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Yu Darvish to rehab with RoughRiders Sunday

FRISCO, TEXAS (April 27, 2016) – The Texas Rangers have announced that Yu Darvish will begin a Major League rehabilitation assignment with the Frisco RoughRiders, the Double-A affiliate of the Rangers, and make a start on Sunday, May 1 at … Continue reading

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An Analysis of the Musical Complexity Found in the Steely Dan Song ‘Deacon Blues’

An Analysis of the Musical Complexity Found in the Steely Dan Song ‘Deacon Blues’ In his first foray into music analysis, the Nerdwriter delves deep into the beautifully complex classic Steely Dan song “Deacon Blues” in order to show the … Continue reading

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A Two-Hour and 40-Minute Real-Time Animation of the Sinking of the Titanic

  A Two-Hour and 40-Minute Real-Time Animation of the Sinking of the Titanic Titanic: Honor and Glory has created a two-hour and 40-minute animation that captures the sinking of the Titanic in real time. The animation includes detailed recreations of … Continue reading

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Rangers lose Shin-Soo Choo, Robinson Chirinos to lengthy absences

Lady Injury Luck is frowning upon the Texas Rangers once again in 2016. According to a statement by Rangers Executive Vice President of Communications John Blake on Sunday, right fielder Shin-Soo Choo is out for four to six weeks with … Continue reading

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Sebastian Maniscalco: Whats Wrong With People?

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Jay Wright after blowout: I feel bad for Oklahoma

Jay Wright’s Villanova Wildcats blew the doors of Oklahoma in one of the most impressive Final Four victories in history, but the coach still had empathy for his opponent. “That was just one of those nights,” Wright said of his … Continue reading

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Garry Shandling (1949-2016), Comedy Icon and Creator of The Larry Sanders Show

  Garry Shandling Garry Shandling, the comedy icon, writer, producer, and director has died at the age of 66 from a heart attack. Shandling began his career as a writer for the shows Sanford and Son and Welcome Back, Kotter. … Continue reading

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Report: Cowboys unlikely to draft Joey Bosa

Joey Bosa has been a popular pick for the Dallas Cowboys in mock drafts, but he’s reportedly not going there. According to NFL Media’s Lance Zierlein, the Cowboys aren’t really enthusiastic about the Ohio State defensive end and are unlikely … Continue reading

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Report: Jamie Dixon considering coaching offer from TCU

Pittsburgh head coach Jamie Dixon is reportedly considering a move to TCU. Dixon, who has coached Pitt for the last 13 seasons, is willing to take a long look at TCU after being assured that the Horned Frogs would ensure … Continue reading

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We made it through another winter

Howdy ya’ll. As you are probably aware of, I’ve been pretty quite this past winter. I’ve been busy with a lot of personal things and haven’t really had the time or inclination to blog much. But as always happens, I … Continue reading

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