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October 29th, 2004

Arthur Agee and William Gates of Hoop Dreams

Flicking through the channels last nite, I caught the last 2 hours of Hoop Dreams.

The movie brought back a tonne of memories for me…it has been 10 years since I saw the movie. Many non-main characters in the movie lived in my general neighborhood. More than a few times, the movie brought tears to my eye.

Check out this article for an update on William and Arthur.

Picture of Arthur Agee

2 more links Hoop Dreams and Reality Update.

October 28th, 2004

Simmons World Series Thoughts

The Nation’s destination: Destiny

— Jeanne Zelasko: “Do you believe in curses?”
— Manny: “I don’t believe in curse, I believe you make your own destination.”

(Not only a strangely appropriate response for the moment, but Mike Tyson must have been delighted.)

October 28th, 2004

Bali Beaches…

October 24th, 2004

Kerry Starbucks: Bush Bud Light

October 24th, 2004

Real Meaning of Life Project

October 24th, 2004

BootsnAll Travel – The Ultimate Resource for the Independent Traveller

New BootsnAll

After I don’t know how many years of trying to design a CMS for BootsnAll – we finally did a soft launch on it tonight. Lotsa work to be done yet, but it is definately a huge step in the right direction o we don’t have to hand code the whole site.

October 22nd, 2004

Picture of Yankees/Red Sox Rivalry

October 21st, 2004

Fan anxiety turns to delirium, rowdiness

Fan anxiety turns to delirium, rowdiness

Most of the celebrations, however, were more joyous than violent. Screaming and singing, many fans seemed to throw off a week’s worth of stress with arm-pumping euphoria. A few smoked celebration cigars in Kenmore Square, singing the Standells’ classic ”Dirty Water” song, the team’s unofficial anthem.

via miguel

Miguel mentioned a few weeks ago, if the Red Sox can break their curse, maybe the Cubs can follow suit next year. right on

October 20th, 2004

Photo from PDX Marathon

I did not compete, but was a domestique for a friend.


October 20th, 2004

Losing baggage in the Bronx

Losing baggage in the Bronx

7. If the Yankees are down by two runs in the ninth inning, and somebody walks — like Matsui did in Game 6 — apparently it’s as good as a home run. That’s how Tim McCarver explained it last night. I’m not sure if just the Yankees are immune to double plays, or if it’s everyone in the league. But it’s an interesting development.

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