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The Penguin is Native to Pittsburgh

The Penguin is Native to Pittsburgh

According to hazy reports from ESPN.com a team called the Pittsburgh Penguins defeated a team called the Detroit Red Wings in a sport referred to as “hokey” (sic?). This is certainly the first I’ve heard of this Stanley Cup Championship but I’m sure it’s a rather large accomplishment. It seems that the Penguins championship is the culmination of a hockey tournament that began way back in the middle of April.

For their trouble over the previous two months the Penguins were rewarded with a large hand-me down cauldron that contains various etchings with the names of the previous owners.

From everyone at SoD, congratulations on your championship Penguins! We look forward to the next Stanley Cup Hockey Championship Tournament in 4 years.

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Tough Questions Require Me to Think While Sitting on a Question Mark

Tough Questions Require Me to Think While Sitting on a Question Mark

On the azcentral sports front page (left sidebar) an article by Dan Bickley contemplates the following question: “If Coyotes Left, Would you Care?“.

Answer: Absolutely not.

Thanks for reading SoD.

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I have a relatively simple mantra about the purchase of sports movies – every time I see one for under $10, I buy it. This has led to purchases that are both questionable and wonderful: my movie collection has grown to include such classics as Major League III: Back to the Minors, Kicking & Screaming, and Little Big League. So as I’m strolling through Target the other day, the smirking face of Anthony Michael Hall caught my eye. That’s right, Johnny B. Good and for the low low price of $5.99. Now loyal reader (singular), I’m sure you know I’d gladly pay such a fee for that movie alone, but to my surprise this was a 2-pack. The 2nd movie in question was a film I had heard little about – Youngblood. But it piqued my interest so I went ahead and made my purchase. What followed can only be described as confusing, entertaining, and crappy.

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