Didn't see single guys around for some reason, perhaps we weren't at the same synagogues for whatever reason.
Eventually, I will make it to Skokie, which is the new "Lakeview" as I no longer will go there. Suffice it to say that their version of Modern Orthodoxy and mine are quite different.
Too bad shabat couldn't end at 9 pm last night. That Cub finale was a disaster. I haven't seen a team fold like that in the playoffs. I know that the Padres got swept by the Cards two years ago, but the Padres were an inferior team. The Cubs at least had some experience. It's too bad that MLB can't revoke their license for a year. I would revoke the Cubs and Pirates' licenses for a year as both teams are big losers and show no signs of winning. It would even the number of teams in the leagues, as the AL has fourteen and the NL would have fourteen. For all Cub fans or Chicagoans who would say, but we wouldn't have baseball, my response is simple: go to 35th and Shields and watch the White Sox, who won two years ago.
Hey the Northwestern Wildcats and Illini won football games yesterday so at least we have decent college football teams. Speaking of College football, I think Appy. State got upstaged, at least for a week. Stanford went into the LA Coliseum as a 41-point underdog, and beat USC, 24-23. Student Body Left and Heisman U took it on the chin last night. Guess Cal or Oregon could win the Pac-10, which is good news for Pac-10 fans outside of LA.