Virginia vs Duke. A comedy of errors

The Virginia Cavaliers may have a stellar defense, but to say they have an offense to match it would be comical at best. The Cavaliers shot a horrendous 33% from the field and only score 49 points. Their defense however showed up. Holding the Blue Devils to 59. Which was a drastic drop from theContinue reading “Virginia vs Duke. A comedy of errors”

On this day 10 March

In 1969 James Earl Ray was convicted of the murder of Martin Luther King Jr. Ray shot Dr. King on 4th of April 1968 in Tennesse. Dr. King was there to on behalf of the striking Memphis Sanitation workers. Ray would stay in prison until his death in 1998 In 2006 the Mars reconnaissance missionContinue reading “On this day 10 March”

Virginia defeats North Carolina

Kadin Shedrick with a monster dunk The Virginia Cavaliers defeated the North Carolina Tar Heels by dominating the 2nd half. Led by ACC Defensive Player of the Year Rees Beekman and standouts Jayden Gardner, and Arman Franklin, the Cavaliers controlled the pace after a sluggish First half. The Cavaliers lead 25-24 at the half butContinue reading “Virginia defeats North Carolina”

Martin’s Automobile Museum.

This is probably one of the biggest automobile museums I have ever been to. It’s near Phoenix. There is a $10 donation you pay but the trip is worth it. The museum has quite a collection of vehicles from different eras and a few from famous TV shows and movies. Let’s take a look belowContinue reading “Martin’s Automobile Museum.”

Inflation, a brief overview and what was done.

Inflation is defined as “Inflation is the decline of purchasing power of a given currency over time. A quantitative estimate of the rate at which the decline in purchasing power occurs can be reflected in the increase of an average price level of a basket of selected goods and services in an economy over some period of time. TheContinue reading “Inflation, a brief overview and what was done.”

4 Balls, 4 pockets. Where did the shot come from?

The origin of this is something that I have been unable to find. The first time I had heard of this shot was when I was reading Willie Mosconi’s “Winning Pocket Billiards”. Written in 1965 Mosconi gives us a beginner’s guide to learn how the basics of pool and how to make some simple trickContinue reading “4 Balls, 4 pockets. Where did the shot come from?”