For a moron, as he’s called by his opponents (and I sometimes think he might be), the President sure wins at a lot of stuff.
Well, Murdoc checked to see if anything had changed about Major League Baseball’s ridiculous blackout rules in the three years since I first tried MLB.tv. Yes. Major change indeed. Instead of home games being blacked out, it now appears that road games are also blacked out. So I live two and a half hours from […]
Quicken Loans Carrier Classic is Prepared for Anything Production is underway on the Quicken Loans Carrier Classic basketball game aboard the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70). The Michigan State Spartans are set to take on the University of North Carolina Tar Heels at the first ever college basketball game on a U.S. Navy […]
They took our bailout money. Now they made a commercial telling us we don’t know anything about them. They tell us about “the hottest fires,” “hard work,” “conviction,” and “know how.” But they don’t mention “other peoples’ money.” Murdoc loves it when someone takes the cash he earned by living at a profit and uses […]
Detroit Tigers’ Armando Galarraga has perfect game stolen from him Jerry Crasnick at ESPN.com: Inevitably, the game’s sad ending is going to elicit an outcry for expanded use of instant replay. It’s a worthwhile debate, but consider this for a second: How gratifying would it have felt if Joyce’s botched call was followed by a […]
Operation Opening Day Send a piece of home to troops serving in the United States Armed Forces! “Operation Opening Day” is intended for transplanted Detroit Tigers fans currently on military duty at home and abroad. The DVD presentation of Opening Day 2010 is a gift from Mario Impemba that features the game telecast of the […]
I’ve just been notified that Murdoc’s application for next April’s Boston Marathon has been approved. Folks, that is lifetime dream that has just been given the green light.
Red, white and blue, through and through The flag traveled around the world and through the deserts of Afghanistan and Iraq. Sgt. Felix Perez brought it from home as a reminder and an amulet. The flag never left his Army backpack. It accompanied Perez to Dolphin Stadium on Tuesday night. Team USA baseball has been […]
Isn’t that offensive to our friends the Taliban? Just askin’…
Former Military Blogger charged with tackling Pats linebacker Junior Seau Todd Kobus, who used to blog at lostiniraq.com, was arrested for tackling Junior Seau during the fourth quarter of Sunday’s game. Not only did Todd leap over a seven foot wall, but he tackled one of the toughest NFL players in the league. If you […]