Category Archive: Football For Supper

Vice Tax or: How David Paterson Learned To Stop Worrying and Love Attacking The Weak

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In this day and age, it’s hard to live anywhere. Florida is filling up with more criminals than geezers. In Michigan, you can’t even find a job if you started your own business.… Continue reading

From My Heart In Bed-Stuy

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The breeze feels cool again. It’ll breathe a few more breaths before I finish this sentence. I look up, and see nothing but a sea of green. The sky is clear, and the… Continue reading

The Name of This Sentence Is New Feeling, and That’s What It’s About

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It’s not yesterday anymore, but if it was, it still wouldn’t be and even though I feel different, the world around me is still the same and it seems to be all a… Continue reading

The KFC Doubledown: A Review You Didn’t Need To See

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When it comes to innovation, everyone wants a piece of the pie. We as humans can’t help but to succumb to our needless drive to improve things that aren’t broken or flawed. For… Continue reading

The Problem With 3-D: The Start of a Hate Bandwagon

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Everybody loves a good fad. It’s something that pulls us out of our everyday existence, and makes us care about something that ultimately won’t matter years from now. Typically, fads are harmless. There… Continue reading

23 Observations Used In Attempt To Tell My Life Story, In No Particular Order

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I- When I was young [young enough to have an active imagination but not old enough to form any logic out of it] I would always pretend that I was someone else. There… Continue reading

An Awkward, Heartfelt, and Probably An Extremely Personal Account On Valentines Day

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When I was in 9th grade, our teacher, who should not have been teaching, required us all to write poems for Valentines Day. Since I had no feeling in my soul, I decided… Continue reading

I’m Not Here Looking For Trouble, But A Shuffle Will Occur [TeeCoZee’s Super Bowl XLIV Roundup]

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Today marks the start of a terrible era in my life, one that occurs every year. The NFL season ends, usually on a dry note, and I am left with nothing to do… Continue reading

Roscoe’s Thoughts on the Spectacle

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First off, while I’m not a rabid fan of any particular NFL franchise, I do enjoy the occasional football game, and have no problem sitting down and watching the Super Bowl with some… Continue reading

What Do We Know About Partying, Or Anything Else? [TeeCoZee’s Pro Bowl Roundup]

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One more week, and I can stop talking about football. I’m sure you all will be quite happy when this day comes. This second to last roundup will be a complete joke, as… Continue reading