July 2008

Say It Ain’t So Chad

updated April 19, 2014by July 28, 2008

 Please, Chad Johnson of the Cincinnati Bengals, say you didn’t report to NFL training camp today with nothing to say. If you were going to show up, at least let loose with a verbal barrage and let us know how you’re feeling.  Seriously, Bengals management finaly showed some sense. After a long and drawn out […]

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Summer games Tickets – Life and Limb

updated April 19, 2014by July 25, 2008

 Just how important Olympic Summer Games tickets can be was illustrated today when thousands of fans erupted into a shoving mob, trying to get olympics tickets on sale in Beijing. Chinese police were overwhelmed, barricades destroyed, and mass mayhem descended on the city of the 2008 Summer Olympics and eager ticket buyers battled to get […]

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The PGA Championship

updated April 19, 2014by July 25, 2008

 The PGA Championship is set for Aug 7th at Oakland Hills. Of course, all the golfers are upset that Tiger woods is recovering from knee surgery and won’t be able to play. Right?  Right? It couldn’t be that that wind comng out of Michigan is a collective sigh of relief could it? Nah.

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New York Yankees Gaining Ground

updated April 19, 2014by July 23, 2008

 Early in the MLB season the New York Yankees looked like they were going to be on the outs in 2008. Slowly but surely they’ve clawed their way back into the race. The Yankees have now won 10 games in a row and are only three games behind the Tampa Bay Devil Rays and four […]

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Oklahoma Sooners Tickets – Aggravating Dave

updated April 19, 2014by July 18, 2008

 In a poll I will refrain from naming, the Oklahoma Sooners are ranked at #4 in the pre-season college football standings. My friend David Purdum, the best writer ever to grace the pages of the Atlanta Journal Constitution, and the second best writer to grace the pages of the Slidell Sentry, is no doubt arguing […]

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