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There's always sunshine at the end of the tunnel

September 22, 2009


Since 2007, this blog has been a sounding board for my thoughts¬†on Southern culture, especially my two favorite topics, girls and sports. And to say the least, the tone of this blog has been more humorous than serious over the years. But what I had gone through on Saturday and Sunday, is something that showed […]

Transitions and things

July 27, 2009


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 […]

Fear the Astros, for they are dangerous

July 20, 2009


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 […]

The final act…………

December 28, 2008


At this time tomorrow afternoon, I will be among hundreds of college students in Atlanta for a conference called Unveiled ’08 which will last until the first Friday of the New Year, so there won’t be any more columns from me in the year that was 2008. I have grown up so much with blog, […]

1,000 friends by the summer's end?

July 1, 2008


Normally during summer vacation, I make some dumb goal up to acheive. One year it was to hit three homers in both ends of a doubleheader, which I did the summer before I graduated from high school in my old neighborhood. Another one was to talk to at least one girl from each of Tennessee’s […]

Mr. Bisher, you just gave me an idea

November 22, 2007


Last year at this time, I was writing about how thankful I was for the awesome year I had, ranging from the chocolate cutie to the Cardinals’ world championship. But after reading the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Furman Bisher’s piece a few minutes ago, I came up with something similar to help you and yours celebrate Thanksgiving. […]