Tag Archives: Green Bay Packers

It’s All Bollocks Anyroad, Innit?

by Aranyakananda As I write this, I am “watching” Game 6 of the 2013 World Series online through a program called MLB.com Gameday, s program which I have snarkily referred to as “the equivalent of receiving pitch-by-pitch updates via telegraph.” … Continue reading

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Sorry Packers Fans, There Is No Such Thing As A “Blown Call”

by Aranyakananda As everyone who follows what North Americans call football has seen by now, there was a very controversial call by replacement referees at the end of the game between the Packers and the Seahawks last night. A “Hail … Continue reading

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