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Tag Archives: football
September is always a special month around these parts. School is back in session and the school zones are active generating revenues for the county as the cops nab speedsters who had a moment’s lapse. I’ve been lucky, my years … Continue reading
879 Who’s counting? Everyone…at least every Miami Dolphins football fan should be counting. There have been ten! Ten coaches since Coach God (Don Shula who became iconic over 26 seasons). Ten men have taken the head headset and put it … Continue reading
Have you ever dreamed about being a sports superstar? I wound up going down this path after seeing all the media hoopla as the NFL draft approaches. What sport do you think you would choose? I let my imagination wander … Continue reading
Thanksgiving is the one American holiday that has it all. Parades and family gatherings, the big dinner and, of course, football. The clanging of pots and pans signal a busy kitchen with lots going on. Cooks across the country … Continue reading
Why is it in America so many elements of our culture become tainted by exploitation, excessiveness and the insatiable need to make lots of money? I am as patriotic as the next guy, but I have personally witnessed the relentless … Continue reading
At professional football games, at least the regular season ones, the playing of the National Anthem takes place just before the broadcast coverage begins. This was not the case 20-30 years ago. Back then, the announcers usually signed on the … Continue reading