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This is a beautiful story. If you ever lived in Massachusetts, and especially in the greater Boston area, this will ring so true. People in the Boston area are hardcore.   It’s Marathon Monday in Boston. As the runners make their way along the race route, a man stands on the side of the road,…

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As a New York Yankees fan – as well as someone who supports science and knows that evolution is real – I’ve never been a fan of Curt Shilling. But when Shilling took to Twitter last week to congratulate his daughter on her invitation to pitch for the Salve Regina University baseball team, Internet trolls…

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These three ideas are free, ESPN. You’d be a fool not to use them. I have many more, and I’d be more than happy to discuss a consulting position within your organization. Call me. 1. Longer NFL highlights The National Football League is king. It is by far the most popular sport in America and…

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Bill Simmons is suspended by ESPN for three weeks after calling NFL commissioner Roger Goodell “a liar” after the commissioner claimed that he never saw the Ray Rice video in which the running back punches his then fiancée on a Las Vegas elevator and knocks her out. Police report that the video of the incident…

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My friend, Bram Weinstein, is an ESPN anchor. When I first met him, I stood in awe of his occupation and talent. This is understandable. There was a time in my life when I wore a SportsCenter hat like others wear hats denoting their favorite sports teams.  I was a SportsCenter junkie. But over the…

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