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Monday, December 12, 2005

Blog News: Brian Moore, Paul Katcher, and Trust Me, I'm A Blonde 

The revolution is being blogged.

Brian Moore, our fellow former co-conspirator at Boxingranks.com, has just begun a brand-new blog known as Limited Thinker.

Besides writing about boxing, Brian could continue in the great literary tradition of writers like Damon Runyon and Charles Bukowski, but only if he drank more. Make sure to bookmark his new blog and let him know what you think of it.

Thanks go out to fellow Yogi's beer-drinkin' veteran Paul Katcher for mentioning this blog on his own popular blog, at: http://paulkatcher.com/ . Paul is a mucho talented writer who deserves a nice salary cutting up the powers-that-be in the sports world. Then he could have more money for beer and porn, two of the four major food groups. So bookmark Paul's blog and post there to join in on the fun.

Through Paul we were able to get a comment on this blog from the Arturo Gatti-lovin' blogger known as Trust Me, I'm A Blonde, who lets the world in on all the juiciest parts of her mind and body at: http://trustmeimablonde.blogspot.com/ . Make sure also to bookmark her blog, visit it regularly, and shamelessly flirt with her until you hear the front door being unlocked.

So who's next with these blogs, folks? Keep 'em coming, y'all!

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Thanks for the plug, man. Good luck.

Now get some boxing that's both highly promoted AND on free TV (or, at least reasonable and not $50 for something that could last four rounds) and maybe I'll become more of a fan.
 
Thanks. The problem with the non-pay networks is that they have trouble getting someone to sponsor a show where a fighter may be seriously injured or even killed, where the decisions are so often suspect, and where all sorts of corrupt and unsavory behavior are the norm. The wise guy attitude of boxing's powers-that-be, plus the lack of any central structure or effective government regulation, has thus, unfortunately, relegated its top fights to pay-per-view.
 
I read Brian Moore's blog. He's retarded.
 
It's time for your medicine, Brian.
 
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Thanks for the plug, man. Good luck.

Now get some boxing that's both highly promoted AND on free TV (or, at least reasonable and not $50 for something that could last four rounds) and maybe I'll become more of a fan.

By Blogger Paul Katcher, at 10:39 AM  

Thanks. The problem with the non-pay networks is that they have trouble getting someone to sponsor a show where a fighter may be seriously injured or even killed, where the decisions are so often suspect, and where all sorts of corrupt and unsavory behavior are the norm. The wise guy attitude of boxing's powers-that-be, plus the lack of any central structure or effective government regulation, has thus, unfortunately, relegated its top fights to pay-per-view.

By Blogger Eddie Goldman, at 2:38 PM  

I read Brian Moore's blog. He's retarded.

By Blogger Brian Moore, at 1:39 AM  

It's time for your medicine, Brian.

By Blogger Eddie Goldman, at 3:04 AM  

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