Sports: The MLB Playoff Race Continues the NFL Kaepernick Season Opens

Yesterday my wife and I visited Sun Trust park and watched the Red Sox, despite a shaky (but scoreless) performance from Nathan Evoaldi, take game one of their 3 game set with the Atlanta Braves 8-2. The game was much closer than the score would indicate and it wasn't until the Sox added two in … Continue reading Sports: The MLB Playoff Race Continues the NFL Kaepernick Season Opens

The NFL & Maxine Waters Kristin Gillibrand Gifts that Keeps Giving in Election 2018

OK you're the Democrats hoping to create a blue wave. You have spent two years insisting that Donald Trump is evil incarnate and last week the entire MSM and parts of the deep state have insisted that Donald Trump is a traitor but your message doesn't seem to be resonating with the voters in the … Continue reading The NFL & Maxine Waters Kristin Gillibrand Gifts that Keeps Giving in Election 2018

10 Thoughts Under the Fedora Trump/Kim Election 2018 DaTechGuy Blog Stats vs Subs & More

The Trump Kim summit is over and the reactions from the media have been varied, & the spin has already begun but even Joe Scarborough is admitting that this is a big deal: “I have to admit when I see these two people shaking hands I feel a sense of relief as do a lot … Continue reading 10 Thoughts Under the Fedora Trump/Kim Election 2018 DaTechGuy Blog Stats vs Subs & More

Cause and Effect Matt Light and the end of Kneeling Protests for the NFL

You might remember last week I wrote this about Matt Light, who after excoriating his New England Patriots for kneeling during the national anthem was voted into the Patriots Hall of Fame by the fans: While I don’t expect the league or the Patriots to acknowledge the part Light’s unequivocal response to those anthem protests … Continue reading Cause and Effect Matt Light and the end of Kneeling Protests for the NFL

Cause and Effect Eric Reed Edition or How DARE my actions have consequences

Eric Reed late of the San Francisco 49ers is outraged at the idea that actions have consequences: “The notion that I can be a great signing for your team for cheap, not because of my skill set but because I’ve protested systemic oppression, is ludicrous,” Reid tweeted Thursday. “If you think is [sic], then your … Continue reading Cause and Effect Eric Reed Edition or How DARE my actions have consequences

Standing for the flag 41 Protesting the flag 33 #NeverTrump hardest hit

As the city of Philadelphia celebrate their championship (and upcoming quarterback controversy)  and Patriots fans question the benching of Malcolm Butler and continue to whine about the Garoppolo trade in the wake of Superbowl 52 there is one aspect of the game that nobody is talking about, at least not yet. While the Patriots have … Continue reading Standing for the flag 41 Protesting the flag 33 #NeverTrump hardest hit

NFL: Let’s Listen Together…except to those AMVETS

Well that's one way to get people to talk about a game whose result everyone not living in Philly believes in a foregone conclusion. “Freedom of speech works both ways,” he said. “We respect the rights of those who choose to protest, as these rights are precisely what our members have fought — and in … Continue reading NFL: Let’s Listen Together…except to those AMVETS

Ok Digiorno, Pizza Hut what’s YOUR position on the NFL Protests?

There have been a lot of snark from a lot of Pizza companies about Papa John's statement concerning the NFL protests hurting their sales. Pizza Hut has bragged that their sales are up , Digiorno's frozen pizza has been trolling them and plenty of people on twitter have followed suit, but if you look at … Continue reading Ok Digiorno, Pizza Hut what’s YOUR position on the NFL Protests?

Papa John’s Says it Aloud (and Pizza Hut Confirms It)

For weeks our friends in media, particularly in the sports media have been doing all they can to make sure that the entire world knows that whatever is the cause of the drop in ratings for the NFL and the empty seats it definitely , positively and just plain isn't mostly connected to the players … Continue reading Papa John’s Says it Aloud (and Pizza Hut Confirms It)

The Statement I would have Given if I owned the Houston Texans

Good Afternoon. I'd like to address the controversy about remarks made by me at the owners meeting in New York two weeks ago. As all of you know the phrase I used has been in common parlance for decades and until I used it there had never been an issue with its usage before, but … Continue reading The Statement I would have Given if I owned the Houston Texans

NFL Players will feel these Protests for Years after their Six and Seven figure jobs are gone

One more point concerning the NFL protests. The NFL players might be OK with a less profitable league and a contract that might be smaller right now when they are making six and seven figures but they are forgetting something. The avg NFL players career is 3.3 years, for a pro-bowl caliber player that shoots … Continue reading NFL Players will feel these Protests for Years after their Six and Seven figure jobs are gone

Short an abject Apology to Fans No Meeting Will Solve the NFL’s Protest Problem

Yesterday I argued that the there was an actual reason why the San Francisco 49ers might as well sign Colin Kaepernick (2-10 last year as a starter) as they can't do any worse with him as they have been doing without him (0-6) but there is one other reason why it doesn't really matter anymore … Continue reading Short an abject Apology to Fans No Meeting Will Solve the NFL’s Protest Problem

Five Reasons Why San Francisco Should Re-sign that Dirtbag Colin Kaepernick

I'm not a fan of Colin Kaepernick or his protests.  I think he's a rich dirtbag fraud who has been pushed into this nonsense by his young lady and no concept of actual reality.  I think he's a proper object for a combination of pity for his ignorance and contempt for his actions.   Furthermore I've … Continue reading Five Reasons Why San Francisco Should Re-sign that Dirtbag Colin Kaepernick

Alejandro Villanueva NFL Products update

As I said a few weeks ago Alejandro Villanueva's T-shirt has become the new best seller around the NFL and the stories of this kept coming. Here was Kerry Picket's take Alejandro Villanueva, the lone football player on the Pittsburgh Steelers who stood during the national anthem Sunday while the rest of his team remained … Continue reading Alejandro Villanueva NFL Products update

Crazy Voices

Get out of here You crazy voice You’re the devil Not my Father Or some evil Flesh desire Let me be I am free Back in the dim and distant past known as last year, upon its rerelease yours truly wrote a review of contemporary Christian music pioneer Oden Fong’s 1979 classic record Come For … Continue reading Crazy Voices