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Monday, May 19, 2021

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Seems like the National Football League has become an irresistible object of scrutiny for lawmakers across North America. Not only is the Spygate inquiry doggedly continuing, in the face of common sense, but now the Canadian Parliament is about to consider a bill that would pre-emptively prevent an NFL franchise from invading the Great White North.

Nothing like attracting cross-border governmental attention. And that’s over relatively small-potato side issues. Just wait until the looming lockout season of 2011 rolls around.

by Costa Tsiokos, Mon 05/19/2008 09:41:26 PM
Category: Football, Politics
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How weird is this:

Just as I was sitting down for lunch earlier today, Will Truman and his blog Hit Coffee popped into my mind. For no particular reason, either. True, he’s left many a comment in this space, but not recently; nor have I visited his site lately.

A few minutes later, after putting away half my meal, I pulled out my iTouch for a routine check of email, as well as goings-on at PopStat.

And what do you know: Just as I was checking, Will left two comments on this site.

How did I sense not only commenting activity on my blog, but also the identity of the commenter? Beats me. I’m hoping it was just coincidence, and not some unholy Web-mind meld.

by Costa Tsiokos, Mon 05/19/2008 08:52:42 PM
Category: Bloggin'
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