Apr 17

The Ultimate Fighter: Penn vs Edgar

Ok, I’m going to be honest with you. I love me TUF. But the irritating thing is the people they pick, they miss quite a lot of fighters that deserve a shot at TUF. You want to know why the show isn’t putting out guys like it was?  The biggest reason is most of those …

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Apr 17

MLB RT 17 April 2014

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MLB RT 16 APRIL 2014   1. What player has surprised you the most through the first 13 games of this young season?                           ARCHIE:  There are actually two that really hit home for me on this nature. The first is Justin Upton. …

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Apr 16

WTF… April 16, 2014

    On Thursday (4/10) there was a story in the NYDN about an Illinois lawsuit that was settled for $355,000 in legal fees and punishment costs. Now let me say a word or two about that word I just used: punishment. That’s my word. The newspaper article said settlement costs. But, I think that, …

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Apr 16

Who Dunnit? Game of Thrones!

Who Shot JR? Who cares? Who killed the little bastard! Joffery, one of the greatest villians since – Hell, who is better than Joffery? I come to Westeros every Sunday just waiting to watch than  this dude. Someone killed him, and did it far too painlessly. So our Game of Thrones fans- David and EJ, …

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Apr 15

NBA RT: 4/15 Edition

Today in the Roundtable, we talk overachieving,  underachieving,  who was the best and worst free agent signing, and how would you grade the Joe Dumars era in Detroit. 1. Most Overachieving Team? David: I’m going with Phoenix. Charlotte being a close second. How the Suns came so close to making the playoffs, when they probably would be …

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Apr 15

The Top 15 Arenas in College Basketball

The Top 15 Arenas in College Basketball by Jon Pease This one is about the 15 greatest areas in college basketball. I based my criteria on the history, atmosphere on game day and overall “coolness” of the arenas. The ones with the best blend of the criteria made my list. So without further ado, I …

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Apr 15

Explination of our Tax System

Suppose that every day, ten men go out for beer and the bill for all ten comes to $100. If they paid their bill the way we pay our taxes, it would go  something like this: The first four men (the poorest) would pay nothing. The fifth would pay $1. The sixth would pay $3. …

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Apr 14

Musings From the Bench

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“Tis the season to be sneezin’ In between the colds of winter and the colds of summer is what the medical community calls allergy season. For me the itchy, watery eyes, headache, runny nose and post nasal drip begins as soon as buds appear on the trees and the grass wakes up. Now in the …

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Apr 13

Puppet Master: Series Wrap-up

This is a B-movie serial, and you have to grade it on a curve, of course. But looking back on the series, all I keep seeing is wasted potential. You have a set of dolls, who can act independently or as a team, and in some movies all the movie cares about is the humans. …

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Apr 11

The Blog About Nothing 4/11 Edition

What up world? This is EJ and I’m back with another edition of The Blog About Nothing. April is rolling on nicely, but you’re boy is still not 100 percent. Bronchitis is a mother and I hate it, I hate it with a passion. Not letting it keep me down though. I got to keep …

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Apr 10

American Werewolf in Paris

One movie I have always liked growing up is American Werewolf in London. The effects don’t hold up, but the acting is better than average and the story just keeps moving along, and it even has a bit of a moral question: would you die so other innocent people could rest in peace, or stay …

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Apr 09

WTF… April 9, 2014

News item: Letterman to retire…   (Editorial cartoon is by Bramhall via the NYDN.) 1) On Friday (4/4) I caught an article from NYDN’s online edition about a Texas driver who cheated death… not only cheated death for himself but also for his two kids and another adult who were with him. How? Well, seems …

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