Monthly Archives: July 2005

7/29/05 – TV Guide and Sports Don’t Mix

Last weekend, my sister-in-law, who has only the most passing interest in sports imaginable, came to visit. She brought with her something from TV Guide, which purported to be the “25 most awesome sports moments of the last 15 years”. She figured that since I was a sports fan, I could guess what they were […]

7/26/05 – Can The NHL Lead The Way?

I read the following sentence in a report somewhere: “The NHL will not have an All Star Game in 2006.” I have not bothered to look in a thousand places to confirm that statement because if it is true, then I’m happy; and if it is not true, then I wish that it were true. […]

7/20/05 – The NCAA – – Dealing With Reality?

I don’t know what to think. On one hand, my inclination is to whack the goofs at the NCAA upside the head for their latest move because it is either a complete flip-flop on what they had previously considered a moral imperative or it is merely hypocritical. On the other hand, maybe some folks there […]