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'76-'77 Barons Sweep '77-'78 Barons to Represent Extinct Cleveland Franchise in Third Annual Ultimate NHL Playoff

I am on the brink of the Third Annual Ultimate NHL Playoff and the ’76-’77 Cleveland Barons will be the representative for the extinct Cleveland franchise for the third time. 475 more words

Ultimate NHL Playoff

1971: Bucks versus Bullets (Alcindor's Arrival)

Background

The Bucks initially struggled after joining the league in 1968, but a coin flip awarded them the opportunity to draft franchise center Lew Alcindor… 689 more words

1970s

You Can't See the Future From the Man Cave

Written by Faith Popcorn and Kirk Faulkner

Greg Smith has left the Man Cave.

His now-famous op-ed — in which he publicly excoriated Goldman Sachs for greed and capitalistic excess — has been dissected from every possible angle except one: It was a spot-on description of a company that could only have been run by men. 780 more words

Portfolio

Nothing But The Good News Today!

Note:  I inadvertently deleted this post earlier, so this is the same post I posted at 7:00 a.m. 

I made several false starts today … started a post about Mother’s Day, but it wasn’t working out, so I started one about Alabama’s suspended Supreme Court Justice, Roy S. 760 more words

Social Commentary

House conferees close the gambling back door

Sen. Kevin Mullin’s attempts to sneak pro-gambling language into a pair of unrelated bills has failed, thanks to the efforts of House conferees.

I first… 570 more words

Peter Shumlin

Farewell to Greg Smith

   If you did not have the opportunity to meet Greg Smith during his time at NSU, you missed out. He is described by many as a friendly presence most commonly found carrying a camera and present at numerous on- and off-campus events—fine arts, athletic, and academic. 151 more words

Campus

A conversation with a vampire

I won’t call the conversation “interesting,” but “revealing” will suffice. It’s in the comments below, and it is me and Kailey. An idea can enter that guy’s head one thing, and by the time he processes it become an unrecognizable flood of self-reverential and possibly tangential ideas, but mostly word barf. 727 more words

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