Monthly Archives: May 2011

Wednesday notes

– Sorry for not getting a post in yesterday, still trying to manage the pain and get some sleep in. – The Brewers just finished off a 3 game sweep of the Nationals, and have now won 6 in a … Continue reading

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Monday morning notes

– Well, I just finished up my interview and it went very well.  I just had to hold off of the pain medicine in the morning… and I’m paying for it now. – The Brewers managed to get a sweep … Continue reading

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Riding the Pines – Episode 65 (w/ ESPN.com’s Patrick Hruby)

Hello, all. Joining me today on the podcast is ESPN.com’s Patrick Hruby, and here’s what we covered in our most recent episode. – What the recent departures at EA Sports might mean for some of the titles at Tiburon? – … Continue reading

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Lazy Sunday..

1. Orioles take 2 of 3 from Nationals. Um, great? 2. Bruins choke after holding a 3-0 lead. Not good. 3. Revolution lose 2-1 at San Jose Community College field. Seriously MLS, if you want to become a major sport, … Continue reading

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Friday notes

– Stay tuned, as we may be recording a Riding the Pines episode tonight… and considering my medications, there is no telling what I’ll be doing or saying. – Sad news from the wresting world as Randy “Macho Man” Savage … Continue reading

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Early Thursday morning notes

– Other than my sleep schedule being completely out of whack, I’m recovering pretty well from the surgery. It’s certainly going to be interesting to get back to work at some point though, as typing will be a challenge. My … Continue reading

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My thoughts about a great man

As I was getting ready for my upcoming surgery this morning, I got a text that my grandpa is going to end his medical care and won’t last but a few more days. My great-grandfather lived to be 103 years … Continue reading

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