Monthly Archives: November 2017

Hey, Jeffie, why didn’t you disclose YOUR conflict of interest?

Regular readers of his blog know that Podunk Pelline has a double standard for activities in these parts: There’s one standard that applies to Jeffie and a second standard that applies to everybody else. A good example can be found … Continue reading

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Bear River an underdog (or not) in Section V playoffs

Bear River enters tonight’s Section V matchup at Capital Christian as a decided underdog even though both schools have 7-3 records, according to gushin’ Joe Davidson of The Sacramento Bee. Davidson, The Bee’s long-time cheerleader for prep sports,  considers Capital … Continue reading

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The irresponsible Facebook posters of Nevada County

The internet is changing the way we communicate, as people like Podunk Pelline are forever telling us, but they don’t bother to mention the downside of this communication revolution. We saw an example of the downside earlier this week when … Continue reading

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Is Kaepernick being blackballed by the NFL? You decide

The attorney for former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has repoertedly requested cell phone records and is scheduling depositions from at least 5 NFL team owners as he pursues a grievance alleging collusion against signing the QB to an NFL contract. … Continue reading

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Colfax has an easier path to the playoffs than Bear River

The Bear River and Colfax football teams have to win their season finales tonight to qualify for post-season play, even though each school would have a 2-3 league record. But that’s the way things work in an era where everybody … Continue reading

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