Not alot of surprises under the fedora today I'm typing this on Monday at my favorite lunch place that had CNN on one of their TV with no sound. They as you might guess are talking about the two shooters in Dayton and El Paso. Whenever they mention the El Paso shooter the bar at … Continue reading CNN on Shootings, Volleyball on TV, Brady on the Pats, debate question and rabbits No surprises under the fedora
For the next three days I'm going to be flat out. Fr. Stephen Imbarrato of Priests for life who you've seen hosting EWTN's series Defending life, will be doing several events in several cities for WQPH 89.3 and I'll be covering him and those who attend the various, events, masses and dinners over Divine Mercy Sunday. You … Continue reading 10 Thoughts Under my Fedora Fr Imbarrato with WQPH , Jake Tapper, Coulter vs Berkeley and more
There has been a lot of talk about who is more important Brady or Belichick as the Patriots, much to the delight of New Englanders and the dismay of the Anti-Trump crowd (excepting those in NE that is) reach their 7th Superbowl, but if you really want to understand how much Brady & Belichick each … Continue reading Brady + Belichick = Stengel + Berra
Just under a year ago, before his suspension was overturned I wrote about how Tom Brady's suspension had a huge silver lining for the Patriots: First of all Tom Brady is 37 years old, while he is arguably the greatest quarterback in NFL history even the greatest gets old and the toll of 15 seasons … Continue reading Tom Brady Suspension Reinstated the same silver lining as before
There were two stories in the news from Boston concerning Sport figures, and their proper behavior. First championships already won and Bruins Goalie Tim Thomas. The Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins visited the White House today to be honored by President Barack Obama, but the team's star goaltender declined to attend for poltical reasons. I … Continue reading Protocols and sports Boston edition
I saw the last quarter of the Pats Bills game and couldn't believe my eyes: With a 5 point lead and possession and 2:10 on the clock even I know to take the knee in the end zone and make the pats use the time outs and stop the team defensively, particularly when my quarterback … Continue reading I’m no football expert; is Leodis McKelvin?