The Final Four. Tomorrow. I cannot wait.
I got baseball practice, a kids birthday party, and Easter egg coloring to fight through … knock that all out and slip into Basketball Lockdown/Aaron Craft bro-mance mode. My 6-year old son is determined to make it up until 11 PM for the end of this one. Actually voluntarily [...]
We’ve gotten to the point of the year for me where the coat goes away. First extended stretch of 60 degree + weather, and it’s gone, never to come back, no matter how cold it gets. On principle.
I still get this feeling that there is one more blast of snow coming in April. It snows [...]
Some big-time news was released yesterday from the world of fast-food. For the first time since at least 1972 (when it started being tracked), Wendy’s has eclipsed Burger King as the #2 burger-chain in America behind McDonalds. Subway remained the second-largest restaurant chain in the United States last year. Starbucks came in at # 3, [...]
Don Draper and Tiger Woods are BACK. The Buckeyes are in the Final Four. The Indians opener is just 10 days away. It is ALL GOOD right now. Quick rapid-fire stream-of-consciousness thoughts ….
The Buckeyes – Great win Saturday night against a very good Syracuse team. Bucks lost Jared Sullinger six minutes into the game with [...]
(That’s from Cleveland’s own “Slyman’s”, winners of the “Best Corned Beef Sandwich in America” award from Esquire magazine in 2008)
From the Department of Things You Shouldn’t Have Said & That Fans Will Hold You Accountable To:
Mike Holmgren last week: “Going from 4-12 to 6-10 isn’t good enough. And that’s been conveyed. I believe we are [...]
Getting caught up …
The Browns organization is a joke. More dysfunctional than the Griswold family. Forget the Mike Holmgren spin, the truth of the matter (from several journalists with a track record of being well connected and right) is they never took a trade up with the Rams to get the #2 pick and RG3 [...]
Note – the Dish will be on hiatus next week. Next couple weeks may be choppy actually. It will return at some point in mid to late March.
A little Friday humor …
Two hunters are out in the woods when one of them collapses. He doesn’t seem to be breathing and his eyes are glazed. The [...]
It’s March. And it’s amazing how January and February fly by when temps are in the 40’s as opposed to being sub-zero. Another few weeks and we’re pretty much home free. Some interesting facts about the month of March …
March is one of the seven months with 31 days, and starts on the same day [...]