When I was a kid and we talked about the future it was always flying cars and robots. Now that we’re here the most interesting thing to me about “the future” is being able to go to the grocery store.
Of 15 games scheduled across Major League Baseball yesterday only eight of them were actually played. Of those eight games, four of them were shutouts. (What is this, 1968?) In the remaining four games, losing teams scored 1, 3, 3, and … Continue reading
It dawned on me yesterday that in the virtual-schooling era we are never going to have a “snow day,” or any other cancellation because we can’t get to school. Connectivity issues cancelling school maybe, but not weather. And come to … Continue reading
You know what sport really needs actual fans in the stadium? Not just because I don’t otherwise care about it, but because this sport’s fans are notoriously part of its tapestry… yeah, that communist sport we all play as kids… … Continue reading
And with that hockey was over. #nocaps Guess it’s time now for summer!
My hometown NHL club (that would be the Washington Capitals) staved off elimination last night, I’m afraid though just prolonging the inevitable: a first-round playoff loss. I still like their chances better than I do those of the Portland Trailblazers, … Continue reading
I do love hockey games that start at noon, as my hometown Washington Capitals faced off yesterday against the underdog Islanders of New York in the Toronto ice bubble. Several hours later, however, I wasn’t really feeling too good about … Continue reading
While perusing the nutritional labels of my pantry items the other day (quarantine life) I came across an unusual description on my can of PAM spray butter. Actually, no, it’s not PAM, it’s Wegmans brand, and actually it’s not spray … Continue reading
When I am asked who my all-time favorite baseball player is I do not hesitate when I answer. Same guy it’s been since 1989… Donald Arthur “Don” Mattingly. Donnie Baseball. Captain of those woeful Yankee teams in the late ’80s … Continue reading
Nice thing about having your own website is that you can make up whatever schedule you want and take days off at random. It’s always new content on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays–except when I don’t feel like it. Like last … Continue reading