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  1. The trade led to three Cowboys Super Bowl Titles: 92, 93 and 95. That trade was before the cap.
  2. This was a pretty bad trade, but I think the Cowboys-Vikings trade involving Herschel Walker was one of the NFL's worst.
  3. I'm not sure this grand plan will actually work, or work out. But the notion that streaming services are now trying to resemble cable of yesteryear is is unsettling and worrisome. I suspect that it will be fantastic for the leagues and networks and terrible for the consumer.
  4. I'll probably watch it. But I also will be trying out the gummies my friend brought back from California.
  5. This story popped up on the Wall Street Journal today. I attempted to share it, so hopefully it won't be behind the paywall. Steve Christie and his wife, Kelly, travel to jam-band shows and take other road trips in a custom trailer towed by their 2015 Jeep Wrangler https://www.wsj.com/lifestyle/cars/this-buffalo-bills-legend-kicks-back-in-the-green-machine-f565fa2c?st=wlsyv15yzsb3ect&reflink=desktopwebshare_permalink
  6. I think he's been playing the lounge at the Hoboken, N.J., Holiday Inn. When she breaks up with Kelce, she'll write a song called "I Don't Have A Tight End Anymore."
  7. And the air conditioning is blowing left to right.
  8. Basically, it's someone from Pittsburgh: "Yinzer is a term used to describe people who identify themselves with the city of Pittsburgh and its traditions. The word is derived from the Pittsburghese second-person plural vernacular “yinz”. Historically, it was used to identify the typical blue-collar people from the Pittsburgh region who often spoke with a heavy Pittsburghese accent 1. Over time, the term has been used by many Pittsburgh residents to self-identify, even if they don’t speak with a thick accent. The concept and use of the word gained popularity in the 21st century as the area’s population loss slowed, and the city became a hub for revitalization 1. As the city gained note as a desirable place to live, more outsiders have moved or returned to the Pittsburgh metropolitan area. The term has taken on a connotation to identify someone who, for better or worse, is either a lifelong Pittsburgher, or says a phrase or commits an act that could be identified as something a stereotypical Pittsburgher might do."
  9. Gotta give props to Frank Reich for that win!
  10. Whenever my wife and I travel to WNY, or Detroit (to visit family), I swing over to Canada to pick up a bottle of Tylenol w/codeine. Excellent pain relief.
  11. Here in the Washington DC area, the dispute between DTV and "Tegna" is keeping our CBS station off the air.
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