July 4, 2014 marks the 75th anniversary of Lou Gehrig’s “Luckiest Man” speech. He died of ALS in 1941.
The Biebs made the announcement yesterday on an L.A. radio station. His camp says he was ‘just kidding’ but, according to those who saw the interview said he was talking with a straight face. My niece, who’s a HUGE fan of the Biebs, would hate it if he quit. I’m betting this has more to […]
First Mike Sellers retired. Today, Clinton Portis retires (or is it one of his alter-egos?). As a fan of the burgundy & gold, we sure do miss you and wish you the very best. Check out some of his Redskins highlights here.
By a large majority, American retirees see a bleak future for their children and grandchildren — and doubt if the younger generations will be able to afford retirement, a new poll reveals. The survey of more than 2,020 retirees was conducted by the advocacy group ProtectSeniors.Org in conjunction with Thomas Mackell Jr., former chairman of […]