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Wikipedia Editing- Tales and Trials

Many of you may not know that in addition to keeping this site full of content, I also edit Wikipedia articles. I’d considered editing them before but it wasn’t until around a year ago that I realized if I wasn’t going to edit articles, they probably wouldn’t be up to date. 630 more words

USA Trip Day 4 - July 21

Today we woke up by going on a 30 minute speedboat tour on Lake Michigan. It was a very hot day and the wind that the speed provided was great haha. 324 more words


USA Trip Day 2 - July 19

After having breakfast in our hotel we walked to Willis Tower (skydeck) which was pretty close to our hotel. We got up 103 levels in the building to have a 360 view over the city of Chicago. 536 more words


Rio 2016. The reconstruction of the Maracanã

In 2012 I got permission to photograph the reconstruction of the Maracanã in Rio for the World Cup in 2014 and spent a few hours wandering around the construction site. 68 more words


Anybody Out There? What Happened, and Why They're Here Now

The previous two posts on the lowest attendance by each franchise illustrate some points that I think everyone’s missed in their rush to declare baseball dead and buried, when indeed it’s thriving more than at any point in the game’s history. 715 more words

Scott Fendley

'Pokemon Go' players are flocking to sports stadiums to catch more Pokemon

Pokemon Go has been available for less than a week, and it’s already taking over the world.

For the uninitiated, Pokemon Go is an “augmented reality” game played on phones, in which players can find and “catch” Pokemon at random spots in the real world. 377 more words


Stadiums, Billionaires & Tax Payers

Imagine this….

We are sitting with my architect, who is showing us the building plans for my soon-to-be-built 5-bedroom, 6-bathroom 7,000 square-foot vacation house. This home boast a gourmet kitchen with countertops made in France, lace-stenciled marble backsplash made in Italy, custom walnut cabinetry, a 9-burner industrial gas range, a built-in side-by-side refrigerator complete with 2-kegerators to fill with your choice of beverages, a   9- by 5-foot island and a pantry the size of most peoples’ living room. 1,415 more words