The NFL’s Big Payback: A SportsChump-Milhouse Q&A

I love good courtroom dramas.  When flipping through the channels of live television, as if anyone does that anymore, and finding a movie like A Few Good Men, I’ll stop what I’m doing and soak in the rest of the Continue reading The NFL’s Big Payback: A SportsChump-Milhouse Q&A

Where Icons Go to Nap

I love Twitter.  I mean, I hate that it’s become a method for keyboard kings to spew hatred on a whim but if you can get past the nonsense, the application has become an amusing way to pass the time, Continue reading Where Icons Go to Nap

Hobnobbing with Ice Cube or How I Learned to Love the Big 3

“It’s not about your name.  It’s about your game.” Ice Cube, Founder, Big 3 I’ve become fascinated with the way things begin. A first kiss.  The opening sentence of an engaging blog post.  The creation of a new craft cocktail, Continue reading Hobnobbing with Ice Cube or How I Learned to Love the Big 3

“Who’s Caitlin Clark?”  (Part Two)

Speaking of Caitlin Clark, now that we know Plant City Publix cashiers (or at least one of them) are familiar with the name, that might be as far as her popularity grows.  At least for now, USA Women’s Basketball has Continue reading “Who’s Caitlin Clark?”  (Part Two)

When Lightning and Panthers meet

“How could you possibly root for the Panthers?!?” a friend asked, fully aware of my long-standing Lightning allegiances.  He was disgusted at the thought.  Far be it from me to elaborate on why I cheer for the Panthers… until now.  Continue reading When Lightning and Panthers meet

“Who’s Caitlin Clark?” (Part One)

“Who’s Caitlin Clark?” asked the friendly enough cashier and she scanned the magazine I’d bought for a sickly BCole.  BCole had ordered some food that disagreed with her so I thought a freshly printed, commemorative Caitlin Clark magazine might lift Continue reading “Who’s Caitlin Clark?” (Part One)

Birthday Bashes, Buttholes, Flying Shovels and Brotherly Love: A Week in the Life, a Reminder of Gratitude

I won’t lie.  Heading into Monday of last week, I was more anxious than normal, for several reasons. I had a sort of surprise birthday party to co-plan, my mother’s __th.  Days later, I had my first ever colonoscopy, a Continue reading Birthday Bashes, Buttholes, Flying Shovels and Brotherly Love: A Week in the Life, a Reminder of Gratitude