Daily Archives: Sunday, January 15, 2006

Why I don’t blog “24″

Why I don’t blog “24″: There is absolutely no reason to when Dave Barry live-blogs “24.” If you can stand the spoilers, it’s a must-read. Tomorrow, he’ll do his traditional recap. Actually, it was Dave Barry live-blogging it that got … Continue reading

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Back when obituaries were obituaries

Back when obituaries were obituaries: Commenting on my country music politicians trivia post yesterday, University of Tennessee Professor Robert Stepno informed me of yet another country-music politician, Robert Love (Fiddling Bob) Taylor, a three-time governor of Tennessee in the 1880s … Continue reading

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Public Service Announcement

Public Service Announcement: We interrupt this blog to bring a small segment of its readers an important announcement: If you’re a TiVo/DVR user and you think you’re all set to record tonight’s premiere of “24,” be aware that coverage of … Continue reading

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Agony of the feet

Agony of the feet: How close were the Colts to having their very-own version of January 8, 2000? However, the NFL’s all-time most accurate field goal kicker just shanked his shot at a miracle moment. Technorati Tags: nfl Related posts: … Continue reading

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How to spin an argument 2.0

How to spin an argument 2.0: It is interesting to compare how the CEO of Simon & Schuster uses an L.A. Times op-ed piece to spin what book publishers and the author’s guild want us to believe what Google is … Continue reading

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