Hey there, how’s your bread starter coming along? I’m told that’s what you do if you blog and you’re at home. Or not, I dunno, what day is it?
Legionnarios en EE.UU (La Nacion): Ulises Segura and Joseph Mora talk about their current D.C. status with their hometown press.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus squad give up $100 million in wages amid coronavirus outbreak (CNN): Hopefully this does some sort of good over there.
Edison Flores asegura no conocer a Mia Khalifa y Sasha Grey (El Popular): Flores used the world’s tallest building as a conversational deflection, proving why he’s D.C. United’s highest-paid player!
Missed this recently but the Washington Nationals have a soccer liker:
Having a little quarantine fun with @CaitlynKreutz. Hey @dcunited let me get a tryout #TPchallenge pic.twitter.com/sTAjcK5eln— Erick Fedde (@ErickFedde) March 20, 2020
And Loudoun United sees progress on their stadium construction:
New bathrooms have arrived for Segra Field #LetsRide | #BeLoud pic.twitter.com/B9cyuxAt5T— Loudoun United FC (@LoudounUnitedFC) March 29, 2020
Finally, with movies coming to streaming services in lieu of theatrical stuff, a note that the older catalog stuff is also making an emergence as well. Such is the case of The Straight Story, a movie about a 73-year-old man who took a riding lawnmower more than 200 miles to see his ailing brother. Based on a true story, the film was directed by David Lynch, it’s devoid of the usual Lynch eccentricity, and is really sweet and beautiful. Hitting Disney+ on Friday, here’s the trailer: