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steven-belanger's picture
Mar.22.2014
    Photo: book's cover, from its Wikipedia Page   Outstanding collection of first-person observations of many ballplayers--mostly from the New York Giants, Pittsburgh Pirates, and Cincinnati Reds--from those who began their careers in the late-1890s / early 1900s (Tommy Leach...
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Mar.04.2014
After the Revolutionary War, the New England states were in large part, developed from English immigrants who had lived in English towns. In the Southern states, the Carolinas, Maryland and Virginia, though not entirely, English immigrants from the English countryside settled. When looking at...
phil-naessens's picture
Feb.17.2014
  There’s about a month and a half of NBA hoops left in the regular season and I think this is the best time to be an NBA fan. The last third of the season and the playoffs are always an amazing time for NBA fans. I’m really looking forward to it.   ESPN’s Marc Stein is claiming the New...
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Feb.27.2013
  The Fantasy Basketball season is winding down and the playoffs are approaching quickly. Please join Sports-Kings Pass the Pill managing editor Andy Flint and host Phil Naessens as they discuss what impact, if any, last weeks NBA trade deadline moves affects Fantasy Basketball as...
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Jan.31.2013
On Thursdays Phil Naessens Show The Sports Goons Jameyan Smith joins Phil to discuss the recent Major League Baseballs newest PEDS scandal, Tiger Woods, Akron University using Twitter handles as name tags on their jerseys, the New York Jets possibly trading cornerback Darrelle Revis, and...
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Dec.18.2012
  On Tuesdays edition of the Phil Naessens Show Phil shares his thoughts on the Los Angeles Angels signing of former Texas Rangers slugger Josh Hamilton and the New York Mets decision to trade 2012 Cy Young Award winner R.A. Dickey to the Toronto Blue Jays. Phil is then joined by Bowen...
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Aug.17.2012
Tonight Phil is joined by The Sports Goons Jameyan Smith and the topics are Bobby Valentine, Melky Cabrera, Michael Kaye, a rundown of the standings in the National and American Leagues, the Dwight Howard trade and why Phil believes the New York Knicks will win 55 games in 2013 good enough for a...
dale-estey's picture
Nov.26.2011
I had no interest in reading, writing, or any of the arts until I was sixteen and in grade ten. Then, in the course of a month (and with no appreciable cause) I started to "write". One of my first (and perhaps the first) complete and coherent "stories" was about a classroom pencil sharpener which...
dale-estey's picture
Dec.20.2010
    N.S. lobster exporters eye Europe weatherCBC News Exporters are hoping lobster from Nova Scotia will get to Europe this week. (CBC) The winter weather in Europe is rattling the nerves of lobster exporters in Nova Scotia, who are preparing for the annual Christmas rush. The tarmac outside...
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Nov.21.2010
Freedom of expression is what made the Western world the civilized world. In countries, where free speech is valued, citizens are citizens that express their thoughts and opinions, without being persecuted or jailed. While in countries, where there is no free speech, people are not treated like...