August 2010

U.S. Open Tickets – Federer Wants Another

updated April 19, 2014by August 28, 2010

 Roger Federer wants another U.S. Open and he wants it bad. It’s not surprising. the guy may have aged a little but he’s still got what it takes to keep opponents reeling. And having won four or five U.S. Open Championships, the exact number escapes me and I’m too lazy to look it up, Roger […]

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NFL Tickets – 16 and Counting

updated August 28, 2010by August 28, 2010

 Should the NFL go to an 18 game regular season? Heck, I don’t know. It would definitely make things more interesting for about two weeks. Every NFL ticket holder gets 20 NFL tickets in his hands every year. He pays the same price for a pre-season ticket as he does for a regular season ticket. […]

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Packers Tickets – Blowin It Up

updated April 19, 2014by August 28, 2010

 The excitement surrounding Green Bay Packers tickets just took off like an RPG. I don’t know how I missed this but the Packers offense just lambasted the defending AFC Champion Indianapolis Colts for…..59 points. You read that right, 59 points. Say what you want about this being just the pre-season but there’s not an NFL […]

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Yankees Tickets – Rays Bangin on the Door

updated April 19, 2014by August 21, 2010

 120 or games into the regular season and the New York Yankees are leading the American League East by……one game. Whoa! is this how it’s supposed to be. Coming off their World Series win it looked to me like the Yankees were once again moving into a position of dominance. But the Tampa Bay Rays […]

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MLB Tickets – Clements, Steroids, and Moving On

updated August 20, 2010by August 20, 2010

 Well, here we are back in the old Major League Baseball and steroids game. I thought those of us who enjoyed our MLB tickets would be left in piece at some point but it looks like that’s not going to happen. The stupidity of ex-ML players just keeps dragging us back into the grind.  Of […]

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