Category Archives: From Chris
Listen to your heart, Tristan
I’m sure I speak for many Cavalier fans when I tell Tristan Thompson how much I love him in the wine and gold. I love your energy. I love your hustle. I love the way you crash the boards. I love the way you’re there for us, every game. You’re an iron man with endless energy. You’re an energizer bunny. You’re important to this team. You showed us that with your gritty play in the post-season. Continue reading
Does Dellavadova play dirty?
Matthew Dellavadova’s scrappy play this post season has been the leading non-Lebron story to come out of the playoffs following allegations that he doesn’t just play scrappy, he plays dirty. Continue reading
I Almost Lost my Faith …
In the spring of 2014, I told my brother I would not renew my Browns season tickets. Continue reading
Really? I wouldn’t put it past Bill to try something with the balls, but this story has blown up too much. I guess its over-inflated to make up for the under-inflated footballs. Does anyone really think that the weight of the ball made any difference in the Patriot’s massacre of the Colts? Continue reading
A short story for Veteran’s Day
Read about my Veteran’s day lunch at Bob Evans in French Silk Pie.
New Flash Fiction: Seeing is Believing
Visit Sophie’s world, an elevator straight to the Twilight Zone. Read Seeing is Believing
Introducing … the Anti-Timeout
The NBA is testing four eleven minute quarters in a pre-season game as a means of reducing game length. I agree that games do take too long, but eleven minute quarters aren’t the answer. I have a much better idea. The anti-timeout. Continue reading
Brush up on your Perk lingo!
Perk Noir – the one-of-a-kind jazz coffee shop featured in the amazing mystery rom-com, Perk Noir by Chris Garson, available now on Amazon! Continue reading
The Unbearable Ugliness of Uverse
The bad news is I’ve spent way too much time with AT&T Uverse support over the last week. The good news is I’ve finally memorized their support phone number and my account number. Continue reading