There’s an old Twilight Zone episode that goes a little something like this. A scientist constructs the perfect baseball player. He is so unhittable that not a single opponent can reach base against him.
I played in a charity poker event last week, believe it or not, at the same temple where I had my Bar mitzvah so many years ago. Nothing like pocket tens and torahs to brighten up an evening.
I’ve never tried my hand at modeling… with good reason. I’ll stick to watching Zoolander for my runway walk-offs. But some superstar athletes simply can’t stay out of the limelight.
Courtesy of the Vancouver Sun “Good morning, and thank you for joining me. Many of you in this room are my friends. Many of you in this room know me. Many of you have cheered for me, have worked with Continue reading The Tiger transcript. Your thoughts?
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I’m always hesitant to label an athlete the best to ever play his sport
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