Huh. Well that went a different direction than expected... I'm not surprised to be writing a followup Coaches Gettin' ShitCanned post this week. In a historically weak NFC, the Bearistocrats! still needed the Super Bonus Charity Wild Card to qualify for the playoffs. Listening to Chicago sports radio (having spent part
It's the Monday after the regular season closes- traditionally the day that the NFL Villagers lead a group of trussed-up coaches to the mouth of the volcano and sacrifice them to Has'Lam, God of Doing Something for the Sake of Doing Something. This year continues the trend of Relatively Boring Bloodletting.
Quick: without looking at their record, are the Cleveland Browns a good team or a bad team? Got an answer? You're wrong. Whichever way you answered, you're wrong. Cleveland is a Limited Heisenberg Uncertainty Team: at any given time, you can know where they are, but you can't know where they are going.
Is it stupid and jingoistic to play the national anthem before professional sporting events? Probably. Is the Star-Spangled Banner an agrammatical piece of doggerel? Yeah, a bit. Is this clip of a scared 13 year old girl losing her way in the song during an NBA Playoff game, only to have NBA Hall of
[Author's Note: Despite the overwhelmingly positive response to last year's All Interpretive Dance team preview, I have decided not to go back to that well a second year in a row. Try to contain your disappointment.] So here it is. It's finally happening. Like Christmas morning, high school graduation and losing
Cleveland, Ohio is a wonderful city, bursting with many shining examples of culture, fine dining and friendly people. Every single word of that sentence is a filthy lie, except for "Cleveland," "Ohio" and "City." And frankly, "city" is being generous. I would have gone with "penal colony," except that usually requires