Monthly Archives: September 2017

Arizona Coyotes 2017-18 Season Preview

If you’re wondering what it’s like to have a hockey team in the desert, well, so am I. That being said, Arizona’s first preseason game at home was scheduled for tonight, and it has been cancelled. Why? Because of poor … Continue reading

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I Saw It

I did something last Monday that I haven’t done in five years. Quick, think in your head what that might be. Some of you already know, so in your case, act stupid. It shouldn’t be hard. Sorry! That was a … Continue reading

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Like Tonight

I do not know what it is anymore I am a stop sign staring at a green light I am the last loaf of bread at the market I am the owl staring at the moon And this autumn breeze … Continue reading

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Letting My Red Heart Show

It’s hard for me to explain how my brain works sometimes. The best way I can explain it is this: You know how in math class you always had to show your work, instead of just writing the final answer? … Continue reading

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Boston Bruins 2017-18 Season Preview

Bears are interesting, aren’t they? I mean, you have Yogi Bear, who can’t stray too far from his picnic basket. You have Paddington Bear – a connoisseur of sorts – who keeps a sandwich under his hat. You have the … Continue reading

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Anaheim Ducks 2017-18 Season Preview

Legendary professional wrestler and “Woo!” enthusiast, Ric Flair, has said on multiple occasions, “To be the man, you gotta beat the man.” Well, for the last five seasons, the Anaheim Ducks have been “The Man” atop the Pacific Division of … Continue reading

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Coming Soon

I don’t normally do posts like this, where I tell you what blog posts to expect in the future. I normally just write them, post them, and go to sleep. But I feel this post is necessary. As you might … Continue reading

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Paulo’s Kitchen: Peanut Butter Samwich

The following episode of Paulo’s Kitchen is dedicated to my friend, Ely, who is bracing for the impact of Hurricane Irma. Stay safe, Ely. Previously on Paulo’s Kitchen, Cameraman Sam got under Paulo’s skin during filming. “Up shut it, Samson!” “Shut … Continue reading

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A Letter To Barb

Dear Barb, I already know the first word you’re going to say in your mind when you realize I’ve written your letter.  “Finally” That was the word, right? You’ve only made me feel bad about not writing your letter for … Continue reading

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Today is my birthday. You know what, I don’t know if I want to write this post anymore. It’s just so self-serving. No one on WordPress is notified when it’s a blogger’s birthday. We have to notify everyone else, ourselves. … Continue reading

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