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Sunday Sundown Rundown - 4/10/16

3 Up 

1. Kris Jenkins - Will this kid make a more important shot than the one he did to lift Villanova to the National Championship? I doubt it. Regardless, it was epic. Kudos, Kris! 

2. Golden State Warriors - I am not going to lie - the record of 72-10 seemed like something impossible, and something I would never see again. But here we are, with the Warriors one game away from history. It still seems very surreal. 

3. Deadlifting Grandma - I love dead lifting. Its a great stressbuster, and an even better challenge. Thus the reason I love this story of a 78-year old woman who deadlifts 225lbs. How can you not love the effort and spirit of this woman? Better yet, what is your excuse to not workout? 

3 Down

1. New Jersey 16 - Seriously, how in the world can a human being distribute child pornography? What in the world is wrong with people? 

2. Politics - As the race for the Presidency continues to make it's move to crunch time, the more and more removed I feel I am from it. Anyone else just exhausted and turned off from the whole thing? Just me? 

2. Kyle Schwarber Injury - With baseball back in session, I am pretty much set until October. Unfortunately, having one of the game's most intriguing players in Schwarber go down for the season, is definitely a blow to baseball fans. 

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Sunday Sundown Rundown - 10/15/17

3 Up
1. Hollywood Victims - Much props to the many men and women who have taken the step in telling their story about sexual assault and being the victim of displays of power for sexual gain within Hollywood. It's tough, especially in such an unforgiving business like show business, but it takes guts to tell the truth - much respect to you all who did so.
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Goodbye Melo

I've wanted this for the Knicks, and today I got it.

Carmelo Anthony is no longer a New York Knick heading into the 17-18 NBA Season.

No, I don't dislike Melo. In fact, if you go through previous posts you'll know, I find Melo to be a very, very good player. However, I just thought it was time for the Knicks to move past this era, and truly - like, really - rebuild.

Most importantly, build around Kristaps Porzingis.

But, again, for me, I've always - ALWAYS - believed that Carmelo Anthony needed to be the #2 (or #3) guy on a team. Watching him night in and night out as a Knick, he just never seemed to be the type of guy who lifts those around him. Again, he's a tremendous player but the track record is there. I don't buy into the "he's never had much around him" argument.

Have you seen the Knicks roster in comparison to the rest of the Eastern Conference the last few years?

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What is it about?

When a pilot crashes into her world, Diana, an Amazonian Warrior, leaves home to help fight a war and fulfill her true destiny. 
Who is in it? 

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