July 2007

Goodbye Bill Walsh

updated April 19, 2014by July 30, 2007

Ok, I’ll say it. There was a time I hated Bill Walsh of the San Francisco 49ers. I also hated Joe Montana, Ronnie Lott, Jerry Rice and countless other 49ers. As a New Orleans Saints fans stuck in the same division as these guys it was just too much to bear. But time has softened […]

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Congratulations!

updated April 19, 2014by July 26, 2007

Congratulations! As the fourth visitor to our blog, you’ve won our grand prize, which, totaling gifts and prizes, is valued around same amount as Michael Vick’s popularity at the dog park. But, just for a second, pretend you’re a little kid who actually did win a grand prize by clicking on to his or her […]

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Josh Groban – Wonder Boy

updated April 19, 2014by July 25, 2007

 Well, my wife and daughter have convinced me that we simply have to have Josh Groban tickets. I’ve heard the buzz about this kid for the last year or two but remained firmly entrenched in my 70’s arena rock bubble. But after the unending pleading and the relentless diatribes from the women in my life […]

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QB dog killers, cheatin’ referees: sports downward spiral intensifies

updated April 19, 2014by July 20, 2007

Pop quiz: What would you rather own — Atlanta Falcons tickets or NBA basketball tickets? It hasn’t exactly been the best of weeks for either the Falcons or the NBA. First, Michael Vick, Atlanta’s electric quarterback, is indicted in a federal dog fighting investigation. Then, reports break that an NBA referee was gambling on games […]

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Stricker to strike in British Open

updated April 19, 2014by July 17, 2007

While you’re watching the British Open this week, try not to feel overly sorry for the pros, as they try survive the ultra-tough Carnoustie, also knows as Carnasty. Don’t grimace when Tiger Woods hits his drive in places that resemble cornfields more than golf course rough. Don’t shed a tear when Phil Mickelson chokes on […]

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