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Posted on 14. Jan, 2011 by .

 
Seinfeld in my everyday life…

For some reason Seinfeld reruns air four times a day in Atlanta on TBS and Peachtree TV.  For some reason I decide to record each one of them and watch.  For some reason I laugh my head off at each show even though I have seen then them all multiple times.  And for some reason […]


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Posted on 03. Jan, 2011 by .

 
You Can Buy ANYTHING On The Internet

The saying always goes, “You can buy anything on the internet, even the kitchen sink.”  Being a regular user of the World Wide Web and an addicted shopper on ebay, I agree with that statement.  Luckily, I haven’t become a compulsive shopper all over the internet, as that could get quite dangerous.  Almost unfair how […]


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Posted on 31. Dec, 2010 by .

 
Sad to see 2010 go, but Happy New Year!

As a sports fan, I will be sad to see 2010 go.  In most years I feel I end up disappointed by outcomes of my favorite teams, but this year is an exception to the rule. The Cincinnati Reds appeared in the playoffs for the first time since 1995 allowing October Baseball to extend to […]


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Posted on 21. Dec, 2010 by .

 
The Fighter: Homer Bailey or Christian Bale?

I went to the movies the other night (surprise, surprise) to see the new movie The Fighter.  I knew it was up for quite a few awards so that made it a must for me to see right away. I also enjoy Mark Wahlberg, Christian Bale and Amy Adams who are the three main stars […]


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Posted on 21. Nov, 2010 by .

 
Gold Glove Awards Mean Nothing

When gathering with buddies the other night, we were discussing the announcement of the National League Most Valuable Player (MVP) Award to be announced tomorrow and the possibility of Joey Votto of the Cincinnati Reds winning the award.  Being a homegrown product, and dealing with him while I working for the Dayton Dragons, I think […]


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Posted on 17. Nov, 2010 by .

 
Am I at a Nationals game or Walgreens drive thru?

For as long as I can remember, I have also been a “uniform” guy.  Not that I like to wear one, but I enjoy and understand the role they play in athletics.  They are a big marketing tool for a franchise to stand out above the rest, and can also be a very large money […]


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Posted on 04. Nov, 2010 by .

 
Owltown Baseball Card Shop

I am very fortunate that to have some great friends.  Our close group has been together for years, dating back from when we were kids, attending some of the same summer camps, and then high school.  There has been some distance in the group starting with college, but we have stayed in great contact and […]


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Posted on 29. Oct, 2010 by .

 
A unique autograph

To every sports fan, adding an autograph to your collection can be a big deal.  It is gotten to be such a big deal, that sports memorabilia has become a billion dollar industry.  To think that some athletes get paid money to sign their name on an item is crazy. I do have great memories […]


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Posted on 18. Oct, 2010 by .

 
Texas Ranger Mitch Moreland, the Pitcher

While watching a Major League Baseball game with my buddies it is common practice for them to ask me lots of questions about certain teams or players.  Their reasoning is to try to stump me with their inquiry as they are nowhere near as interested in the game as I am. The funny part is […]


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Posted on 11. Oct, 2010 by .

 
Today, I am Happy to be a Cincinnati Reds Fan

I waited 15 years for that?  Yep, and I would not trade any of it for anything in the world.  I watched exactly three hours of baseball in Great American Ballpark and the season for the Cincinnati Reds came to a close.  I swore I was sitting back in Riverfront Stadium in 1999 watching Al […]


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