October 2009

World Series Tickets – New York Yankees Going Home

updated April 19, 2014by October 10, 2009

 For New York Yankees tickets holders it must feel like being home again. After a spartan showing in the last few years the Yankees look like a team that has the World Series in it’s sights. I truthfully confess that I didn’t see this at the beginning of the season. But the last few months […]

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NFL Tickets – Surprise Surprise

updated April 19, 2014by October 6, 2009

Any sport can be full of surprises. The NFL is no exception. This year there have been several surprisingly good teams, and some surprisingly bad. Denver Broncos – In spite of all the shenanigans prior to the season, the loss of jay Cutler, the antics of Brandon Marshall, etc, the Denver Broncos are 4-0. Their […]

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Minnesota Vikings Tickets – Fabulous Favre Feats on Monday Night

updated April 19, 2014by October 4, 2009

 Well, Brett Favre will get his chance to be deified on Monday Night Football. If Brett ever had the opportunity to stick it to the Green Bay Packers, as he so obviously wants to, then this is his best chance early in the year. The Minnesota Vikings will host the Green Bay Packers on Monday […]

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Stone Temple Pilots – 3 Doors Down (But Not in Korea)

updated April 19, 2014by October 2, 2009

 Let me be the first to say I love my job. Biut it’s costing me the chance to see both Stone Temple Pilots and 3 Doors Down. I just got off the phone with my wife. She’s heading for Mobile, Alabama where these two great bands will be playing at a festival there. Sigh…I love […]

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Vikings Tickets – The Unbearable Lightness of Favre

updated April 19, 2014by October 1, 2009

 Brett Favre is a hero again. His last minute pass to win the game against the 49ers has once again made Favre the toast of the town. Only this time the town includes all of Minnesota. I guess it had to happen sooner or later. I’ll be the first to admit that I have publicly […]

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