Jay, double checked the 5 at 10 yesterday and for Tuesday and did not see anything on this. Since I don't get to listen to the radio show at work (for obvious reasons), what was Russ' response to my inquiries?
Also, good thing you're in Augusta just like I'm in Dallas. Apparently the Scenic City is about to get ugly. I'll say this much, I'll give mad props to anyone showing up April 26th cosplaying as Jake, Elwood, Captain America, and Indiana Jones (the Rushmore against out of town stupidity).
Jay, Heffie was playing auto clips of said milestone. However, I was still less then -1 at the time. Heck, I wouldn't even be a zygote until four months later from the event in reference.
Regarding the one and dones, I know you've covered this repeatedly but I still sent you some DMN love your way which should hit your mailbox tomorrow at the earliest.
Question(s) for Russ: With repeated reports that the linebacker corps is paper thin, what plans are being put into play to have this link strengthened by the time the season starts.
Follow-up: I also read the fact the offensive line is working at a much higher tempo then in seasons past which becoming more commonplace in the game. Will this new up tempo help the offense against the more stronger opponents this year or is there potential for an error-laden offense?
Ferris Bueller did make a brief appearance on the small screen. However, it couldn't hold a candle to my favorite parody of the FB storyline which was Parker Lewis Can't Lose. I was in high school during the show's original broadcast run and I also went to school with Jason Tucker (of Red Bank fame) who everyone saw as Kubiack from the show. Except unlike Kubiack he was very above average intelligence (made the Times-Free Press All Academic team three years if I recall).
Also, for those who tune into FX, Fargo is apparently going to be making the jump to the small screen to. No word as if a certain school will make a cameo appearance which UTC is destined go all Attack on Titan on (believe it).
Phillies almost had a sweep last night. Then my friend Jeff (not Styles) posted a Facebook Message of the come-from-behind at the bottom of the ninth.
Anyway, picked up a DMN and the front page has an expose looking into the ramafacations of the one and done rule. Interesting read. I'll have that mailed out to you sometime tomorrow or Saturday.
Chase - Already know about Don's retirement. I don't recall saying I was fan of any midday news program. Also, knew about Daryll but this is all inevitable. Right now Paul Beryes and Cindy Sexton are close to being some of the last on-air personalities who have been on the air since I was in single digits. ):
Jay - You're welcome. :P But it could work.
Regarding Tiger's absence: At this time in his career, he's already in the been-there, done that catagory regarding his legacy. He's forever linked with Palmer and Nicklaus for best of the best. Yeah, the ratings may take a small spike but CBS or whoever provides coverage is still going to be in the black.
Not that it matters, but is Steven Fox completely off the grid? I just really hate to imagine him as the Wang Chung of professional golf. ):
"It also is worth mentioning that our president Jason Taylor is always looking for ways to continue the growth of this event and all the TFP presentations."
What about comic/animation expo that rivals Dallas and San Diego Comic Con? I figured "he" can use all those "millions and millions" of dollars generated from the TFP payscreen to bring in the kind of celebraties that ConNooga and Anime Blast do not have the scratch for. Examples would be Stan Lee, Mike and Bryan (from Avatar: The Last Airbender/Legand of Korra fame), Jason David Frank (aka the Green and White Rangers), William Shatner (SALLLLLLLLL!!!!!), Chris Evans (Captain America), Rooster Teeth, and so on.
"We think that's a great idea!" said nobody at the Times Free Press staffing office.
Buster Keaton is in a league of his own. I've seen film clips where basically he was doing parfor-like stunts DECADES before anyone knew what parfor was.
u_u And I thought losing to the Phillies 11-14 yesterday was bad. I didn't even hear about this until just now. Yeah, that is embarassing. I commend though Rangers Ballpark for at least trying to make an effort to clean that up even though the PR damage was already done. No fault of their own but come on North Texas! Would you do that on someone's tombstone? (which in my opinion is no different)
Nothing related locally in the 423. But here in the 972 ALL local media was covering today being the first home game down yonder on I-30 against the Phillies.
Sadly, it's an afternoon game so I'll be here helping No Speaka Da English find her order. I really need a better job.
Anyway, Rangers ball is back. God bless us, everyone.
OG- Not discrediting you but I thought he did something like a freelance match somewhere in Indiana that was only photographed but not filmed? Just asking to refresh my memory.