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Letters to Myself: A portrait of humor that is ahead of its time

It seems we have lost the ability to write letters now that everything has been condensed to 140 characters or a bunch of emojis. Since no one has written me in a while, I thought I would write myself a […]

Letters to Myself: A portrait of humor that is ahead of its time

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It seems we have lost the ability to write letters now that everything has been condensed to 140 characters or a bunch of emojis. Since no one has written me in a while, I thought I would write myself a […]

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Falcons to meet Rams in Wild Card game on Saturday

After their lopsided loss to the San Francisco 49ers, who were led by quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, the Rams’ opponent in their first playoff game since 2003 was announced: the

Dick Enberg, legendary sportscaster, has died

In what is sad news for the San Diego Padres and their fans, sportscaster Dick Enberg passed away in his La Jolla home Thursday. He was 82 years old. Born

2017: the Year of the Headache

My head hurts.  I wish I could blame it all on the election  of Donald Trump, but he is not the only cause for the throbbing this year has

Marshawn Trump: Rebel with a dollar sign jersey

I have no problem with athletes who do not stand during the National Anthem as a way of protest. However, when you choose to sit while it is played

Canton is the home of pro football’s legends

Upon my arrival in the town of Canton Ohio I thought maybe the only thing there worth seeing was the Football Hall of Fame. I was wrong. More on

Standing thoughts: Protests on protesting

I have written before about how I have a thing about the First Amendment, especially when it comes to people trying to crush free speech. Essentially, I feel we

Inconvenience of Freedom

Lately, we have witnessed the end result of the ignorance of not only our president, but the general public when it comes to understanding our basic freedoms, especially freedom

Rams are prepared for Washington

Today the Los Angeles Rams welcome the Washington Redskins to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. It’s the second game of the season and the Rams have a win behind

Football: I will pass on it

The NFL and college football seasons are about to hit us full force and I have to sadly admit, I no longer care. I am a lifelong lover of

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