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A Bad Sport, A Bad Pitcher and A Great Sandwich Recipe

Justin August 22, 2011 0

It’s college football preview issue week! I don’t like college football. Sports Illustrated put out a series of regional covers this week. Stanford, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and the one I received, Alabama. How am I in

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Reader Words, Red Sox Turds and Football Nerds

Justin August 13, 2011 1

I would like to start this week with a quick message to our nation’s homeless population. Hello, homeless population. Thank you for stopping by our website while trolling for illicit pornography on the computers

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Cuban Revolutionaries, Palestinian Players and American Heroes

Justin August 5, 2011 0

Chuck Knoblauch is following me on twitter. I was initially very excited when I received the email informing me of that fact. Then I looked at his account and realized he’s following thousands of people. He

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Polos, Ponzis and Pirates

Justin July 30, 2011 0

Has the average male arm somehow gotten shorter in the past few years? That’s the only possible explanation for why the sleeves on polo shirts have all of a sudden became smaller. For the

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Heat Waves, Soccer Babes and Unmarked Graves

Justin July 24, 2011 0

And there I sat, sweltering. It was 8:30 Friday morning and the mercury had already risen past 90 degrees.  Fresh out of the shower, but already sweating,  I knew enough to put off getting

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A Real Beatle, A Noble Colt And A Fake Tiger

Justin July 16, 2011 0

Here’s the thing about a Paul McCartney concert.  It doesn’t matter. For me, at least, the experience was made the second Sir Paul strummed his first note on stage. At that point, he could

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Strange Calls, Different Ideas and Weird Al

Justin July 9, 2011 4

I spend a lot of time listening to sports talk radio. And when I’m not listening, I’m usually watching it. (Thanks to Time Warner Cable in NYC, I can literally watch nothing but simulcasts of sports

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Fires, Liars and Rock and Roll Skyers

Justin July 2, 2011 0

This is one of those “only in New York” moments. On Friday morning, at around 10:15, I was walking West on 86th street, towards 3rd avenue. It was already hot out, probably in the

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A Sub, Some Clubs and The Hub

Justin June 27, 2011 0

As regular* readers know, I was out of town this past week. On that note, congratulations to Beltway Buddy, who guessed, “the train ride home on Day 5,”  as the answer to our recent

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Amish Living, Credit Giving and Little League Fibbing

Justin June 17, 2011 0

I like the show, “In Plain Sight,” on USA. Mary McCormack plays a perpetually angry US Marshall who oversees people in the witness protection agency. Her partner’s name is Marshall, which means he is

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