When you think of the words “Brenton Davis” and “Erie County Community College,” what comes to mind? Fervent opposition? Seething hatred? For me, it’s Gerard Butler standing on a mountain pass with a spear and a loin cloth fighting to his inevitable, righteous death to thwart the Persians’ quest to dominate Spartan civilization. As a […]Read More Wait. Brenton Davis likes the community college now?
Let me just come right out with it at the beginning: I cannot wait for that first time I get back into a cheap seat on the first base line, plastic cup beer in hand, setting sun shining in my face and the faces of other beer and baseball-loving Erieites as we watch a group […]Read More The Erie post-pandemic activity I want the most: a SeaWolves game
I never intended to stop. I’d been blogging steadily for two years with two, sometimes three weekly posts about the city I love and the president I abhorred, with an occasional stray thought thrown in when all of a sudden – I just lost it. I’m afraid I can’t explain it any better than that. […]Read More Stepping out of the black hole
Ladies and gentlemen, our president visited our fair city last week. Sure, he uttered crazy things into TV cameras all across the country like he always does, but when he comes to Erie we’re going to focus on that. Behold, then, the following s*** from our president’s Erie address: “[The election is] a choice between […]Read More S*** the President Says – 10/26/2020
Without further ado, your Idiotville feel-good story of the week: https://www.goerie.com/sports/20200910/erie-times-news-our-call-football-predictions-sept-11-12?fbclid=IwAR0gNhJg3mPYQI_YTQhWVv22fcYhSiXUDfIw8rPwG8G3WKj4V88h_AkBVH0 Ladies and gentlemen, we’ve got football. Don’t ask me if it’s a good idea; I don’t know. Maybe football is the random spring of water as we wind our way through the desert without a camel, or maybe it’s the ice cream for dinner […]Read More High School Football – Something good happened in Erie, 9/11/2020