With football all upon us, I know that it is traditional for people to compete. As someone who grew up in the South, the classic battle between the SEC and the ACC has raged for years. Having gone neither to the University of Georgia or Georgia Tech, but rather Miami of Ohio, who did well
I know that right now, psychologically, most of Baseball America is watching Yankees and Tigers to make sure the Yankees lose. However, in Atlanta, for most of us Baseball ended with the wild card game a tad over a week ago. I had to, emotionally and mentally, wait a week to write this for a
It’s that time again my dear readers… as the leaves turn red and fall off, people bare their colors and loyalties, arguments and bets are made, lofty goals and promises made and broken every week, all for the thrill and spectacle of one of America’s finest traditions. No, I’m not talking about the upcoming Presidential
By Salvador Malo Like the period in my life when I stopped reading expiration dates, my first experience with improv comedy left a sour taste in my mouth. Who could blame me? I thought improv comedy would always range between college aged numbskulls playing mad libs on stage, or jabbing quick (but rarely funny) pokes
You might assume that I hate anything involving Twilight. In this regard, you would be wrong. Specifically, about the word hate. For example, I hate it when the Colts lose the Super Bowl. I hate it when the news covers Lindsey Lohan failing a drug test instead of a genocide going on in the Sudan.
As a few of you following the news have no doubt heard, Apple CEO and co-founder, and all around technological Renaissance man Steve Jobs died last night following a prolonged bout with cancer. Though I am not an Apple fanboy, and am the proud user and owner of a PC, and Android, and an Amazon
Read the original article here. For fans of rock music like myself, last saturday was an anniversary of great importance to the genre. Released twenty years ago to the day, a little known grunge rock trio saw the release of their latest album, hoping to themselves that the album might see them get as much recognition as
So the Braves had just come off a week in which they were swept by the Phillies, swept by the Cardinals, and saw their seemingly insurmountable Wild Card lead crumble down to an uneasy 4.5 games. Back home from the brutal road trip, the Braves kicked off a three-game series against the lowly Florida Marlins.
Original article can be read here Ten years ago, September 11th, 2001, the entire world was witness to both the very worst and very best of mankind. It would be a day that shook the world to it’s very foundations, and will prove the defining moment in the lives of an entire rising generation. On
Read the original article here Ah, NFL Opening Day… for the next five months, millions will tune in and turn out to witness the greatest sports spectacle ever conceived, gridiron football. After a brief lockout that threatened to cut this year’s season short, at long last, the 2011 season will kickoff today, much to the
For those of you who grew up in the nineties, like myself, you probably remember a cartoon called Dragonball Z. I don’t know about you, but coming home from school each day to watch Goku and the gang beat up the bad guys was a huge part of my childhood, and the childhoods of millions of
50 saves. 128 strikeouts. 1.70 earned run average. Braves rookie closer Craig Kimbrel is on pace for a stellar season. Not just for a rookie, but for any pitcher. Rookie, veteran, starter, reliever, there’s no debate that Kimbrel has emerged as one of the best pitchers in the National League this season. But with starting