Monthly Archives: September 2012

The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity

If you’ve ever wanted to see the back stage politics of the world of professional wrestling “The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity” now playing at Woolly Mammoth through October 7 is a good place to start.  And if you aren’t, … Continue reading

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A Wicked Reason to Miss the Redskins

It happens sometimes where life steps in the way of being able to watch all 16 Redskins games and this past weekend happened to be one of those times.  Due to some obligations I had to be in New York … Continue reading

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NHL Lockout’s Forgotten Victim

I’ve kinda been apathetic about the now arrived NHL lockout.  I’ve long suspected that the lockout was coming and was going to last through the remainder of this calendar year.  I can already see the headline, “NHL returns with Winter … Continue reading

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DC General Managers: The Not So Bold and Beautiful

The DC summer sports talk has been focused on two young arms, RG3 and Stephen Strasburg.  Nationals GM Mike Rizzo made the proclamation before the season started that Stephen Strasburg was going to be shutdown afer 160 innings while he continues … Continue reading

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Another New Era In DC Sports

Robert Griffin’s debut in New Orleans ushered in a new era for the Redskins.  This doesn’t mean the Redskins are playoff bound this season, but it does mean that a seismic shift happened with the Redskins.  That moment for me … Continue reading

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