My gimpy knee is going to keep me on the bench for my rec league softball game this evening. However, weather forecasts as they are we might not play anyway. So I’m cautiously optimistic. I’m reminded of an episode of Seinfeld, … Continue reading
Still glowing from an improbable Football Team victory Thursday night (no coverage here: that’s what you get for posting early!), and having sweated out another Notre Dame victory Saturday afternoon, I found myself with little to watch football-wise Saturday and … Continue reading
This week’s sign that the Apocalypse is upon us… Lay’s has now introduced a Funyuns flavored potato chip. Unfortunately you read that correctly. … Continue reading
No, no, I wasn’t celebrating Yom Kippur. Just forgot to post. Oops.
Consumed this weekend… apples apple cider apple cider donuts apple cider donut Oreos With that many adjectives it has to be good, right? Yeah, it was as good as it sounds. … Continue reading
On next week’s episode of Math and Musings (available wherever podcasts are sold) I discuss my frustration with the NFL and “football” in general for keeping the put-my-product-on-traditional-television model of content delivery. Even old white man sports such as baseball and … Continue reading
Final piece of suburban white guy livin’: company softball league starts tonight.
New new obsession in the O’Connell household… WarioWare: Get It Together! This is the tenth installment (so the Internet claims) in the WarioWare series, and the first since 2018. My roommates and I have been playing the demo version just released (free … Continue reading
New family obsession in the O’Connell household is Bake Squad, Netflix original series hosted by Milk Bar founder Christina Tosi. It’s basically Milk Bar on TV, and manages to entertain all three (very different) members of the O’Connell clan. What I … Continue reading
Seen yesterday around the halls of an unnamed middle school in Virginia, a variation of some type of rain dance, visions of school cancellations frolicking about student minds. A few teachers’ minds too. Hurricane Ida, like all hurricanes (even when … Continue reading