Is Randy Moss Treated Fairly By The Media?

Oct 25, 2011
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I’ll start by saying that I’m biased – I’m a Randy Moss fan.  I have a #84 jersey in my closet. I’m not going to say that Moss is a saint.  Clearly he’s not.  He ran into legal issues in high school (although race did play a role in the most prominent incident) and had […]

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Friday Roundup

Oct 21, 2011
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No new episode of Treasure Hunt today.  My creative energies have been diverted elsewhere this week.  A secret project is underway – more about that next week (hopefully). If you’re thinking of buying a Kindle, check out my review from a couple of weeks ago.  I touch on the pros and cons of each model.  […]

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Post #1000: Has This Blog Been Successful?

Oct 19, 2011
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Today is the 1000th post for The Soap Boxers. (Technically, we’ve had more than 1000, but a bunch of them had to be deleted after I discovered that a writer was plagiarizing). It’s been three years since the blog was launched. Has it been successful? Depends on what you’re trying to measure. Financial Success Regardless […]

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The World Series Begins Today!

Oct 19, 2011
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If you’ve been paying attention over the past few years, you might realize that I’m a baseball fan.  I love the playoffs and World Series, even when my team isn’t in it (sadly the case this year).  The World Series is my Super Bowl (times seven!) This year’s matchup pits the St. Louis Cardinals from […]

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Treasure Hunt Chapter 2: Cheryl’s Den

Oct 14, 2011
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1. Chapter 1: The Game Begins 2. Chapter 2: Cheryl’s Den Cheryl sighed, and pulled herself out of the soothing bubble bath.  If she stayed in the bath much longer, the wrinkles in her skin would become permanent.  She dried herself off and changed into a pair of comfortable sweat pants. This was the life, […]

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Treasure Hunt Chapter 1: The Game Begins

Oct 07, 2011
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1. Chapter 1: The Game Begins 2. Chapter 2: Cheryl’s Den “The problem with money,” Lawrence Peters opined, “is that the ability to buy anything you want takes away the thrill of the chase.” The others at the table nodded their agreement. None of them had yet reached forty-five years of age, and all of […]

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Why The Republicans Can’t Win

Oct 05, 2011
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With everyone, including Barack Obama, painting the sitting president as an underdog, I feel compelled to suggest that everyone is wrong. In fact, the Republicans can’t win – and here’s a candidate-by-candidate breakdown of why they will fail. Sarah Palin – The rest of this article is intended to be taken as satire, but my words […]

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What I like About My Kindle

Sep 29, 2011
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In the span of about a year, I’ve gone from thinking I would never use an e-Reader to being an owner of a Kindle.  Much of this was spurred by the ease of deploying Kindle books.  I currently have 3 Kindle books listed on Amazon – perhaps it was time to take the plunge myself? […]

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Should We Get Rid of the Death Penalty?

Sep 23, 2011
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The recent focus on the case of Troy Davis has made me think about the death penalty and its place in the American justice system.  I won’t comment on whether or not I feel Davis is guilty, because I haven’t paid enough attention to his case to justify having an opinion. Capital punishment is a […]

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Will The Big 12 and Big East Merge?

Sep 20, 2011
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Members of the Big XII conference have been scrambling for the exit door for more than a year.  Nebraska and Colorado have already exited for the Big 10 and Pac 12, respectively.  Texas A&M is actively trying to exist, and Texas, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, and Texas Tech are exploring their options.  If those schools all leave the […]

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