Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Prayers and thoughts for Chris Henry

Prayers and thoughts go to Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chris Henry. He is being treated for life threatening injuries after a car accident on Wednesday afternoon..

Even though we may root for opposite teams, we all belong to the same one that counts. The team called life.

Please get well Chris.

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Catch a Tiger Woods By His Marital Woe.

It was the car crash that was heard around the world.

Tiger Woods is back in the news. It's not about how he won another golf tournament, but rather his personal life that is grabbing headlines.

In case you haven't heard, Tiger Woods was involved in a car accident outside of his home on Friday morning. His SUV hit a fire hydrant and a tree as he was leaving his house at 2:25 am Friday morning. He was transported to the hospital with minor abrasions and released. After a four day police investigation, he was charged with careless driving and a $164.00 fine.

Ok, I know that Tiger has a right to privacy, but what happened? Why was he leaving his driveway at 2:25 am? And why such secrecy around the crash?

Some speculated that it was a domestic dispute, over some alleged affair according to a tabloid. But according to authorities, there were no signs of domestic abuse.

Now to make matters more interesting, Tiger admitted to and what he calls transgressions on his website. His so-called admission comes days before a magazine reports that he had three affairs that took place over years. One
magazine even reported that they have text messages and voice mails from Tiger himself.

Is he admitting that this is true? What does that tell people who look up to him as a role model? What does that say for sports in general? That if you're rich & famous, you're allowed to act without discretion? And what does that say about celebs and media? That our society is obsessed with fame?

Look, he has a right to some privacy. What happens in his marriage is between Tiger and his family. It's really no one else's business.


My advice to Tiger: learn from this experience. Please get back to playing great golf.













Thursday, November 26, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving!

Today millions of American will be gathering around their tables for a holiday feast.

The feast is celebrate Thanksgiving
, a holiday where we give thanks for all our blessings.

Thank you God for allowing me to breathe. Thank you to our soldiers who
sacrificed for our freedoms. Thank you readers for being some of my blessings.

May you have a great holiday weekend.

Monday, November 9, 2009

Red Wings Pull Off Hat Trick As Players Make Hall of Fame

It's good to be a Wings fan!

The Red Wings are well represented in the
class of 2009 Hockey hall of Fame.

A trio of Stanley Cup Champions are being inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame th
is weekend. Former Wings: Brett Hull, Luc Robitaille, and the captain Steve Yzerman will be officially inducted into the hall on Monday.

Congratulations guys on making the Hall of Fame. Thank you for being true gentlemen in every sense of the word.

Thank you for making Wing fans proud!




Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Prayers for Ernie Harwell

Prayers go out to Ernie Harwell, his loved ones, and his fans.

The veteran hall of Famer announcer and the voice of the Tigers for many years, announced last week that he has inoperable bile cancer.

Thank you Ernie for being a true gentleman in the finest sense of the word. Please get well, we adore and still need you!

Friday, June 12, 2009

Let's keep the Cup, GO WINGS!

No more B.S., no more excuses, cut the losing crap!

Make Michigan proud, p
luck the Penguins!

Let's KEEP the Cup!

GO WINGS!

Saturday, May 9, 2009

Prayers go out to the loved ones of Chuck Daly

Thoughts and prayers go out to the loved ones, fans, colleagues of former NBA coach and Hall of Famer Chuck Daly.

Daly, a 2 time NBA title winning Pistons and
1992 Olympic Dream Team coach, lost a brief but non the less brave battle with pancreatic cancer on May 9th. He was 78. Daly was considered by many to be one of the greatest coaches in basketball who led the Pistons to 2 NBA championships in 1989-1990 . Daly was also the first coach to win back to back NBA titles and an Olympic Gold Medal.

He was well respected by many and will be missed.

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Prayers, thoughts go out to the loved ones of Corey Smith, Marquis Cooper & Will Bleakley

Prayers, thoughts go out to the loved ones, fans, coaches, teammates of Lions defensive end Corey Smith, Raiders linebacker Marquis Cooper and former USF player Will Bleakley.

Smith, Bleakley, and Cooper along with former USF player
Nick Schuyler were missing after their boat disappeared off the Florida gulf coast during a fishing trip Saturday. The boat was found turned over Monday with Schuyler clinging for life to the engine.

May they have a safe return.

Stay safe and take care of your teammates in life.















Sunday, February 22, 2009

Make a difference Detroit, Vote!!

On Tuesday February 24th, the residents of Detroit have an opportunity to make a difference. How, by voting in the special primary to elect the mayor of Detroit. This election is to see who will run for the remainder of Kwame Kilpatricks term.

Not only is this election important, but it's historic as well. Voters have a great opportunity to make their voices heard and change their city for the better. It's expected that only 15% of voters in Detroit will head to the polls.

Don't be one of the many that are expected to stay home.

Make a difference, Vote!
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