Monthly Archives: November 2013

Jonathan Trott

I felt like I should write something about Jonathan Trott. George Dobell summed everything up perfectly on Cricinfo – and so really we should all just give the man his privacy and turn to other matters. But I still wanted … Continue reading

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Book II: End of Act I

I don’t watch a great deal of scripted television. Oh, I will do a Hulu here and there, maybe a Netflix, but honestly I find most TV programs boring, predictable, and not nearly as good and/or intelligent as most people … Continue reading

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Book II: Act I, Scene II

I spent the last 24 hours and change at my nonprofit’s camp facility in Willow River, Minn. and therefore missed all of yesterday’s play. But that’s all right: It was an inspiring and transformative time – to say the least. … Continue reading

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Book II: Act I, Scene I

The curtain rises on Brisbane, and another Ashes series begins. * All the talk on social media yesterday was the Aussie’s disdain for Stuart Broad. He’s a “smug pommie cheat” and so on. Unfortunately for Australia, they learned a very … Continue reading

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Grounded

Right. So the Tendulkar era has ended. Cricket will never be the same, that is for certain, but how exactly it will change has yet to be determined. Cricket, the game, changes swiftly and easily, but it also adheres tightly … Continue reading

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The Thin Yellow Line

I have been sick. Like really sick. Down and out and down again. That kind of sick where no matter how much you might want to get up and get moving…it is just…not…happening. Because of this, I have been home … Continue reading

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