The Nets' Richard Jefferson is most likely out for the season with a ruptured ligament in his left wrist. Even if the Nets manage to make the playoffs it looks like their hopes for an NBA Championship are on hold until next season. With no NHL this season, the Nets doomed and spring training over a month away, New Jersey sports fans should turn their attention to the Rutgers women's basketball team. After upsetting three nationally ranked teams over an eight-day stretch Rutgers moved up to number 4 in the AP Poll. Last night they continued their six game winning streak with a victory over Pitt.
It looks like doctors' offices and pharmacies will continue to stay busy as the local weather continues its roller coaster ride this winter. The National Weather Service website shows a high of 62 degrees on Thursday then a low of 25 degrees on Friday. That's just stupid.
Tonight is the International Children's Art Exhibition at the elementary school. Click here for more info (last item).
From the New York Daily News:
Wall Street will be watching the New Jersey governor's race carefully this year. Should Sen. Jon Corzine win, it could lead to a 2008 bid for the White House. (Bill Clinton and President Bush were both governors before becoming President.) "He'd gain executive experience, he knows the legislature, he's a Democrat." Best of all, says our Street source, the former co-chairman of Goldman Sachs "is pro-business. What's not to like?" ...
Interesting, no? A bearded president? Not since Benjamin Harrison in 1893.
I hope this test isn't as hard as Bishop Gordon's:
From: "AHHerald Forums"
To: Tim Hill
Subject: Welcome to AHHerald Forums
Date: Wed, 12 Jan 2005 21:16:36 +0000
Your username is: ahmuse, and your password is XXXXXXX
Your account must first be approved before you may use your account. You will receive another email shortly informing you of the admin's decision.
The AHHerald Forums Team.
30 minutes later...still no word on the admin's decision. I didn't know a background check was required to read/post comments on the town forum. I feel like a total failure.
Oh, btw, we stopped looking for WMDs. Last month. News to me (and everyone else).