Back at the beginning of April, I started taking screenshots of the reports on covid19.healthdata.org. Here’s how things progressed:
The expression dates back to the early 19th century, used for the frisky, energetic movements of a horse when it has a belly full of oats. The earliest example recorded by the Oxford English Dictionary comes from the Boston Transcript in 1831: “Whether the pony felt his oats…he took a frightful canter.”Wall Street Journal
Remastered in HD. Love seeing the classic conditions with slow greens and natural fairways.
This is good advice. If we both reach our arms and we can touch, we’re too close.
He even says Detroit mostly right.