Food for Thought: Fans Suspect Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao’s Loss is All About the Numbers

Now I don’t often write about sports, in fact, I’m the type that enjoys quietly from the sidelines, but even Fenrir the Neutral-On-Most-Everything cannot let this outcome slide without comment. To those of you not in the know, last night was the scheduled boxing fight between Manny Pacquiao — the …

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Live Blog: NBA Western Conference Finals 2012 Game 6

NOTE: Once you open up the post, it will look really weird. Wait a few seconds, and it should correct itself. Posts You Might LikeWhich NBA Players do the Generation of Miracles Resemble? The Courtroom: It’s Official: Dennis Rodman is a Hall of Famer The Courtroom: CryGate Serge Ibaka’s Halloween …

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Historic Week for 2 Texas Rangers, Former Texas Ranger

What a week for Texas Ranger fans. A historic week. Besides the obvious amazing feats by Josh Hamilton, there were two other feats that deserve recognition. Chris Davis, 1B Davis is now a Baltimore Oriole, but he was a Ranger last season before he was traded. Last Sunday, May 6th, …

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The Courtroom Special feat. Hippiefreak of Anime Tree Part 3 of 3: American Views on Asians

(Continued from Part 2) Judge:  Hmmm that’s interesting.  In high school, no one I knew liked anime.  I wasn’t as big into it as I am now, but that’s because I have people to share my interest with.  Sharing culture is great as it promotes interest.  Hmmm anything else on this part? …

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The Courtroom: Tebowmania

With the Denver Broncos now ousted from the playoffs, it’s time to examine one of the greatest phenomenons in professional sports–“Tebowmania.”  No other quarterback in recent memory was able to garner so much attention–both positive and negative–as Tebow did this season.  What was the cause of such craziness?  Well…many things.  A …

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The Courtroom: No Winners in This Year’s BCS NCG

EDIT: CONGRATS TO BAMA! 21-0! Blowout and shutout! Still though, I have a hard time justifying Bama getting the outright title.  As happy as I am, it doesn’t feel right.  The moar I think about it, it’s only one game. They’re 1-1 against each other.  Regardless of the margin victory, …

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The Courtroom: The CP3 Drama

The biggest headline for the NBA this offseason (besides the dreadful lockout) has been the L.A. Clippers acquisition of Chris Paul, instantly transforming the hopeless franchise into a contender.  However, before CP3 was sent to the Clippers, a storm of criticism was directed at NBA commissioner David Stern for vetoing …

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