Colorado Rockies Fans Looking to Re-live 2007, It’s Time to Jump Ship

Following up the All-Star Break’s initial disappointing 5-5 home stand followed by an even harder to watch 1-9 road trip, the Colorado Rockies 2013 season appears to be walking the plank. With most Denver sports fans far more concerned with whom the Broncos starting center is two weeks into training camp, it appears that like Elvis, baseball has left the building in the Rocky Mountains. But for those baseball fans that are still looking for a team to cheer on as the summer winds down, there is another bandwagon to hop aboard, or should I say ship to stow away on. Continue reading “Colorado Rockies Fans Looking to Re-live 2007, It’s Time to Jump Ship”

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Boycotting Sochi Olympics Is Not the Answer

Amidst the words of Vitaly Milonov, the man behind the ‘gay propaganda’ ban that was signed into federal law on June 30 by the Russian government, and the fear of human rights violations to both athletes and spectators at the upcoming 2014 Sochi Olympics, there has been a lot of talk on social media and among gay rights activists in the United States regarding a potential boycott of the Olympics. Continue reading “Boycotting Sochi Olympics Is Not the Answer”