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“And all the nights magic seems to whisper and hush And all the soft moonlight seems to shine in your blush.”— Van Morrison
Oh, I’ve always been a Phil Mickelson fan.
Injuries, no injuries, lawsuits, no lawsuits, against rookie phenoms…The Dodgers are (to borrow a term from another generation) trucking!
Last Add Dodgers: Matt Kemp…you are killing me.
On Monday Anthony White…former Rosemead star, assistant, and Temple City head coach…turned 32. How can that guy only be 32? Maybe its his name, maybe its his travels but White, now HC at Buena Park, seems like he has been around forever.
Keyshawn Johnson turning 41 on the same day…now that’s reasonable, I can understand that.
Last Add Mickelson: “The object of golf is not just to win. It is to play like a gentleman, and win.”
Am I the only one that wants Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez to just go away already….
Here’s a question who gets to the Hall of Fame first Pete Rose and/or Shoeless Joe Jackson (can’t let one in without the other)…or guys like Rodriguez and his cohorts from the steroid era.
I wonder what Johnny Blue State has to say about that.
A lot of teams are on dead period right now…
“Dolphins are just gay sharks.”—Jay Mohr on his Monday radio show. I guess that’s cool, as long as Brent Musburger doesn’t say it.
Interesting fallout after CIF denied former San Dimas running back Jake Payton’s transfer to Upland. Let me rephrase…the transfer is okay, he’s just not eligible to play football.
I’ve had my disagreements with CIF on how they handle the geography of placing teams here and there…but in this case, as well as the Noodles Hull WestCo/Diamond Bar case…what else could CIF have done.
If a kid is running from Blair…then let him run as fast as he can and say “Amen”…But when a kid leaves Charter Oak, San Dimas, West Covina it is usually because somebody else is planting seeds of avarice into their heads.
I could get used to a place like Arroyo Grande.
Jaromir Jagr, 41, signed a one year deal to play for the New Jersey Devils this coming fall. This guy broke in when he was 18 back in 1990…Do you remember what you were doing in 1990? How many of you were alive in 1990?
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