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Dan O\'Halloran

Dan O’Halloran wears No. 13 as a reminder of the night he defied death.

Upon visiting ESPN.com a few minutes ago, I was greeted by a quite different picture, but with the above stirring caption beneath it.

Read the following article, written by ESPN.com’s Scott Burnside, in one of two ways.  The first is an inspiring story of a man persevering and earning a second chance at life.  The second is an account of the above man, Milltown’s own, who apparently has the divine ability to cheat death.

Just concentrate really hard and imagine Dan-O as an apparently immortal hockey referee.

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Kim Christie

Notice above a nice picture of an attractive girl. This girl is a friend of mine, a beautiful singer, and an all-around nice person. However, for all the things she has going for her, the one thing she doesn’t have is glam shot originality.

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POODLING ON A RAMPAGE!

The other day, as I was going through my daily routine of reading Boy Scouts-related blogs, I came across a shocking find in The Scoutmaster Minute:POODLING HAS TAKEN OVER!But more shocking than this revelation of a plague upon our nation’s finest paramilitary homophobic organization for young lads was the horrid form with which the story was broken to the public. The author behind this landmark article clearly did not take the matter seriously enough in the slightest, as evidenced by his atrocious grammar and light-hearted, sarcastic approach. So for those of you who have read this article and not fully comprehended the severity of its content, and those of you hearing this for the first time, here is the article, in full, broken down so the American people can actually get a hold on what this cryptic post is trying to say. Read the rest of this entry »

sports betting

I’m not a gambling man, at least not a large scale. I’ll get together with the guys once in a while and play a good game of poker in a smoke-filled room, hopefully wearing a pork pie hat (I thought “porkpie” was one word in the case of hats, but spell check just flagged it – it flagged “spellcheck,” too; maybe they should be hyphenated). However, I’ve never gotten into the big bucks, the world of sports betting. A lot of my friends do it, and they tend to stick to the common targets, the “big four” sports (though I don’t know one that bets on hockey). But here are some things I didn’t know anybody bet on, and maybe some that you shouldn’t be able to bet on. (Note – all odds and lines taken from Bodog)

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