You Should Own This T-Shirt (or one very much like it)

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Let’s Just Say I Won’t Be Watching Bruno Mars at Halftime

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Amidst all the Super Bowl-related media events, fan events, industry events, corporate events, promotional events, sponsor events, and events for the sake of having events, there’s only one event that has held any interest for me: Animal Planet’s media party for the Puppy Bowl, which I . . . → Read More: Let’s Just Say I Won’t Be Watching Bruno Mars at Halftime

These Boots Were Made for Talking: An Interview With Barry Brite

Before we dive into today’s lengthy content, just want to mention that I have an ESPN piece today about Wes Welker’s new helmet — look here.

Now then: I always get a kick out of niche-specific obsessions, so I’ve long been a fan of the blog Appreciation of Booted News Women, which is . . . → Read More: These Boots Were Made for Talking: An Interview With Barry Brite

Pet Peeves Revisited

A few weeks ago I invited readers to list up to 10 uni-related pet peeves (or gripes, or complaints, or whatever) in the comments. About 200 of you responded, and reader David Gratt then volunteered to sift through the data and compile some stats for us.

David’s task was a difficult one. In . . . → Read More: Pet Peeves Revisited