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Yankees’ Brass Meets; No Decision Yet

Written by Jason Singer on . Posted in Posts, Sports

In a meeting that has received more attention than most G8 summits, The New York Yankees’ top executives gathered yesterday in Tampa to decide the fate of manager Joe Torre. What did they decide? Absolutely nothing, of course. (Come to think of it, that actually sounds about as productive as a G8 summit). Meanwhile, possible [&hellip
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Monday Night Mayhem

Written by Jason Singer on . Posted in Posts, Sports

The Atlanta Falcons have had their share of problems this year. In the offseason, their star quarterback spent his time murdering dogs; maybe you heard about this, maybe you didn’t. Next, their star cornerback went Chris Bridges on head coach Bobby Petrino, berating him on national television. Then last week, the team lost Wayne Gandy—the [&hellip
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Jets Crash & Burn

Written by Jason Singer on . Posted in Posts, Sports

During yesterday’s home game against the Philadelphia Eagles, the New York Jets wore the throwback navy and gold uniforms of the their previous incarnation, the New York Titans. In the fourth quarter, however, they still shrunk like the regular old Jets teams, withering under the pressure like little flowers in the desert sun. But Sunday’s [&hellip
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Canadian Crush

Written by Jason Singer on . Posted in Posts, Sports

Canada has never been very good at anything. Sure, their Eskimos make pretty good igloos and sure, their provinces would be great for Scrabble if proper nouns were allowed (Saskatchewan and Quebec, anyone?), but other than that, Canada’s quite lame. Except, of course, for hockey, and the Toronto Maple Leafs did their best to keep [&hellip
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