‘Tis the season ladies and gentlemen. The lights are shining bright, snow is falling from the sky, carolers are still creepily knocking on neighbors’ doors to sing to them with zero permission… The Christmas season is in full swing. While this means a lot of dreaded time with Uncle Jim and his annoying children, it … Continue reading How To Survive Your Office Holiday Party
The Winter Meetings are in full swing in San Diego this week and one of the biggest names swirling throughout the halls of Hilton Bayfront is Kristopher Lee Bryant. The Chicago Cubs have stated they will need to clear some space on the payroll before moving their attention to strengthening their current roster. Unfortunately, Kris … Continue reading Why The Cubs Should NOT Trade Kris Bryant
Since the World Series championship in 2016, the Chicago Cubs have had multiple offseasons of disappointment. Signings that did not pan out as expected, failure to address needs, and straight-up bad signings have plagued the North Siders in recent years. For that reason, we are turning our focus to the fictional cinematic universe to finally fix … Continue reading Which Movie Characters Could Fix The Cubs Problems?
We are back folks! Last year, I wrote a blog power ranking my thanksgiving foods. This will be very similar but with age my pallet and opinions have matured. I have shifted a few of the big dogs around while added a couple pals to the back end. Now onto the rankings we go. I … Continue reading 2nd Annual Thanksgiving Food Power Rankings
The Chicago Bears won a football game on Sunday afternoon. The narrowly beat one of the worst defenses in the NFL. Oh yea, the Lions also started Jeff Driskell. The game came down to the last drive of the game. Read that paragraph again please. I don't want anyone getting too excited. The Bears hardly … Continue reading #TinThoughts: The Chicago Bears Won A Football Game
At the end of the 2018-2019 NFL regular season, Matt Nagy was the darling of the NFL. He had taken over for John Fox and turned the Bears from a 5-11 team to NFC North champions. The defense was considered with some of the best in Bears history and the offense seemed to have a … Continue reading Did The Double Doink Break Matt Nagy’s Brain?
A year and a half ago I decided it was time. It was time for me to step out of society norms and be my own person. I had been chained down for too long. I was sick of listening to everything the man said. I had enough. It was time to cut the cord … Continue reading My Experience As A Cord Cutting Millennial
Pawnee, Indiana. Scranton, Pennsylvania. Home to two of the greatest groups of employees ever to be assembled on television. Every once in awhile, network television knocks it out of the park. NBC had two of the biggest cult following fanbases strapped to their televisions for years. Now they have those same fanbases using their shows … Continue reading Which Parks And Rec Characters Would Fit In At Dunder Mifflin?
Case Keenum is god awful. The Bears defense is still out of this world. As my friend Dominic Torretto once said "it don't matter if you win by an inch or a mile, winning's winning. Let's start with the man under center, Mitch Trubisky. Overall, I am going to give him a grade of a … Continue reading #TinThoughts: Thank You Case Keenum
Pathetic (adjective): 1: having a capacity to move one to either compassionate or contemptuous pity 2: marked by sorrow or melancholy : SAD 3: pitifully inferior or inadequate 4: ABSURD, LAUGHABLE That is the only way I can start this. What a pathetic excuse of a game that was for the Chicago Bears. Before we … Continue reading #TinThoughts: Pathetic