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An Interview with Ted Thompson

Ted Thompson is the author of The Land of Steady Habits, a novel that has been called “the first great novel about post-crash American disillusionment, the flip side of… 1,893 more words

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How to Make Characters Uncomfortable

Fiction should not be nice to its characters. As soon as a character reveals some preference (I like this but hate that), the story has an obligation to force the character into that hated thing. 907 more words

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The Masterminds Behind the Mayhem

The 2014 NFL season begins tonight with a matchup of two heavyweights, the Packers and the Seahawks. Behind the impressive array of talent on the field—including A-listers such as Aaron Rodgers, Clay Matthews, Russell Wilson and Richard Sherman—are the two men most responsible for assembling such talent. 1,227 more words

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Ted Talks

GREEN BAY, Wis. — In 1992 the Green Bay Packers hired a former Houston Oilers linebacker, Ted Thompson, to be a scout. Thompson was working in Houston selling stocks and bonds for several years, hating it. 2,463 more words

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Huffington Post Article: Please Stop

Amazon vs. Hachette

So, funny story.  Over the past couple of days I’ve been reading different articles loosely pertaining to the Amazon vs. Hachette dispute, and they were really starting to annoy me.   595 more words


Green Bay Packers Pre-Season Thoughts- Game 1

The Green Bay Packers 2014 pre-season began with a loss to the Tennessee Titans on Saturday. Quite frankly it doesn’t matter to me, what does matter to me is the Packers came out of the game relatively healthy and despite the monsoon type conditions, looked pretty good in the process. 553 more words

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Green Bay Packers 2014 training camp report from SiriusXM NFL Radio

SiriusXM NFL Radio’s 10th annual training camp tour rolled into Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisc., as Bruce Murray and Rich Gannon visited Green Bay Packers camp on Wednesday, Aug. 267 more words