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Tiger Woods is “fixing” the Wrong Things

The best golfer of all time, one of the most dominant athletes in history, is preparing for his next tournament. Five years ago, we would be talking about “tune ups” and by how much he will beat the field. “Tiger or the field?” was a legitimate question asked often by Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon on ESPN’s Pardon the Interruption, the second half of my favorite hour of daily programming on T.V. (shout out to Around The Horn). Now, after years of personal turmoil and professional failure, the more appropriate question is; will Tiger BE in the field on Saturday?

Ry's Baked Berry Oatmeal Recipe

Baked Berry Oatmeal Recipe is one of my new favorite breakfast meal. Some say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. I’m not sure if I completely believe that, but I do believe the first meal sets the tone for the rest of the day.
I know getting complex carbohydrates like oatmeal during the beginning of the day gives me much needed energy and fiber. However, if you’re like some of my clients, you may grow tired of flavored instant oatmeal packets. Well today, I am here to save you from the mundane oatmeal you have come to hate!

The NFL is Willing to Push as Far as We are Willing to Look Away

The Iran-Contra Affair, the Vietnam War, Global Terrorism, Enron, the Penn State Sexual Abuse Scandal, and the 2014 NFL Criminal Saga all have a common constituent element, and it is not one that would come easily to the mind: activism. That’s the good news.       

 The American constituency spoke up against the ICA and the Pentagon Papers were published, wanted to end the Vietnam War so they marched on Washington and flipped federal momentum. 9/11 allegedly indicated some issue with Iraq, so we took them to war.

Don’t Poke the Bear: Playoffs Week 5, Begin the Fire Sale

The Bruins had a magnificent regular season and one of the more disappointing playoff runs in recent history. After leading the entire NHL in points the Bruins have fallen from a 3-2 series lead to watch the Habs move on to the conference finals against the New York Rangers. Granted, the Bruins hit what seemed liked a hundred posts, which puts it mere inches from this series being a sweep, but it is those accumulated inches that make champions every year. The Bruins even outshot, and out opportunitied the Canadians, but along with the lack of finishing, came with it a lack of sacrifice that we have seen in years past as the Bruins were out shot blocked.

Don’t Poke the Bear: Playoffs Week 3, Racist Boston Fans: NOT WANTED

My humanity bear was poked last week and I am angry. A number of disgusting racist Boston Bruins fans took to twitter following a goal scored by an African American Canadian that caused the Bruins to lose Game 1, enough so that the N-word was trending on twitter in Boston. 

We are a good people, kind while blunt, in Boston. We are educated, having more colleges in and around Boston than any other city in the world. We have a beautiful tapestry of white collar, blue collar, and combo-color workers, each striving to provide for our family, our neighborhood, and our people by supporting our sports teams with a die hard devotion.
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