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Ward and Peace Wednesday: NFL Playoffs, Matt Harvey, and the Longest MTM Post Ever Published

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NEW YORK, NY – That loud hissing sound you’re hearing is all the air being let out of the “Holiday Season” balloon. Hope everyone had a great Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Boxing Day, New Years, whatever. To paraphrase Billy Shakespeare: Now is the winter of our discontent. Here in the Northeast, and particularly in New York, the […]

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Blowing Off Steam: Paris, Normalcy and Free NFL Picks

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SOUTH JERSEY –  There is something more pressing on my mind in the wake of this Friday night’s terrorist acts, than managing an even record last week on the free NFL picks. “Cowardly,” is the only word to describe a bunch of pieces of sh*t who must resort to killing innocent people in the name […]

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Shakespeare, Kipling and Nixon Predict Bright Mets Future

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FLUSHING, NY – Oh, there’s got to be a morning after… and for Mets fans, the hangover will peak days from now but the interim walk of shame is mercifully short, seeing as you spent the night at home anyway. Many sincere condolences are in order, but I’d rather light a candle than curse the […]

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DEVOURING TIME, BLUNT THOU THE LION’S PAWS

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by West Coast Craig Avon — That’s right, I’m throwing a little Shakespeare at y’all this morning. This year’s Masters had already plucked the keen teeth from the fierce Tiger’s jaws, the earth (well, bunker) devoured the approach shot of Chad Campbell on the first playoff hole, and burned the long iron shot of Phil…but […]

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