Today is the day that I officially said my goodbye as a fan of the NFL and the Oakland Raiders. This has actually been something that has slowly been happening over the past few years but today was the absolute final straw.
The Talking Audiobooks podcast is teaming up with the folks over at Novel Audio to give away 10 copies of the Audiobook version of ‘Slobberknocker: My Life in Wrestling’ by Jim Ross and Paul O’Brien. This audiobook is narrated by Jim Ross with R. C. Bray.
You can enter the giveaway by clicking here. The deadline to enter is November 6 at 12:00 PM. Worldwide entries are accepted!
Hello everyone. I’m taking a bracket break to update my blog for the first time in way too long. My reasons for not having written sooner are many but can best be summed up as laziness. At least I’m honest, right?
Let us see if I can’t catch you all up on the “happenings” in my life. This shouldn’t take too long but probably will take longer than it should.
The drawing for the 2017 Royal Rumble game has taken place. No late entries were recorded so we had 26 participants.
In a few short hours, I will be generating the number assignments for this year’s version of the Royal Rumble game.
I know it is late with the first bowl games starting tomorrow but I did set up a pick’em group for this year’s action on Yahoo.
Joining is free and easy. Simply click here to get started. Join a private group and enter the ID 14533. The password is Nakamura.
Once you’ve joined the group, simply predict the winner of each bowl game and you are good to go.
If you can read this, you are welcome to join.
On Friday afternoon, I recorded my interview for the Talking Audiobooks podcast. I was a bit apprehensive at first because I wasn’t really sure that I would have a lot to offer by way of conversation. I tend to feel that way about a lot of things, isn’t there someone who you could get that would be better than me?
But as the interview drew closer over the past few days I got more excited and felt more energized. I came up with some points that I thought were valid and I was able to work them in as the interview progressed.
Hello, all. I hope this post finds you all doing well. Obviously, it has been awhile since I have written anything and probably longer since I wrote anything worth reading. I hope to start reversing that trend soon but make no guarantees. I did think it would be a good time to catch everyone up on what has been happening or what will be happening in my life.
As I do every year, I have set up some football pick’em groups on Yahoo sports and as usual, I am opening it up to anyone. If you can read this you can join these groups.
I know I already wrote something today but I could not let this day pass without talking about a subject near and dear to my heart. It was fifteen years ago this very evening that my life changed forever. It was fifteen years ago tonight that the final episode of WCW Monday Nitro aired on TNT.
Last weekend, I received a book recommendation for ‘Lone Wolf’ by Jodi Picoult. As the plot was explained to me, it sounded intriguing and since I’ve been on a bad reading slump this month (I have yet to read a single book from start to finish after reading 17 in February), I decided that it would be a good time to give this one a shot. I’m probably about 60% of the way through the book and am glad I decided to listen to it.
I will have a lot to say about ‘Lone Wolf’ after I have finished reading it. I will say that it is highly likely that I will write a review of the book. But what I will say now is that for better or worse the book has definitely got me thinking.
Sometimes, I think my blog couldn’t have been named any better if I had actually tried. This is one of those times. The words “random catastrophe” are sometimes the perfect description for my March Madness bracket.
I don’t know why Wednesdays trick me into thinking that they’re Thursdays but they do. I had this same thing happen two weeks ago where I spent a lot of Wednesday thinking it was Thursday. I blame it on the Schwans man. When he comes every other Wednesday, something happens that makes me think it is Thursday.