Five years ago, the Royals stepped out of their traditionally tight control of their message and turned it over to a rag-tag group of bloggers. For a night.
It was 2011, and the Royals were in the midst of an historically bad decade of losing baseball. Their new manager, Ned Yost was grumbling through his […]
We have crossed over into the surreal. Â Last month, we all watched in horror as events too impossible for a summer movie blockbuster played out on our television screens, our radios and our computers. The images were indelible and heartbreaking.
While we all had seen events such as these play out before – […]
SHARE AND SHARE ALIKEÂ
I was talking with a friend recently about everything that’s wrong with social networking today. I think it’s great that folks seem to have embraced the idea of technology. Just a few years ago, I would never have dreamed of my mother sharing pictures of her grandchildren […]
Reprinted from theÂ Rambling Moron ColumnÂ at the Platte County Landmark.
THE FIRST STEP TOWARD RECOVERYÂ
It begins about 8 p.m. every night. Just as I am whisking my kid off to his nightly bath. I give it a glance. Maybe shoot a witty update out there. Once he’s done and I’m […]
Reprinted from the Rambling Moron Column at the Platte County Landmark.
THE FANS’ VOICE IS GETTING STRONGER
For generations, the â€œfanâ€ of a team has had some very minor duties – pay for admission and cheer for your team. In return, the expectation is that every team’s ownership should take that […]