Nothing newsworthy here just Tony being Tony other than ESPN’s reaction.
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I’m researching a piece on San Bernardino native Dave Stockton, currently a golfer on the Champions Tour and a Ryder Cup captain. He’s more famous these days for appearing at corporate functions and instructional videos on putting.
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You’d think that making the Chase for the Nextel Cup, and winning his first career race last week, would earn Clint Bowyer some measure of fame. The type of fame that means your name isn’t misspelled, ever.
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The song that plays as you wait to be connected to Big Bear High School football coach Dave Griffiths’ cell phone is a familiar one.
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There were three chairs on the dais at Barry Bonds’ farewell press conference today, one for San Francisco Giants general manager Brian Sabean, one for owner Peter Magowan and one, presumably, for Bonds. Guess which seat was empty?
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Note the playful tone? That means it’s not really war.
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I need to rectify something: The Chase for the Nextel Cup started without a whisper here, and while the New Hampshire race last Sunday was, by all accounts, a boring piece of crap, something amazing happened for the first time in modern NASCAR history. Something so simple you (and ESPN) probably didn’t notice it.
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There is a Web site that had no reason to exist before August, 2007, yet has become one of the best examples of modern democracy, and best uses for the Internet, ever.
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