Dis and dat about why dat was dus’ (thus)… and other compromised predictions

TERRANCE GAVAN – DEAD DOGAN EMERITUS You know what? I don’t even want to hear from anyone who happens to be leading this frick-fracking bracket thing. First: I have no idea why I envisioned that this would be a good idea. I rushed through the process, built a motherfracking website, built a logo featuring James [Continue Reading] »

My Bracket’s broke… and no one cares… a poem

By Terrance Gavan – NCAA laureate… As I stare out upon the oasis of my bracket alone… in this large room… fire crackling drowning out the bluish reflection of my Vizio tv my fucking bracket’s broke I went with Duke… even after vowing just last year and the year before and the year before that.. [Continue Reading] »

Sometimes it’s a shoelace… other times it’s Duke / Chuck Bukowski’s Shoelace

The Shoelace – Chuck Bukowski a woman, a tire that’s flat, a disease, a desire: fears in front of you, fears that hold so still you can study them like pieces on a chessboard… it’s not the large things that send a man to the madhouse. death he’s ready for, or murder, incest, robbery, fire, [Continue Reading] »

Life can be cruel, but certain people can make it special

Thursday, March 20, 2014 I am married. I have two children, a boy and a girl, and I am 40-years-old. Anto Finnegan is married. He has two children, a boy and a girl, and he is 40-years-old. By Paddy Heaney: Irish Examiner When I stopped playing Gaelic football, I started cycling. When Anto Finnegan stopped [Continue Reading] »

The Blue Demons did win in Dublin!

BASKETBALL: John Coughlan Irish Examiner Titans posed Demons no problems and captain Shane Coughlan was pleased with his team’s performance. “We came here expecting to win and that’s how it thankfully panned out, with all the guys making good contributions,” Shane said. Titans had shocked the basketball fraternity last week when defeating Bord Gais Neptune [Continue Reading] »