Monthly Archives: February 2012

Meet My Dad’s Fantasy NASCAR Team

Not only does my dad watch the first 495 miles of a 500 mile NASCAR race; he DVRs it so that he can skip commercials and press pause when he needs to go flip a burger or use the bathroom. … Continue reading

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You Should Read Deadspin’s “Homer At the Bat” Article

The 1992 Simpsons episode, “Homer at the Bat” got higher ratings than The Cosby Show and the Winter Olympics. Nine pro baseball players recorded voiceovers over the span of a season as their teams passed through L.A. to play the Dodgers … Continue reading

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Belated Congrats to Malachy

I don’t want to own this Pekingese, but I really want to touch it.

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Jeremy Lin: An Asian Non-NBA Fan’s Take

By Kimber Solana An email greeted me this morning like this: “Don’t call me racist, but…I wish you had the basketball knowledge to write a quick Jeremy Lin post for the sports blog I’ve got going.” Jeremy Lin who? “Because … Continue reading

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LIN

…and I’m enjoying it. Especially now that Kobe has fallen victim. Slow Pitch on FB.

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Humphries, Kardashian and Why the Washington Post Social Reader is Junk

By Justin Cox – Originally on Huffington Post I usually prefer to read something before I decide if I want to share it with my friends. The Washington Post Social Reader removes the ability to make that choice, and that’s why … Continue reading

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A Decade of (Bad) Super Bowl Halftime Shows

By Justin Cox – via Huffington Post I enjoyed Sunday night’s halftime show more than others from recent years. That’s coming from a guy who has paid money for albums by The Who and Paul McCartney, and attended concerts by Rolling … Continue reading

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