Bag of Randomness
- About three, maybe four years ago, I developed a friendship with a Philly sports fan. He came up with the idea of starting a friendly bet that when the Cowboys and Eagles play their first matchup of the season, the loser has to post a pic of the winner’s choosing on his blog. Somehow the Cowboys have one that first match since this bet started, but finally they lost and now I’m paying up. I thought the Cliff Lee picture was a nice touch, albeit a bit of salt to the wound. 😉
- It’s interesting how both Lou Gehrig and Brett Favre’s streaks both end in Detroit.
- I was surprised that the folks at Ford Field went as far as painting the Viking’s logo on midfield and the end zones.
- NBC got some heat for not using the flex-schedule to move the Eagles/Cowboys game out of prime time since the Cowboys are not a playoff contending team. Turns out NBC knew what it was doing because it set a rating record.
- I think the Jets did the only thing they could do regarding their “tripping coach” by suspending him the rest of the season.
- While leaving a restaurant with both WifeGeeding and BabyGeeding over the weekend a stranger wished us a happy first Christmas. I thought that was awfully nice, but informed him we were Jewish.
- That story is true except for that Jewish part.
- The thought just occurred to me that an NFL that I despise might just win a Super Bowl on my home turf. Grrrr.
- The folks in the area are just thankful that Cliff Lee didn’t sign with the Yankees.
- A pastor friend of mine was playfully suggesting (at least I thought he was playfully suggesting) that Holiday Inn should change their name to Christmas Inn.
- I’m thinking an average salary for a local veteran television reporter is about $129,000. That was the amount Rebecca Aguilar was making before she was canned by Fox4. Link
- Mario in the lava burn ward
- Chernobyl tours?
- Inside the World’s Smallest Solar-Powered Movie Theater
- More Protestant churches feel economic pain
- When I saw this picture of Robert DeNiro I thought it was Jon Hamm.
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