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Frozen Toes, Cooling Interest and Lukewarm Impressions

Justin December 11, 2010 0

I went to a taping of the Daily Show with Jon Stewart this week.  How was it? That’s nice of you to ask, best case scenario of an imagined generic reader. I’ll tell you

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Holidays, Heroes and Hockey Goals

Justin December 4, 2010 0

Have you finished your holiday shopping yet? I have.  I also haven’t started yet. One of the benefits of being both Jewish* and single** is that I don’t have to buy shit for anyone.

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Questions, Conundrums and A Lesson On How To Live

Justin November 27, 2010 0

What Continent is the Middle East in? Look at a map. Is it Africa?  Is it Asia? Is it Europe? Most people just consider it a stand alone region. But it must be on

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College Ball, College Buddies and College Grads

Justin November 20, 2010 0

So, Justin, you’ve made no secret about the fact that you don’t like college football very much. But, what are your feelings on college basketball? Well, hypothetical reader posing strangely appropriate questions, I enjoy

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REM, BCS and An X At The End

Justin November 13, 2010 0

I have excellent taste in music. It spans genres and generations. It’s eclectic (which is a fancy way of saying it spans genres and generations.) It’s something I take quite a bit of pride

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Missing Mags, Maddening Motivations and Mormony Mormons

Justin November 6, 2010 0

We’re doing things a little bit differently this week. Ordinarily, I sit and write these reviews with a paper copy of Sports Illustrated sitting right next to me at my desk. That way, I

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Headaches, Horseshit and Harlem Globetrotters

Justin October 31, 2010 0

I’m a slave to routine. I wake up at the exact same time every morning.  I go to the gym, shower, eat breakfast and leave for work at exactly the same time. It’s the

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Fantasy Teams, Fantasy Worlds and Fantasies Shattered

Justin October 23, 2010 1

I don’t know if I’m comfortable living in a world where Nenad Krstic can be on the cover of Sports Illustrated. But at least I can identify him without having to read the caption.

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Good Books, Bad Jobs and Terrible Language

Justin October 9, 2010 1

First of all, I’d like to thank Michael Weinreb for filling in last week. He did a great job and I’m not too proud to say I may steal some of the ideas he

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“I’m Sending My Rooster to College”: A Guest Reviewer Joins SCP

Justin September 30, 2010 0

ED NOTE: My tour of Nuptials continues on for yet another week (Good luck Ethan and Amy and Kim and Guy. ((those are two separate couples who held two separate weddings, not one wacky

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