The Morning Mug: So It Begins
I think it’s brilliant! What an idea! And I was there! He took the idea! He saw it ripe on the tree, he plucked it, and he put it in his pocket. It’s, it’s, dare I say… genius? Ah, no, no! But maybe, ooh! ah! maybe it is! Maybe I’m in the presence of greatness, maybe I just don’t know it. But I saw it…
That idea of course was Dan Walsh’s The Daily Drink and what became an everyday ritual for many, Dan’s Morning Coffee column. Unfortunately, The Daily Drink was folded in February leaving a void for many of us. At the time I had emailed Dan about perhaps taking up the reins, at least for the Morning Coffee-type column. Well, it only took a month or so but the torch has been relit and The Morning Mug starts today. What can you expect? I hope the same exacting and high standards of decorum, integrity and snark that Dan provided to you all. I imagine it’ll take a while to get a good feel and flow for this so please bare with us during the growing pains. So without further ado…
Brian Scholfield still hopeful , hope it works out for him.
Brian Carriveau has this past weekend’s NFL Combine covered for you
Jersey Al has his thoughts on the combine as well.
Only 6 days till the Oscars, here’s something to keep you busy until then.
The Bucks lost in OT
This is from last week, but if you didn’t see it you really need to: Stephen Colbert interviewed by Bob Costas…wait till the end, priceless.
Baseball must be getting closer as Miller Park Drunk has started making fun of Anthony Witrado
Did anyone watch the Marriage Ref? This pretty much sums up what I thought it would be, without even watching it.
Thanks Vancouver- I’m a big fan of the Olympics in general and enjoy the every other year two week period when they are on. Overall impressive performance for the US athletes, winning the medal count over Germany by 7 medals, although kudos to Canada for owning the Gold Medal count with 14. Speaking of Canada, I tweeted last night after the Gold Medal match that the win probably meant more to the Canada then it did to the US. I was quickly taken to task saying how could I think that, but the person responding to me was speaking of the players, I had been thinking more macro when I made the statement thinking country, not individual. I still stand by that statement though, winning the Gold Medal in Hockey was more important to Canada as a nation then losing the game was/is to the United States. No matter what you may think of that statement, it was a great game and an good end to what many thought was an Olympics filled with failure. We’ll end on that note and also say farewell to some of our own US Olympians:
Tanith Belbin – The real reason 5 grown men were watching ice dancing two weeks ago in a remote hunting cabin in Polk County, true story