Apr 06

Game of Thrones: House Lannister, Part 1

We continue our Game of Thrones preview. Today we take a look at the People of Kings Landing that are not members of a House- plus the Houses of Tyrell and Arryn. The next two days we will be covering the Lannister House. Lets keep in mind that this is not a full breakdown of everything GOT, …

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Apr 04

Game of Thrones: Kings Landing

We continue our Game of Thrones preview. Today we take a look at the People of Kings Landing that are not members of a House- plus the Houses of Tyrell and Arryn. The next two days we will be covering the Lannister House. Lets keep in mind that this is not a full breakdown of …

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Apr 04

Game of Thrones: Night’s Watch and Beyond The Wall

We continue our Game of Thrones preview. Today we take a look at the White Walkers and the Nights Watch. Lets keep in mind that this is not a full breakdown of everything GOT, but more a primer of what has happened and what you need to know moving forward. (Example, the whole Drago storyline …

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Apr 04

The Blog About Nothing 4/4 Edition

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What up world? This is EJ and I’m back with another edition of The Blog About Nothing. As I mentioned in last week’s blog, I’ve been in a bit of a weird space. I’ve always been an up and down cat, and I’m not saying this shit asking for a hug or as a cry for help, …

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Apr 03

Game of Thrones: Minor Houses

We continue our Game of Thrones preview. Today we take a look at the Minor Houses of the Freys, Bolton, Greyjoys and Tullys. Lets keep in mind that this is not a full breakdown of everything GOT, but more a primer of what has happened and what you need to know moving forward. (Example, the …

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Apr 03

The Slippery Slope of Paying Student-Athletes

  In the New York Daily News on Friday, March 27, 2009, David Zirin has forwarded the idea that the student-athlete — specifically the collegiate players in March Madness, the NCAA tournament to decide the champion of college basketball — should be given a portion of the vast revenues that these amateur athletes produce through …

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Apr 02

Game of Thrones: House Stark

House Stark (Whats left of it) Bran Stark Bran started off Game of Thrones as the able bodied, trouble making 3rd son of Ned Stark (Lady Catelyn’s 2nd son), until he caught Cersei and Jamie getting it on in the tower. Now disabled, and parentless (Damn Lannisters!) Bran has developed the power of greensight and …

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Apr 02

WTF… April 2, 2014

1) On Thursday (3/27) I spied a piece in the NYDN that said Self magazine editor-in-chief Lucy Danziger apologized after a recent issue of the mag mocked Monika Allen, a brain cancer survivor.  Danziger told news sources that she was “… personally mortified (and she) had no idea that Monika had been through cancer. It …

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Apr 01

The Oakland Raiders sign another former 49er, add Carlos Rogers

General manager Reggie McKenzie continued the Oakland Raiders offseason makeover when he signed cornerback Carlos Rogers to a one year contract on Monday. Financial terms of the contract were not disclosed. Rogers, who will be 33 when next season starts, is the second former San Francisco 49er the team has signed since free agency started …

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Apr 01

How I met your Mother: Finale

After 9 long years, over 200 episodes, and a whole lot of tangents and laughs, the famed How I Met Your Mother is over. What were our thoughts? 4 writers hit the room to discuss. David Snipes: Its over. I feel cheated.   EJ: I, like you, feel cheated. I expected more. I definitely expected more …

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Apr 01

NBA Roundtable: 4/1 Edition

Welcome to the NBA Roundtable. This week we have EJ, Bill and David go through our Rookie of the Year teams, dumping Conferences, LeBron vs the Cap, and just how do we make the Center important again? 1. Who is your All-Rookie team? EJ: At point guard I got Michael Carter-Williams. MCW might be on a terrible …

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Apr 01

Game of Thrones: House Baratheon

House Baratheon Shireen Baratheon Daugher of Stannis and Selyse. She was hit with a sickness called greyscale, but instead of it killing her it just left her with some scales on her face. She teaches Davos how to read. David: I feel her and Arya could have been besties, but now? She’s got a good …

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