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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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The Crackle Wonders: Connell McShane

The Crackle Wonders: Connell McShane

Justin February 3, 2010 0

You may have noticed that the Superbowl has become very commercialized. IT’S TRUE! If you want to read about the ins and outs of the Saints and the Colts, the internet has plenty of

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An Open Letter To Sports Illustrated

An Open Letter To Sports Illustrated

Justin January 5, 2010 0

Dear Sports Illustrated, Let me start with the positives. Your magazine is top notch. It consistently has great reporting and exceptional writing.  People like Gary Smith and Joe Posnanski are among the most talented

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