There’s a new definition of mixed feelings. It's like learning you’ve earned a two-week stay at a tourist hotel in the Dominican Republic.

… In technology news, two software companies disappeared in the Gartner Magic Quadrant and reappeared on a stage in Vegas. Meanwhile, another research company’s attempt to establish market recognition for a Magic Triangle has failed. … The movie “Yesterday” is about a world in each everybody but one musician has forgot about the Beatles. That’s nothing.  Many fans of the Grateful Dead forgot who the band was years ago.  …  I guess I have been watching the World Cup in Spanish for too long. “What’s that language the announcers are using?” I asked my wife. “It’s English,” she replied. Having the Cup played in France brings a difference in stadium food. The vendors are not throwing peanuts but foie gras and handing out glasses of burgundy. It’s a bit sloppier. It’s clear why some members of the America’s women’s team would reject a visit to the White House. They just don’t like fast food. … We’re not saying anything about the age of the presidential candidates, but AARP was a cosponsor of the last debate. Meanwhile, if  former VP Joe Biden loses,  he’s expected to author a book called “With Friends Like These” about his experiences in the Senate. Milk companies are trying to help the public identify the dems by putting candidates’ faces on milk cartons.

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