Monthly Archives: April 2016

This is what can happen when you become a high tech magnet

There aren’t many Republicans left in California, but there are still enough to hold an annual state convention that convenes Friday at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Burlingame. (I know, they claim the hotel is at the airport, but it’s … Continue reading

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The trend line is up for the Raiders and down for the 49ers

The 32 teams of the National Football League will roll the dice again tonight as they start the three-day process of drafting what they hope will be their future stars. There are only three things we know for sure before … Continue reading

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Save this sound investment advice for future reference

There are a lot of sports bettors who are known as angle guys, people who are looking for specific situations they can exploit to their advantage. They are no more successful than other types of bettors, but that doesn’t mean … Continue reading

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We get to renew our love-hate relationship with Barry Bonds

Northern California baseball fans get to renew their love-hate relationship with Barry Bonds this weekend while the Miami Marlins are in town for a three-game series with the Giants. Bonds is the team’s hitting coach, the only baseball job he … Continue reading

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Want to remain politically correct? Here’s the latest

Most people who pay attention to the news are familiar with the term LGBT, which stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender. The term has been in the news a lot recently because our fellow citizens in the South, who seem … Continue reading

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What we have here is a failure to utilize situational awareness

Most of us utilize situational awareness to modify our behavior as we navigate our way through life. The way I interact with my niece’s 4-year-old son is different ¬†from the way I act when I’m watching a football game with … Continue reading

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