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Betting on John Gruden Saved My Weekend: Reviewing NFL Week 1

Spent the weekend in my hometown watching the puppers for the parents, away at a wedding in Minnesota. Essentially, threw a tennis ball approximately 872 times and watched a shit ton of football. Thank you to the Minnesota Vikings for giving me some semblance of hope for a half-decent year with that resounding ass-kicking of…
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The Constant of Fandom, and the Inevitability of Talking Myself into the Vikings

Being in a new town makes you appreciate sports. Fandom is one of the few constants during a move. Tottenham played their home opener last weekend in a 3-1 win against Aston Villa, and I can’t elaborate how joyous it felt to sit on a couch and be completely invested in a team for two…
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Shit My Wife Says, and Reflections on Two Months of Marriage

Tana is like a kaleidoscope: colorful, vibrant, and constantly moving. We’ve been married for 85 days. Since we tied the knot, we’ve moved into a hip apartment across the street from a Target, spent our first nights drinking red wine and playing cards on the living room floor while smoking Cherry, her red-yellow bowl, and…
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Twenty-Four, Married, and Confused

I was googling car insurance for an hour the other day, and I realized that I somehow stumbled, accidentally, into adulthood. That was never the plan. Have you ever looked up the definition of an adult? Let me enlighten you: (noun) a person who is fully grown or developed. Quite broad, isn’t it? At what…
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