Monthly Archive: September, 2012

You Can’t Spell Upset Without An Asterick [TeeCoZee’s NFL Roundup 2012 Week 3]

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When I looked at the schedule for week 3, I couldn’t help but roll my eyes and groan. Nearly every game was a grotesque mis-match. It seemed all too predictable. So naturally, I… Continue reading

Searching For Jeffery Fisher [TeeCoZee’s NFL Roundup 2012 Week 2]

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Just as I had predicted, another scandal broke loose with the scab refs. Hours before the Saints-Panthers bloodfest, the NFL made the decision to pull out line judge, Brian Stropolo. Apparently, he had… Continue reading

Phantom Songs: Katrina & The Waves – “Walking On Sunshine”

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Phantom Songs is an ongoing series of musical pieces that you can’t quite put your finger on. You have most definitely heard the song before, but are most likely not able to pinpoint… Continue reading

24 Lessons That I Have Learned In The Past Year

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1) Some nights, sleep will come. Other nights, it won’t. Accept it. This feels especially true right now, as the previous sentence was written on a sleepless night. There are times when there… Continue reading

Phantom Songs: Chuck Mangione – “Feels So Good”

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Phantom Songs is an ongoing series of musical pieces that you can’t quite put your finger on. You have most definitely heard the song before, but are most likely not able to pinpoint… Continue reading

Album Review: “Made of Marble Pt 2” by Marble Mummy

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2010 was a ridiculous year for Marble Mummy [birth name Erik Gustafson]. After compiling a decades worth of homemade beats onto one album, he was also able to come out with two 20+… Continue reading

Lombardi: A Broadway Review

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Using Football as the subject of a Broadway show is about as useful as an air conditioner in the dead of winter. This production has no theatrical twists to strike a general interest:… Continue reading

Prelude to becoming Lost Children

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The lost children stare out of their shoe box as we blankly watch this show we call life, playing one another for the world to see. Eating mouthfuls of joy to keep us… Continue reading

Career of Peter Horak, 1976-1999

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Peter Horak’s career, 23, died eleven years ago on Friday, July 30th, 1999 in cinemas around the country. It was born in 1976 to Peter Horak, Hollywood stunt coordinator of such action classics… Continue reading

Phantom Songs: Scatman John – “Scatman”

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Phantom Songs is an ongoing series of musical pieces that you can’t quite put your finger on. You have most definitely heard the song before, but are most likely not able to pinpoint… Continue reading