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The Joy of Painting, NHL Hockey Saves Day, Mets Ruin Subway Series

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – My mind is cluttered and that’s never beneficial if you have to get thoughts out to post something for this website. So it’s a bit after three in the afternoon and I’m watching the late Bob Ross and his narcoleptic voice is making me feel somewhat better. Man, that guy could control […]

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Jonathan Isaac, Slim Sabathia, MLB Alternate Programming

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COVID BUBBLE, FL – The out-of-whack continues to permeate the air of Zombie Apocalypse Earth. Before the asteroid hits, let’s get to today’s topics: Jonathan Isaac, Slim Sabathia, MLB Alternate Programming Jonathan Isaac stood for The National Anthem. That is now a gasp-inducing headline in our topsy-turvy world. For those of you living in a […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: Hiding from ‘Rona in NHL Bubble, Yankees Pitching Problems

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STAMFORD, CT – Friday was my 10-year wedding anniversary. My wife and I both forgot. #2020. The big news is several thousand Florida Marlins tested positive and the baseball season is already in jeopardy. God, I’m sick of this crap. I really want to write about our inept government response on every level and the […]

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Deja Vu All Over Again For Mets Closer, Fans

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – I’m back from vacation and so is baseball, after the Covid-induced lay-off of all things sporty. It’s simply unbelievable that even in a pandemic, the more things change the more they stay the same. Why am I speaking in code? The New York Freaking Mets is why. Sitting in Brigantine on Friday […]

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Belmont Stakes, Earl Campbell, Bobby Orr, NHL Playoffs Covid Chaos

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SHOHOLA, PA – Saturday was a beautiful, three-hour escape from all things troubling in our world. A truncated 152nd running of the Belmont Stakes was run and a handful of other races were televised as well, albeit in the barren Long Island landscape that I’ve come to love over my lifetime. Anybody who knows me […]

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Improbable Comebacks from Worst Sports Injuries, Lou Gehrig & GOAT

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MOUNT SINAI – No, we’re not hosting today’s exchange from what is more commonly known as Jabal Musa – the mountain in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula. That’s the possible location of the biblical Mount Sinai, the place where Moses Malone received the Ten Commandments. Indeed, we are reporting [virtually] from the famed NYC hospital, as per […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Staring Down Summer Through the Eyes of My Brothers

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BRONX, NY – So, it’s not even half over yet, and already I have no problem crowning 2020 as the runaway winner of “Worst Year of My Life, So Far.” What an absolute sh!tshow. Even Rod Serling would be like, “C’mon guys, all of these things at once? There’s enough material here for at least […]

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Sports From Female Perceptive – By Cheesy Bruin? Can Covid-19 Save Relationship For Boston Bruins Fan?

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – I’ve got nothing to watch, along with the millions of other sports fanatics, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t anything to talk about. It’s less of an interview and thank god for that because my lady is not shy about her opinions and more of what she likes and dislikes about sports. […]

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No NHL, No Bruins, No Life. Coronavirus vs Puck Heads. Rhode Island Waitress to Rescue?

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – Okay, this is getting personal now. The #Coronavirus has interrupted the 2019-20 hockey season, a campaign that has my first-love Boston Bruins atop the overall NHL standings. The President’s Trophy is usually a curse comes playoff time and while the B’s have been the model of consistency to this point the Eastern […]

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Cheesy Bruin’s FREE NFL Picks: Battle of Red-Heads, Cards On Table

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – My Thanksgiving sports long weekend got off to a bumpy start with the Dallas Cowboys losing at home to the Buffalo Bills, as I tried digesting a plentiful holiday meal. I’m starting to get the opinion that if the Cowboys were on The Mayflower it certainly would have sunk, as this team […]

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