Pontifications and Other Mindless Banter
February 27, 2015
February 1, 2015
I knew going into the 49th Superbowl I really didn’t have a horse in the race.
I had equal reasons to like Seattle and to dislike them.
- Best Defense
- NFC Champion
- No known issues with rogue PSI
- Pete Carrol is probably my least liked coach in the NFL
- Marshawn Lynch, while a great athlete, was being quite the jerk
- Richard Sherman
I was also curious to see what a Brady/Belichick style offense could do that the Broncos Manning-Style offense could not.
In the end, I found myself cheering for whomever was losing at that moment. I would be cheering for the Seahawks, then the Patriots, then in the end cheering for the Seahawks again.
Overall, the defense won the game. However, this time, it was New England’s Defense that had the final say.
January 31, 2015
Its rare when I can stumble on an old tradition which I’ve enjoyed most of my life, but never really appreciated it until some random moment.
So there I was, grilling a chicken breast and looking through my spice cabinet I came across my trusty can of Old Bay Seasoning.
I’ve always had an affinity to Old Bay. I can trace it back to my youth. So while I was enjoying my tasty protein, expertly seasoned, I thought, I should use this downtime and look up the history of one of my favorite seasonings.
January 26, 2015
Given the Winter Carnage that is about to strike the East Coast, I was listening to a not-so-recent news report that public places are banning sledding from their grounds.
I don’t know if the site is still open to sledding, but every snow, there was always a gathering of people climbing the ridge line from the Athletic Practice fields in the back 40 of the High School Grounds [I call it the back nine, because I actually shot a round of golf there]. I hope that happens when there is pretty much going to be a snow day tomorrow.
January 20, 2015
I learned of this issue two years ago. But my local watering hole is throwing their hat into a political fight.
For those of you who came in late…
Arizona has a draconian law which regulates microbreweries. It caps the amount of beer they can make and still hold a retail license to sell their own product. Point is, if you make too much, you can no longer sell it and have to work through a distribution system only. The nomenclature is a “Brewer’s License” vs. a “Producer License”.
The Cause an Effect: If a brewery does “too good” it has to eliminate its service staff, instead of grow it.
Now, I’m a patron of Thunder Canyon Brewery here in the Jeremy-Gilby-dot-com vicinity. I’m very familiar with Steve, the owner, and found out he was on the local news yesterday.
Here is the clip:
January 11, 2015
So once again, it was the Nameless
County Not so County, I don’t know what County Employee’s Birthday. And her housemate “Bear” reached out to me to make a Jeremy-Gilby-dot-com-style punch for the occasion. (Knowing that Jeremy-Gilby-dot-com means very adult.)
January 1, 2015
Happy New Year
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