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Out of control parents!

Posted on Tuesday, July 7th, 2009 by dbrody

Give me a T. Give me an A.  Give me an S. Give me an E. Give me an R.  What’s it spell?  Taser. That’s fun to say! Unfortunately, thanks to an out of control cheerleading mom, a taser gun has landing a woman in jail for 5 years.
Here’s a shocking story.  Julie Anne Bell  [...]

Exploitation

Posted on Tuesday, July 7th, 2009 by dbrody

New rule. No, Bill Mahr, I’m not stealing your idea, I’m simply borrowing it for this blog.  First new rule; the NCAA must stop exploiting its athletes. The NCAA is unquestionably the most commercial organization in sports history. College athletic’s governing body will do whatever it can to use the student-athlete to make a buck [...]

Chuck Daly, you’ll be missed!

Posted on Saturday, May 9th, 2009 by Howard David

We go around just once in this life and if we’re lucky we meet up with one special person who leaves a mark that can’t be forgotten. For me that special person was Chuck Dally. He passed away Saturday morning from pancreatic cancer, an enemy he faced for the past couple of months and fought [...]

A-Rod, it’s enough already!

Posted on Monday, May 4th, 2009 by Howard David

A few things that have been on my mind and now’s the time to bring them up.
Issue number 1.  The NFL has recently concluded the annual meat-market sale AKA the NFL draft. This year was particularly interesting because of the uncertainty of who was going where except for the Number One pick, Mathew Stafford to [...]

NFL Draft or MLB regular season game?

Posted on Sunday, April 19th, 2009 by Howard David

The NFL Draft begins Saturday afternoon at the famous Radio City Musical Hall in New York City and I have a confession. This is the first year in my 21 years involved with the National Football League that I am really into it. Part of this interest is due to the fact that I have [...]

The Masters: An episode of survivor

Posted on Monday, April 13th, 2009 by Howard David

The 2009 Masters is in the record books and we got further proof how
important Tiger Woods is to the game and how the game desperately needs
him and needs him in contention. The headlines say that Angel Cabrera
won the green jacket and that is obviously true since he outlasted
Kenny Perry and Chad Campbell in a playoff. [...]

Athletes feel a sense of entitlement. Why?

Posted on Sunday, April 5th, 2009 by Howard David

Plaxico Burress was released by the New York Giants Football team this week. Anybody familiar with his history shouldn’t be surprised. Terrell Owens was released by the Dallas Cowboys. Anybody surprised?  Gary Sheffield was released by the Detroit Tigers. I’ll ask again, anybody surprised? Jay Cutler was traded this week by the Denver Broncos. All [...]

Let’s pray for Chuck Daly

Posted on Friday, March 13th, 2009 by Howard David

I am not a particularly religious man, but now is the time for prayer.
I am now praying for Chuck Daly. Chuck Daly, a legend in the game of
Basketball is fighting for his life battling pancreatic cancer. This is
a tough fight for anyone and when you’re 78 years old the fight is
certainly more difficult. I have [...]

Terrell Owens: You can have him!

Posted on Saturday, March 7th, 2009 by Howard David

Congratulations Drew Rosenhaus, you backed up your statement saying Terrell Owens would sign with another shortly and he did. The Buffalo Bills now join the list of NFL teams in San Francisco, Philadelphia and Dallas with the notion that Owens can help them. He probably can help the Bills and will provide a compliment to [...]

I can’t take it anymore

Posted on Sunday, March 1st, 2009 by Howard David

I believe it was the 1980’s when Hollywood produced a movie called Network, It starred Faye figuratively, William Holden, Robert Duvall and an English actor, Academy award winner , Peter Finch. Finch played a Network News anchorman who loses it one day and profoundly states, “we’ve had enough and we won’t take it anymore.” This [...]

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