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My Alma Mater’s Girls’ Basketball Team—State Champs!

February 28, 2018
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I seldom pay much attention to sports, but when a team from your alma mater wins the high school regional girls’ basketball title … (By the way, alma mater means “nourishing mother” … I didn’t…

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Olympic sized thoughts

February 22, 2018
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(These aren’t really Olympic sized thoughts–just small thoughts on the Olympics.)   It was nice that benevolent dictator Kim Jong-un let his cheerleaders out of the country to attend the Olympics, along with his sister.…

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I Was Snubbed by the U.S. Olympic Ski Team

February 19, 2018
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Dear U.S. Olympic Ski Team: Congratulations on an outstanding Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea. And hey, that 22-year-old Mikaela Shiffrin was impressive on the giant slalom. Well done. I just have one minor complaint…

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HOPress-A Review of Our 2017 Releases – Week 3

December 6, 2017
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This is our third week of  highlighting this year’s releases for HOPress, Shorehouse Books and Corner Office Books for  the holiday season.  Up this week: Need One!: A Lunatic’s Attempt to Attend 365 Games in…

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Giants Stage O’Neill Play as TD Celebrations Lengthen

December 4, 2017
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OAKLAND, Cal.  It was a rare bright spot in an otherwise forgettable day and a miserable season for the New York Giants: with 5:16 left in their game against Oakland, quarterback Geno Smith hit tight…

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The Seattle Seahawks’ Secret Weapon: ME

November 7, 2017
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I’m a huge NFL fan. I root for the Seattle Seahawks because I live in the greater Seattle area, so it’s the law. The Seahawks have been one of the best football teams in the…

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Bad Advice Friday, 4-14-17

April 14, 2017
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Today is once more Bad-Advice Friday. I shall be dispensing bad advice to all comers. The advice will stupendously bad. PD asks: How do I get the cat to emulate a dog? He never meows…

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The Cubs Goat Gets Its Goat Got

October 27, 2016
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In 1906, the Chicago Cubs won 116 games, a Major League baseball record. They lost the World Series to the Chicago White Sox but then won the next two, becoming the first team to appear…

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It’s Not Too Late to Prepare Your Child for the 2028 Olympics

August 22, 2016
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While the recent Rio Olympic Games are still fresh in your mind, it’s a perfect time to start getting your own child ready for the 2028 Olympics. The final venue has not yet been decided.…

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Seems Legit

According to North Korea, North Korea won the most medals at the Olympic Games. Bill Y "The Legendary Legend" LeddenI can't say I'm brilliant until I get this duct tape off my mouth!More Posts -…

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