In which I let loose my inner curmudgeon
Author: Richard Hershberger
The end of the world as we know it?
How do you feel about this?
The Birth of American Football
The Cubs never were the most futile club, their fans notwithstanding.
Nearly entirely baseball-free, but with a free bonus of presidential politics!
A harder question than it first appears
The ideology of a rule.
An exercise in recreational antiquarian sports pedantry.
Why American chose Rugby, immediately before altering it nearly beyond recognition
…in 1885. And they’re not the Cubs yet.
But Cubs fans need to take what they can get.
In which the author and a third grade teacher share mutual incomprehension.
Modern football’s English origin
American Exceptionalism (sports edition)
To the future and beyond!
A grammar quiz, in honor of the day
A tale of substance abuse, domestic violence, and baseball, plus a free bonus axe murder if you call now! And a mystery.