Monthly Archives: December 2011

Some thoughts at the end of 2011


It is two days early, perhaps, to write an end-of-the-year-blog, but since I won’t have computer access for the next four days, it is now or never (or the 3rd). First to answer one question in the search terms – … Continue reading

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A few rambles


College Bowls:  I am presently at 5/3, five won.  So is my friend here.  Today/night we have a split, so tomorrow one of us is going to be 7/3 and the other 6/4.  I chose Purdue, he chose W. Mich. … Continue reading

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For the holidays


It is time for me to get away from the computer for the next four days (office is closed, so no access).  To bring you up to date on my football choices, so far I have had two correct and … Continue reading

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The Heisman


I was as surprised as anybody to see Robert Griffin III win the Heisman (well, maybe not everyone was surprised).  He was my choice.  He was not my prediction.  So I am happy, though I might feel sorry for Andrew … Continue reading

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Last night sports awards (12/8/11)


Well, Robert Griffin III got the Davy O’Brien award, Andrew got the Maxwell Award, and the Freddie (Biletnikof) award went to the same guy from Oklahoma State that won last year.  Sorry, name slips me.  I forgot about the Ray … Continue reading

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Heisman, Biletnikof, and Bowls


It’s that time of year, college football season almost over, and awards this coming Saturday night.  Now last year, Kellan Moore was my second choice for the Heisman, but I wanted Cam Newton to win.  Which he did.  So Kellan … Continue reading

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Writing classes II


A weird thing happened to me this week, and from a source I never expected.  I was accused to trying to take everything over, and that people weren’t coming to events here because I intimidated them.  It really shocked me, … Continue reading

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