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Your community is a college town when…

Sofas and couches are considered roadside artwork and/or a front porch decoration. Mascot(s) seem to appear from out of nowhere at every venue. Beer consumption exceeds water consumption. The drinking age is only a guideline. The first really warm day … Continue reading

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The Final Bore (unless you are from Kentucky)

Yippy! Same old story, same old song and dance at the NCAA basketball tournament. Following two years of Cinderella stories written by Butler we now returneth to the Final Bore. – Unless you are from the Commonwealth of Kentucky, which … Continue reading

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I don’t give a flip about the BCS championship game

LSU versus Alabama. How nauseating. I refuse to watch this game and hope it gets miniscule ratings. There is no logical reason why two teams from the same conference should be playing this game when the opponents are “chosen” versus … Continue reading

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