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Wed, 06 Oct 2010 16:00:26 GMT
Brampton Battalion Home Opener

My entire family and any friends who wanted a free ticket went the Brampton Battalion home opener on September 24th.


I got 300 free tickets courtesy Rogers TV to hand out. Total attendance was below 3000, so I was personally responsible for 10% of the tickets.


The Battalion lost the game 5-1 to the Erie Otters.


During the 1st intermission, my son participated in an ice contest. That's him in the white jacket getting ready.


Here's the vid of my son doing play-by-play on the ice. The contest.

Tue, 28 Sep 2010 16:08:39 GMT
Leaving Michigan Speedway

Summer Vacation, Day 30, August 16th 2010.

It's the day after the Michigan race. Here I am. All alone in the middle of the racetrack. I need a shower and shave.


Almost everybody is gone. Our motorhome stands alone.


Before we vacate.


After we vacate.


We were site 1 A 25.


What's left in the morning.


Garbage and port-a-potties.



Once last pic before we exit.


Vid of us crossing the track.

Thank you Goodyear. Good show.


Sat, 25 Sep 2010 17:13:50 GMT
Announcer at Battalion Game

Here's my son in a competition during the 1st intermission of this year's Brampton Battalion home opener. He got the loudest cheer, but that's likely because I gave out 300 tickets to the game.

He did a great job. They originally asked one of my son's friends, but he was too afraid. I told my son to step up and he jumped at the chance.

Mon, 24 Aug 2009 22:52:35 GMT
Carfax 400 at Michigan

August 16th, we went to the Carfax 400 at the Michigan International Speedway.


This was another excellent race. Jimmy Johnson ran out of gas after completely dominating the race. That's the 2nd time that's happened to him at Michigan in 2 races this year. I can understand that he didn't need the points, so it was 1st or last. On the other hand, I don't understand what Mark Martin was thinking. He desperately needed the points to stay in the chase and ran out of gas as well.


The winner was Brian Vickers. That's the first time Red Bull has won a NASCAR event. I got to pick dinner, cause I predicted Vickers would win. I just had a feeling.


Wed, 18 Feb 2009 01:55:26 GMT
Understanding ARod
I have a question for you. Ten years ago when your trainer asked you if you'd do steroids for awhile with the potential to make 300 million dollars, why didn't you say yes? The answer for most all of us is the same. We didn't have such a trainer. With the potential of big money, most all of us would have answered yes. Most everybody that says otherwise is a liar and the others are simply fools.

The media blowing up the situation are the same people that put ARod on his pedestal. The media loves knocking those they put up their off. ARod has nothing to apologize for, especially to a planet full of jealous fools.

I wonder how many potential steroid using hall of famers chose not to use steroids, didn't make it out of AAA baseball and just got laid off from their bussing restaurant tables jobs. Doubt many.

We all have big morals looking from the outside. Layoff of ARod and start looking at the real problem; Bud Selig. This guy clearly covered up the steroids problem. Did he lie to congress, senate, grand jury about ARod? I don't know. But if failing to tell the whole truth is lying, then I know he did.

Thirty years from now, Bud Selig will be in the Hall of Fame. Bingody! Bangody! Boom! Who's the fool? You are!

Sun, 10 Aug 2008 15:29:33 GMT
Shea Stadium

Here's some pics from Shea Stadium when we attended the game on Sunday, July 27th.  We had some really horrible seats, but the kids liked it none-the-less. The kids were allowed to run the bases after the game and they got free icecream, baseball cards and a lunch box. Hopefully, the new stadium won't have any bad seasts like we had. It was a great game. Great catch. Homeruns. Great pitching. boxscore.

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Thu, 03 Apr 2008 17:59:08 GMT
Buiness Cards

I ordered some business card today. I created them online at Business Depot and ordered 250 for $20. I'm stupid not to have done this before.


Tue, 11 Mar 2008 02:35:33 GMT
Brampton Battalion

Some pics from the recent Battalion-Icedogs game. I caught two Pizza Pizza giveaway t-shirts from Sarge. He autographed one for my son and I gave the other to another boy.

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Wed, 21 Nov 2007 14:42:31 GMT
BlueJacket Practice

A few weeks back, the Red Wings invited me to their practice to check (and try to sell me) tickets in their high-end suites. I've stayed in them before, but the $110 suites. These are $165. You get a better meal, but for $55, I'm unsure it's worth it. I still like the $110 suites. I took a few pics, one is the BlueJackets practicing.

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Thu, 27 Sep 2007 09:04:46 GMT
Today, our podcast broke 3000 downloads. Thanks to all my listeners for making this site such a success.
Fri, 07 Jul 2006 00:26:53 GMT
Italy vs. Germany - FIFA World Cup

Randy Charles Morin on the FIFA World Cup match between Italy and Germany.

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Tue, 04 Jul 2006 03:04:26 GMT
Top 50 Football Goals

A very good compilation of the top 50 goals of all-time.


Thu, 29 Jun 2006 22:28:48 GMT
World Cup of Reffing

Randy Charles Morin slams FIFA for how bad the play has been at the World Cup of Soccer.

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Fri, 09 Jun 2006 02:23:33 GMT
French Open Animation Replays

This is my first podcast. It's a little ruff and you can hear the wind as I walk down the street. I discuss the stupidity of the animation replays at the French Open tennis tournament.

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Tue, 24 Jan 2006 21:44:21 GMT
Super Mario Retires Again! Mario Lemieux, the owner and captain of the Pittsburgh Penguins announced his retirement as a player Tuesday afternoon, ending a legendary career that saw him post glittering offensive numbers that thrilled a generation of hockey fans.


Tue, 10 Jan 2006 04:28:31 GMT
Sidney Crosby's Signature Goal

This is Sidney's signature goal that he scored over two years ago. Standing behind the net, he scooped the puck and tucked it into the top corner. That doesn't quite describe it. Just watch the video!

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