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The Big Sidekick and Boring Science

The Big Sidekick and Boring Science

King Ing May 15, 2010 0

Justin again somehow got chosen to be the best man at a wedding, fortunately we have John from 200 Miles from the Citi to fill the void. (If you like the Mets and you

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The Good, The Bad and The ‘Burgh

The Good, The Bad and The ‘Burgh

Justin May 7, 2010 0

It’s been a strange week here at SCP Central. On Tuesday evening, I saw Mike Tyson on a New York City street corner. At one point, I was about 6 inches from him. Silly

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Group Stuff, Foursomes and One Big Gay Dude

Group Stuff, Foursomes and One Big Gay Dude

Justin May 1, 2010 0

Let’s harken back to the olden days, all the way back to a time when an ice cream sundae represented a fun treat to me, and not, as it does now, a moment of

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Skipping Class and Playing Video Games

Skipping Class and Playing Video Games

Justin April 24, 2010 1

Was there a second secret NCAA championship game Monday night?  Did the world decide the Butler story was so great that it had to end with them winning a national title, so they replayed

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Of The Last Next Big Thing and The New One

Of The Last Next Big Thing and The New One

Justin April 17, 2010 1

We start this week with some reader feedback. Marcus responded to my complaints about SI arriving last last week with this comment: The SI’s always a day late on NCAA title week, because the

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Black Dongs, FanGraphs and Lyrical Gymnastics

Black Dongs, FanGraphs and Lyrical Gymnastics

Justin April 10, 2010 2

Before we jump into this week’s review, a quick message to the good folks at Time, inc. My Sports Illustrated arrived late this week, and that throws of my schedule. I am a loyal

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Where Did Pete’s Readership Go?

Where Did Pete’s Readership Go?

California Correspondent April 5, 2010 1

When Pete Abraham blogged for popular Lohud Yankees blog, his pre-game updates and in-game updates were possibly the best around. His posts would get several hundred comments per game — but not any more.

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Workmanlike Efforts and Slave Auctions

Workmanlike Efforts and Slave Auctions

Justin April 3, 2010 0

Today we start a new weekly feature on the ol’ Crackle. I am a subscriber to Sports Illustrated. I read it religiously, half of the articles on Thursday and half on Friday. You may

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The Cubs Are Bringing Up The Rear Again

The Cubs Are Bringing Up The Rear Again

Justin February 11, 2010 0

I am not an expert in magazine layout, but maybe the person responsible for this should have moved Derrek Lee’s head a couple of inches one way or the other

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The Crackle Wonders: Michele Steele

The Crackle Wonders: Michele Steele

Justin February 8, 2010 3

Peter King plays Monday morning quarterback. So, let’s play Monday morning CEO. For that, we are joined by Michele Steele. She’s a reporter for Bloomberg TV, focusing on media and sports business (and she

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