What The Flock? A Uni Watch Sleuthing Project

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Proving a Point

By Phil Hecken

As you probably know, some articles on Uni Watch are weeks in the making, others months. Today’s feature is literally two years in the making.

Back on or about June 12 of 2011, there was some chatter in the comments section about the Washington Nationals/Senators and two posters, “Teenchy” and . . . → Read More: Proving a Point

Beanie Babies

A little while back I ran an entry about a vintage uniform catalog that included a listing for beanies. That led reader Larry Bodnovich to point me toward a fantastic web project devoted to a phenomenon I hadn’t previously known about: Beanies of the Big 10.

The basic story is this: At many . . . → Read More: Beanie Babies

Who Was That Masked Man?

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