September 7, 2008
'Glory Road' ends

Coach Don Haskins dead at 78.

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August 31, 2008
Cal Poly 29, SDSU 27

For the second time in three years, a late fourth quarter field goal gave my alma mater, Cal Poly SLO, a victory over I-A San Diego State. I was there to witness it and it was certainly an exciting game to watch. I'd like to look forward to another Cal Poly vs. SDSU game in […]

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August 23, 2008
Olympic boxing

I watched some more Olympic boxing last night and it further confirmed my disdain for the system. The bout I watched was the light flyweight bout between Irishman Paddy Barnes and Zou Shiming of China. When all was said and done, Shiming had won 15-0. I'm not going to say Shiming lost -- I'm honestly […]

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August 10, 2008
29th Olympiad

I didn't watch the opening ceremonies -- I'm a sports fan, not a "ceremonies" fan. That's one of the reasons that the Olympics, as broadcast by NBC, is too often a disappointment. When they have the World Cup half way across the world, they air the games whenever they actually occur -- whether that's in […]

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May 6, 2008
My local sports team is better than your local sports team

Ivonne Hernandez is a Yankees fan. She got in an argument with a bunch of Red Sox fans -- and then ran them over. "She never braked, and she accelerated at a high speed for about 200 feet. She went directly at this group of people," prosecutor Susan Morrell said of Ivonne Hernandez, who is […]

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April 7, 2008
Great game

Kansas defeated Memphis earlier this evening, 75-68 in OT. It was a great game, although I had to mute the commentary several times after having to listen to the inanity that was Jim Nantz and Billy Packard. Line of the night: Kansas has experience in OT champioinship games. Their 1957 team played in one. 1957. […]

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March 24, 2008
March Madness note

I get digital cable with a bunch of the extra sports channels. In the past three or four days, it seems like every time I flip past CSTV they're replaying the UConn/USD game that USD won 70-69 in OT. USD was bounced out Sunday by Western Kentucky, but that game was truly an instant classic.

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February 14, 2008
Pull the other one

When I got home this evening I watched the replay of the San Diego State Aztecs' 73-63 loss to New Mexico. The game airs on an obscure cable network created to serve the cities/teams of the Mountain West Conference called "the mtn." Yes, the all-lowercase affectation is a little annoying. The point: Color commentator Dave […]

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September 19, 2007
Watch the bat

I'm not sure it's worth an ESPY, but wow. He should go out and buy a lottery ticket.

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September 5, 2007
What's not being said

Social Security is a government-run Ponzi scheme. It depends on an ever-increasing number of workers to pay the retirement benefits of an ever-increasing number retirees. Like a Ponzi scheme, it works at first, but then the math starts to work against it. We'll reach that point in 2017 or thereabouts, when the amount of money […]

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When the Supreme Court ends “may-issue” carry, the anti-rights authoritarians, statists, and corporate press political operatives will weep and gnash their teeth. It will be a truly great day. And then we’ll keep winning.

The City of San Jose filed a new motion in our case against them and it seems those hoes mad!

They seem to think our rights are up for negotiation.

Maybe we should repeat ourselves?

Fuck you, No!

http://FPCLaw.org for more on the case and how you can help!

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