Monthly Archives: July 2010

Annoying things people do on Twitter

Hello, I’ve swirled around some ideas for my next post and this one’s a tiny rant. To the people of Twitter, I love you. I love our conversations about weird horror, wrestling, MMA & my Phillies. A few of you … Continue reading

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Rizzoli & Isles

I know this is late, but I thought I would give my opinion now on the new show Rizzoli & Isles. So I watched the pilot last night. There are some things I like about it. To begin with, it … Continue reading

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Instant Replay

So I heard Jayson Stark this morning on Mike & Mike in the morning. They asked him about Instant Replay in baseball. Jayson Stark brought up his last conversation with Bud Selig where he asked him where they were on … Continue reading

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Fort Worth Cats

Good morning. So on Saturday, I took my nephew to go see the Fort Worth Cats. You see, I grew up in Arlington (home of the Rangers) and love baseball. You can pay through the nose to see the Rangers … Continue reading

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Capt. Phil Harris (1956-2010)

First of all, I would like to wish my sincerest condolences to the family and friends of Capt. Phil Harris. I have enjoyed the Deadliest Catch for a few years now. I admired Phil’s heart and his dedication. Though I … Continue reading

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The Glades

Hi, everybody. We’ve had a few debuts over the past few days. The new show I wanted to do was A&E’s The Glades. A&E is not known for their scripted drama, though they’ve had some good, if not great, shows … Continue reading

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Jesse Jackson

I would take my time to rip Rev. Jesse Jackson, but honestly there is a writer who ripped him a new one with more class & professionalism than I ever could. This is an article by Jason Whitlock of Fox … Continue reading

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