Re-Booting The Rangers

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I recently read somewhere on the internet that a childhood possession of mine is now worth hundreds of dollars, and remember kids, they can’t put anything on the internet that isn’t true. That… Continue reading

Covering Our Bases: How Baseball Became More than a Game

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Tomorrow, I’ll drive home to Nashville and see my parents for the first time since late May. Whatever my mother serves for dinner that night will undoubtedly be the best thing I’ve eaten… Continue reading

Ann Coulter Probably Drinks Newcastle

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We’re back with more anti-World Cup nonsense. From time to time, Grantland’s Andrew Sharp writes a column called #HOTSPORTSTAKES, in which he mocks terrible sportswriting by trying to write the worst possible sports… Continue reading

Let’s Rejoice in the Beautiful Game

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The day the the  2014 Fifa World Cup started, a co-worker asked, in an open forum sort of way, “Why do they only have the World Cup every four years?” Quite unsure of… Continue reading

The Lion King Turns 20.

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Yesterday was Father’s Day, and, just like everyone else, I of course am convinced that my father is the greatest father any human being could ever have. Now, if you’re thinking that this… Continue reading

In Defense of Lebron: The Hypocrisy of American Sports Fans

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When Lebron James hosted the now infamous “Decision” TV special, the world, for what I’m assuming was the first time, stood behind the city of Cleveland, and the Lebron narrative completely spun on… Continue reading

R. Kelly and the Medicine Man: Bonnaroo Explained

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This Thursday, the annual Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival will take place in Manchester, Tennessee. Arguably the biggest and most popular music festival of the summer, Bonnaroo offers a modern day Woodstock for… Continue reading

The Quack Attack is Back, Jack (Sorry)

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I am sorry. To my readers, which at this point since there have been no posts here since November, I assume are basically non-existent, I apologize. I think about this site often, and… Continue reading

My Journey to the Center of The Iron Bowl: Part 3

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We’re 4 days away, and the hype is bubbling over at an alarming rate that I no longer believe I can handle. Last night, I had a dream that Michigan beat Ohio State… Continue reading

My Journey to the Center of The Iron Bowl: Part 2

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We’re five days away folks. On this Monday, I’m stepping off the field to take a look at a few things surrounding the game that will have absolutely not effect on the outcome.… Continue reading