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Equine Rapes and Scouting Tapes

Justin March 19, 2011 0

President Obama got a lot of criticism for filling out his NCAA brackets on TV this week.  He’s busy, so I’ll fire back for him. The less serious round of complaints came from people

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Class Notes, Classless Coaches and Classic Heroes

Justin March 12, 2011 1

As I’ve mentioned many times before, I am a proud graduate of Boston University. (America East Champs. GO BU!) That degree has provided me with a lot over the years. First and foremost, it

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Carson’s Cups, Football Felons and Dog Drags

Justin March 5, 2011 0

I think we can all agree that I would be an excellent talk show guest. Let’s be realistic, though. I know I’m not going to be the first guest. I don’t think a show

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No Words, No Money and… NO WAY!

Justin February 26, 2011 0

I wrote this whole thing backwards this week. I started with Point After and worked my way up. As a result, this intro is actually the last thing I’m writing. Why? I thought the

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Old Gum, Old Bias and Old Crashes

Justin February 18, 2011 0

Unlike most of the world, I do not do the majority of my magazine reading while in the bathroom. As I’ve said before, my magazine reading is done while on an eliptical machine at

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New Words, New Saviors and New Perspectives

Justin February 11, 2011 1

Readers, do you remember Snigglets? They’re “words that aren’t in the dictionary, but should be.” It was a comedy bit that Rich Hall turned into an empire of TV appearances and multiple books. Sort

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Stealing Hackers, Steelers/Packers and Pretense Lackers

Justin February 4, 2011 2

And now, a moderate annoyance, written in the style of a 1940’s  crime noir story. (Why 1940’s crime noir? Fuck You. That’s why.) The wind blew cold off the icy Gotham street, as I

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Old News, Old Friends and One Old White Rapper

Justin January 29, 2011 1

Yesterday was the 25th anniversary of the Challenger explosion. I’ve always looked at that event as a major influence in making me the person I am today. It’s the first news event I remember,

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Bad TV, Bad Behavior and Bad Reading

Justin January 22, 2011 0

As much as I like MSNBC, MSNBC sucks. This is not a political statement. I’m a super liberal upper crust New York Jew stricken with social guilt and an irrational fear of guns. I’m

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Same Old Same Old

Justin January 19, 2011 0

Hello, Internet. I’d like to start this week with a gigantic I TOLD YOU SO! But, I’ll admit, even I was shocked by how quickly homeless Ted Williams spiraled from overnight sensation to cautionary

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