Review: Piraten Kapern

Do you like dice games? And the adventures of pirates? Do you think you know when to push your luck and when to pass? If you answered “yes” to at least 2 of the questions above or if you would be interested in a fun and fast game of dice, Piraten Kapern is an excellent choice. Its dice are unique, […]

Texas Rangers – The Authorized Story

Raised in the Dallas, TX area, I have been a Rangers fan for as long as I can remember. I grew up attending Arlington Stadium and idolizing players like Pete O’Brien, Pete Incaviglia, and Steve Buechele. The Rangers lined up competitive teams during those years, but they always failed to make the postseason. Texas Rangers: The Authorized History by Eric […]

Remembering the last perfect game in Major League Baseball

In today’s major league era, when strikeouts are rampant, the fact that the Giants’ Matt Cain struck out fourteen batters would not make the front page of any newspaper except on the West Coast. Yet a few more details from that game from five years ago remain unmatched even today. For example, those fourteen puffs represented more than half of […]

Review of recommended readings

Hello everybody. I’d like to get away from the usual advice on how to have a good day at Wrigley Field and instead talk about baseball as a whole. I never really understood the ins and outs of baseball until I started reading books that talked about the game. Whether that part of the game was mental, physical, or everything […]

How to choose this year’s president

Many people on social media are flooding me with political propaganda this month; I myself have been guilty of sharing some little things and I understand: you want your candidate to win, or you hate them both and you want to rebel. The problem is, 90% of this stuff is rubbish (or satire) on both sides. So who do you […]

Order with a bigger purpose

Yes, in fact, there are many qualified ADHD experts who approach the disorder with much more experience and finesse than I do. Dana Rayburn and Bonnie Mincu come to mind. Today, however, I want to explore with you how the act of ordering literally opened up possibilities for an abundant livelihood. This is how it all started. First I made […]

Notes from Ness (August 4)

As I’ve said so many times, “fortunes change very fast in MLB.” Just the latest examples are the current destinations of the Los Angeles Dodgers and the St. Louis Cardinals. The Dodgers won 3-0 last night in Greg Maddux’s team debut (six innings and no hits!) And enter the weekend with the longest active winning streak in MLB (six in […]