The Morning Heat Pack 04/29/2020

New York State

Pandemic Exposes Loopholes in New York’s Whistleblower Law

Lawmakers Want 30-Day Limit On Prescriptions Extended During Pandemic

94-Year-Old Holocaust Survivor Released from Coronavirus Quarantine


32 NFL Players Most Likely to be Traded or Cut

Five-Star PG Daishen Nix Decommits from UCLA to Join G League

Steve Kerr Says League-Worst Warriors ‘in offseason mode’

Pittsburgh Pirates Temporarily Suspend Retirement Benefits

WR Tarik Black to Transfer from Michigan to Texas

Jameis Winston Is Set to Become the Saints’ New Drew Brees Insurance Plan


President Trump May Tie Pandemic Aid To Sanctuary City Policies

Satellite Images of Luxury Boats are Latest Sign Kim Jong Un Could be at Resort

Why Disney World Might have a Harder Time Reopening than Disneyland

CDC Extends Coronavirus Social-Distancing Guidelines to Pets


Disney Mocked for Social Media Fail with #MayThe4th Tweets

Ahsoka Tano Was Nearly in ‘Attack of the Clones’, According to Dave Filoni

When Theme Parks May Reopen

The Recommendation Section

Even with the amount of time many of us have on our hands right now, the sheer volume of content available can be overwhelming. How is anyone supposed to know what to watch, listen to, or even (gasp) read?

Worry no more, us noble, humble curators of content at The Reference Section, are here to help.

Thomas: Dark Matter a novel by Blake Crouch

Dark Matter is a Sci-Fi thriller that starts relatively show, but quickly ricochets into an unrelenting pace. Once things start to take off, it grips you and never lets you go again.

The story follows Jason Dresden, an average physics professor, working at an average university in Chicago. Despite his (relative) professional mediocrity, he is extremely happy. He has an amazing relationship with his wife and son, and genuinely loves his job.

So, what happens when he wakes up and finds himself in a Chicago, almost identical to the one he knows and loves, with some notable exceptions. He is now one of the most successful scientists in the world, but he no longer has his family.

What distinguishes Dark Matter from the millions of other stories like it are that Jason immediately wants his original life back, and will go to whatever lengths to do so.

The entire novel is very good, with a moderately interesting take on a common story, but in the third act, Crouch adds a twist that takes the entire book from very good, to excellent.

Mike: It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (Streaming on Hulu)

Created by Rob McElhenney Sunny premiered all the way back in 2005 and is still running today, fifteen years and three Presidents later. Starring McElhenney as Mac, Charlie Day as Charlie, Glenn Howerton Dennis Reynolds and Kaitlin Olsen as Deandra “Sweet Dee” Reynolds, the show follows the many misadventures of a group of degenerates, and their father/friend Frank Reynolds (Danny DeVito) in the city of Philadelphia.

This is the type of show it is easy to get lost in, but it is also perfect for casual watching too. If you’re in need of a quick laugh, throw on a random episode.

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