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Sports Friday with Hal: A quick detour to the News of the Day
Category: FEATURED
Tags: NFL Ray Rice Roger Goodell

So a break from the NFL Notes and News this week as there are a few more important issues to deal with this week. I know this has been discussed ad nauseum.

Starting off with Ray Rice and his brutal assault of his fiancee and the fallout.

 

I love football.

I hate domestic violence.

I love women (sorry, my dear wife, just one woman).

 

I also hate ESPN, so this is from Fox Sports 1's Katie Nolan. (I watch Fox Sports 1, but had no idea who she was until I came across this (I forget where) online).

 

 

Some great points there. She was able to point out that moment of her own failure to show how ingrained the problem really exists. She knows she made a mistake, is learning, and using it to step up in her own forum. I agree--I am not boycotting the NFL despite their despicable work. I still love football. I still love the NFL. I still need my fantasy football. Heck, I write about the NFL for 4 different websites in my meager spare time writing 5 or 6 articles a week for peanuts because I love to write and I love sports (and especially football).

 

Now what is really going to hurt the chances of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell his job is that he has hurt themselves in their biggest market to grow: the female NFL fan. There is huge money that the NFL is trying tap and Goodell’s job is to get his owners money.

 

Now over at ESPN (or ESPiN as Uncle B.O.B. calls it while in full rant mode) the on-air “talent” obviously is still in the rolodex of the NFL offices. Somehow in 21 minutes former Colts executive Bill Polian made a complete and total flip-flopping ass of himself. At 2:08 in the clip it switches to Polian’s second spot. The NFL obviously had the script edited to try and mitigate the fact that they had the videotape from the Casino in and and still went light on Rice.

Polian jumps from being critical of the NFL to making himself look like someone who is scared to speak out about his former employer and was just scared into spouting the company line.  Where is that righteous anger Polian channelled like he was spouting to the Competition Committee how the mean old Patriots beat up Peyton Manning's receivers a decade ago?

 

Finally, CBS went into Thursday Night Football with a huge dilemma. What was about a celebration of bidding millions of dollars for primetime football on a non-cable station, instead is a mess due to the Ray Rice/Ravens/NFL/Roger Goodell/Elevator Video/Domestic Violence situation. The Ravens--in Baltimore--want nothing more than this issue to disappear. Guess what, it won’t. It is a huge issue, the cover-up in the league offices have blown it up like it was Watergate, and now the NFL/CBS has to cancel the opening performer for the Thursday Night Football game as performer Rihanna was supposed to perform and was pulled. She--of course--is known to most Americans due to the fact that she was a victim of domestic violence from boyfriend/rapper Chris Brown.

 

The NFL has a problem, and it is not going away. Women are the ones who are often the victim in domestic violence and the NFL is now pushing them away wasting millions of dollars spent bringing them into the fan base. The damage is done. Goodell will likely take a fall from grace to be the public face of change. Unfortunately, as much as good can come from this issue be discussed and brought into the forefront, there is still that nagging feeling in the back of my head:

 

The NFL is doing the right thing at last not because it is the right thing, but because it will hurt their monetary growth to not take action.

 

That is wrong. That is sad. That is the way of the world (today and in the past--heck, it was worse in the past--imagine being a woman or child in the 19th century and basically performing slave labor all day).  I am still watching the NFL, but I was never naive. But I believe in ending domestic violence. I love my wife. I love my mom. I love my daughter. I love my sisters. I hate men who hit women. This is my place to stand-up and point out the NFL hypocrisy in this situation:

 

I hate it. I want it to end. I hope there are people in the NFL who feel the same.

NFL Week 2
Category: NFL
Tags: NFL Picks & Predictions

Good start to the season, odds are provided by bodog.net and are provided for comparison and entertainment purposes only. Im so broke I cant pay attention (look squirrel!) So if you bet the lines and lose, its on you.

 

 Thursday September 11th (We shall never forget…)

Steelers (1-0) @ Ravens (0-1)

M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore 8:25 (CBS/NFLN)

Favorite Ravens by 3

Last Week Steelers defeated Browns 30-27, Ravens lost to Bengals 23-16

Fast Fact 9 of the last 10 meetings have been decided by three or fewer points

The Steelers lit out to a big lead and nearly gave it all away but hung on to beat the Browns, meanwhile the Ravens are a team in turmoil after the sorry mess that is the whole Ray Rice affair. Their punchless offense which was already hampered by the absence of the now disgraced running back is now trying to figure out how to keep the pressure of an already heavily beleaguered Joe Flacco. Bernard Pierce had a bad case of the dropsies and Justin Forsett really isn’t a long term answer. The Steelers aren’t a juggernaut but they are methodical and a rowdy home crowd might help the Ravens keep it close but they will not be able to keep pace

Pick-Pittsburgh

 

Sunday September 14

Patriots (0-1) @ Vikings (1-0)

TCF Bank Stadium, Minneapolis 1:00 (CBS)

Favorite Patriots by 3

Last Week Patriots lost to Dolphins 30-23, Vikings defeated

Fast Fact This is the Vikings first outdoor home September game since 1981, as they play the next two seasons at the home stadium of the University Of Minnesota while their new stadium is built on the old Metrodome Site.

The Patriots ran out of gas in the heat of South Florida, with Tom Brady taking an uncharacteristic beating by a withering Dolphins pass rush. Meanwhile the Vikings romped and stomped in St. Louis running roughshod on a Rams defense that was supposed to be a tough. The Patriots need to get their offensive line woes together and fast since keeping Brady upright and hale is paramount to their overall success. The Vikings seem to be developing a decent secondary offense behind the dynamic running of Adrian Peterson. Will another hostile crowd and Vikings pass rush be enough to wear the Pats down? I want badly to pick the Vikings for an upset, but logic tells me different…I just…aww what the heck…

Pick-Minnesota

 

Dolphins (1-0) @ Bills (1-0)

Ralph Wilson Stadium; Orchard Park, NY 1:00 (CBS)

Favorite Dolphins by 1

Last Week Dolphins defeated Patriots 30-23, Bears

Fast Fact After giving up league high 93 sacks of QB Ryan Tannehill in 2013, the Dolphins offensive allowed only one sack against the Pats last week

Both teams are coming off stunning upset wins in week 1. The Bills and Dolphins utilized strong running games to secure their respective victories and get off to unexpected fast starts. Both teams used strong defensive rushes as well to keep the opposition signal caller on the run, this looks to be a tight taut defensive game, but I just don’t trust EJ Manuel yet as someone that can consistently produce wins, though he had a nice completion percentage in the win over the Bears. But I don’t trust Tannehill either. This is a tough one to pick, I think that the Dolphins run game and defense is slightly better.

Pick-Miami

 

Jaguars (0-1) @ Washington (0-1)

Fed Ex Field; Landover, MD 1:00 (CBS)

Favorite Washington by 6

Last Week Jaguars lost to Eagles 34-17, Washington lost to Texans 17-6

Fast Fact Washington is mired in its longest losing streak since a 17 game skid covering the 1960 & 1961 seasons but have yet to ever lose to the Jaguars at home

These two teams continue their intraconference sked and both took fairly big losses. The Jags have had at least an offensive spark though their defense was worn down by the Eagles fast breaking offense. Washington is just a mess, their defense was passable but their offense seems to be mired in a bad slump and lack direction.  RGII seems to be regressing badly and the lack of punch in the running game is further hampering the offense. That being said I still think it a stretch to give the Jags the edge here. I’m likely going to regret this but…

Pick-Washington

 

Cowboys (0-1) @ Titans (1-0)

LP Field, Nashville 1:00 (FOX)

Favorite Titans by 3½

Last Week Cowboys lost to 49ers 28-17, Titans defeated Chiefs 26-10

Fast Fact The Titans held the ball 37:44 against the Chiefs last week their highest time of possession in five years

Everyone was concerned about the Pokes defense, it turned out that was the least of their worries. Tony Romo looked absolutely horrid against the 49ers throwing like he had no clue and forcing the ball like a scared backup. It just seems wrong to pile on Romo at this point, but facing a ball hawking defense like the Titans is a bit unfair right now. The Titans methodically took apart the Chiefs in Arrowhead and if they can dominate time of possession like they did last week, Jason Garrett won’t have to worry about Romo throwing a bevy of picks if they aren’t on the field

Pick-Tennessee

 

Cardinals (1-0) @ Giants (0-1)

MetLife Stadium; East Rutherford, NJ 1:00 (FOX)

Favorite Cardinals by 1½

Last Week Cardinals defeated the Chargers 18-17, Giants lost to Lions 35-14

Fast Fact Giants have won three of the last four meetings, with the only loss being in Gotham in 2009

The G-Men looked bad on both sides of the ball in Motown last Monday, offensively inept and defensively clueless. Eli Manning looks like he would rather be somewhere other than a football field and when not dodging pass rushers is picking himself off the ground. The Cards rallied smartly to win the late Monday game and finally put their offense together to score twice late. Most of the time I’m not going to pick a western team going east in an early game especially off a Monday game. But the G-Men are a mess and the Cards defense even missing John Abraham will be formidable and give Eli more problems.

Pick-Arizona

 

Saints (0-1) @ Browns (0-1)

FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland 1:00 (FOX)

Favorite Saints by 7

Last Week Saints lost to Falcons 37-34 in overtime, Browns lost to Steelers 30-27

Fast Fact The Browns have won 12 of 16 in the series but the Saints have won 2 of the last 3 meetings.

Both teams are coming off 3 point losses but they feel different, the Saints lost a surprising shootout with the Falcons in the ATL while the Browns fought back gamely from 24 down in Pittsburgh but fell late. The Saints will produce the points and offense and against a Browns defense that can be had you should see it. If the Browns fall behind again like they did against the Steelers, the Saints won’t let them off the mat and we might hear the Johnny Football catcalls in force from the home crowd.

Pick-New Orleans

 

Falcons (1-0) @ Bengals (1-0)

Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati 1:00 (CBS)

Favorite Bengals by 5

Last Week Falcons defeated Saints 37-34 in overtime, Bengals defeated Ravens 23-16

Fast Fact Bengals have won 9 of their last 11 meetings with NFC opponents but have lost their last three meetings with the Falcons

The Falcons were off and winging with a shootout win against the Saints while the Bengals weebled wobbled but didn’t fall down against the Ravens. I still don’t trust the Falcons defense, but their offense has seemed to rebound to their halcyon days. The Bengals offense looks fairly crisp but has had trouble finishing drives off, if they can correct that it could be 28 point per game offense. This game looks like it could be a shootout with a pair of decent offenses but I like the Bengals better balance on both sides of the ball to win another close one

Pick-Cincinnati

 

Lions (1-0) @ Panthers (1-0)

Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte 1:00 (FOX)

Favorite Panthers by 3

Last Week Lions defeated Giants 35-14, Panthers defeated

Fast Fact Panthers have won the last three meetings in Charlotte

The Lions came out smoking on Monday night, and just destroyed the G-Men. The Panthers got a solid performance from Derek Anderson (Is he still in this league?) to beat the Bucs on the road. Though the Lions lit up the scoreboard their lack of a running game is troubling. I’m just not real sold on Carolina without Cam Newton, even as they beat the Bucs on the road. Another toss up game, I should know better than to trust the Lions like I do…

Pick-Detroit

 

Rams (0-1) @ Buccaneers (0-1)

Raymond James Stadium, Tampa 4:05 (FOX)

Favorite Buccaneers by 7

Last Week Rams lost to Vikings 34-6, Buccaneers lost to Panthers 20-14

Fast Fact The Rams have won 5 of the last seven meetings

The Rams got housed by the Vikings and their QB situation got even murkier when Shaun Hill was ineffective in the first half. The Bucs held their own but with lackluster and borderline non-existent running game just couldn’t get it together. I think the Rams are a lot worse off than the wonks want to let on. With no offensive punch at QB they suddenly put their capable defense in for a lot more work

Pick-Tampa Bay

 

Seahawks (1-0) @ Chargers (0-1)

Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego 4:05 (FOX)

Favorite Seahawks by 6 ½

Last Week Seahawks defeated Packers 36-16, Chargers lost to Cardinals 18-17

Fast Fact Four of the last five meetings were decided by a field goal

The Seahawks looked all the part of the defending champs with an opening night drubbing of the Pack before a deliriously happy home crowd. Meanwhile the Chargers looked decent for three quarters and then came apart in the rainy desert on Monday. Despite being at home I have a hard time trusting the Chargers anywhere past Philip Rivers and facing the Legion of Boom is not a fun task. I do suspect that Richard Sherman will get more work than he did in week 1.

Pick-Seahawks

 

Texans (1-0) @ Raiders (0-1)

O.co Coliseum, Oakland 4:25 (CBS)

Favorite Texans by 3

Last Week Texans defeated Washington 17-6, Raiders lost to Jets 19-14

Fast Fact Something has to give, the Texans have lost 7 straight road games and the Raiders have lost their last four home games.

The Texans looked a bit ragged but were finally on the positive side of the scoreboard for the first time in almost a year, meanwhile aint nuttin changed with the Raiders. They look lost and without a clear direction on either side of the ball. I think the Texans are a lot better than they were last year when Matt Schaub’s inept play seemed to drag down the whole team. But I think the Raiders are just hopeless, and until they show any kind of direction I won’t make too many picks for them.

Pick-Houston

 

NY Jets (1-0) @ Packers (0-1)

Lambeau Field, Green Bay 4:25 (CBS)

Favorite Packers by 9½

Last Week Jets defeated Raiders 19-14, Packers lost to Seahawks 36-16

Fast Fact Is it too early for a must win for the Pack? The last nine times that they lost their opener, the result of their 2nd game ultimately decided if they made the postseason.

The Pack got smashed in the season opener and now need to bounce back, the Jets are feeling froggy after winning a sluggish but effective win over the Raiders in Gotham but this is a bit higher than the pay grade that they are used to. The Pack return to their home confines upset and slightly embarrassed and there is nothing that the grinning jeering Rex Ryan will be able to do about it other than watch the Packers chase his young QB around and Aaron Rodgers abuse their weak secondary.

Pick-Green Bay

 

Chiefs (0-1) @ Broncos (1-0)

Sports Authority Field @ Mile High, Denver 4:25 (CBS)

Favorite Broncos by 13

Last Week Chiefs lost to Titans 26-10, Broncos defeated Colts 31-24

Fast Fact Peyton Manning has yet to lose to the Chiefs as Broncos QB

-Blurb This has all the makings of a grave mismatch, the Broncos came out firing on all cylinders as the raced out to a big lead against the Colts and held on tight to secure the win, meanwhile the Chiefs got poleaxed at home by a Titans squad who just didn’t seem intimidated by the Chiefs or their noisy home crowd. Manning is just on another level and seems to have not had any lingering effects from the Super Blowout from last February. I’m just not confident in the Chiefs ability to slow the Broncos offense. This game could get really ugly.

Pick-Denver (lock of the week)

 

Bears (0-1) @ 49ers (1-0)

Levi’s Stadium; Santa Clara, CA 8:30 (NBC)

Favorite 49ers by 7

Last Week Bears lost to Bills 23-20, 49ers defeated Cowboys 28-17

Fast Fact Levi’s Stadium the newest NFL venue forty miles south of their old home but right across the street from their team headquarters

The Bears took a stunning loss from the Bills who proved to be less than the pushover that they thought they would be. The Niners were the welcome recipient of the ineptitude of the Pokes and now open their new palatial park before a national primetime stage. The Niners while not looking exceptionally crisp looked better than the Bears who seemed diffident and bored waiting to turn it on and puzzled when it didn’t happen. I’m tired of excusing the lackadaisical play of Jay Cutler who is starting to fall to the scorn level I reserve for Tony Romo. I think the dogged pass rush of the Niners will give Cutler problems and they christen their new home nicely.

Pick-49ers

 

Monday September 12

 

Eagles (1-0) @ Colts (0-1)

Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis 8:30 (ESPN)

Favorite Colts by 3

Last Week Eagles defeated Jaguars 34-17, Colts lost to Broncos 31-24

Fast Fact The Eagles are gunning for only their 3rd 2-0 start in 16 seasons while the Colts are trying to avoid only their 3rd 0-2 start in the same time frame

The weeks final game is a doozy, the Eagles looked ragged in the first half of their game against the Jags, but got off the mat and roared back for the win. The Colts spotted the Broncos a huge lead and nearly got it all back when their last drive fell short. The Eagles are such a headache to prepare for offensively but you have the feeling that the Andrew Luck can pilot the Colts to enough points to keep up. It’s a tough game to call, when in doubt go with the home team.

Pick-Indianapolis

 

Last Week & Overall: 11-5 (Lock correct, Upset Incorrect)

Locks: 1-0

Upset: 0-1

 

 

Talking Sports
Category: Daily Blog 2.0
Tags: MLB NFL

Each week I look at the college and NFL schedules and what’s on local TV. This past week, three games piqued my interest. Michigan-Notre-Dame, New Enngland at Miami and Indy at Denver. I actually found some time to watch all three and all three were major disappointments. Notre Dame totally dominated Michigan in every aspect of the game . Unfortunately, you actually expected a game since that rivalry is going away (as the announcers kept reminding us). Notre Dame looked unstoppable against a confused Michigan team.

New England played a decent first half and then the wheels fell off the bus. Unable to advance the ball and get a first down in the second half, Brady found himself Mankin less and it showed often playing from the ground. Miami did a great job of rushing 4 and dropping 7. This is probably the worst half of Football in Brady’s tenure..If New England couldn’t stop Knowshon Moreno on the ground , how will they stop Adrian Peterson this week?

I thought that Indy would give Denver a game but that was to be a 24-0  Denver lead at the half. I was done and turned it off. Indy got a couple of touchdowns late in the second half losing 31-21. All three games were a bust.

I was watching highlights of the Cubs and the Pirates this week on MLB and for some reason it just had a 70’s feel to it. Maybe because the highlights I saw were from Wrigley and it looked a bit overcast but It just had an old school look to them. I ‘m liking more and more the kid for the Pirates Josh Harrison, he may not put superstar numbers but I haven’t been this excited to see a kid play since Kirby Puckett. He isn’t Trout and probably never will be but he is a kid that hustles and makes a difference in the game. If you haven’t seen him play take a look.

The Red Sox just got swept by the Orioles and they may have to shutdown Dustin Pedroia for the rest of the season with a nagging hand and wrist injury, The Red Sox just are lost out there. However, it’s fun watching some of the younger players get there chance like Brock Holt and Mookie Betts. Xander Bogarts has had his struggles as has Will Middlebrooks., The Sox sent Jackie Bradley Jr. back to the minors great defense no bat. Bradley and Bogarts were both hyped by the local media as the next coming both have struggled. Meanwhile Holt and Betts both kind of slipped in there and have played ok on a bad team.

Ray Rice has gotten too much attention over the last week. The NFL dropped the ball on this big time. There will be some firings over this and it may cost the Commish some of his hard guy image. Does anybody doubt Rice will play in the NFL again? There is no doubt in my mind . The spin will be he rehabbed and is getting anger management and he deserves a second chance. I don’t buy it he should be suspended for life. The part that will get me is when people start making him a victim of a tough circumstance. It just doesn’t fly take responsibility for the actions. Not sure why the girl married him  but she did and she is sticking by him. I’m guessing that KO punch wasn’t the first time either. Please don’t make him the victim.

Thursday Night NFL The Domestic Violence Bowl Pittsburgh and Baltimore

Lil Warriors Report (Can I still use Warrior or is that going to offend the PC)

The Hockey season started for LIL Lanz the boys played a decent game on Sunday 3-1 loss. Lil Lanz got an untimely hooking penalty. They just came off a penalty kill late in the game, .He asked me after the game was it a hook I told no doubt about it. He played as a blueliner for the first time and did ok and he is begging the coach to go back to forward. the boys looked sharp in there new red uniforms and gray socks and I give  credit to the league keeping the Warrior Logo on the jersey.

Laser played his first High School soccer match (like that match instead of game). The boys should have won they lost 1-0. The played a  great game had a ton of chances just couldn’t put the big ball in the big net. Over it next to it not in it.. Yesterday they got killed 5-1 against a team that had to cut 30 kids from the freshman team.

Laser is shooter at a local hockey goalie camp. He is shooting on some HS goalies and rings one off the post and the puck split in half. The goalies and the other shooters at that station including the coach( a local HS varsity) coach were all in disbelief. Laser has an accurate shoot but it isn’t that hard of a shot by any stretch of the imagination. Just a strange weekend for him. He is playing fall Baseball 7 game season. We had some severe weather on Saturday. So he gets up to bat late in the game and asks the umpire . if he saw the lighting strikes. The guy says yes now get in the box. Game ended about two minutes later after a few came close and than just a nasty bit of weather.

Zebra Tales.

I  did some Youth Football last weekend. I will tell you it just sucks to have the clock operator not paying attention. to the signals on the field. We are signaling time out and constantly yelling at the guy to put time back on the clock. I signaled timeout with 3:48 left in the game and the guy ran the clock down to 1:12, This was a low level game so we weren’t to concerned with the play clock. I was hoarse after that. Finally we stopped trying to have him reset the clock . We just used the clock on the field. Then the guy starts on the mic “What is the correct Time” I get it it’s not an official on the clock like it is in an HS game but that guy is there every week at that venue.just stop talking and pay attention.

O H Thursday
Category: FEATURED
Tags: 9 11 NFL nicknames Ditkah

   

Hello gabbers and thanks for checking in today. It's 911 and we said in 2001 that we would never forget...and we won't. Prayers go out to the families of the victums and survivors and also all of those first responders and the multitude of US servicemen protecting the freedoms we enjoy, God Bless You and God Bless the United States of America.

 

Let’s see what’s going on this week, The NFL opening weekend is in the books and the Broncos and Seahawks look like they are a cut above the rest.

 

New segment #1

In 27 words-

I’m not spending any more time or effort on Ray “hitwoman” Rice than to add, he deserves to be doing time in prison for assault and battery.

 

In light of king Rogers buffoonery My nomination for new

NFL tzar – 

Stay classy NFL

Tom Brady was bruised and battered by the Dolphins in Miami;

 4 sacks 2 fumbles 6 hits and a dozen hurries

Dose he miss Logan Mankins? You betcha

That’s called “plenty of time to pass”

Rumor was that the bus carrying the Pat’s O line arrived at the Stadium around 4:15 for a 1:00 PM game

The team has asked the 5 Cheerleaders who dressed in the line’s uniforms to please return them to the Patriots.

All credit goes to the surprising Dolphins, They were the better team out there. They controlled the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball and will be a tough out this season.

In the Gab league I wasn’t disappointed by the outstanding bonus performances by Corderelle Patterson, Julius Thomas, Andrew Luck and Calvin Johnson

In the Harry family league I got off to great start playing against our league new comer, I’ll call him McNab. He’s an Eagles fan and drafted plenty of Eagles and started his Eagles and got his butt whipped. Hey, learn to play matchups and watch out for that bye week.

 

New  segment #2

Life in the Subdivision

I’ve often spoken of my neighbors, whom I’ve been known to give fitting nicknames over the 20 years of living among them.

The Harry’s hosted a fire pit pot luck get together last week and the neighbors didn’t disappoint. “I was ready and able” to pickup on and pick on the new couple…They will be known from now on in the subdivision by their street names :

 Kensi and Deeks 

She’s tall with long dark hair and can’t drive very well and he’s an unkempt cop with a perpetual 4 days growth.

Kensi tells us she looked at her car and noticed a tire was low. She went into the house and consulted her law enforcement husband…

Kensi-  “ honey, do I have a spare tire?”

Deeks- “ yes, but it’s a small one”

Kensi- “Where is it”? I looked and couldn’t find it”

Deeks- “around your waist hon… but like I said, it’s small”

      Deeks was relegated to sleeping in the car with the flat tire  for a few days is our best guess.

 our neighbor Newman true to form

asked Deeks if he wanted his mail slid in the car window.

 

The Ditkahs rocked the lanes last week taking game one by 30 pins before totally tanking to drop game 2 by 31 and game 3 by more…

They say the first three weeks are handicap management weeks so I guess we are right on track. I did get to spread a little joy with my Ditkah routine and Mrs. Harry won the 50/50 raffle so all in all it was a fun night.

Shaky and the bandit…My wife, the super model Mrs Harry and I were heading off to a cookout at one of her co workers houses in my truck. Driving along RT 95 South thru Providence we noticed a vibration that seemed like it was coming from the front end at speeds over 60. The steering wheel was shaking and was mildly troubling. We decided to turn around and go back to get her car. By the time we were ready to get back on the road she decided that staying home with a glass of wine and a movie seemed better. No objection from the anti social oldharry.

    I asked my sons to take a look at the Silverado and described the vibration to them. They put it up on the jack and checked the front end and tires. Finding no obvious problem they took it for a ride.

They arrived back about an hour later and got out of the truck laughing.

My # 4 son, age 21 and an IQ of about 200…(just ask him)

Looked at us laughing and said

“ I have good news and bad news…good news- there is absolutely nothing wrong with the truck, we hit 110mph and its as smooth as glass. Bad news…you two should be checked for Parkinson’s or some trembling disorder.”

Smart ass kids.

Well at least my truck is ok, I drove it the next day and it’s smooth as glass.

Go figure.

I’d finish up with an MLB update but I can’t, I’ve completely check out…probably for the first time in 15 years I have no clue what’s going on and don’t have any interest in finding out. I’ll watch the WS when it comes along and probably catch some of the playoffs but strictly as a casual fan.

Until next week Gabbers and don’t forget Lanz right over there >>>

Q-o-t-D 9/9/14 Tags: NFL Roger Goodell Ray Rice

Three in one today folks....

 

Should Roger Goodell be fired for how the entire Ray Rice mess has been handled?

Will Roger Goodell be fired for this mess?

Or will Goodell throw some one else on the grenade?

 

 

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