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2014/15 NBA Preview: Memphis Grizzlies

Memphis Grizzlies 2013-14: 50-32,eliminated in the 1st round of the playoffs I love me some Grit n’ Grind.  The Grizz are on of the most likeable teams in the league with their throwback style, brutal defense, and combo of loveably chubby frontline bruisers.  They’re also stuck in the Western Conference and seemingly doomed to always ruin other…

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2014/15 NBA Preview: New York Knicks

New York Knicks 2013-14: 37-45, finished 3rd in the division and missed the playoffs I was assigned my own team so I’ll try my best to be objective.  Last year’s Knicks weren’t good.  Carmelo Anthony had an incredibly underrated season (the anti-Carmelo train has actually pushed him from overrated to underrated) that only affirmed how damn…

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Rick and Morty: The Best New Show of 2014

There are too many good television shows.  There needs to be a letter writing campaign dedicated to limiting the number of quality shows running on televisions at the moment.  Every time you’re told to check out a new stellar show it adds to a list that’s already burdened with a Netflix/Amazon backlog of all the…

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Pokémon Revisited #3- The Ballad of Team Rocket

Michael Cresci takes a look back on the animated series that is burned into the brains of a generation.  He explores the weird world portrayed by Pokémon, including the logitisics of how such a world might work.  This series aims  to blend recaps, ramblings and absurdist ideas into a hodgepodge of comedic nostalgia. Come along for the…

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Pokémon Revisited #2- On the Road

Michael Cresci takes a look back on the animated series that is burned into the brains of a generation.  He explores the weird world portrayed by Pokémon, including the logistics of how such a world might work.  This series aims  to blend recaps, ramblings and absurdist ideas into a hodgepodge of comedic nostalgia. Come along for the…

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Pokémon Revisited #1: Brave New World

On September 8th, 1998 the animated series Pokémon aired in the United States. It was based on the wildly successful Game Boy games of the same name and it was something of a craze to anyone growing up at the time. I was nine years old when the show first aired.  Anyone who was anyone had the…

The Slow and Symbolic Death of ‘The Office’

What is the single most important thing for a company? Is it the building? Is it the stock? Is it the turnover? It’s the people, investment in people. My proudest moment here wasn’t when I increased profits by 17%, or cut expenditure without losing a single member of staff. No. It was a young Greek…