Where sports and politics intersect

A recent survey of sports fans and political leaning/likelihood of voting revealed some interesting insights as to where sports and politics intersect. In case you missed the infographic… First, insights that were already obvious… PGA fans rank as most conservative and most likely to vote. Women’s sports are skewed more

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Celebrity Apprentice questions

I don’t watch much TV, but I’m a big fan of the Apprentice. The first season, when I was a wee pup having just graduated, I was fascinated by Bill Ransick’s rise to the top, and have watched every season since. Celebrity Apprentice is a big step down from the

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Hipsters – a venn diagram

I’ve hung out with a lot of hipsters. I’m certainly not one of them, but I enjoy their company and they seem to enjoy mine. While I’m no hipster anthropologist, I have noticed some similarities and differences between East Coast and West Coast hipsters. I give you – the Hipster

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Sunshades in the PNW

As the trees begin to bud, it’s getting harder and harder to see our neighbors behind our house. Back in October when we moved in, we literally could not see another house from our backyard. Soon that will be the case again. Here’s the house we can still see behind

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Twitter roundup – week of 3/14

It was a good sports week! The opposite of “organic” food is not “inorganic.” It still has carbon. Sorry Barry Estabrook – http://bit.ly/bgpNmm 2:28 PM Mar 20th You can skip commercials while watching replays of games on CBS.com! 1:42 PM Mar 20th Wow, Nestle could use some help managing their

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