March 2009

Jonas Brothers Tickets – Bon Jovi Tickets – My Wife is on Fire

updated April 19, 2014by March 28, 2009

 Well. technically I just paid for them. I won’t be in attendance but I can tell you from personal experience that the Jonas Brothers may be the hottest thing going in my house sine the New Kids on the Block. Even my wife has developed a schoolgirl crush on one of them. They’ll be in […]

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Final Four, Elite Eight, Sticking My Neck Out

updated April 19, 2014by March 26, 2009

 Here’s the big chance for Dancin Dave to laugh at me. I’m taking Xavier over Pittsburgh. Yes the #1 seed will fall. But I am sticking with Duke. There guys have something to prove. Here’s where Gonzaga cements it’s place as the ultimate Cinderella with a win over #1 seed North Carolina. Call me crazy. […]

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Even More NFL Tickets?

updated March 26, 2009by March 26, 2009

 Let’s face it. NFL exhibition games are a joke. Players held out, stars yanked after one series and….FULL Prices Charged. So the recent discussion of extending the NFL regular season to 17 or even 18 games is intiguing but does it make real sense. Is this an endurance contest (it is to a certain extent) […]

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Curt Schilling Did it All (Mostly)

updated April 19, 2014by March 24, 2009

 Curt Schilling has reired after 20+ years of selling MLB tickets for two major franchises. The 42 year old pitching giant has given in to physical problems after all these years. Father Time gets them all in the end. He does leave behind an enviable record. Perhaps the most telling memory of Schilling is the […]

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March Madness – Louisville Cardinals High Expectations

updated April 19, 2014by March 19, 2009

 It wasn’t too many weeks ago that the Louisville Cardinals had low hopes of a spot in the NCAA Tournament. Loss after loss to weaker teams seemd to have the downward spiral well on it’s way. Then a funny thing happened on the way to the  big show. The Cardinals found a way to put […]

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