|Chicago Blackhawks Show Off the Stanley Cup At Wrigley Field|
By RON MALY
I'm wondering what this world is coming to.
It's only June 17 and already the basketball and hockey seasons are over.
That's intended as a joke, by the way.
A tweet from Mike Mahon, a former Drake sports publicist:
Finally in 20th year working in the
Now Adams, like the rest of the gang from Golden State, can say they're champions.
The 67-year-old Adams was an assistant coach at Drake in the 1991-1992 season.
I guess one year on Rudy Washington's staff was enough.
They had a baseball game last night at Wrigley Field, and the NHL champion Chicago Blackhawks brought their Stanley Cup over there
Too bad the Cubs didn't show up.
They got four hits, they were flatter than a McDonald's pancake and were embarrassed, 6-0, by Cleveland.
Bird flu is no longer much of a problem, but the price of eggs remains outrageously high at the grocery stores.
I suppose that means the price of gas will go up, too.
Those gas people are always looking for another reason to jack the price up another dime.
By the way, don't look for me to be buying any eggs until the price drops.
Headline in today's paper:
DAD-APPROVED BBQ JOINTS IN CENTRAL IOWA
I'm wondering why people at the paper here call every restaurant that sells barbecue a joint.
Still on the subject of newspapers, the Korea Times, an English language paper in South Korea, reported that the Chicago Bears--not the Blackhawks--won the Stanley Cup:
Like I keep saying, newspapering is a dying [if not already dead] business.
It appears that some of the headline writers are, indeed, dead.