Monthly Archives: May 2010

LOST: “The End” – What it all means

At 10:30 pm Sunday night, Jack Shephard let go. And as he did, we did too. Or at least we’ve been trying ever since. LOST has ended, and has done so with a glorious finale that gave a lot of closure. … Continue reading

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Hi people. This is my new blog.

I decided to add some professionalism to this thing. It’s got my name in the url now… huge step. I’m going to do some layout stuff in the near future (and may need someone’s help out there – don’t ignore … Continue reading

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What does Tiger dream of?

This was written on January 30, 2010 and published in the Times-Delphic on February 1, 2010 Imagine Tiger Woods walking up to the microphone at a press conference before his first major golf tournament since the Thanksgiving Incident. As everyone … Continue reading

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The ballad of Ricky Stanzi

This was written on November 2, 2009 Former president Harry Truman left office with the lowest recorded approval rating of all-time. He’s now considered to be among the greatest leaders this country’s ever seen. Vincent van Gogh was not recognized … Continue reading

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USA Soccer: Time to be proud

This was written June 28, 2009 Disappointment was written all over the faces of the Americans as the full time whistle was heard. Disappointment was deserved. After all, no one should be happy about giving up a 2-0 halftime lead. … Continue reading

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T.O. to Buffalo – a move I approve

This was written on March 25, 2009 As one of perhaps three (maximum) Buffalo Bills fans on campus, I have been pressed a lot recently for my opinion on the signing of Buffalo’s signing of Terrell Owens. The first couple … Continue reading

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The incredible rise of Justin Timberlake

This was originally written on March 3, 2009 Watching Jimmy Fallon last night (more on that in a second), I realized that we have an incredible story on our hands. A story that has gone vastly under the radar over … Continue reading

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