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Monday Bitch: Daniel Snyder

Brad Johnson, Jeff George, Tony Banks, Shane Mathews, Patrick Ramsey, Danny Wuerfell, Tim Hasselbeck, Mark Brunell, Jason Campbell, Tod Collins, Donovan McNabb, Rex Grossman, John Beck, Robert Griffin III, Colt McCoy, Kirk Cousins… What does everyone on this needlessly long list of names have in common?  624 more words

US Sports

Mini Review: Free State of Jones

I was going to make this a full review… Then I realized that there was almost nothing to talk about with this movie and thought, “Why should I bother?”  312 more words

Tanner Reviews

Does the NFL Have a Problem?

It seems that everyone is writing some variation on what is wrong with the NFL, or questioning whether there are any good teams. The ratings for TV in the States are down, and the quality of the prime time games has been called into question, yet as ever, I think that the situation is more complicated than that. 1,137 more words

NFL

#RBRT [BONUS] Read and Review: BEDSIT THREE: A TALE OF MURDER, MYSTERY AND LOVE by SALLY JENKINS @sallyjenkinsuk #BookReview #MurderMystery

  • Title: Bedsit Three: A Tale of Murder, Mystery and Love
  • Published: 2015
  • Author: Sally Jenkins
  • Started: Sunday 4th September 2016
  • Finished: Wednesday 14th September 2016…
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Reviews

'Free State of Jones' Provides a Different View of the Confederacy

The “Free State of Jones” may have been deemed a bomb at the box office, but this flawed film brings important aspects of American history to light.   1,077 more words

Monjilla At The Movies

From Joy To Sorrow, and Now No "Hope" for Tomorrow for the USA Women’s Soccer Team

This time, Hope was no help. In sports and in life, usually hope springs eternal and we fight to keep hope alive. But not in the 2016 Olympics for USA Women’s soccer. 725 more words

Christianity

Rio de Janeiro Olympics 2016: “Let the Games Begin”

How big a deal are the Olympics?  Big. Big, big. Big, big, big. Big deal. The Olympics are a really big deal. Under the best of civil circumstances, it’s no small feat to pull them off, and Brazil has had her fair share of challenges. 442 more words

Christianity