Monthly Archives: September 2015

Ten Things I Would Tweet If I Was Still On Twitter… Volume Twelve

The Snickers “you aren’t yourself when you’re hungry” campaign is very clever William Devane makes every show he’s in better I wish Justified and Longmire were still on real tv It’s a little scary to think how many points the … Continue reading

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Ten Things I Would Tweet If I Was Still On Twitter… Volume Eleven

Does ESPN really need to insert the K-Zone during an intentional walk? Should have ended that first one after “K-Zone” Who spits into their microphone more Colin Cowherd or Chris Matthews? Would you rather have Thor’s hammer or Captain America’s … Continue reading

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Ten Things I Would Tweet If I Was Still On Twitter… Volume Ten

It’s going to be a long year for those of us who are 49er fans It’ll be interesting to see the PGA TOUR Championship ratings. My guess is the Spieth/Stenson showdown did not move the needle Will the Cubs win … Continue reading

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Ten Things I Would Tweet If I Was Still On Twitter… Volume Nine

How long after something happens does it stop being ” breaking news”? I think Joe Maddon is baseball’s most overrated manager I hope Barry Zito pitches well today… And loses Really ESPN? Danny Kanell? Everywhere? So all of the sudden … Continue reading

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Ten Things I Would Tweet If I Was Still On Twitter… Volume Eight

How cool is it that NL West teams have Jon Miller, Dick Enberg and the great Vin Scully in broadcast booths Even though he got the win Thursday it appears Clayton Kershaw is rounding in to post season form The … Continue reading

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Ten Things I Would Tweet If I Was Still On Twitter… Volume Seven

Who designed Colin Cowherd’s set? Is he hosting a radio show or playing the pipe organ? I wish there was still a Web.com Tour Championship and a q-school to watch I’ll say it again it’s time for Flo to go … Continue reading

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The Solheim Cup Ended Up Being Great Now Let’s Change It

The 2015 Solheim Cup was, at times, exciting, excruciating, interesting and full of drama. In the end the U S team managed to leave Germany victorious but let’s not forget that the event was a Caroline Masson par putt away … Continue reading

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