Since I know nothing about baseball, I enlisted a couple of AI engines to help. I now know less than before.
Wherein I weigh in on some of the important cultural implications of baseball stuff, without any qualifications whatsoever for doing so.
Pro tip for bloggers: Open a ton of browser tabs, then make a post out of them.
Hey, fellow earthlings and others…happy Thursday. Today is National Pumpkin Cheesecake Day, but it’s also National Reptile Awareness Day, and wouldn’t you know it — there are a couple of snake photos at the bottom of this post (following the grapefruit-looking mushroom pictures). So, here’s your mashed-up warning sign (aren’t I clever?): I do have… Continue reading Random Thursday: The Pictures Edition
Note: As I was typing the title of this post, I began to doubt that I actually knew how to spell “eager,” because it looked weird. In my defense, we just got a new Nespresso machine and I’m trying out a fortissio lungo, which is Italian for “guaranteed to make you not sleep for two… Continue reading My Eagerly Awaited Return to Sailboarding, -or- “Blown Away”
1996 marked the end of the Southwest Conference, but the music lives on…somewhere.
…the BCS (Bowl Championship Squirrel).
Johnny Football being Johnny Football. Yes, I made this myself. No, don’t worship me. I’m just a regular guy.
At the time of this writing, if you type “Betsy” into the Google search bar, “Betsy Andreu” comes up as the second suggested phrase, behind only Betsey Johnson, which makes no sense at all because the two names are spelled differently, and I would expect that Big Brother would be well aware that I couldn’t… Continue reading Betsy Andreu: My New Heroine
Lance Armstrong: Self-inflicted irrelevance I’m still trying to decide how I feel about Lance Armstrong now that he’s [apparently] coming clean – more or less, and no pun intended – about his use of PEDs during his cycling career. I’ve been a fan since his early days in the sport, and felt an inordinate amount… Continue reading Two Things: Lance / Missy