Oh, Johnny Manziel. You card! What with the fake $25 million lawsuits and all filed against you. Deadspin covered it first -- I have to be fair -- but DBN chose a way better picture. The Deadspin link has the actual lawsuit, and it's glorious. I figure there's a 50-50 chance Manziel calls a press conference,…
"Your tax dollar collectors at work– the IRS targeting scandal deepens" - http://feeds.powerlineblog.com/~r/powerlineblog/livefeed/~3/OYef9rAiDkc/story01.htm Abolish the IRS.
National Football Post has the Vegas lines for the 2014 NFL season. (If you aren't familiar with how over/under betting with the +/- system works, this is a great primer.) Cleveland has the line at 6.5, with a -150 for over and +130 for under. Vegas likes the under, it seems, depending on your point of…
http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Blue-Hat-Security-Briefings/BlueHat-Security-Briefings-Fall-2013-Sessions Blue Hat is a Microsoft-sponsored security conference. If you do anything with Powershell, this is your lucky day.
Gary Becker passed away this month. He was one of the greats in economics. I didn't always agree with him---his argument about markets in crime, for example, doesn't quite sit well with me---but he was one of the best at his craft.
From Waiting for Next Year, this author nails what ought to happen with Johnny Football. Give him a chance to win the job out of camp, but don't hand it to him. Hoyer ought to start unless preseason is just sensational for Manziel.
After my dissection of Greg Little yesterday, the Browns cut him today. Coincidence? Almost certainly. Almost.
Here it is: #Browns WR Greg Little has disappointed in CLE, but of 28 WRs drafted in 2011, only AJ Green, Julio Jones and Torrey Smith have more catches — Dane Brugler (@dpbrugler) May 15, 2014 If you're curious, those numbers are 260 catches, 174 catches, and 164 catches for the three named. Let's…
Bet you all feel stupid about criticizing the Browns now, huh, sportswriters? We have Earl Bennett now too, but a healthy Miles Austin has a chance at replacing some of the production of Gordon if he's lost to suspension.
With all the gloom and doom about the US economy, it's important to note one thing: we're still better than Europe. (Suck it, Europe! I did enjoy Final Countdown, however.) Very pleased to see the relative decline in government spending, in particular.