Welcome to the musings and notes of a Cadillac, Michigan based writer named Micah Holmquist, who is bothered by his own sarcasm.
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Do any of you have a program in place to make sure that the players who choose to use steroids have access to clean needles? It would be a real shame if a hero to millions of children were to catch a disease through the use of a dirty needle.
Skip Bayless was on ESPN yesterday ranting about how the NFL thinks it can get away with bad officiating and doesn’t have to answer to anybody because of how big and powerful it is. Welcome to myworld, Skip.
This isn’t an aberration. Sports talk radio and the cable sports opinion shows right now are full of people complaining about referees. This is all fine and good, but these people seriously ought to throw in some jokes along the lines of how referees have even less credibility than the Bush Administration, if only to show some understanding that the world is bigger than spectator sports. Of course to do that might require a broader perspective than these men and that woman have.
On another note, I fully favor rioting in response to cartoons. Therejustaren’tthatmanythingsto riot about -apparently I can't even find a url to place on "riot"- so you have to seize any opportunity.
Sure it would be nice if they had the cool weapons, but you do the best with what you have.
Despite the title, it is safe to say that after Notre Dame scored 21 straight to tie the game at 38 with 2 minutes or so left in regulation, I did not believe in Smith and in fact was thinking, "I do not believe this is happening. It cannot be happening. What is wrong? How long before Smith can officially be considered a bust?"
Is that faith rewarded?
One more thing, I know that tv announcers don't have any real influence on the game, but it is hard for me to actively think that when I am watching a game and the announcers are biased (against the team I passionately want to win).