About: Harland O. Dog

The "artist" formerly known as BigSnakeMan....Lifelong Wisconsin sports fan; grew up in Stevens Point during the '60s & '70s. Came of age as a sports fan following the Packers, Brewers & Badgers of that time so I'm conditioned to losing and disappointment. Found myself at home almost literally in the shadow of Lambeau Field. I try not to pretend to know more than I do but I may not always be successful. I tend not to take things very seriously so if you don't care for what I write on this site, blame my nephew Wally for roping me into this.

Website: http://www.pocketdoppler.com

Twitter: MaxwellSmart

Recent Posts

A Violent Femme’s View-I Thought You Were Only Joking, My Dear

A Violent Femme’s View-I Thought You Were Only Joking, My Dear

(Editor’s note:  Despite the byline above, the following was written by PD contributor Colleen.  I, personally, am not a ‘Femme’, violent or otherwise.  Please direct your comments accordingly.) I’d... read more »

 

What’s So Funny ‘Bout Football, Love & Understanding

What’s So Funny ‘Bout Football, Love & Understanding

This post isn’t necessarily intended as an apology for the current plight of the Green Bay Packers, but those at whom it’s directed will almost certainly perceive it that way.  I consider it more an appeal to logic.  I just have... read more »

 

Pocket Doppler Prognosticators – Super Bowl Edition

Pocket Doppler Prognosticators – Super Bowl Edition

Each week last season, the 3 Founding Fathers of Pocket Doppler (Wally, Harland O. Dog & Chris Richards), Senior Angel Colleen and favored stepson Rich would square off in picking the winner of the Packers, Sunday night & MNF games... read more »

 

A Little Perspective On Fans & Coaches

A Little Perspective On Fans & Coaches

The above lecture delivered by then New Orleans Saints head coach Jim Mora is among my all-time favorite sports rants, many of which also feature Mora.  Was it a self-serving way of defending himself against his critics?  Of course it was. ... read more »

 

Pocket Doppler Prognosticators – Championship Weekend

Pocket Doppler Prognosticators – Championship Weekend

Each week last season, the 3 Founding Fathers of Pocket Doppler (Wally, Harland O. Dog & Chris Richards), Senior Angel Colleen and favored stepson Rich would square off in picking the winner of the Packers, Sunday night & MNF games... read more »

 

Pocket Doppler Prognosticators – Division Edition

Pocket Doppler Prognosticators – Division Edition

Each week last season, the 3 Founding Fathers of Pocket Doppler (Wally, Harland O. Dog & Chris Richards), Senior Angel Colleen and favored stepson Rich would square off in picking the winner of the Packers, Sunday night & MNF games... read more »

 

Pocket Doppler Prognosticators: Wildcard Weekend

Pocket Doppler Prognosticators: Wildcard Weekend

Each week last season, the 3 Founding Fathers of Pocket Doppler (Wally, Harland O. Dog & Chris Richards), Senior Angel Colleen and favored stepson Rich would square off in picking the winner of the Packers, Sunday night & MNF games... read more »

 

Pocket Doppler Prognosticators – Week 17

Pocket Doppler Prognosticators – Week 17

Each week last season, the 3 Founding Fathers of Pocket Doppler (Wally, Harland O. Dog & Chris Richards), Senior Angel Colleen and favored stepson Rich would square off in picking the winner of the Packers, Sunday night & MNF games in... read more »

 

Pocket Doppler Prognosticators – Week 16

Pocket Doppler Prognosticators – Week 16

Each week last season, the 3 Founding Fathers of Pocket Doppler (Wally, Harland O. Dog & Chris Richards), Senior Angel Colleen and favored stepson Rich would square off in picking the winner of the Packers, Sunday night & MNF games in... read more »

 

Pocket Doppler Prognosticators – Week 15

Pocket Doppler Prognosticators – Week 15

Each week last season, the 3 Founding Fathers of Pocket Doppler (Wally, Harland O. Dog & Chris Richards), Senior Angel Colleen and favored stepson Rich would square off in picking the winner of the Packers, Sunday night & MNF games in... read more »