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Posted on 22. Oct, 2014 by .

 
Clash of Clans Almost Defeats KC Royals

For the past year I have been hooked on watching the ESPN show Oberlmann.  Hosted by Keith Olbermann, this show is a great mixture of rants, highlights, opinions, comedy, sermons, information and fun.  I look forward to watching the show daily to see what Keith and the writers come up with. Usually the stories and […]


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Posted on 10. Oct, 2014 by .

 
League Championship Series…Hats?!?!?

Excitement is in the air as the League Championship Series kicks off today in the American League featuring Baltimore against Kansas City in the best of 7.  I highly doubt anyone had these two facing each other in their office polls back in Spring Training. I give the same answer anytime someone asks me who […]


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Posted on 08. Oct, 2014 by .

 
MLB Pace of Play Issue

Recent conversation throughout Major League Baseball and the fan base around the world has been directed towards pace of play.  Baseball commissioner Bud Selig has established a ‘Pace of Game Committee’ last month to discuss this issue and how to change in games. The facts are there, the average time of nine-inning games in the […]


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Posted on 02. Oct, 2014 by .

 
Don’t Call it a Comeback…

I am not exactly sure when the magical switch happened, but I have always enjoyed writing.  Been told by many that I am not half bad, and people enjoy reading what I put down on paper. I truly enjoy the creativity and freedom of writing.  I can admit my weak spot is grammar and sentence […]


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Posted on 08. Feb, 2013 by .

 
School Shooting Hit Close to Home

It is really starting to become “old hat.”  I am incredibly tired of seeing news notifications appear on the top of my Ipad informing me of another school shooting in this country.  I will promise you now, this article will not turn political or discuss gun control, that is not my style. Since that issue […]


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Posted on 16. Jan, 2013 by .

 
The Bobblehead Museum

It is not often that it is acceptable to stare at an “oversized head compared to its body size.”  But when the subject in question is a bobblehead doll, it is perfectly normal. The modern bobblehead, also known as wobbler, nodder or bobbing head doll, first appeared in the 1950’s.  The oversized head is usually […]


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Posted on 12. Jan, 2013 by .

 
Hulkamania runs wild!!

Growing up I was a “Hulkamaniac.”  I jumped off the arm of the couch and pretended it was the top rope of a wrestling ring.  I had a foam two-by-four and dreamed that one day I would marry Miss Elizabeth.  Like many kids, I loved to watch the WWF (World Wrestling Federation) and never bothered […]


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Posted on 10. May, 2012 by .

 
2012 New Orleans Jazz Fest

Having not been to New Orleans since I was on the basketball staff at the University of Cincinnati when took on Tulane in 2004, I was very much looking forward to returning to the Big Easy.  I was going for a long weekend, with the major reason for my trip being to attend New Orleans […]


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Posted on 22. Feb, 2012 by .

 
Georgia Tech Basketball Rebuilding For Sure

Last night I had the privilege of sitting courtside to watch the Clemson Tigers and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.  After watching my second live 40 minutes of Tech basketball, added with the other numerous minutes I have seen on TV, I am beginning to feel sorry for Head Basketball Coach Brian Gregory.  He just […]


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Posted on 20. Feb, 2012 by .

 
Luther Williams Field, Macon, Georgia

Over the weekend I got to spend a day at Luther Williams Baseball Field in Macon, Georgia.  Many of you are probably wondering why this is something that would excite me and cause me to share thoughts and pictures about it.  Luther Williams Field just happens to be the second oldest ball field in the […]


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