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About that gaffe…………

July 29, 2009

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On Tuesday morning, one of my friends posted something on my Facebook wall less than 36 hours after the Cubs regained first place, therefore knocking the Cardinals out of first place, something that hasn’t happened this late in a season since 1936, when the Cardinals finished 87-67, 5 games behind the New York Giants. “Hopefully, […]

Mets are just a joke of a franchise

July 28, 2009

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Almost twenty years ago, the New York Mets became the subject of a book called The Worst Team Money Could Buy, reflecting on the Met teams of the 90’s with players like David Cone, Vince Coleman, Bobby Bonilla, and Darryl Boston. Safe to say, ineptness has been part of the Mets franchise for almost 50 […]

Transitions and things

July 27, 2009

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The gang after the Fellowship Memphis cookout 1st row: Mary Gibson, Paula Ortega,  Ana Malone, Molly Doud, Jaki Walker, Shantell Robbins, Bradley Sparks 2nd row: Phillip Edwards, Jamie Bowman, Christina Adams, Jeffrey Howard, Marcus Jones, Ryne E. Hancock, Blake Allen 3rd row: Justin Pocta, Zack Harmon At this time last year, I was working as […]

Praying for Antonio Burks

July 21, 2009

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Last night in South Memphis, former Tiger Antonio Burks was shot while watching a dice game and is currently in critical condition at the Med in Downtown Memphis. Burks played for the Tigers from 2001 to 2004, leading the Tigers to the 2003 and 2004 NCAA Tournaments and the 2002 NIT title. After playing for […]

What could have been

July 21, 2009

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While the first part of the fall semester will be filled with excitement for soccer and volleyball at Christian Brothers or any other college in Memphis, the gym and soccer fields will be silent this upcoming school year for Crichton College. When the school decided originally to switch to a night program, it meant that […]

Fear the Astros, for they are dangerous

July 20, 2009

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As a Cardinal fan, I really don’t have that much disdain for the Houston Astros, only if they beat us in the postseason, which they did back in 2005 in the final season at Old Busch or tie us for the division title, which was done in Mark McGwire’s final season in 2001. There’s not […]

Pics from celebration service

July 20, 2009

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On yesterday, I officially became a member of Fellowship Memphis. Whenever I had my camera at church, I never took that many pictures during the service, mainly because I didn’t want to disrespect God nor distract the people around me, but on yesterday, I made an exception. Ben Parkinson addressing the congregation during the dedication […]