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Music Poor, Laker Lure and Connect Four

Music Poor, Laker Lure and Connect Four

Justin February 24, 2013 0

I have Johnny Cash on my Ipod, but it’s only there so I’ll look cool if anyone ever looks at my music library. In reality, I skip Johnny Cash every time one of his

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Internet Dates, All Time Greats and Russian Fates

Internet Dates, All Time Greats and Russian Fates

Justin February 18, 2013 0

“Can I tell her to look at your website?” That’s what my friend asked me, after telling me she had a woman who she wanted to set me up with. I said yes. Was

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Glorious Headgear, Glaring Error and TOO MUCH FOOTBALL

Glorious Headgear, Glaring Error and TOO MUCH FOOTBALL

Justin February 10, 2013 1

Internet, I know what you’re thinking. “Boy, Justin, you are really something special.  The only thing that could make you better would be a customized teal Nike tennis bandanna.” Well, guess what! And I know

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My Month of 960 Pages

My Month of 960 Pages

Justin February 9, 2013 0

Here’s some more writing about reading. This month, we try to recapture the spirit of a master and then read a book about the guy that they based the movie, “The Master” on.  

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Musical Noise, Preternatural Poise and Athletes’ Boys

Musical Noise, Preternatural Poise and Athletes’ Boys

Justin February 4, 2013 0

Thank god that’s over. Two weeks between playoff rounds is a long time.  It gives the media covering the Super Bowl time to get creative with the angles they want to highlight, then beat

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Open Laces, Open Secrets and Aussie Opens

Open Laces, Open Secrets and Aussie Opens

Justin January 28, 2013 0

“Time to go to work,” I thought, as I left my apartment one morning last week. The walk to the subway is 3 blocks up and two blocks over. It takes about five minutes.

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Banana Sales, Red Sox Fails and Veteran Tales

Banana Sales, Red Sox Fails and Veteran Tales

Justin January 19, 2013 0

One of the great joys of living in the same neighborhood for over a decade is that you start to build genuine relationships with the people around you. I love that the Dry Cleaner

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The Pablo Zabaleta cake gets two thumbs up

The Pablo Zabaleta cake gets two thumbs up

King Ing January 17, 2013 0

It’s been a while since we featured an athlete cake on the site, but thanks to Pablo Zabaleta‘s girlfriend we have to wait no longer. Looks kind of small. Carlos Tevez can finish that

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Great Mix, Bad Picks and Why Not Trix?

Great Mix, Bad Picks and Why Not Trix?

Justin January 14, 2013 1

As many readers already know, last week, I read Rob Sheffield’s memoir “Love Is A Mixtape.” The book got me thinking. Not about life or death or love or marriage. It got me thinking

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My Month Of 768 Pages

My Month Of 768 Pages

Justin January 7, 2013 0

Someone once came into my apartment, looked at my bookshelf and said, “Why don’t you read a book about something other than sports, politics or music for once?” And for a minute I felt

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