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Breaking down the Nashville-Memphis rivalry

August 31, 2009

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In an episode of “The Simpsons”, Lisa brings up the intense rivalry between the cities of Springfield and Shelbyville and calls it pointless. “They built a mini mall, so we built a bigger mini mall,” referring to when Shelbyville constructed their mini mall and avoiding the notion of being outdone by Shelbyville, Springfield decides to […]

Too bad it's not 2006 again………….

August 30, 2009

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The one thing that was missing from my debut book about the Memphis Redbirds and the fun I had being an intern as broadcaster for Fantasy Radio was the excitement of a pennant race that involved the Redbirds. Fact is, the only exciting things for that season was the return of a girl (pictured on […]

Too bad it's not 2006 again………….

August 30, 2009

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The one thing that was missing from my debut book about the Memphis Redbirds and the fun I had being an intern as broadcaster for Fantasy Radio was the excitement of a pennant race that involved the Redbirds. Fact is, the only exciting things for that season was the return of a girl (pictured on […]

CBU Volleyball 101

August 29, 2009

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The cool thing about being at CBU, as opposed to being at Crichton, is that all the athletic events are held on campus, meaning that instead of having everything spaced out, the student body and members of the community can rally behind the program. This morning’s match between the Lady Bucs and the Northwest Missouri […]

Met fans, I feel your pain

August 29, 2009

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When I was in the Fan Radio booth during the summers of 2005 and 2006, I spent much of my time trying to be “that guy” on the microphone. Instead of being my own person and having the same small-town Illinois accent that I’ve carried since childhood, I tried to be a mixture of Wayne […]

There are hot chicks in Canada

August 28, 2009

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Video is the proof. Have a great weekend!!!!!

Prayers for Dr. Walker

August 28, 2009

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Ok, I admit, I was (and still to some sense) peeved at the disintergration of what could have been a year to remember at Crichton, however the peeve that I have was never with the students or the faculty and staff. It was the adminstration who bungled things, leaving us to either risk having our […]