Good to know that NFL teams look at ESPN.com in their meetings.
I see/hear lots of anger about having to pay for Insider or ESPN3 (formerly ESPN360). I thought these articles by ESPN’s Ombudsman Don Ohlmeyer has a great explanation why content companies charge money. Take on Insider Summary: Insider is premium content, NOT copy-and-paste articles from the Associated Press or Reuters like many headlines or blog… Continue reading Why Does ESPN Charge Money?
Update: My friend, Conrad, educated me on the fact that the fruit snack is a replica of the Manneken Pis (“Little man Pee” in Dutch), which is a landmark small bronze sculpture in Brussels, depicting a naked little boy urinating into a fountain’s basin. It was designed by Hiëronymus Duquesnoy the Elder and put in… Continue reading Welch’s Fruit Snack Accident?
Dinner with my friends at TGI Fridays in Memphis on 10/13/1999 For 2010, I am going to compare my life when I was 15 in 1999 to my life right now. I’ll also sprinkle in details that happened in the last 10 years for context. There will be a part 2 to this post that… Continue reading 10 Year Comparison – circa 1999
Wow, I’ve never seen a game end like this. It was a surprisingly dominant performance by Boise State’s defense, but the punch at the end was unlike anything I have ever seen outside of a MMA fight. Definitely not something I would expect during the post-game handshake. Read more about the game on the recap… Continue reading LeGarrette Blount Punching Byron Hout
I normally only get a smile or smirk from these forwarded emails, but I love these random thoughts because I’ve had all of them. I swear I had a conversation about the folding of fitted sheets last week. More often than not, when someone is telling me a story all I can think about is… Continue reading Random Thoughts from 25-35 year olds
Very, very similar to NCAA 09, but EA Sports brought back co-op gameplay, so you that you and a friend can play on the same team (like WR & QB or FB/HB)
This year, I am rooting for Speller No. 200, Tino Delamerced. WCPO-TV Channel 9, Cincinnati, Ohio Age 13, 7th grade School: The Summit Country Day School Hometown: Cincinnati, Ohio A nationally ranked chess player, Tino was just a second grader when he beat a grandmaster during a simultaneous chess exhibition. He recently took home first… Continue reading Tino Delamerced | 2009 Spelling Bee
Disclaimer: This is my personal view and opinion, which does not necessarily represent the views and opinions of ESPN. You can try out the code on this page. Just type: ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ← → ← → B A on your keyboard. Or click this Cornify button: I am the developer who removed the… Continue reading ESPN.com Unicorns