I have previously criticised the crony friends of Daniel Cassidy, charlatan and fake etymologist, who have been responsible for artificially boosting Cassidy’s reputation and selling his irritating and insane drivel to Irish American suckers. 767 more words
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What’s your favorite thing about baseball? It could be the 7th inning stretch, the grand slams, the no-hitters, the perfect games, the triple crowns, the golden sombreros, the suicide squeezes. 724 more words
How about our team?
More Than A Game: USA Women’s World Cup Victory
I was back home in Minnesota over the Fourth of July. Coming from large family (5 siblings, 17 nieces and nephew at last count), trips home are delightfully filled to the brim with dinners, youth games, late night beers, errands, and – on this occasion – work. 898 more words
The heroes come to the west coast for the cover of World’s Finest 58 (May/June 1952).
George Papp has some great art on this Green Arrow story that sees him and Speedy deal with a giant, robotic archer-tank. 208 more words
That’s a remarkably unexciting cover on World’s Finest 56 (Jan/Feb 52).
It’s not a spectacular issue, either. The only story that stands out is the Tom Sparks one, and even that is not exceptional. 83 more words
Too busy for sports on the cover of World’s Finest 51 (April/May 1951).
For his first invention since joining Global Developments, Inc, Tom Sparks decides to find Atlantis, and creates a scanner to search the ocean floor. 233 more words
I bet even Robin could run faster than those cars at top speed.
Tom Sparks, Boy Inventor returns in World’s Finest 50 (Feb/March 1951), as Dan Barry continues where the introductory story left off. 256 more words