I’m in an empty academic building (college seems like a series of breaks, themselves broken up by a few classes), in my empty classroom, watching what ended up being Syracuse head coach Scott Shafer’s last game as Syracuse head football coach. He was fired last night but will coach on Saturday against Boston College because [...]
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Michigan quarterback Jake Rudock is the least respected man in college football. He is rated, by most media scouting services, well behind lots of purportedly Great Players who don’t play all that great – including Ohio State’s [...]
Interview with Author Zach Bartels About His Book Re-Launch in which Ted Kluck Plays the Roles of Both Ted Kluck and Zachary BartelsNovember 10th, 2015 by admin
Ted: Zach, thanks for joining me today. So, you’re relaunching your latest novel The Last Con and, as such, people are blogging about it in such a way as to include links to the Amazon page for the book along with your name and some semi-provocative “get to know the author” type banter that will, ultimately, [...]
I recently re-watched half of the movie 500 Days of Summer with some college students. It’s a movie I remembered really enjoying in 2004 (it actually came out in 2009) in that it was very clever and broke the “romantic comedy” mold. I also really enjoyed this half of it but for different reasons.
What’s interesting [...]
Why I Love Raymond Reddington’s Character but also Why That Character Could Never Exist in Real Life in Light of Romans 1October 28th, 2015 by admin
I am newly addicted to The Blacklist, in which Raymond Reddington (portrayed ridiculously well by James Spader) is a hardened and very successful career criminal who seems to have a newly-acquired heart of gold. In short, Reddington (chief among criminals) avails himself to the FBI to aid in the catching/killing of other awful criminals for [...]