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If I had a Vuvu

June 5, 2014
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If I had a Vuvu

No actually, if I were at the World Cup and I had industrial strength earplugs, I’d be tooting on a vuvuzula.   I may even borrow a tune from Pete Seeger and compose a vuvuzula song.…

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If Blake Griffin Was Poeticized by Maya Angelou

May 28, 2014
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If Blake Griffin Was Poeticized by Maya Angelou

She was one of a kind, along with Dylan, the best poet of our times. This is my homage to Maya Angelou from a sports event in 2011: If Maya Angelou Poeticized Griffin’s 47 Point…

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Survival Tips to World Cup Fans

May 17, 2014
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Silliman on Sports By Stan Silliman FIFA WORLD CUP FANS: SURVIVAL TIPS Sao Paolo police advice to FIFA World Cup fans “Don’t scream.” Telling soccer fans not to scream is like telling the Marlboro Man…

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NFL Draft Obsessed: Funniest Tweets

May 13, 2014
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NFL Draft Obsessed: Funniest Tweets

Silliman on Sports By Stan Silliman NFL OBSESSED: 2014 DRAFT TWEETS It is crazy how many folks froth over the NFL draft. We’ve scoured Twittersville for the oddest and funniest tweets. Not surprisingly, a huge…

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Let Me Show You The Door, Bud Selig

May 9, 2014
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Let Me Show You The Door, Bud Selig

I think that Bud Selig is the baseball version of the Antichrist.  Or at the very least, Vigo the Carpathian. Bud Selig, the Commissioner (cough, hack, sputter) of Major League Baseball has announced that he…

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2014 NBA Playoffs 1st Round: Things Learned

May 6, 2014
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2014 NBA 1st ROUND PLAYOFFS: THINGS LEARNED  This time of year much of what I do is influenced by the NBA. I wear tennis shoes with Velcro straps. I’m prepared should I ever be lined…

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Donald Sterling Saga in Michael Jackson Songs

May 1, 2014
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THE DONALD STERLING SAGA, IN MICHAEL JACKSON SONGS  An NBA owner shown to be a racist bigot, what possibly can be ironic about that situation? Not a lot or… everything? When we’re talking about Clippers…

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Friday Humor Devotional

April 25, 2014
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Friday Humor Devotional

Dear Lord, please help me explain to my softball coach wife, when I asked her if she was bringing her favorite old bat to the spring opening game, I wasn’t referring to my mother-in-law, Amen.…

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The Birdies and the Bees and the Larrazabal

April 22, 2014
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The Birdies and the Bees and the Larrazabal

THE BIRDIES AND THE BEES AND THE LARRAZABAL  Spanish golfer Pablo Larrazabal has something to tell you: “Golf is not a sport for wimps!” Pablo tells us this after being stung twenty times Friday by…

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A Palindrome Week in Baseball

April 17, 2014
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For you numbers folks, this was your palindrome week. Excited? 4/14/14 4/15/14 4/16/14 4/17/14 4/18/14 You see what I mean? Forwards and backwards, same numbers. Now, we’ll add little bits of baseball history happening on…

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