October 12, 2003
Pro football

The line on today's San Diego Chargers game: BYE by 2 1/2.

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September 25, 2003
Training basketball players to be men

The Associated Press has an article on the NBA's rookie orientation program -- and the comment from at least one anonymous player demonstrates that while they're legally responsible for their own actions, some of them aren't yet men. The 59 players gathered in a conference room whistle at the actresses, add their own comments to […]

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September 23, 2003
Cal Poly climbing

The latest Div. I-AA poll is out and the Cal Poly Mustangs have climbed to No. 14. Up Next: No. 25 Northern Arizona. In fact, Cal Poly has 3 ranked teams remaining on its schedule, including at Montana and home against Idaho St. Here's keeping my fingers crossed that I might get to see Cal […]

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September 17, 2003
Mustangs climbing

Cal Poly Mustangs climb the NCAA Div. I-AA polls to No. 21. Up next: No. 11 Montana State.

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September 8, 2003
Monday Night Football

As of right now Tampa Bay has the game in the bag with a a 17-0 lead over Philadelphia. The question of the night, however, is why in the world Al Michaels, John Madden and Lisa Guerrero need to have a 5 minute conversation on center John Wade's sweat. You've got Madden making comments about […]

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September 7, 2003
Go Mustangs!

Cal Poly defeats UTEP 34-14.

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September 5, 2003
Padres stats

I'm glancing at the Padres game every once in awhile and they have this graphic comparing second baseman Mark Loretta's batting average to that of other Padres in the past. What's funny every time they do something like this is the headline and the footnote on the graphic. The headline reads something to the effect […]

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July 19, 2003
Lacrosse

Just got finished watching the Major League Lacrosse All-Star game. It was pretty one-sided, but I was impressed by the players' skills. The most impressive was David Evans who one the speed shot competion held at halftime with a mark of 109 mph. Ow! A lacrosse ball isn't like a tennis ball -- getting hit […]

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July 17, 2003
Pete Rose and the Baseball Hall of Fame

I didn't watch the entire program, but ESPN showed "Pete Rose on Trial," a mock court to determine whether or not baseball's all-time hit leader, who gambled on baseball, should be eligible to be inducted into the Hall. The final jury vote was 8-4 for making him eligible. (Of course, if he's eligible, he's in. […]

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March 19, 2003
My "upset" special tournament bracket is up

If you're interested, check it out. [Adobe PDF required]

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The @sdutOpinion Editorial pages used to be fairly mainstream conservative. When I applied for a letters editor opening there in the mid-00s, I was asked if there's an editorial I wouldn't write. I replied: a pro-abortion one. 1/

Supreme Court: “The Second Amendment is not a second class right. States can’t use subjective criteria when issuing carry permits.”
California: “But what if we added in illegal viewpoint discrimination, and violated the First Amendment at the same time?”
https://reason.com/volokh/2022/06/26/state-attorney-general-suggests-considering-applicants-ideological-viewpoints-in-denying-carry-licenses/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

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