A South Philly Indoctrination


Recently, I reached the milestone of 3,000 views. To celebrate, I’ve asked renowned blogger The Idiot, to do a guest post. Heck, who am I kidding, I was too busy playing Call of Duty: Black Ops(PS3) after class today and couldn’t muster up a blog post so I brought in an equally substantial replacement. Thanks Mark! … Continue reading

Slightly Distraught


For this week or two until the World Series ends, all 4 Major American sports will be active at the same time. These few weeks are the only time it happens all year-long. NBA(basketball) just started it’s regular season, NFL(football) is entering Week 8 on Sunday, NHL(hockey) has also just started their regular season, while … Continue reading

The Most Epic Blog Post


Alright, so, maybe that wasn’t the best title for this post.  You: See what happens when you start your posts with a title? No, I actually didn’t start with that, I actually did a search for it on Google but it came up with everything but “How to write an epic blog post.” I even … Continue reading

Can’t Get You Outta My Head


I just can’t get you out of my head. Boy your lovin’ is all I think about… No, I’m not secretly attracted to boys or men for that matter. It’s a song that came on the radio earlier and it’s been stuck in my head. I could only hope it’ll get stuck in your head…Although, I’ll … Continue reading

Halladay a HUGE Factor in NLCS


I’ve read some non-sense recently on the Yahoo MLB Blog, “Big League Stew”, about Cliff Lee being the “coolest –and best” pitcher in the playoffs in an article written by Yahoo staffer David Brown. Did you not witness Roy Halladay’s complete game no-hitter? You cannot count Halladay out of this one, especially since he has … Continue reading

Hamels Crushes the Reds’ Hopes


Last night I came to a bit of a predicament. Game 3 of the NLDS was on at 8:05pm and Sunday Night Football came on at 8:20pm. But my decision was made fairly quick. I had a chance to witness history. The Phillies have never swept a team in the history of playoff baseball. Granted, … Continue reading

NLDS 2010: Philly and Cincy Mayors Wager on the Series


Last night around 7, the wife and I realized that we had no clean clothes left for the week to come. So, we took a ride over to the self-serve laundromat that stays open late. We through the clothes into a few washers and grabbed a bite to eat. There was a little Italian restaurant … Continue reading

Just a Memo


I figured that I would take the time to let everyone know that my blog name has changed. So, for anyone who has me in their blog roll, or blog croissant as some like to call it, take the time to change the name of my blog manually if you need to do so. I … Continue reading

Kevin Kolb’s Possible Resurgence, Utley Joins “Jeter School of Acting”


Not many people in Philadelphia are ready to give Kevin Kolb another shot. Philadelphia is notorious for wanting the back-up QB as their starter. Take the situation with Donovan McNabb and Jeff Garcia a few years back. McNabb wasn’t performing that well which made fans want the Eagles to play Garcia. They got their wish. … Continue reading

NFL 2010: Week 5 News


Wow, what a start to week 5. I’m sure most of you have heard of the trade involving wide receiver Randy Moss. This trade is huge because the Minnesota Vikings now become Super Bowl contenders. Randy Moss is one the best receivers in the NFL without a doubt. Move him to a team that has … Continue reading

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