Monthly Archives: November 2014

Blessing in Disguise?

DeMar DeRozan slipped on a wet spot on the floor last night and went down in a heap. The arena went silent. Oh no, there goes our magical season. DeRozan left the game and did not return. Today it was … Continue reading

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We The North

For twenty years, the Toronto Raptors have been the team that just doesn’t fit in. They started out as that team up in Canada that played out of a baseball stadium. Surely they won’t last. Basketball in Canada? Man, they … Continue reading

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The Leafs

As a fan of the Toronto Maple Leafs, I could not care less that the team didn’t salute the crowd last night after their win against Tampa Bay. I DON’T CARE. You know the only people who care? 1. The … Continue reading

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99 Thoughts That (May) Run Through A Blogger’s Mind

1. What do I write about next? 2. Nope, not that. 3. Not that. 4. Not that, either. 5. It’s been a week since my last post. 6. I should write something. 7. I’ll write a post just to say … Continue reading

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My Childhood Softball Career: How Bad Do I Smell?

The other day, my Dad and I drove by a plumbing store. I pointed it out. The company that owned the store┬ásponsored my softball team in 2002 when I won my first championship. We couldn’t help but reminisce. It was … Continue reading

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