Monthly Archives: April 2012

Perception v. Reality: Analyzing the Unknown is a Lost Art – Nobody can Find it

The other night, a tweet from Sports Illustrated’s Peter King irritated me more than any tweets generally do. I mean, it’s twitter, why get irritated over something so inconsequential? My irritation at King’s tweet is likely just a peaking of … Continue reading

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Professional Sports: The Greatest Black Hole on the Market

This should be the least popular piece of writing I ever do amongst my regular readers. I am a massive sports fan. I love them. I love the competitiveness, the drama, the talent, the drama, the story-lines, the drama, the … Continue reading

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