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No Comments | Posted by Bill on October 29, 2014

Baseball’s Post Season And Bud Selig’s Exit

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No Comments | Posted by Bill on October 28, 2014
No Comments | Posted by Bill on October 26, 2014
No Comments | Posted by Bill on October 26, 2014

Not Being Black Enough Seems To Be A Cop Out

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I can’t believe that in today’s day and age we’re actually discussing the color of a player’s skin. According to some, inside the Seattle Seahawks locker room, Russell Wilson isn’t black enough. Now I don’t want to incite an all-out social media blitz here but what exactly does that mean? Does this mean that Wilson doesn’t hang out with enough black guys? Is this retribution for many of his friends being white?  Is it the color of your skin that has to be darker or the way in which you conduct yourself and if it’s your conduct, what exactly does one have to do to be black enough?… Read the rest
No Comments | Posted by Bill on October 20, 2014
No Comments | Posted by Bill on October 19, 2014

Some Windy Thoughts….Don’t Ever Give Up

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I apologize for the wind, I didn’t realize it until I got back up to my press box seat and started editing.  But….the message remains the same.
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No Comments | Posted by Bill on October 17, 2014
No Comments | Posted by Bill on October 13, 2014

The Lesson Learned; Win And You Can Do Anything

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Alleged sexual assault, shooting out campus windows with a pellet gun, stealing soda at a local Burger King, stealing crab legs from a grocery store….which got him kicked off of the baseball team….standing on a table in the student union and shouting obscenities about women and now the possibility of selling as many as 380 autographs to a company called JSA (James Spence Authentication). The Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston has been a supreme athlete during his tenure at Florida State. Unfortunately, he’s also been a train wreck who has been enabled by a culture that is willing to look the other way when it comes to sports success vs.… Read the rest
No Comments | Posted by Bill on October 12, 2014