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Jon - 10/07/2012
It's October 1 and I'm sitting here watching the Bears intercept a Tony Romo pass for the fifth time tonight, essentially ending my fantasy football chances for the week. It's hard to be in a good mood
Sarah - 05/12/2012
Touring the parks to check out the fields as well as the cities out at the same time. A work in progress.
Last Comment: Jeremy - 09/07/2015 @ 08:29:51 PM - Coors Field is the 3rd oldest NL park, which is pretty crazy given the only 2 older are 2 of the 3 MLB stadiums that are more or less "intentionally old"....
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A GB Packer 2008 review (a record many expected, but for a different reason) and 2009 preview (more Favre!)
Alex - 09/10/2009
I tell it like it was and will be for the Green Bay Packers
Last Comment: Alex - 12/12/2009 @ 11:50:52 AM - Quarter #3 went very well for Green Bay. After losing to TB I assumed Dallas would be a loss and was 50/50 on Baltimore. But sacks are down and Woodson...
Read Entire Article: A GB Packer 2008 review (a record many expected, but for a different reason) and 2009 preview (more Favre!)
An Inspiring Read
Scott - 01/08/2009
As I have learned the simple art of reading, inspiration is not hard to come by. My passion for history, and specifically World War II, has lead me to a grand appreciation of all that the men who have served our country have done.
Last Comment: Carlos44ec - 01/09/2009 @ 12:24:01 PM - Watch band of brothers- and watch the episodes in relatively close proximity. Then, I defy you to see the final episode and not get all teary eyed. I...
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2008 Best Sports Moments
Sarah - 12/21/2008
A look back at the sports world for 2008.
Last Comment: Jeremy - 01/17/2019 @ 12:02:45 PM - It was basically my only exercise for the year.
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A GB Packer 2007 review (so close but yet so Favre) and 2008 preview (no more Favre!??)
Alex - 08/21/2008
I tell it like it was and will be for the Green Bay Packers
Last Comment: Alex - 09/09/2009 @ 09:11:17 PM - That game still hurts.
Read Entire Article: A GB Packer 2007 review (so close but yet so Favre) and 2008 preview (no more Favre!??)
Green Bay Packers 2008
PackOne - 08/20/2008
Perhaps the most anticipated season in the last two decades, let this thread forever stand in honor of the greatest team in the NFL.
Last Comment: PackOne - 08/25/2008 @ 12:46:32 PM - Packers make first cuts this morning. http://www.packerforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=16131...
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Hoop Dreams and The Indy 500
PackOne - 08/05/2008
Most of us have had a basketball hoop growing up. Mine reminds me of the Indy 500.
Last Comment: Jeremy - 08/05/2008 @ 04:46:10 PM - That's terrible. What are the odds of that happening, that you'd know him, and why to things like this to to only happen to good people?
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A Little Nutty - Scientology: Busted; Religion: Plausible
Jeremy - 05/02/2008
Chances are you have seen people writing off all religions, or better yet, anyone who believes in any religion based on the faulty premise that all religions are created equal.
Last Comment: Carlos44ec - 04/06/2015 @ 12:37:12 PM - http://www.cnet.com/news/religion-and-science-intertwined-snl-mocks-scientology...
Read Entire Article: A Little Nutty - Scientology: Busted; Religion: Plausible
Pat 'em on the Back or Kick 'em in the Face?
PackOne - 03/10/2008
PackOne's take on kids and self esteem.
Last Comment: Carlos44ec - 03/16/2008 @ 06:48:19 PM - its easier to ask forgiveness. Smack first, ask questions later.
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The Court of Public Opinion
Jeremy - 02/19/2008
Before you scold the "Court of Public Opinion" stop to consider that the public isn't bound by the same burden of proof that the normal court system has to abide by, nor should we be.
Last Comment: Scott - 02/20/2008 @ 08:06:45 PM - Also, here's food for thought. "...public opinion wins wars." -- Dwight D. Eisenhower, A Bridge Too Far, p. 67, Cornelius Ryan.
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What's In A Name
Scott - 10/27/2007
Every team has a name, and every name has a story. I'll breakdown the team nicknames into categories and tell some interesting stories about some interesting names.
Last Comment: Jon - 11/10/2007 @ 11:18:19 PM - That was gonna be my big insight! Also, the R on the uniforms has a curved appearance, which to me evokes the thought of the animal. It does not...
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Fixing the NFL Replay and Officiating: It's not 1942 anymore
Jeremy - 10/09/2007
Some steps the NFL can take to use some modern tactics to improve the officiating. The college system, a sequestered booth, and a tracking devices in the football, to name a few.
Last Comment: Jeremy - 10/19/2007 @ 11:06:42 PM - I just don't think that the events that actually took place being the outcome that resulted or not is something that should fall pray to "strategy." A...
Read Entire Article: Fixing the NFL Replay and Officiating: It's not 1942 anymore
A GB Packer 2006 review (meh) and 2007 preview (no more Ferguson!)
Alex - 08/21/2007
The Packers were mostly blah in 2006. They'll be better in 2007.
Last Comment: Alex - 12/31/2007 @ 04:05:45 AM - So end of regular season update time. My preason predictions where actually pretty close. Green Bay pulled out 2 more wins then I predicted. Then...
Read Entire Article: A GB Packer 2006 review (meh) and 2007 preview (no more Ferguson!)
Look, There's Some Middle Ground Here, People
Jeremy - 07/07/2007
An article on why everything doesn't have to be so black and white. Both sides of an issue argue the slippery slope "If we budge and inch, the other side will take a mile" argument and nothing ever happens. At what point did society completely lose it's ability to compromise on anything?
Last Comment: PackOne - 06/12/2008 @ 10:20:14 AM - You should call it "Crowded at Second" with Jeremy Lindgren
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Wonders of Wayne: The Top Five Waynes that I can think of
Jon - 05/28/2007
All Wayne all the time
Last Comment: Jeremy - 06/12/2007 @ 04:36:22 PM - I despise Keith Hernandez, but then again this is neither the time, nor the place.
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Mid-Month Music: Songs to Loudly 'Fill a Room'
Jeremy - 04/15/2007
A list of songs that will really fill a room if you really turn up the volume.
Last Comment: Jeremy - 09/13/2007 @ 10:05:17 AM - True, you can never go wrong with 3 or more Eddies singing at the same time.
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The Five Most Important Figures in Wisconsin Sports History
Scott - 04/03/2007
Wisconsin has a rich sports History. Here is a list of the five, well, make that six most important figures in Wisconsin Sports History.
Last Comment: Sarah - 01/28/2013 @ 07:12:11 PM - When I read this now, I hate myself. Thanks Brett....
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Dr. Jeremy...Breaking up is hard to do.
Jeremy - 02/14/2007
I wrote this article well over a year ago. Then it sat for months. Then I finished it. Then it sat for almost a year exactly. You can tell it's dated due to this mysterious "Page 3" I keep referring too.
Last Comment: Jeremy - 04/10/2007 @ 09:19:37 PM - Yea. Alex went to school there.
Read Entire Article: Dr. Jeremy...Breaking up is hard to do.
Hockey: Finding Its Place Above America's Fireplace
Scott - 02/12/2007
Hockey has been a part of American sports tradition for most of the 20th century. It is time to give it its much due respect.
Last Comment: Micah - 02/24/2007 @ 03:53:16 PM - I think SNES is the best game system of all time. In NHL 2001, shooting up and to the stick-side is good for a goal about 75% of the time as long as...
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IP Telephony: The Phone Never Sounded So Good
Scott - 02/09/2007
IP telephony is an emerging technology in the realm of business. It takes internet infrastructure and turns any computer or data network into a fully operational phone system.
Last Comment: Carlos44ec - 11/26/2007 @ 10:35:17 AM - Funny I should come by this article on my way to Football commentary. A coworker and I have been nominated to head an effort to gather information...
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Economics and You - Athletes, Nurses, and why you need to shut up already.
Jeremy - 11/10/2006
Of any Nutcan article I've ever meant to write this one has been on the back burner the longest. I think about writing it every time a high profile athlete holds out. I came pretty close to writing it
Last Comment: PackOne - 09/17/2008 @ 11:05:42 PM - This thread is two years old? I gave you five nuts for such a fancy looking and intricate post. Then I get to the end of the comments and find that actually...
Read Entire Article: Economics and You - Athletes, Nurses, and why you need to shut up already.
What If: Sports
Jeremy - 10/21/2006
Jeremy's list of sports related things he wishes he could know the outcome of.
Last Comment: Jeremy - 12/22/2006 @ 04:39:56 PM - Thanks for the comment Dan. There could be an entire "What if" article based only around the number of things that had to have gone wrong for the Vikings...
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Wait Till Next Year
Scott - 10/02/2006
The Brewers will give you hope and break your heart. Are they perennial contenders that always fail to win it all? No, they are constantly looking to bound over the hump that is a winning season.
Last Comment: Carlos44ec - 07/13/2007 @ 10:35:36 AM - Still waiting? Or is this "The Year?"
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9-11: Where I Was
Scott - 09/13/2006
9/11 was a day we will always remember. How could we possibly forget?
Last Comment: Jeremy - 09/13/2006 @ 10:03:05 PM - The really freaky thing was when that night people lined up at gas stations and ran like every gas station in town out of gas. I always get freaked...
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9/11 - Where were you?
Jeremy - 09/11/2006
I seem to be in the minority when it comes to 9/11. All I've heard or read is people that say they can't believe it's been that long already. While I remember feeling that way during the first few anniversaries,
Last Comment: Carlos44ec - 04/09/2007 @ 10:05:16 AM - We shut down the whole store because we needed to ensure we would have some gas for the morning commuters. That, and if you bleed the pumps dry you get...
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He Touched Us All: Goodbye Kirby Puckett
Jeremy - 03/07/2006
Jeremy's thoughts on what Kirby Puckett meant to him following Kirby's passing away.
Last Comment: Jeremy - 03/08/2006 @ 01:30:54 PM - There is a service Sunday at 7 at the Dome. Is anyone interested? Gates open at 6, not sure what time we'd need to get there to get it. Link here...
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Chester A. Arthur: A Look-back at Presidents
Jeremy - 03/05/2006
21st President of the United States Full Name:Chester Alan Arthur
Last Comment: Matt - 09/28/2006 @ 12:23:37 PM - This is now the second most helpful article on Nutcan.com. It is, however, still far behind my pudding pop article for the top spot.
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A Packer's 2005 review (good riddance) and 2006 preview (Bushless and Favreless?)
Alex - 01/30/2006
Last Comment: Jeremy - 08/21/2007 @ 11:35:59 PM - Tada!
Read Entire Article: A Packer's 2005 review (good riddance) and 2006 preview (Bushless and Favreless?)
Classic "3" - Typos to Sexual Assault
Jeremy - 01/25/2006
Since Page 3ís fourth birthday is around this time I thought I would list some classic moments in Page 3 history. Although many moments have inspired future stories to grandchildren I have chosen the
Last Comment: Alex - 02/13/2008 @ 12:04:59 AM - I think there should be a yearly best of/worst of type article. 1 2 3 not it.
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NFL 2005 Year In Review
Jeremy - 01/03/2006
The 2005 Minnesota Vikings
Last Comment: Jeremy - 03/23/2006 @ 07:44:34 PM - I enjoy/want to cry at the fact that I called the Daunte trade at the end there.
Read Entire Article: NFL 2005 Year In Review
The Debate: Part 4
Jon - 11/10/2005
A while back, Page 3 was home to a debate about which sport was better -- football, or baseball. And while it aroused intense feelings on both sides (too intense at times), the debate was always lacking
Last Comment: icbeast - 01/02/2006 @ 12:19:04 AM - I'm looking for some of my preseason Packer's comments and am having some difficulty because the Page3 search feature is worthless, and anyway I have...
Read Entire Article: The Debate: Part 4
Thoughts of a Happy Sports Fan
Alex - 02/23/2005
Did Moss want out of Minnesota? Why did he walk off the field early? Those are the biggest questions in my mind right now. The only way I can possibly attempt to justify trading Randy Moss is if he
Diatribe of a Mad Sports Fan
Jeremy - 02/23/2005
Today the Minnesota Vikings, not to be outdone by...themselves, set the new gold standard in stupid trades. The Vikings got a second Darwin award to proudly display in the halls of Winter Park where,
Last Comment: Jeremy - 04/04/2005 @ 10:55:39 PM - Not sure why this is on a Redskins Board but it's hilarious. As is This...
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Hardly Identical Twins
Jon - 10/05/2004
Sometimes it's fun to step into the WayBack machine and look at how things have changed (or stayed the same). Just over a year ago, I wrote a little article about the Minnesota Twins and why you should
Last Comment: icbeast - 10/07/2004 @ 06:06:07 PM - I HATE THE YANKEES!!!!
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The Beginning Of An Era
Jeremy - 06/27/2004
Sooner or later I knew it had to happen. As of these words I have 2 days of summer vacation left, ever. Actually, I take that back, technically itís past midnight so, besides the fact that my mogui will
Last Comment: azariah (Guest) - 07/14/2004 @ 12:21:07 PM - sorry for telling u thet u suck. thought ur name was matt till i went back to the forums and re read the article. SORRY!
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Still a Misogynist...Apparently
Jeremy - 05/14/2004
So I promised our loyal readers (both of them) back at the beginning of the semester when I wrote the first article that I would write an article to discuss how my views have changed.
Last Comment: Carlos44ec - 01/30/2008 @ 07:58:12 AM - I also like the IBM commercials. We have a policy here against buzz words. Did you know that if you use 3 buzzwords a client/customer/otherperson doesn't...
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Jeremy, Matt, Jon, and Sarah - 04/12/2004
Once again the Page 3 staffers found themselves at Opening Day at the HHH Metrodome. This time however, rather than the first game at the dome being in August the first game of the Twins season was at
Last Comment: Sarah - 09/30/2018 @ 05:31:40 PM - Joe if this is it, what a career. But I hope it isn't...
Read Entire Article: Opening Day...Again
Get me...A Jell-O Pudding Pop!
Matt - 04/04/2004
The Jell-O Pudding Pop... never has such a tasty treat caused such an unexplainable mystery. Back in the early 1990s Jell-O Pudding Pops disappeared from the marketplace, denying future generations of
Last Comment: Sarah - 09/16/2014 @ 05:21:37 PM - Bought some pudding pops today. Not for the same reason as most of our female readers but because I was walking down the frozen treats aisle, they beckoned...
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Page 3 Jumps the Shark
Jeremy, and Sarah - 03/25/2004
AP - Eau Claire - Often times when a TV series falls on hard times a quick fix solution is for two of the main characters to get married. It temporarily increases ratings despite the fact that, in general,
Last Comment: Matt - 06/23/2004 @ 02:46:26 PM - Page 3 has "Gone GP on us". (Check #14 in link for reference)...
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Liberty and Justice For All
Sarah - 02/01/2004
The star basketball player is accused of sexual assault, and the world is shocked. This decision could impact his whole life and yet he continues to play basketball, and no one denies him this. Is something
Last Comment: Jeremy - 06/23/2007 @ 01:48:03 AM - This thread being reopened inspired a new language filter, it's not perfect, but it'll do for now. (p.s. It's only for guests, signed in people will see...
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Jeremy the Misogynist
Jeremy - 01/28/2004
I hesitate to write this article for a few reasons. For one, for whatever reason, we go a really long time between articles and yet whenever Jon happens to write one it seems to spend roughly half a day
Last Comment: PackOne - 05/24/2008 @ 07:47:11 PM - Check out Ram Accubar driver. Very cheap and I still hit it better than with my buddies Callaway. Thanks for reading Alex.
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Worst Ideas in Sports
Jon - 01/24/2004
After reading the title, you may think that this article deals with things like the XFL, the glow puck, and televised professional golf.
Last Comment: Scott - 07/16/2012 @ 08:51:17 AM - http://www.jsonline.com/sports/stupid-is-as-sports-does-4d64ilf-162539086.html Add this to your list of stupid sports ideas....
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Jeremy - 11/28/2003
The saga began after Sarah and I ate Thanksgiving lunch and finished watching a very entertaining football game at her house. I was talking to Sarah's mom about the day after Thanksgiving sales. Sarah's
Last Comment: Uncle Mark (Guest) - 04/27/2005 @ 03:17:21 PM - Jerm, you are quite the author. You should be writing a book! Great story. It is really an interesting fact, how such a mundane story can be doctored...
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Cheer for the Minnesota Twins Today
Jon - 09/29/2003
The Major League baseball playoff picture is basically set and the postseason games will begin soon. If your favorite team happened to make it in this year, congratulations. Many of you, however, need
Last Comment: Jeremy - 10/02/2003 @ 12:04:00 AM - Radke was indeed born in the same city as Page 3 and oddly enough he was actually conceived on top of the webserver.
Read Entire Article: Cheer for the Minnesota Twins Today
Jeremy - 08/20/2003
Step aside newbies and newbettes. Seriously, get out of the chair. Your resident computer techie Uncie Germ is going to give your computer a much needed tune up. Because lets face it, those pop ups are
Last Comment: PackOne - 03/10/2008 @ 10:25:06 PM - Those are my new favorite things....
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Our Butler Encounter
Jon, and Sarah - 08/02/2003
Last Comment: Jeremy - 08/31/2015 @ 10:32:54 PM - The doc file of Jon's interview transcript with 2 lines in it seems to have gone missing over the years, but really I think it's almost funnier as a 404...
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Diary of an All Star...Game...Again
Jeremy - 07/15/2003
This time it counts.
Baseball: America's PASTime
Jeremy - 06/06/2003
While I might be repeating stuff you've already read or you're getting tired of the subject I had to put it my 1 and ĺ cents on the subject. Maybe Jon will even write a forth article on the subject when
Last Comment: Sarah - 04/27/2010 @ 08:39:59 PM - I'm so happy Neshek decided to check out our website!...
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Dick "Dr. Strangeglove" Stuart, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Baseball
Matt - 06/05/2003
Also Known as:
Last Comment: Anon. Nut Can Fan (Guest) - 07/15/2018 @ 05:48:16 PM - Baseball is lame ahahahaha
Read Entire Article: Dick "Dr. Strangeglove" Stuart, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Baseball
Why Baseball Sucks Compared to Football (Wussy Sport vs. Full Contact Action Sport)
Sarah - 06/03/2003
I'm happy when the Twins win, but nothing thrills me more than a Packer victory. Here are my reasons why football is so much more enjoyable and more important than baseball
With 16 games in the season,
Last Comment: Moe Lester (Guest) - 05/10/2018 @ 11:55:38 AM - Ur mum gey
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My Turn to Ramble Incoherently
Sarah - 06/01/2003
Ah summer, that wonderful time of the college student working his or her ass off to make some money. It's a good time. It's hard to imagine that my fellow 2000 graduates will be graduating from college
Last Comment: Scott - 06/23/2004 @ 07:20:17 PM - I guess that makes me a "simpleton" too, since I agree with her.
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Matthew's Baseball Preview
Matt - 03/19/2003
With the baseball season upon us, I thought I might
as well try to predict the 25 men who will make the 2003 Opening Day roster
of the Minnesota Twins. While most of the roster spots are
Last Comment: Carlos44ec - 05/02/2007 @ 10:04:42 AM - I wish you could see the games on TV. They have some awesome times... like last night. And who was that dude with Ponson's jersey on?!? He could actually...
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The Right to Gather
Sarah - 03/07/2003
"War is not
the answer," this may be so, but is the real answer a protest? I think not.
An answer is a solution to a problem, but I do not see the nation's problems
solved, the only
More Power To Them
Jeremy - 03/01/2003
Often times in this country we forget what this place is all about. The
freedom to do what ever the hell we want when we want. Just kidding, but we
do have the right to freedom of speech,
Reflections on a Semester
Jon - 02/10/2003
When I finally got some
time to relax after first semester, I decided to take some time and gather
some thoughts on the term. Below are a few of these thoughts. They're not
Last Comment: Scott Matson - 09/01/2003 @ 06:49:15 PM - I feel that the "Take your pants and leave" comment hits close to home. (or should I say close to camp)
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The End of an Era
Jeremy - 08/19/2002
Once upon a time I started my career at Copps Food
Center.As my career there
comes to a close and I think back to all those yesterdays I spent there I
decided to complain a bit about
Last Comment: Justin (Guest) - 11/03/2003 @ 01:48:50 PM - Love all the PJ references. I got about 4-5 while reading the first time, then went back through it and saw a ton "Once" i realized what was going on. Kudos...
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Sarah - 07/19/2002
Summer is a time of baseball games, trips to the beach, mosquitoes, and the time honored tradition of vacations.Due to time constraints, Jeremy, Jon, and I* went to the Chicago area.Our plan was this:
Last Comment: Sarah - 08/08/2014 @ 10:15:13 PM - Just found a mixed CD from this trip. Good times.
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The Butler Did It
Sarah - 07/19/2002
I was at work on break, when I read the horrible
news. I let out such an audible gasp that my co-workers asked if I was all right. Some people may say I'm a bit emotional (or emotionally unstable,
The Five Most Important Figures in Minnesota Sports History
Matt - 07/16/2002
Last Comment: Scott - 01/30/2013 @ 12:45:38 PM - ...
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Diary of an All Star...Game
Jeremy - 07/09/2002
7:00 Game time woooooooooooo
Last Comment: Jeremy - 05/10/2007 @ 03:01:04 PM - I don't think you really want to open the "misspelling" can of worms.
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Spring and Sports: Part II
Jon - 07/07/2002
wasn't in the greatest mood earlier, so I decided to use some of the
energy I had to write an article for Page 3.
Last Comment: Scott - 09/12/2003 @ 03:11:37 PM - yeah, baseball still rules. I don't care what any one else says.
Read Entire Article: Spring and Sports: Part II
The Science Museum Debacle
Jon - 06/13/2002
I'm out of school for the summer and have a fair amount of free time on my
hands. That being the case, I was excited about tagging along on a
field trip to the Science Museum of Minnesota
An Evening With John Mayer
Jeremy - 04/17/2002
Sarah and I (Jeremy) were in attendance at John Mayer's concert at the Quest in Minneapolis on April 16th. I thought I would critique the night's happenings. On our way to get in line we saw him walking
Last Comment: Matt - 04/05/2004 @ 05:47:27 AM - John Mayer sucks.
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Opening Day at the Homer Dome
Jeremy - 04/13/2002
Baseball is here folks, well, I guess it has been for a while. For some reason the twins home opener was 16 weeks into the season. So four of us (Myself, Jon, Matt, and Andrew) hopped in the Pehle
Blah Blah Blah, More Ramblings
Jeremy - 04/09/2002
I'm not saying that I'm the smartest person in
the world but am I the only college student who wonders how some of the
other students got into college? I
actually heard this exchange
My Krispy Kreme Adventure
Jon - 04/02/2002
started out just over two years ago on a bus trip to Virginia. At
some point on the trip, my brother pointed out a Krispy Kreme doughnut
shop and commented on their popularity.
X-Files: Why I am not sad to say good-bye
Sarah - 03/10/2002
A saga is coming to a close and yet I am not as traumatized as I had thought. A great sense of relief has overcome me. My love affair began my freshman year of high school, and now my relationship has
Last Comment: Sarah - 04/16/2008 @ 05:46:23 PM - So how much of a hole have I been living in? I knew they were working on the 2nd movie but I didn't know it was coming out July 25th. I feel anothe...
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Spring and Sports: Part I
Jon - 03/09/2002
I love Spring. I simply love it. The sun comes out of hibernation, the snow begins to melt, and we are reminded that the color green does, in fact, exist. Spring even has its own smell, and I love
American TV goes for a perfect 7
Jeremy - 02/23/2002
The seven deadly sins have been around for a long time. Why is it recently TV executives are turning to them for show ideas? Here are some examples.
The 'Man' says, "Hand it over Bill"
Jeremy - 02/19/2002
A federal judge has ruled Microsoft has to supply the computer code for its Windows program to a group of states seeking stiffer antitrust sanctions against the software giant. Nine state attorneys general
Fixing the Olympics
Matt - 02/10/2002
Yeah, the Olympics are great, but I think I could improve the games, and your enjoyment of them with one change. This wont solve all the problems of the Olympics, but it's a start.
Last Comment: Alex - 01/31/2007 @ 08:59:09 PM - Apparently I started a tradition of commenting on this article every year at this time, so I must continue to carry the torch. I just gave this article...
Read Entire Article: Fixing the Olympics
Greedy Greedy People
Jeremy - 02/07/2002
With every one chiming in about Enron I thought I
would throw my two cents. While I think the upper echelon of Enron should
take an Ethics 101 course I
think we are all over looking
Yet Another Ramblings
Jeremy - 02/07/2002
Is there a more useless device on the earth than a remote control with no power button?
Jeremy - 01/29/2002
I decided to record
my random stream of consciousness at work one night. Here are my