Friday, December 29, 2006

1001 Albums to Hear Before You Die

Someone sent me this website from Romania, where you can find a list of 1001 albums you need to hear 'before you die." The cool part is, you can actually listen to every album from this website. They're sorted by decade, or you can do a search for a certain artist.

Also-- looks like if you visit their home page, you can listen to almost anything out there. Not sure 'cause I don't read Romanian very well.

Thursday, December 28, 2006

SI's best looking male athletes...

...can be drooled over here.
While I don't agree with all of their picks, it's a nice photo gallery.

Note that:
  1. There are no baseball players on their list (sorry, Gabe!) and
  2. Four out of the top ten are soccer players, though none from the US.

Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Gerald Ford R.I.P.

1996 episode of SNL featuring Dana Carvey as Tom Brokaw, announcing the various ways Gerald Ford could die.

Bear With Me.

I made the mistake of trying to change my Blogger template and Blogger ate my entire right sidebar. Hopefully I can fix this soon. Meanwhile enjoy the blank space!

Update 20 min and 50 cuss words later: I think I fixed it. The blog still probably looks like crap in IE6, but who cares. I hate Explorer. If this blog layout looks all messed up to you, you're probably using it. Go download Firefox!

Tuesday, December 26, 2006

White Trash Christmas

It's just not Christmas season without this song. But this video is sort of scary. I recognize several of the things here, such as the orange shag carpet that was in our den when we moved in to our current house. I also own the same yellow plastic coffee cup like the one shown at the end. I'm afraid to admit to any other similarities...

I Just Didn't Feel Right Posting This Yesterday...

The Dysfunctional Family Sings Christmas Carols!

Vote for Kasey!

I don't quite get eBay Match Ups, but I voted anyway:

Sunday, December 24, 2006

Last Year's Lights

(We didn't put any up this year, slackers that we are. ) I'm not sure what was going on with the little burnt-out section at the top; it kept going on and off at different times. Any way in case you can't tell underneath the lights it's a Kwikgoal kick-back net that has lived in our yard for the past 6 years or so.

Best Christmas Ever?

I wish I was part of Bad News Hughes' family, as dysfunctional as it seems. Seriously. Those jello shots look amazing. Wonder what they are having for Christmas this year.

Saturday, December 23, 2006

Friday, December 22, 2006

I Am One of Those People.

(And so is Tearfree over at Reject the Koolaid.)

I Wish I Was in Key West.

It's cold, it's raining, I'm still at work, and I haven't done almost any Christmas shopping yet. Which means I am probably spending my weekend at the mall. Ugh. I wish I was this guy:

(Thanks to The Green Parrot for the image, and for the best Bloody Mary I've ever had, a couple of years ago. I wish I had one now.)

Best of US Soccer 2006

Kasey Keller took home the award for Best Performance (Player) for his impressive goalkeeping that kept Italy to just one goal – despite being down to just eight field players for most of the second half – and allowed the U.S. to earn a valuable point. This is Keller’s first Best Performance (Player) award, moving up from his third-place finish last year.

See the rest of the awards here.

Thursday, December 21, 2006

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Season's Greetings from Mutts

I tried to pull this off, but they only archive their stuff for 5 weeks and this comic is from 2005, so I had to scan it (I hope that's OK...) It's been hanging on my fridge since last year.

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

It starts the day after Halloween...

World's Oldest Blogger?

If you read one post at Don to Earth, please make it this one. This amazing gentleman turns 93 on Christmas Eve, and I'm so glad I found his blog, even if he does write out each post by hand and then mails it to a relative to enter online.

Sunday, December 17, 2006

More Google Ad Weirdness.

Okay, so when you have gmail, Google places ads next to the mail that they think are relevant to the subject of the email. Like when I am reading about Gabe Kapler, I often get Red Sox ads. See how it works?

So...why is it that today when I'm reading a Google News Alert in my gmail, and there is an alert for an article about Kasey Keller, that there is an ad, above the ads for World Cup balls and free soccer jerseys, for Playtex Sport Tampons? Is Kasey on Team Playtex with Abby Wambach? Do you think he's like the One-of-a-Kind Backup Layer that Won't Let You Down? And what the heck is up with that green applicator? Ewww.

But while I was at their website, I did send for my free sample. Thanks, Kasey, for the heads up.

Another Nutty Nativity

You can actually buy this Veggie Tales Nativity at eToys for $12.99. What exactly is the baby Jesus supposed to be? A carrot stick? A yam? A Tater Tot?

Saturday, December 16, 2006

Silly Little Mom Moments.

My son just went out for the night, and before he did, he actually told me that he loved me. That doesn't happen too often, and I had to go off and have a little "moment" when he said that. I hate when that girly stuff happens to me. But I love that he said it.

I love you too, T. More than you'll probably ever realize.

Saddest Thing I've Read Today.

Soccer star jailed in dad's death.

I'm not sure there's much I could say here that would add anything relevant. Totally heartbreaking. Parents, take heed.

Friday, December 15, 2006

For the Relatives, part IIl

Here's the oldest; he just turned 18. This is the senior picture (man, they are ex-PEN-sive!) Mr. All-American :)

Thursday, December 14, 2006

Why I Saved This Photo

I can't remember where I found this (sorry), but I saved it because of the name the photographer had given it: "Toilet Roses."

(PS: Now that I look more closely, the photo appears to be from a site called "". Thanks, folks.)

Goodbye Gabe...

The Sox Sistahs have a nice goodbye blog post wishing you luck.

I, myself have already decided I'm making that trip down to Greenville next year to see you in

Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Flashback Wednesday

What I looked like in the (very early) 80's, pre-perm, that is!

Gabe Kapler ends playing career :(

From the AP:

Boston Red Sox outfielder Gabe Kapler retired Tuesday after nine major-league seasons to start a managerial career with the team's class-A farm team in Greenville, S.C.

Kapler, who is just 31, takes over the Drive of the South Atlantic League from former major-league infielder Luis Alicea, who was promoted to Boston's first-base and infield coach.

Greenville....hmmm, that's on the way to Clemson. Maybe I can finally see the guy in person!

Read more here.

Tuesday, December 12, 2006

For the Relatives, part II

This is our "middle child". He's fifteen and a real sweetheart, most of the time. We tease him that he likes us so much, he's never moving out. We're usually only half joking.

Ralphie's Packing Heat!


Sunday, December 10, 2006

In Case You Don't Have Time To Watch the Movie

It's a Wonderful Life in 30 seconds, re-enacted by bunnies.

I often forget.

Thanks to White Trash Mom for reminding us all that, yes, it really is A Wonderful Life. Most of the time :)

More Tacky Junk I Need For Christmas

The whole thing needs to have little sparkly lights, though...

Feel Good Joke of the Day

"I am passing this on to you because it definitely works, and we could all use a little more calmness in our lives. By following simple advice heard on the Dr. Phil show, you too can find inner peace. Dr Phil proclaimed, 'The way to achieve inner peace is to finish all the things you have started and have never finished.'

So, I looked around my house to see all the things I started and hadn't finished, and before leaving the house this morning, I finished off a bottle of Merlot, a bottle of Zinfandel, a bottle of Bailey's Irish Cream, a bottle of Vodka, a package of Oreos, the remainder of my old Prozac prescription, the rest of the cheesecake, some Doritos and a box of chocolates.

You have no idea how freaking good I feel. "

(Seen somewhere else in my rambles on the internet today, original author unknown.)

Friday, December 08, 2006

I Still Don't Have A Tree...

...or any lights or decorations up at my house. This is the latest I have ever *not* had a tree since we've owned the house, I think. We definitely need to get one this weekend. I wonder what the kids will name it this year. Last year's tree was named Steve. Do not ask me why, because I truly don't know.

Thursday, December 07, 2006

Another Birthday I Missed

December 6th was the birthday of Peter Buck from R.E.M., one of the few celebs I've actually met in person (twice) and have a sort-of-adult-crush on. Happy Birthday, Pete! (When is the next R.E.M. album coming out?)

Even Weirder than the Burger King Commercials?

Combos has a really strange new website called "Man Mom." You have to see it for yourself. (NO, I am not on there!)

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Best of Both Worlds

I love little kids. And I love the band Queen. This video is the best of both. Arlo, you are awesome, little man!

Monday, December 04, 2006

That's Just Wax!

Yes, these are regular size crayons. Very cool crayons, carved by an artist named Pete Goldlust. You can see lots more of his interesting work, including some squirmy-looking sculptures, here.

Kapler Still Wants to Be A Red Sox

From the Boston Herald:

Kapler, meanwhile, remained upbeat that he will return to the Sox. The 31-year-old outfielder made a complete recovery from a ruptured left Achilles tendon and batted .254 with two homers in 72 games. Considering that he wasn’t offered arbitration last year and still managed to return, Kapler knows that no doors are closed.
“I’ll continue to touch base and if it’s meant to work out, it will,” he said. “Obviously, I’ve cherished my time in Boston, and if it continues, great, but if not, it wasn’t meant to be.”
Even if he does end up signing elsewhere, Kapler is optimistic his life’s path will lead him back to Boston eventually.
“I truly believe I’m meant to be back there,” he said. “I’ll be back, whether it’s next year, two years from now, five years from now or 10 years from now. It’s somewhere I feel very comfortable and I’ve been happiest in my career, and I think everyone realizes that."

I hope he comes back, too!

Sunday, December 03, 2006

US Soccer Players of the Year

US Soccer has announced their finalists for Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year:
Bobby Convey
Clint Dempsey
Kasey Keller (my boy!)
Brian McBride
Oguchi Onyewu (from Clemson)
Josi Altidore
Quavas Kirk
Johann Smith
Nathan Sturgis (also from Clemson)
Preston Zimmerman

My votes are for Keller and Sturgis.

Swap Your Books and CDs for Free!

I just found out about two great websites where you can sign up for free and swap books and CD's with other people, also for free. The only cost is for you to mail the other person the item they've asked for.

The first is called Paperback Swap:

The second is called Swap a CD:

I'd appreciate that when you check them out, please use the banners above. (I get an extra trade credit that way.)

Looking forward to swapping stuff with some of you!

Friday, December 01, 2006

Wednesday, November 29, 2006

HS All-South Players from North Carolina

Click here... :)

A Different Kind of Ball

Bad News Hughes once again makes me laugh so hard I hurt myself. Definitely not a safe read for those easily offended about male body part discussions, or for Lance Armstrong fans...

Tuesday, November 28, 2006

How I Feel Pretty Much Every Night

(thanks to

It's Definitely No iPod

Funny line of the day, referring to a blog post about how "Yoga Mamas" can kick Soccer Mom butts (no, I'm not linking to it because it's a stupid premise anyway--BRING IT, Yoga Mamas!):

"it thinks it has a hip tone. . . but actually, well, it's just so zune."

The "Bag of Antlers" look

Over at White Trash Mom there's a good discussion about how CNN is reporting that celebs are "too thin." Well, duh. They just now noticed? As the mom of a 12 year old who wears women's size 0 jeans, this phenom concerns me a lot.

Sunday, November 26, 2006

Coolest Thing I Saw This Past Weekend

...or maybe even all month!

Vend-A-Moo. (The one I saw was in Blacksburg, SC, and I didn't have time to stop and take a picture of it, but it looked just like the one in the article.)


Esmee sings one for the old folks!

What I'm Thankful For, part 2

I am SOOOO thankful that I don't have to use dialup all the time, anymore. My sister has dialup ony, at her house, and I've had to use that for the past 4 days. Argh. It was bad enough having to read my email in a browser window, instead of with my Eudora. What creatures of habit we are, huh? Anyway it "only" took me 7.5 hours to get home from ATL, so that's something. Traffic only semi-sucked today. Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving weekend. I enjoyed seeing my parents and my sister's family, especially my four year old nephew. And I definitely enjoyed my sister's hot tub and my dad's cooking.

Friday, November 24, 2006

What MLS Players are Thankful For

With Thanksgiving upon us, asked players, coaches and team executives two questions: If there is only one person that you could thank for you being a professional soccer player/coach/executive, who would it be and why? AND Besides turkey, what is your favorite Thanksgiving dish? Many thanked their parents and early soccer coaches, while pumpkin pie and mashed potatoes were the favorite non-turkey dishes. Find out what others in MLS are celebrating this year by clicking the link.

Thursday, November 23, 2006

What I'm Thankful For, part 1

It took me 9.5 hours to go from south Chapel Hill to just north of Atlanta yesterday. It normally takes me about 6. I am thankful that my sister had plenty of beer ready for me when I got here. I am also thankful that my two youngest did not kill each other in the car on the way down.

Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Gabe makes the MVJ Team

The Chicago Jewish News Online lists their picks for the "Most Valuable Jews" in baseball for 2006.
Gabe Kapler, of course, makes the list.

Something I learned from reading this article is that you can get Jewish baseball cards. Very cool.

NC All-State Team

North Carolina Soccer Coaches Association


Men's All-State Team

Results from the weekend

From the 2006 CASL Shootout in Raleigh NC:

Triangle FC 88 Navy 1, Manhattan Thunder 0
Triangle FC 88 Navy 2, Texas FC 1
Triangle FC 88 Navy 0, CUP (Ohio) 3

(Thanks to wjarretc for the photo.)

School Project Karma

I should have known better than to post an article about how much school projects suck. Guess what my daughter had to do last night?? Make not one, but two, cookies in the shape of Africa, with frosting rivers and Hershey Kissable mountains. And I got to buy all of the stuff and help make them, yippee! And not only that, but because they are so big and fragile, she can't take them on the school bus, so I get to give her a ride to school this morning! I'm so freakin' lucky! Pinch me!

And after we got them all made and assembled, she told me they were "just" for extra credit...this from a kid who has something like a 98 average in every class. That's my girl.

Monday, November 20, 2006

Chimps: Smarter than Human (Men)?

An American anthropologist reports:

Male chimps, unlike their human counterparts, show a distinct sexual preference for females on the riper side of life, an American anthropologist reported in a paper.

Contrary to his own expectations, Martin Muller of Boston University found after years of observation that male chimpanzees consistently sought out the oldest females within a troop for sexual intercourse.

Sunday, November 19, 2006

I Love this Page!

This is what it's all about:


Saturday, November 18, 2006

School Projects Flat Out Suck.


It can wreck marriages and destroy family life, and it's more burdensome than travel soccer, football practice, or the Boy Scouts: It's the school project...

Please, oh please, dear curriculum developers, give us parents a break: Ban all make-work projects. Parents have jobs, too, you know. We do our children's homework. We serve on school boards, coach basketball, and volunteer with the Boy Scouts. Now you want us to be creative?!

Here's the whole article: "A Mom's Plea: Don't Make Me Do School Projects!"

Thursday, November 16, 2006

Kasey's Got "A Bit of Swelling"


Gabe Kapler, Bargain Bin item?

Foxsport's Baseball Free Agent Shopping Guide calls our Gabe a "bargain." Hopefully the REd Sox will realize this and keep him for another year.

End of the Journey

From the NC Soccer forum, a touching essay about one parent's last few weeks as a classic soccer parent:

My youngest kid's classic soccer career is now down to fewer team practices than the fingers of one hand, and her last three classic club games ever in the upcoming Shootout - she's U18 and this is the end of the ride. The practices haven't impacted me much the last couple of years, ever since she got her license and began driving herself, so I long ago got past the mixed feelings of immense relief from the burden of being her regular soccer practice chauffeur and regret from missing the camraderie with other parents of observing the practices and chatting each other up. I'll love having control of my soccer-season weekends back for e.g. beach trips instead, but I'll miss terribly the games and tournament weekends, at least for awhile.

He goes on to conclude:

Enjoy the ride those of you with younger classic players - IT'S THE JOURNEY THAT'S THE THING, NOT THE DESTINATION. All too soon that day will arrive for you and your kid too that it's over, finis. Relax and enjoy the ride and the people you ride along with while it lasts, you and your kid.

Read the whole post here.

I'll be there soon enough with the oldest, but the youngest is only a U-13, so we have a while yet.

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Get Well Soon, Kasey!

Over the weekend, two Americans met in Germany when Hamburg SV, with defensive midfielder Benny Feilhaber, 21, now a regular starter, tied 1-1 at Borussia Moenchengladbach, whose keeper Kasey Keller, who left the game with a shoulder injury in the 32nd minute, after which HSV got its goal. Keller is out with a strained ligament and is doubtful for his team's next game vs. Hannover 96.

Monday, November 13, 2006

Free Thanksgiving Coloring Pages

For all the little ones out there: Thanksgiving Coloring Pages.

When did "Bad" become "Cool"?

I didn't write this, but I wish I had. Article on "The Escalation of Cool", and how "bad" moms are suddenly the coolest ones out there.

Suddenly, at least when it comes to what publishers are thinking about what makes books and newspapers sell, if you aren't a bored mother, a depressed mother, an I-could-care-less mother, a mother who drinks, you are not a mother who is having an authentic experience.

Let's take a look at some of the current memoir out there right now. Some of these authors are friends of mine or writers I know, and some of these books are fantastic, despite the marketing angle taken by their publishers. So my intent is not to slam anyone, but I want to look at these titles.

Confessions of a Slacker Mom
Confessions of a Naughty Mommy
The Three-Martini Playdate
Sippy Cups are Not for Chardonnay
Mommies Who Drink (and, lest we be accused of leaving out fathers, Daddy Needs a Drink
Peanut Butter, Playdates, and Prozac

Notice a trend?

Moms have always been "bored" or "scared" or "messed-up"; they just didn't go online and blog about it all day long.


Memoir is all about transparency. But motherhood is about non-transparency. Memoir, like all writing, is about drama and conflict and plot and character. Motherhood is about consistency and keeping your cool -- it is all character and no plot. (Or rather, the same old plot with different characters.)

Being cool -- being "out" about being bored, about wishing you could be doing coke with your friends, about preferring to be drunk at a playdate -- is almost a way out of this dilemma. You're not being a bad mother, you're just cool. You're not being a good mother, you're just cool. It's just how you roll. But cool as an avoidance technique seems to be yet another thing that not only divides us against each other but also separates us from our fundamental role in this mother-child relationship.

Now it seems to be a "good" mother (in the pop-culture sense), you have to be a "bad" mother. First it was shocking to admit even so much as a crack in the facade. Now being on crack *is* the facade. This is also something that comes from the luxury of privilege. Desperate people don't have time for posturing. People actually on crack -- or facing PPD or dealing with addiction -- do not have the ability to sit around and muse about this stuff. Making these things the starting point for what's acceptable as an au courant mother denigrates the actual experience of those things, and then the authenticity of the entire experience is drawn into question.

Read the rest here. Great stuff.

Sunday, November 12, 2006

Only for the 40-somethings

R.E.M. vs U2-which was the best band of the 80's?

Either you loved U2, or you liked them fine. Either you loved R.E.M., or you hated them. The delicacy at the heart of R.E.M.'s 1980s albums fostered introspection and brotherhood among those of us who loved them in those years: introspection, because the songs pushed the listener inward, finding significance in every line; brotherhood, because we had to band together to defend our heroes against the unfeeling jerks who found R.E.M. precious and maddeningly opaque. I assumed, of course, that those jerks were U2 fans.

Can you guess which one I was?

Here's a hint.

Ephemeral Soccer Mom

I admire this kid's attitude, actually. Here's how his mom starts off:

As the days of soccer season dwindle to a precious few, so does my scant life as a soccer mom. Actually, it's already ended, lasting about as long as Ernest Hemingway's Francis Macomber's happy life.

Earlier this year, my son announced his intention to play soccer for the overpopulated urban high school he would be attending in the fall.

"But you don't play soccer," I said, and not only did my kid not play soccer but he would be going to school with about a zillion kids who had been playing since they were practically toddlers.

Read what happens here.

Saturday, November 11, 2006

Friday, November 10, 2006

I Found the Lemming Movie!

About a month ago, I wrote about the myth of lemmings being suicidal. I mentioned a movie called White Wilderness, in which this myth was first created by Disney in 1964. Well, I finally found the clip! Warning, it's about 12 minutes long, and it might give you grade school flashbacks if you're near my age.

Thursday, November 09, 2006

Caption this Kasey.

Gabe of the Day

Thanks to

Christmas Ideas for the Soccer Fan

(and no, I refuse to say "Holiday Gifts" because the only holiday *I* celebrate in December is Christmas.)

Soccer Monopoly

Football Pitch Doormat


Ice Cream Ball (for practicing dribbling and making ice cream at the same time)

The SoccerCouch

Pele Autographed Ball (don't let the kids play with this one!)

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

I Dare You Not to Laugh

What a chuckle this kid has!

Don't forget to vote!

Today is Election Day (here in the US anyway) so please be a good citizen and remember to vote! If you don't vote you can't bitch about who won later.

Monday, November 06, 2006

Welcome to the Club, Sister!

From the blog What on Earth is That Smell, the birth of yet another new soccer mommy:

When I married Brian, I seriously had no idea what I was getting into. Brian's family, as has been before noted, is SPORTS ORIENTED. For someone who spent her life staying home with her nose in a book, making lists, singing in musicals, playing the piano, reading encyclopedias and generally being a geek, this was a major shock.

Most of the shock has to do with attending my children's sporting activities. If Brian can help it, his children are going to play on sports teams, and therefore, as their mother, I find myself in the oddest of situations: Taking off my pajamas on a SATURDAY MORNING BEFORE 9 AM, putting on warm clothes, and sitting on the sidelines of a soccer field in freakin' November, with the wind and rain pelting me and the other parents. Screaming things like, "Quit shoving!" and "Ref, are you an idiot? She totally chicken-winged our player!" and "Come on, Green! See that round white thing rolling down the field? GET NEXT TO IT!"

I'm sorry - what? Marian the Librarian is now a Soccer Mom?

Here's how her kid's game went:

It was one of those the-ref-was-blind-to-everything-they-did-and-made-up-stuff-against-our-team games, and had I acted on the things I felt yesterday, I would've gotten Bri and his assistant coach the dreaded RED CARD. This team played dirty. Later we heard that their parents were taunting our girls that their coach sucked and they needed a new one. Who does that??

And they say I'm the only one who has a problem with refs :)

Sunday, November 05, 2006

Because I Miss Seeing Gabe

Taken by Red Sox Chick at Newbury Comics in Dec 2005. Yum. Hope he stays with the Red Sox next year (after going free agent.)

Thursday, November 02, 2006

Halloween on Franklin Street, 2006

My son is actually in this clip, for a few seconds, not that you'd be able to tell if you weren't specifically looking.

Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Field of...Death?

From the Salt Lake Tribune:

It's no Madrid. It's no Milan. It's no Manchester. But in Manti - yes, that small town in central Utah - soccer is a matter of life and death.

No, the town's toddlers are not necessarily dribbling balls or flinging headers before they're out of diapers. But they do play soccer at the city cemetery.

"Soccer has grown so much, we just needed a place that we could play," said Michelle Francks, Manti's city treasurer and former director of youth sports, including the Manti Youth Soccer League. "There was part of the cemetery that wasn't platted out yet. It seemed like a good solution, so we decided to put the field there."

Read the rest here.

Did you forget to buy a pumpkin like I did?

Then here's a virtual jack-o-lantern for you to carve instead.

Monday, October 30, 2006

I think I need help.

I spent $569 on soccer crap this weekend at the Eurosport yard sale. Granted, I did get 8 pairs of shoes, one pair of really cool puffy soccer ball slippers, and three shirts, but still. What was I thinking???

At least it wasn't all for one kid.

Sunday, October 29, 2006

Talk about having someone by the balls!

From Reuters:

Bulgarian premier league side Litex Lovech have ordered striker Ivelin Popov to get married in the coming year in the hope that it curtail his wild living.

"I accept the order and I promise to do it," said Popov who is a key member of Bulgaria's under-21 squad. "My bosses are right to want such a thing from me because they know my temper."

Popov, a Levski Sofia trainee who turned 19 this week, had an unsuccessful spell at Dutch club Feyenoord before joining Litex last year.

He is known for his countless girlfriends and volatile temper and upset the Litex fans on Friday when he made a gesture towards them after scoring in a 2-1 victory over Rodopa Smolyan.

However, he is promising to curb his volatile temperament and settle down with his current girlfriend.

Saturday, October 28, 2006

Not a cat wearing food!

No, thanks to Dooce, this is a *dog* wearing food. The most patient dog ever.

Watch the video.

This is me in a week or two (sniff)

From a Colorado newspaper article:

Reality stepped in midway through the second half late Wednesday afternoon in Denver, and I began to realize I was probably never going to see my son play high school soccer again.

The Tigers were down 3-1 in their first postseason game. Despite all the hope and optimism in the world, the outcome of the game seemed pretty obvious when their opponents knocked in a final goal.

As a senior and captain on the CaƱon City Tigers squad, Bobby saw his high school career nearing its end.

What does LDSM stand for?

Friday, October 27, 2006

Football Poets

Poems about soccer are here:

it's a site for all football poets, lovers of football and maybe even lovers of (alternative)poetry. We're actively looking to sign more poets and will be delighte to discover unknown's in the lower leagues right on down to the school playground.

Here's my favorite so far: The Referee.