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Railbird’s Nest #3: Allan Fee talks Cleveland… from Seattle

SUBSCRIBE: iTunes – RSS  Allan Fee called in from Seattle, Washington to talk about old times. If there was any doubt where our hearts lay, we started off talking football. His Seattle Seahawks don’t suck, my Cleveland Browns… well… WE HAVE THE SAME RECORD! Allan’s 15 years in Cleveland showed him the best of theContinue Reading “Railbird’s Nest #3: Allan Fee talks Cleveland… from Seattle”

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Railbird’s Nest #2: Chris Barron on Guns, Trump, and Baseball

  SUBSCRIBE: iTunes – RSS  Chris Barron joined me to talk a little bit about what he talks about best, politics and baseball. We got caught up, exchanged alcohol tips, and then got down to the nitty gritty; arguing about gun control. We’re not CNN or Fox News, though, so it might have actually beenContinue Reading “Railbird’s Nest #2: Chris Barron on Guns, Trump, and Baseball”

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Railbird’s Nest #1: Jeff Rich and More Than a Fan

SUBSCRIBE: iTunes – RSS  This is a big day. Probably. This is the first ever Railbird’s Nest, a podcast about current events, pop culture, interesting people, sports, and whatever the hell else life throws at you. It’s so new, I don’t even have a logo yet. (If you’re interested in making me a logo, holler.)Continue Reading “Railbird’s Nest #1: Jeff Rich and More Than a Fan”

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Cleveland Scene Killed Cleveland Sports Talk Radio. Almost.

The qualities I appreciate the most about Cleveland Scene Magazine are on full display in this week’s cover story about the sad state of Cleveland sports talk radio; aggressive style, civic responsibility, and swear words. Civic responsibility may seem heavy-handed for praise about a column excoriating sports talk radio stations, but for a citizenry whoContinue Reading “Cleveland Scene Killed Cleveland Sports Talk Radio. Almost.”

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Baltimore is People

This post was originally published on 4/28/15 at my tumblr page. Here’s what I know about the Baltimore Riots, the general civil unrest there, and what’s been happening between many maligned police departments and the equally maligned citizenry: There is a second America, whether we like it or not. I’ve never had to deal withContinue Reading “Baltimore is People”