May 2008

The Olympic Challenge

updated April 19, 2014by May 28, 2008

 The adversity facing China is now twofold. Foremost has to be recovery efforts stemming from the massive earthquake which has ripped the country apart and the inevitable aftershocks which will probably continue for some time. It’s a new obstacle in what was supposed to be a showcase for the Chinese as they put on a good […]

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U.S. Open Shuck and Jive

updated April 19, 2014by May 28, 2008

 Tiger Woods may be pulling the wool over the eyes of the golf world. After surgery on his knee in April, Woods is still limping around. Woods also withdrew from some upcoming tournaments claiming his knee wasn’t ready. HMMM. Could it be that the master of the mind game is setting up the rest of […]

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Drifting Sand

updated April 19, 2014by May 27, 2008

 Like the sand that keeps blowing into my eyes, my thoughts today range across a wide spectrum. Rather than focus, let’s just ramble. Danica Patrick is even better looking when she’s mad, as evidenced by the shots of her at the Indy 500. The Los Angeles Dodgers look like they have a winner in Kershaw. […]

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NFL News _ A Twisted World and a World of Twists

updated April 19, 2014by May 20, 2008

 Hot on the heels of the latest NFL News: There are rumbles of discontent in the world of pro football. NFL owners are discussing dumping the labor agreement, a move that could force the hand of the NFLPA and potentially spark a strike down the line. There’s nothing mre entertaining than when millionaires squabble over […]

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Patriots Don’t Cheat – An Unlikely Story of Routine Disruption and even Less Believable Fairy Tales

updated April 19, 2014by May 19, 2008

 OK, so you’re the Head Coach of the New England Patriots. You’ve established a routine of secretly taping the defensive signals of opposing teams. the formula has worked for you for years, bringing you AFC Championships and Super Bowl appearances. Now you’re faced with another Super Bowl and Voila!, you decide not to engage in […]

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