June 16, 2014

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“SHUCKS”

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      It’s been a long time since my last blog entry; unfortunately, it took such a painful occurrence to reunite me with something I once enjoyed. I decided to release my thoughts via my blog because my initial thought was not to upset so many others directly with a Facebook post. I try […]

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August 1, 2013

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Wan 7:30 Night of Release

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 “The basketball court is a sanctuary”, now a cliché in the basketball universe, e.g., Kobe Bryant‘s NBA season in 2005-06 after the rape case. The basketball world had turned their backs on him. It was so bad Kobe reacted by throwing his teammate Shaquille O’neal under the bus (snitching) in a literal sense regarding extramarital affairs. Comedian Dave Chappelle joked […]

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August 13, 2012

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The Dream Team vs.The Real 2012 Men’s USA Basketball Team???

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This year marked the 20th anniversary of the original “Dream Team” winning gold at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona. And, in this time where sports debate is at an all-time high, it didn’t take long for the comparisons to begin. Old versus new, who would win? The speculation if the 92 Dream Team played the 2012 Team USA was fueled when member of 2012 […]

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February 21, 2012

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Thoughts of A Diehard Knicks Fan

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Back in 1991, while riding in the car with my father, an advertisement came on the radio about the Knicks first game of the season with their new head coach Pat Riley. I had no idea who Pat Riley was, no idea about his playing career with the Knicks or his two championships with the “Showtime” Los Angeles […]

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December 14, 2011

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Next Top Role Model

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Eleven girls were suspended from Kenmore East High School in Buffalo, NY, for using the word “Nigger” in pre-game chants. On December 2, 2011, 15 year-old Tyra Batts (picture above), a player on the Girls Basketball team at Kenmore East High School heard the chant for the first time and took offense to it.  This is […]

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December 13, 2011

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Just Fine and Sandy?!?!

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Former Offensive Assistant for Penn State Football Team, Jerry Sandusky, (left) and the recently fired Syracuse Assistant Basketball Coach, Bernie Fine, (right) have casted dark clouds over each of their former universities. Not too long after Sandusky was arrested for sex abuse (story details here), a story aired on ESPN’s Outside The Lines about Bernie […]

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November 10, 2011

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JOe PaterNO Fired!!! Students Occupy Penn State

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After 62 years, a legacy has ended at Penn State. The most winningest coach in division one college football, Joe Paterno has been fired. Paterno was the head coach for 45 years at Penn State, and had only 3 games left in this current season, but the current sexual abuse case that occurred right under his nose in […]

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October 12, 2011

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Day 2…. Occupy Wall St. Migrate then March

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On the Friday, the big news about Occupy Wall Street was that they were running out of room at their original location, and that some protesters would be moving to Washington Square Park. After seeing how crowded Zucotti Park was on Saturday, I can now fully understand their decision. I arrived at Washington Square Park around 4:15P.M., and overheard a protester whom […]

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October 1, 2011

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Day 1 at Occupy Wall Street

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Propaganda, politics, the poor population, police, pepper spray, and a whole lot of pissed off people protesting who have hopes of progress. Occupy Wall Street, yesterday, posted on their website that Radiohead would be performing down in the Wall Street area at 4PM…. That didn’t happen, and as I begun to realized that the conscious population may have been […]

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September 22, 2011

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When Murder is Cheaper than Justice!!!

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Ten years and ten days later, September, has now become a month too well-known for unwarranted deaths and tragedies in the history of the United States. Two days ago, Troy Davis was executed, an execution that caused a nationwide outcry in opposition causing hundreds of thousands to join together in protest. Some people out there […]

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