Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Pranks a Sport?

why is this being reported on espn.com? i didn't realize that stealing back your stupid cannon was sports news?

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8 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

look at the schools involved. it's cal tech versus MIT. in the world of nerds, this is as sports newsworthy as it gets!

3:46 PM EDT  
Blogger Steve72 said...

E to the x, dx, dy.

E to the x dy.

Tangent secant cosine sine

3.14159!!!!!

9:26 AM EDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great. Now we're going to get ads on pocket protectors.....

4 games to go for the Flyers, and each one a need to win. OK, maybe not a NEED, as they're already in the playoffs and I'm pretty sure they're about as good on the road as they are at home, but it would be nice....

- Joe

10:07 AM EDT  
Anonymous Phil said...

Slow news day. Probably why you're updating this site almost as often as Steve72 updates his.

Nice to see the Flyers cruising into the playoffs here. Think Esche gets the nod?

10:08 AM EDT  
Blogger Steve72 said...

Nothing has pissed me off lately. I need to be inspired to rant.

10:11 AM EDT  
Blogger The Big Dog said...

Okay, slow sports day and I've thought of a cool, yet stupid and useless game....when I first signed up for blogger I had a website which I've stopped updating because it sucked, but anyway it was Top 10 lists....if you ever seen the movie High Fidelity with John Cusack I love Top 10 lists...in the movie it was top 10 best opening songs on albums, but for this venue maybe we could do top 10 most underrated Philadelphia athlets...for example I will throw my hat in the ring....
1. Clemon Johnson
2. Ron Reed
3. Bobby Jones (not that underrated he was an all-star but much overshadowed by Doc and Moses)
4. Mark Howe
5. Clint Richardson
6. Jim Eisenreich
7. Frank LeMaster
8. Keith Byars (one of the smartest football players to ever play for the Eagles)
9. Bernard Hopkins
10. Brad McCrimmon

10:23 AM EDT  
Anonymous Phil said...

I liked that movie. While I'm not going to list 10 (that smacks of effort frankly), I'd go with Wes Hopkins, Mo Cheeks, and Rick Tochett of the last 20 years that I've been following Philly sports.

10:59 AM EDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Frank LeMaster? Wow, and I thought only West Chester people remembered him because of the health club he had.

As far as Esche, I don't know, we'll see how Nitty does with these last couple games. I think you go with who's been stronger for you lately when it comes to goaltenders.

Top 10...huh. Don't think I have enough knowledge there..... I think Greg Gross would have to be remembered in that list. He was a local boy too, from York, PA.

- Joe

12:15 PM EDT  

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