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The Birthday Party Circuit

Sunday, July 30th, 2006

We had been at a birthday party for a couple school buddies (here’s a big 4th birthday shout out to Jack and Sydney!!!) of H during the game yesterday. We checked the score on our cell phones periodically and as the party was winding down, the Sox were tied 6-6 in the 10th. We got […]

Poetry of Sports

Monday, July 10th, 2006

Zinedine Zidane in his final game (ever) for the French World Cup squad took his head and rammed it into an Italian player and was issued a red card for his unsportsmanlike action. Good-bye Zizou and France. Of course, all Red Sox fans witnissing this knew the outcome of this final before the rest of […]

What’s the Big Deal

Sunday, March 12th, 2006

Deal or No Deal, the game that asks, “Are you greedy, stupid or both?” is far more entertaining when you discover the games within the game.

Game 1: Imagine the contestent as GM for a day. You have 26 players with various salaries that must be purged Florida Marlins style. The banker is the teams […]

“We are safe.”

Wednesday, September 7th, 2005

The last day or so these are the words that jump out when reading blogs or news stories with personal accounts from the Gulf Coast. If you’ve been reading or hearing reports from BBC News - the view of this tragedy is more graphic, real and heartbreaking than anything you’re likely to hear from […]

Random thoughts…

Tuesday, August 30th, 2005

This is the first blog posting on two subjects: bad ideas that generate revenue for the hometown team (factual) and creative ways for the Sox to increase revenue (fictional).

Fleecing the Nation: Sorry guys but a DVD of the World Series ring ceremony is a freebie you throw in for plucking down a hundred bucks on […]

John Olderdude, sportin’ the Helm-hat.

Thursday, August 25th, 2005

Funky Cold Medina

Tuesday, August 9th, 2005

It appears that Tony Graffanino is the new Funky Cold Medina. The mystical properties of FCM are that it makes the ladies love you, like a potion or as Tone Loc suggests - an aphrodisiac. If our man Tony hits like that every night, what’s not to love?!?

Rap/sing using your best Tone Loc lower register:
Ton-y […]

Shaughnessy moving to Chicago?

Tuesday, July 26th, 2005

Rumour has it that with the Fenway “Curse” reversed, our local scribe Dan Shaughnessy is on the move to establish a whole new bag of quasi-Curses. And we ask you, what better town to propagate his particular brand of tomfoolery than Chicago.

Word on the street is that he’s moving to either the Sun Times or […]

New & Noteworthy

Thursday, July 7th, 2005

Couple of interesting items. First, a producer from Red Sox Stories (on NESN) sent us an email yesterday inquiring about our feature “Red Sox Baby Boom” and the Globe story “Birth of a New Nation”. Who know’s if these stories will make the cut but we’re just thrilled to be in the orbit of positive […]

The 4th

Monday, July 4th, 2005

This blog entry will not mention suspect pitching or ninth inning disaster scenarios, not today because there was a grand celebration in Boston and nothing coming out of Texas last night can compare. With the Pops, the esplanade and a dazzling fireworks display over the Charles between Boston and Cambridge, the bases were covered (sorry […]