“Let’s Go”

This rallying cry can be heard from most athletes, regardless of the sport. Whether it’s a shooting guard making a three-pointer, a striker scoring a goal, a defensive end recording a sack, or even a curler who executes a weld in the last game of a bonspiel. (I did say every sport!) I’m here to […]

Meta World Lunacy

There aren’t many things in this world that shock me, but I was floored by what occurred at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday April 22nd. Ron Artest (I refuse to call him that nonsense that he created!) lost his freaking mind and assaulted Oklahoma City’s James Harden. Not only was the act […]

This Actually Happened – March 10th, 2012

Lakers Fans Hate The Celtics The other day, I drove to the gas station and pulled into one of the pumps. There was a problem with the machine so I had to walk to the window in order to pay the attendant. As soon as I approached the window the guy seemed repulsed. “You just […]

The (Bad) Name Game

Skip Bayless has it right; he’s Chad Ocho-stinko: Recently, there have been two well-known professional athletes who changed their names. The first is Chad Johnson, former Cincinnati Bengal and current New England Patsy. Chad Johnson was an unstoppable force, who scored touchdowns almost every game. He was on pace to become a celebrated Hall of […]

That’s Just Super

     The Boston Celtics are truly unique. The 2008 green team is the only group to overcome the odds and win by creating a super team. General Manager, Danny Ainge, combined three legends; Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen joined Paul Pierce to form, on paper, an unbeatable team. The expectation was “championship or bust,” and […]

Where Amazingly Dumb Happens

The NBA is in a lockout which seems to have no end. For years, I’ve been unhappy with the direction of the league, so I am happy about the current situation. I don’t have much to say about the matter, but here are some of my thoughts! The NBA players have been coddled to the […]

This Actually Happened – October 8th, 2011

@TheeNword People often ask me to write an entry about them. I always take the request as a joke, although I am never certain. I would enjoy writing about anyone, but guidelines have to be established. The other day, my cousin Nira F. Babee asked me to write about her and I laughed. (Yes, she […]