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Primarily MMA and pop culture takes from down in the rabbit hole. Sports straight out of left field.
Tom Brady Fails to Mention the Patriots, the Area, or the Fans in His 900+ Word Retirement Speech
Although there isn’t much chance I bang my way through this without an ounce of bias, I am going to try my hardest to stick to the facts and be fair. I […]
Considering a Bachelor Party, Post-30
It hit my inbox, and set off my phone, with the thud legal text hitting a desk in an otherwise vacant library. There it was, the invite to our comrade’s bachelor party. […]
Joey B’s 2021 In Review – Quick Hits
I had every intention in the world to do my normal multi-part series to wrap up this year. I had fun with it last year. But life is what happens when you […]
A Little Something On Julian Edelman
It didn’t look good. not then anyway. It was training camp and fairly deep into it if I remember correctly; at least halfway through. The roster was starting to shake out, or […]
The Red Sox Are the Most Unlikeable Boston Sports Franchise of My Lifetime
It kind of sucks in this day and age that as a Boston sports fan you have to start any complaint by addressing our region’s recent success. I’m definitely sick of it. […]
Dog Days of January Grab Bag Blog – 1.28.2021
“Dog Days” is a term generally used for summer and I believe (completely assumed with zero context or sources) is a reference to a dog’s preference to just kind of lie there […]
Conor McGregor, and the UFC Lightweight Division, Returns On Saturday
In one of the first scenes of the show “Billions” something is uttered to the effect that when it comes to main character Bobby Axelrod, he doesn’t call meetings, they form around […]
The UFC is On ABC Today and That’s a Big Deal
So the UFC usually kicks off every year with a string of really big cards, or to be more accurate, a series of huge main events. Believe it or not the whole […]
So The Capitol Was Stormed Yesterday
GIGANTIC DISCLAIMER: When I was in high school the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan were raging and people my age were getting hardcore involved in politics left and right. I swore I […]