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|3 weeks 4 days ago||Name recognition||
I hope MSU coach Mike Cornholio will get over this terrible terrible mistake by ESPN.
|3 weeks 5 days ago||Fissures||
There's certainly disconnect between Al's "we want to win this year" comment and last week's fire sale. So how was the fire sale conducted without the consent of Mr. I.? Is there a sharp difference of opinion between father and children? I'd say if they win the series against KC, they could make some moves to shore up the bullpen by trolling the waiver wire. Edwin Jackson and Clayton Richard don't make me droool, but my God, they'd be better than Sean Greene.
|6 weeks 4 days ago||Adam's rib||
I wonder how much searching would be needed to find a Rittenberg tweet blasting somebody for not being authentic. A platform+short memories+somebody who would bitch at a cloud=Twitter gold.
|6 weeks 6 days ago||Bill is back!||
|7 weeks 3 days ago||Technology||
As long as Hackett keeps doing what he's doing, I don't give a damn if he straps a sundial to his wrist.
|11 weeks 2 days ago||Scouting report||
I have asked for a scouting report on Victor. My nephew is a starting WR/kick returner on that Norco team.
|11 weeks 3 days ago||If you will||
Dusty was arguably the best promo guy in the history of wrestling. To the clueless who are writing some of his obit stories, he was NOT primarily known for the polka dot gimmick. He went along with that grudgingly. He really was the son of a plumber, and the feud with Ric Flair was the wrestling equivalent of the Ali-Frazier rivalry. Rest in peace, Big Dust.
|14 weeks 5 days ago||#27||
I grew up near South Haven, and when Don Moorhead became the quarterback, that got it started (as an 11-year-old).
Then, two games cinched the deal.
Game #1: The debacle at Columbus where Woody went for two because he couldn't go for three. My old man hit the roof and took the occasion to explain to me why Wayne Woodrow's deed violated all bounds of sportsmanship. Hearing Ufer's outrage on the radio only added fuel to the fire.
Game #2: The Game the following year, which we all know about, and where our hometown boy played a key role.
|15 weeks 2 days ago||Six strings down||
Saw B.B. twice over the years in two great venues (the State in Kalamazoo and the Egyptian Theater in DeKalb, Ill.). They were both tremendous shows.
|16 weeks 2 days ago||Heir apparent||
Blashill is ready for prime time.
|16 weeks 4 days ago||CV||
Dang near 60
Director for business-to-business media firm
WMU, then seminary graduate
Most M thing: On my last night working at a newspaper in Minnesota, I brought in a boom box and played a Bob Ufer casette tape. Instead of being hacked off, that room full of Gopher and Badger fans stopped what they were doing and gathered around my desk to enjoy the show. Ol' Ufe absolutely mesmerized them.
|17 weeks 3 days ago||And it's also easy ....||
...when you can go to a school and major in whittlin' and spittin'.
|18 weeks 2 days ago||Facial expression||
The president looks like someone has just handed him a lukewarm turd.
|19 weeks 2 days ago||Not quote the gold standard||
This is mere media arrogance. It doesn't rise to the classic level of Jim Cornette at the Dairy Queen drive-through. That's the gold standard of customer service mishap videos.
|19 weeks 4 days ago||Silence is golden||
JH has said his piece. He should decline the invitation to engage in agitprop.
|19 weeks 5 days ago||Spicy||
One of my generic names for any dog is "Puppers." A slight adjustment makes it "Peppers."
|20 weeks 3 days ago||Good for coach||
It is long past time to fight back against the "heckler's veto" that is such a threat to freedom of expression, especially on college campuses. How sad that the mere announcement that someone wants to give a lecture or speak at a commencement engenders the response of ,"we must not let them speak." How about this for a strategy: if you don't like the speech of someone, try to come up with better speech yourself. But don't attempt to silence them. Recommended reading on this: "Free Speech For Me But Not For Thee," by Nat Hentoff.
|21 weeks 2 days ago||Nevermind||
.....just saw it! MGoStore never fails.
|21 weeks 2 days ago||T-shirts||
I'd love to find a t-shirt with the big letters and the pepper logo. But the Kings' fan store only has one with the tiny reproduction of the closed captioning. Could this be a job for MGoStore?
|22 weeks 4 days ago||My vote goes to ...||
Swindly Lint. Sounds like something out of Terry Pratchett's Discworld, perhaps the archnemesis of Moist von Lipwig in "Going Postal" and "Making Money."
|23 weeks 6 days ago||Rebranding||
It would be more accurate to rename this tournament the SOL.
|28 weeks 1 day ago||A bagel...||
...Is a disgusting lump of dough. Toasting doesn't even make one palatable.
Then there's donuts. They are bagels, with a hole punched in the middle with additional globs of sugar and fat.
|28 weeks 2 days ago||Three seasons||
Summer movies are unwatchable. "Man of Steel" cured me from seeing another one ever again.
|28 weeks 2 days ago||Rhymin' about rhymin'||
Rap is crap.
|28 weeks 4 days ago||Silencio||
You can write it.
But we won't sing it.
|28 weeks 4 days ago||The new orthodoxy||
"Political correctness" is morphing into the new orthodoxy. This is a prime (if Onionesque) example.
Why a new song? Simple:
--"Victors" means somebody has to lose. Can't have that.
--"Conquering" conjures up memories of the Crusades or territorial ambition. Can't have that.
--"Heroes" are people who have achieved a certain height or stature, which is demeaning to those "beneath" them. Can't have that.
--"Leaders" is a term of the modern era, and must be replaced by a term that more accurately refers to a postmodern, non-hierarchical scheme of human relationships.
And by all means, get rid of the term "fight song."
|29 weeks 2 days ago||Consequences||
If you shake hands with the devil, you'll get burned.
|31 weeks 1 day ago||Top of the heap||
#14 was such a hero to me growing up that I'd attempt to imitate his batting stance, right down to the finger wiggling. Ernie was pure class and an immense talent. Getting to see him (and Ronnie and Billy) a few times was such a treat.
|33 weeks 1 day ago||Schooled||
Wily old coach taught a lesson to son of wily old coach. Beilein's worth his weight in gold. Minesota acted as if they were surprised to see the 1-3-1, and they just might have been.
|33 weeks 3 days ago||When in Rome||
The only time I have ever rooted for the Buckeyes was in the national championship game against Miami. Rationale: they were playing a bunch of criminals. More fool me to use that reasoning to cheer for a team that was led by Maurice Clarett.
And besides, I will be in Portland on business Monday. One more reason to join the party and support the Ducks for one night..