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
The Chicago Bears traveled all the way to London to get their doors blown off by the Raiders 24-21 on Sunday. I know what you are thinking, "they lost by 3 points, I wouldn't call that getting their doors blown off". The score does not do justice for the pitiful performance the Bears brought to … Continue reading #TinThoughts: London Falling
In November of 2014, Joe Maddon kicked off his Cubs tenure by getting a beer and a shot for the entire bar at Cubby Bear. Five years later, Joe took questions from the media with a Corona in his hand. What Joe Maddon did in between those adult beverages is something Cubs fans will remember … Continue reading Thank You Joe
The Chicago Bears took a major hit, depending who you ask, but still managed to win a pivotal divisional game at Soldier Field Sunday afternoon. The defense was up to their usual antics while Chase Daniel did exactly what he needed to secure a victory. To be completely honest with you, I truly don't have … Continue reading #TinThoughts: In The Nick Of Time
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
The 2019 Chicago Cubs lost another 10th inning heartbreaker against the NL Central leading St. Louis Cardinals. This coming after losing a 10th inning heartbreaker against the Cincinnati Reds on Wednesday night. Instead of being 2 games back of the NL Central lead, the Chicago Cubs now sit 4 games back. If the season were … Continue reading The 2019 Chicago Cubs Failures Fall On One Person