Via Pro Hockey Talk, Karl Alzner, the Washington Capitals stud defenseman, tweeted this photo of his place last night upon arrival after a 3 OT loss to the New York Rangers in game 3. I guess someone forgot to let the dogs out? Dogs not happy about the loss either twitter.com/karlalzner/sta… — Karl Alzner (@karlalzner) […]
When I lived in San Diego for a short time in 1993, I went that summer to the San Diego Chargers training camp in La Jolla. After practice on the day I went, while many other players left the field, Junior Seau spent what seemed like an hour or so signing autographs. That tells you the type of person he was.
Interesting fact of the day that Junior Seau is the 8th Charger from the 1994 Super Bowl team to die before the age of 45.
Classy move by Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano and the organization. Big thumbs up for this.
For some reason, this song has been in my head all day. The Goo Goo Dolls never get old.
From Monday, it was Paul versus Paul on inflation, government spending and the role of the FED on Bloomberg TV. Dr. Paul kicked his can here. Mr. Krugman completely distorts the cause of the Great Depression in the debate and also says the post World War II economy was best ever. This is two examples of […]
Via the Washington Free Beacon, CNBC anchor Rick Santelli discusses our over-regulated, under-performing financial sector of the conomy.