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Changing the Laundry

By: josh q. public on: Thursday, February 24, 2011 @1:05 pm

Changing the LaundryAnd you may tell yourself, this is not my beautiful house!  And you may tell yourself, this is not my beautiful wife!  Same as it ever was…same as it ever was…same as it ever was.  -Talking Heads

Just a quick one today.  Quick as a licorice stick one today.  Quick as a mouse click one today.  Today, the good folks over at Ed The Sports Fan posted a lamentation entitled When Your Favorite Player Gets Traded.  He said stuff like, “There’s nothing worse that can happen to a fan than when that fan’s favorite player…gets traded.”  In light of this, and in light of the recent moves that sent Melo to the Knicks and Deron Williams to the Nets, I got to thinking.  I got to thinking  that so many times in sports, guys have ended up in uniforms they just don’t belong in.  Uniforms they just look wrong in.  Here are a few that I never got used to:           Read More »

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Colton Playing Like Bobby

By: josh q. public on: Wednesday, October 27, 2010 @12:53 pm

Colton Playing Like Bobby

Yes, I’m a lover not a fighter.  Yes, I’m a lover not a fighter.  And I’m really built for speed.  I’m really built for speed.  -The Kinks

Public Service Announcement:  Ok, here we go!  Colton Orr is better known for his fighting than his shooting.  That may be so, but last night, he  scored the winner winner chicken dinner for the Maple Leafs in their 3-1 victory over the Panthers.   Hooray Colton Orr!  Sure it was ugly.  Sure, he plowed  over Panthers goaltender Scott Clemmensen.  But know this Hockey Krishnas:  It was Orr’s second goal in eight games this season; he also scored at Pittsburgh on October 13.  Though no one will ever confuse him with his namesake, Bobby Orr, it’s worth noting that October 2010 is the first calendar month in which Colton has scored more than one goal in his 335-game NHL career.  That’s something, ain’t it?  Sure it is.

Public Spectacle:

Peace out homies.  Six two and Even!

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FOURth of July: Famous Sports Fours

By: josh q. public on: Sunday, July 4, 2010 @9:00 am

FOURth of July: Famous Sports Fours Sandy, the fireworks are hailin’ over Little Eden tonight.  Forcin’ a light, into all those stoned-out faces left stranded on this Fourth of July.  -Bruce Springsteen

Public Service Announcement: Ok, here we go!  4th of July baby, 4th of July.  I’m a Red Sox Doodle Dandy.  Red Sox Doodle do or die.  A real live nephew of my Unlce Sam.  I was born on the 4th of July.  Yup, Independence Day folks.  So say goodbye, it’s Independence Day.  It’s Independence Day all down the line.  Just say goodbye it’s Independence Day.  It’s Independence Day this time.  Yesiree, Independence Day.  Fourth of Joo-ly.  What better way to celebrate than to look back at some other famous fours.  Some Gang of Fours.  Some Figure Fours.  Some Fantastic Fours.  Some Fab Fours.  So without any further ado, Happy FOURth of Joo-ly!     Read More »

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Happy Mother’s Day Arva Orr

By: josh q. public on: Sunday, May 10, 2009 @12:15 pm

To all the mother’s in the house. The mothers, the mothers. Hey mothers in the house I’m calling out to ya. There’s never been a city kid truer or Bruiner. My favorite Mother’s Day story. May 10, 1970. A fan sitting behind the St. Louis Blues’ goal is holding a sign that says “Happy Mother’s Day Mrs. Orr.” Bobby’s mother had traveled to Boston from her home in Canada for this game. Bobby did not disappoint. Forty seconds into sudden death overtime, Orr takes a pass from Derek Sanderson and knocks in the game-winner winner chicken dinner. Just after he shoots, Noel Picard hooks Orr’s skate and Orr goes airborne. He scored his famous high flying, electrifying, death defying goal in overtime on Mother’s Day to win the 1970 Stanley Cup. I am, I am Superman. And I can do anything.

Happy Mother’s Day. Six two and even!

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The Price Of Greatness

By: josh q. public on: Wednesday, April 15, 2009 @12:30 pm

Bobby Orr:

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Happy Mother’s Day Arva Orr

By: josh q. public on: Sunday, May 11, 2008 @12:54 pm

And all you other mother’s out there. May 10, 1970. A fan sitting behind the Blues’ goal is holding a sign that says “Happy Mother’s Day Mrs. Orr.” Bobby’s mother had traveled to Boston from her home in Canada for this game. Bobby did not disappoint. Forty seconds into sudden death overtime, Orr takes a pass from Derek Sanderson and knocks in the game-winner winner chicken dinner. Just after he shoots, Noel Picard hooks Orr’s skate and Orr goes airborne. He scored his famous high flying, electrifying, death defying goal in overtime on Mother’s Day to win the 1970 Stanley Cup. I am, I am Superman. And I can do anything.

Peace Out Homies. Six Two and Even!

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The Big Bad Bruins

By: josh q. public on: Saturday, March 15, 2008 @9:41 pm

The Big Bad BruinsPublic Service Announcement:  Ok, here we go!  Hockey Talk.  No Puddy, no Devils’ talk.  No supporting the team.  Although Martin Brodeur may be the best goalie there’s ever been.  The best we’ve ever seen.  Better than Orson Bean.  But no.  I watched some highlights today.  Some hockey highlights today.  Some Big Bad Bruins hockey highlights today.  I watched the Big Bad Bruins stick it to the Philadelphia Flyers.  Stuck it to ‘em real good like.  The Big Bad Bruins stuck it to the Philadelphia Flyers in overtime.  Good old fashioned hockey.  Bobby Clarke hockey.  Even wore the throwbacks.  Whenever I see those old Bruin uni’s I think of one thing and one thing only.  That music.  You know the music.  New York, London, Paris, Munich.  Everybody talk about, pop musik.  That Channel 38 music. That Fred Cusick music.  It kind of goes a little something like this:

 

 

 Peace out homies.  Six Two and Even!

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