Today I’m writing about Major League Baseball – the best and the worst, I look at Monday Night Football, Romo and Cassel, the surprises in the NFL and a lot more – so take a break from politics and catch some sports! Continue reading
Another Thursday is upon us and that means we’ve just about got this week handled! Congratulations – I salute you for making it this far! Rest easy – Friday is only a day away…
In case you are a new visitor, “Thursday Numbers” is a look at some of the numbers in the news recently – which are often presented with a little commentary by yours truly!
This week I take a look at a big purchase in Bozeman, Montana newspapers on Twitter, nuclear missiles, CNN Breaking news, the World Series, a birthday wish for Madam Secretary, unemployment numbers, football, catches, veterans unemployment, and much more, so read on! Continue reading
Here we go – another Thursday is upon us and that means we’ve just about got this week handled! Congratulations for making it this far!
“Thursday Numbers” is a look at some of the numbers in the news recently and often they are presented with a little commentary.
This week I take a look at the World Series teams, federal workers, unemployment, signatures for constitutional initiatives, a video, stamps, a couple of birthdays, likes of Occupy Montana, and much more, so read on… Continue reading
It was sad news this morning when I heard that Yankees owner George Steinbrenner had died. Back the late 70s and 80s, I remember hating George Steinbrenner and the New York Yankees with a passion!
Steinbrenner changed baseball forever. If you were a Yankees fan, you admired him for his desire to win. If you were a fan of another team, you detested him. He fired managers and traded players like children exchanging baseball cards at the local little league field. All he wanted to do was win and he did bringing the Yankees 11 American League Pennants and seven World Series titles.
George Steinbrenner was also an Air Force veteran. Salute!
Being a life-long Kansas City Royals fan, some of the best games of my life were when the Yankees and the Royals played. Many times my Royals lost. Continue reading