Tag Archives: New England Patriots
My dear philosopher friend “At Your Service” and I have been having a long conversation. It started when he asked me why people hated the New England Patriots. I didn’t know how to answer him. After all, the successful football … Continue reading
Author and sports writer Mike Shalin wrote an interesting article about the New England Patriots recently. The Lewiston Sun Journal carried it in the sports section today with the screaming headline “PATS IGNORING NOISE.” Once again, at this late date … Continue reading
This morning’s post will be jotted quickly. There’s a lot going on here at the house. Yep, I’m digging around, looking for my Patriot’s pink hat, getting ready to jump on this year’s Super Bowl bandwagon. My radio blares those … Continue reading
As a writer, I struggle with the “passive voice.” Recollect, a transitive verb means “action” between a subject and an object. “Clapton shot the sheriff.” Clapton is the subject, the sheriff is the object. “Shot” is the “action.” The sentence … Continue reading
My father takes notes. He writes them on the back of recycled envelopes. This one was from last week. Here we go, Patriots, here we go!
My friend Slim’s family has Patriots’ season tickets. She must know I’ve been in a sports funk lately because she offered me the tickets for tonight’s pre-season game. I’m going with Gwynsmum. This might be just what I need to … Continue reading