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Last season, my Lightning were electrifying Stanley Cup finals contestants. This year? Let’s just say I had to scroll quite a while to find them listed in the NHL rankings. *sigh* Apparently I am destined to never see my hockey … Continue reading
You have your classic, run-of-the-mill, bad football playing. And then, in its extreme form, you have how the Steelers played Saturday night against the Ravens. I almost ran out of curse words before that game mercifully ended. It’s like the … Continue reading
I was nervous about the Steelers game last night against the Bengals, because my Steelers have been so inconsistent. I had no idea which team was going to burst out of that locker room: the one that disastrously and embarrassingly … Continue reading
In my old age (as a point of reference, anything after 30 has felt old), staying up until midnight to watch a football game rarely happens. I will watch until I start yawning, then head to bed, figuring I’ll catch … Continue reading
My fundamental concept of feminism is that your well being is significantly enhanced by not assuming you can step on me because I am female. You are welcome to try, but the consequences are your full responsibility. So when I … Continue reading
At long last, my Pittsburgh Steelers football season is in full swing! I didn’t get to see their tenuous victory over the Browns last week, so I was hyper-excited to watch them take on the Ravens last night. Turns out … Continue reading
After Florida State University won the national championship game, Jameis Winston, FSU’s quarterback, was interviewed. At some time during or soon after this interview, Dee Dee McCarron, the mother of University of Alabama’s quarterback, AJ McCarron, tweeted, “Am I listening … Continue reading