Friday, March 10, 2017
I have seen "The Karate Kid" many times, and like you, I always hate sympathy for Daniel LaRusso (played by Ralph Macchio) because I thought he was harassed, bullied and physically assaulted by the evil Johnny (Billy Zabka). Turns out I had incredibly misinterpreted what really went on: And they didn't even mention that Daniel kicked Johnny in the face, in clear violation of the rules of the tournament. If you like looking differently at movies you thought you knew, check out this trailer for the Shining.
Thursday, March 09, 2017
A leader who is often surly, nasty, dismissive and vindictive towards the media. He often picks fights with the media, especially over petty issues. And he mocks anyone who questions him. Yes, I am talking about Jim Boeheim. After his team lost in the ACC tournament he explained why he thinks the tournament should be in held in big cities every year. The city of Greensboro responded with a snarky tweet: "Jim Boeheim (No) Value Night" on April 11. All fans with a valid Syracuse, NY Driver's License will be given a free ticket, $20 in food and beverage vouchers, and a pre-game meet and greet with retired Hall of Fame Bat Dog, Miss Babe Ruth. "Contrary to what Jim Boeheim thinks, Greensboro is a great place and we want to show off our city, our ballpark and our southern hospitality to our friends from Syracuse. We know that not all of them are whiners and grouches like their basketball coach," said Grasshoppers Team President and General Manager Donald Moore. Boeheim will be honored during the "Whine of the Game" that night sponsored by Carolina Pediatrics of the Triad. "We may invite the coach to attend, although his presence will bring us no value, none," Moore continued. "I suspect he may already have plans to be at a game in New York, Washington, or Atlanta that evening and unable to come."
Wednesday, March 08, 2017
Tuesday, March 07, 2017
The good boychicks on the World Baseball Classic teams representing Israel had us all kvelling after they removed their caps for Hatikvah and put on kippot.