PX, Old Town Alexandria. 2:47 am, September 7th, 2017
In the waning hours of another humid summer work night, the bartender turning down the business grimaced when the door opened and an older gentleman came shifting through the entrance. No doubt, this old timer couldn't sleep and thought to himself that
Yesterday, the Supreme Court of the U.S. decided Matal v. Tam. Simon Tam, lead singer of “The Slants”, applied for trademark protection of the band’s name—his reason: to reclaim the racial slur. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office denied it, under a statute that prohibits registration of a trademark that
Tom Brady really hopes the Patriots are the ones who get to play the NFL's first regular season game in China.
Which is convenient, since most DFO Commentists want him to spend some time next door in North Korea.
Jason Taylor has asked Jimmy Johnson to induct him
Man - it seems nobody wants to hit the Patriots in 2017.
Colin Kaepernick has decided to change his stance about the national anthem for 2017.
figuring that if he wants to get paid, he'd better stand up for himself
Strange things are afoot in DC, or operating normally with
Back at work today. Mid-week sick days just make things awkward. It's like getting a second Monday but with two-days worth of workload.
Tom Cable has withdrawn from consideration for the Niners head coaching job, so it's all but assured that Kyle Shanahan is the man expected to be
Scene: Exterior, late morning on a crisp, unseasonably warm December day in DC. An exciting weekend of football has been completed, as long as you can find "excitement" in missed field goals/extra points, a snowy Bears-49ers game that saw two NFL teams fail to complete a pass in the first quarter
Hey guys, isn't it fun how KICKERS are missing all over the place today? I sure do love how much more EXCITING this is making the game of football! Roger Goodell knows a smart rule change when he sees one, and this certainly cannot POSSIB-LIE go wrong.
Scotchy is out tonight
INT. RECORDING STUDIO – DAY
A pair of radio station employees stand in the production booth, obviously upset and arguing over something.
STATION MANAGER: You said you wanted a businessman! That's what we've got!
PRODUCER: I said a smart businessman! I'm amazed this guy can even tie his own shoes!
DAN SNYDER: [In the
NFL News & Notes:
A notion considered hilarious just two years ago, some sites are now projecting the Raiders to win the AFC West. No one wants to put odds on that though, as it might hamper the chances for a move.
More talk on the Vegas front involving the