Monthly Archives: August 2017

So This Is What Capitulation Looks Like

The Royals were shut out for the fourth game in a row last night, losing 12-0 to Tampa Bay. They set a modern day record for consecutive scoreless innings at 43. Way to go fellas. Your quest for the post … Continue reading

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One For The Books

I found this little gem at a Goodwill Store in Omaha for 65 cents. Joe Queenan has written an entire book about his love of books and reading and it is surprisingly interesting. It helps that he harks back to … Continue reading

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That Sinking Feeling

The St. Louis Cardinals rained fire and fury on the Royals this week, sweeping a four game series. The Cardinals hit grand slams in the late innings of games 3 and 4, leaving the Royals relief corps in shock. Just … Continue reading

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The Accidental life

On the surface a memoir by a magazine editor does not sound particularly intriguing but this editor is well known in the business and he has known, worked and partied with some interesting characters. Hunter Thompson, Jim Harrison, George Plimpton, … Continue reading

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Steve Jobs

This is hands down the best biography I have read about anyone, ever.┬áSteve Jobs was a genius, no plausible argument can be made to the contrary. His place in the history of American business innovation is equal to that of … Continue reading

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Still In The Hunt

The Royals had been on a nice run until they sauntered into Baltimore on Monday and got rolled by the Orioles, which is what typically happens to them at Camden Yards. Joakim Soria blew his seventh save in the ninth … Continue reading

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