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Harvey may have dead arm via Metsblog

Matt Harvey may be ailing from a dead arm after his shortest-career outing on Saturday. (May 24, 7:38 p.m.)

Mets manager Terry Collins said Harvey, in his first season since undergoing Tommy John surgery, could be going through a dead arm phase.

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Mets

[PHOTO] Spotted in Airport Bathroom

“Spotted in an airport bathroom. I never thought of it this way, but it makes sense. I think.”

@StephenKing  via Twitter

Mediasphere

Harvey dented as Mets drop second straight in Pittsburgh

The Mets (24-20) dropped their second straight game to the Pirates (20-22) by a final score of 8-2. Harvey set two new career marks this afternoon by allowing 7 earned runs over just 4 innings pitched. 225 more words

Mets

Batman: The Jay Gatsby of Superheroes

I love Batman. I struggled for a while to find a better first sentence for this post, but there’s really no better way. Batman is an integral part of popular culture. 1,378 more words

Movies

Reserving Judgments is a Matter of Infinite Hope: Regarding Batman, The Joker, and Their Fans

On the first page of The Great Gatsby, narrator Nick Carraway tells us about a piece of advice his father gave him: “Whenever you feel like criticizing any one, just remember that all the people in this world haven’t had the advantages that you’ve had.”  Carraway goes on to tell us that he attempts to reserve all judgments but that, unfortunately, “reserving judgments is a matter of infinite hope.” 674 more words

The Dark Knight

My entry to the Movie Roulette Blogathon

When I saw this blogathon that Getter over at Mettel Ray Blog is hosting, I simply had to participate! What an awesome idea, and original one at that. 669 more words

Flix Reviews

On Endings - Risk and Reward

Today I want to shift the discussion of Endings to a more economical aspect: risk and reward. In short, what are the heroes or heroines sacrificing and what do they obtain in exchange? 1,519 more words

Writing