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postheadericon Sportscaster on ‘Tebowing’: “Stop posing like him, and start living like him”

If you live in Colorado, unless you live under a rock, you know who Tim Tebow is.  The potential future of the Denver Broncos has become a hero for some, a villain for others, and not because of his play on the field but because of the man himself. Tebow is an devout Christian and […]

postheadericon Friday fun – Google Maps spots the Batcave

The Caped Crusader will be less than thrilled to find out that his lair has been spotted by satellites 22,000 miles above the Earth.  Stars and Stripes reports this week that the Batman’s secret hideout has been found – in Japan of all places. Well, it may not really be the Batcave but the large […]

postheadericon Red Skelton’s Pledge of Allegiance

Red Skelton was one of America’s classic radio and television stars.  For nearly 40 years, the comedian entertained us with his quick wit and vaudeville-like shows.  As America prepares to celebrate its 234th birthday tomorrow, a reminder of the importance of the greatest symbol of our nation – our flag – comes from this unlikely […]

postheadericon Et tu, Wonder Woman? Original superheroine sheds red, white and blue costume

While certainly nowhere near as big of a deal as the recent flap over our libraries’ failure to fly the flag, it appears the most famous female comic book superhero is set to drop her iconic patriotic costume.  DC Comics has announced that Wonder Woman will get a new outfit – sans the red, white […]

postheadericon Remembering September 11, 2001

Today marks the eighth anniversary of that fateful day when terrorists brought a fight to our homeland like which we had only seen one time before.  Certainly very little good can be said about that day but in the days and weeks that followed, a sense of patriotism and togetherness grew and our nation became […]

postheadericon Meet Me In the Stairwell

MEET ME IN THE STAIRWELL You say you will never forget where you were when you heard the news On September 11, 2001. Neither will I. I was on the 110th floor in a smoke filled room with a man who called his wife to say ‘Good-Bye.’ I held his fingers steady as he dialed. […]

postheadericon Floyd Little Selected as NFL Hall of Fame Finalist

Former Denver Broncos running back Floyd Little has [finally] been selected as a finalist for the NFL Hall of Fame class of 2010.  As one of two finalists from the Hall’s seniors committee, Little’s enshrinement is very close to a sure thing. Broncos fans have long felt their team was under appreciated and if any […]

postheadericon The Greatest Play In Baseball – Rick Monday Saves U.S. Flag

On April 25, 1976, a most incredible moment in baseball history happened.  Chicago Cubs outfielder Rick Monday made the ultimate saving catch when he snatched an United States flag from two protesters that were trying to set the flag on fire.  I wrote about this a couple years ago but recently a video story about […]

postheadericon Susan Boyle – A lesson in not judging a book by its cover

This is completely outside the normal range of items we post on here but after watching the video and reading the story on one Susan Boyle, we feel compelled to share it.  “Britain’s Got Talent” is a television show not unlike the similar one here in the United States (is it still on?).  Performers show […]

postheadericon Tuesday distraction – New Star Trek movie trailer released

Just for the fun of it for Trekkers….  A new trailer was released for the new Star Trek movie to come out next May.  This movie chronicles the original Enterprise crew in their early days.  Below is the trailer and you can read more information about the forthcoming movie here.

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