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Music in my corner of the world: Tape Error

In memory of Chris Austin and in honour of the Paper Night Sky Weekender which kicks off tomorrow, I thought the world could do with this. 20 more words


Final Thoughts on the World Cup

And, with that, the world’s largest sporting event comes to a close. It was one filled with goals, excitement, drama, basically anything you could want from one month-long tournament. 1,935 more words


Thoughts on the World Cup Semifinals

The US Men’s National Team may no longer be involved in this year’s edition of the World Cup, but that most certainly does not mean we will be ignoring the rest of what the tournament has in store. 2,264 more words


Looking Back on the USMNT: Thoughts on the USMNT against Belgium and into the Future

Crushing. Exasperating. Frustrating. Slap any adjective you want on the way the USMNT went out; it doesn’t really matter. Sure, the team had their chances, but it doesn’t change the fact that they went out in the Round of 16 (albeit, against a Belgian side that was much stronger than the Ghanians in 2010). 1,747 more words



United Autosports travels to the magnificent Spa-Francorchamps circuit in Belgium aiming for a top-three in the two, one-hour races on Saturday (12 July).

The Anglo-American team welcomes back America-based businessman Mark Patterson to partner Matt Bell in their Audi R8 LMS ultra with both drivers relishing the challenge one of the world’s most demanding tracks has to offer. 505 more words

Cannonball Read 6, Book 29: In The House Upon The Dirt Between The Lake and The Woods by Matt Bell

Ah this book. Last year, it was everywhere I turned. It was on list after list after list of recommendations, of mid year and year end round ups. 564 more words


Surviving a Group of Death: Thoughts from the USMNT's Escape and the Rest from Thursday

Soccer is weird. You’ve probably learned this from watching just a few matches of this zany tournament they’re calling “Brazil 2014,” but it rings true today, especially, most certainly. 1,126 more words