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The Crackle Recommends

Justin July 23, 2008 2

I’m back with more things that I think you’ll like.  Don’t forget, this idea originated on McSweeneys, and they do a significantly better job than I do

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The Socio-economic Impact of the Falling Dollar vis-a-vis The NBA’s Southeast Division

Justin July 23, 2008 1

It was one thing when guys like Bochi Nachbar or Carlos Delfino decide to leave the NBA for Europe.  They were bench players in the US who will become starters and stars for new

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How Do I Feel About This?

Justin July 21, 2008 1

Jeremy Shockey is now a former Giant. I’m a Giants fan. I like Shockey. I have absolutely no idea how to react to this news

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T.O.’s Good People

Justin July 21, 2008 1

Who doesn’t enjoy making fun of Terrell Owens? He’s an egomaniac, he’s a terrible teammate, he’s a certifiable nutcase. He’s also, apparently, a genuinely good guy

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The Week of The Also Ran

Justin July 20, 2008 0

Vince Lombardi can suck it

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The Ultimate Pitchman

Justin July 18, 2008 0

One time in college, my roommate and I were at the grocery store.  We walked down the peanut butter aisle and something caught my eye. 

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Nomo: No Less Than A Pioneer

Justin July 18, 2008 2

Hideo Nomo quietly retired yesterday after a 12 year career spent pitching for 7 teams.  His career record was 123-109. His impact was much greater

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Bound For Glory

Justin July 16, 2008 2

While I was watching  the pre-game ceremonies at Yankee Stadium last night, I was struck by a question.  Who uses more Jheri curl, Lou Brock or Don Sutton?  The answer, of course, is Don

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Oh Yeah, This Is Why We Love Sports

Justin July 16, 2008 3

It was five hours of sheer sports perfection. It was a perfect mix of history, celebration and drama.  It was enough to rejuvenate the fan in all of us. It was the 2008 Major

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I’ll Say It Again. Just Go Away!

Justin July 15, 2008 0

Let’s say you have a job.  You quit the job. The job brings someone in to replace you.  Then, you decide you want the job back.  “Sorry dude,” the job says,”We appreciate your contributions,

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