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Monday Bacon: Glory Days

I saw an interview on the television yesterday with Brett Farve where he said he asked Reggie White what he misses most about the NFL in retirement. 922 more words

The Danger of Comparing Yourself to Yourself

It was last year after camp. Camp always brings out the best and worst of you. Sweating from head to toe everyday, trying to cover up your too-wet hair that can’t be mistaken for a morning shower. 851 more words


Carl Barât & The Jackals

Barât (Libertines) has a new band and is about to release a new album, LET IT REIGN (due out Feb. 24).  The first single available off the LP is the lead track, “Glory Days.’

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Springsteen's "Glory Days" on Letterman's last night

I was watching the last Late Night with David Letterman on NBC and all of a sudden at the end, Letterman brought out the Boss and Springsteen brought the house down with “Glory Days.” Sometime in 2015, Letterman is going to retire and I wonder who will be on that last show.


Generation Y’s Guide to Born in the U.S.A.

by Andrew Doscas

It’s been 30 years since Bruce Springsteen released his seminal Born in the U.S.A., a pop cultural phenomena and socio-political commentary on mid-80s America.  3,428 more words

Andrew Doscas

Is America Great?

From the movie, The Newsroom.  Interesting.  Provocative.

What is your place in the world? Will you be remembered for any greatness?

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Doctor, do you suffer from Glory Day Syndrome?

The practice of medicine is changing faster than anyone can keep pace with. As a hospital physician at a relatively early stage of my career, I’d say that a sizeable number of physicians that I work with are towards the latter end of the spectrum. 937 more words