Back again. Ok spare the civilian hellos. Let’s get to business 15. River Raid for Atari. Atari was our family’so first and only video game system. A good friend … Continue Reading Pt. 3 of my childhood. You still care??
Even though I will never call them the “San Francisco 49ers” again, you need to accept the fact that us die hard 49ers fans, will be here forever. Even though … Continue Reading Still a proud member of the faithful!!
For my entire existence I’ve lived in California. Up North mostly—from Oakland, to San Francisco, Sacramento, and all the way down the coast to Los Angeles. The older I get, the more … Continue Reading California Dreamin’
Yes I told you guys that I wasn’t done with this. But no, you didn’t listen. Well here is some more bs for ya. Enjoy. Or not. Whatever. Haha 20. … Continue Reading Random Stuff from my childhood pt. 2
I just finished watching the 2016 US Women’s National team vs. The Women’s Select team. Wow. It was awesome. The Select team almost won. Poise and turnovers were the … Continue Reading Press Select. The 2016 Women’s National team Vs. Select Team
How the teams of Detroit are on the right track much like the city they represent
Awwww what a great trio of players. An age-old question is “Do you think Derek Jeter will be the 1st Unanimous Hall of fame vote?” I think so. Every generation … Continue Reading Jeter, Bonds, and Griffey Jr. My stories on meeting all 3 them.
My biggest gripe with today’s modern fan is this…… STATS, STATS, STATS. In my anti following the crowd head of mine, I hate it when guys and gals Stat drops. … Continue Reading Black Basketball Vs. Stats The Numbers Game
I’m trying to exhibit will power because I start my punk ass diet today. Laying in bed thinking about all the new millennium snacks. Hahahahah actually the old millennium snacks. … Continue Reading My glutinous snacks that I miss from the past.
Awwww yes. Harbaugh’s Last Hurray. In what was supposed to be a great time in 49ers lore, The 2014 season was anything but. It was a disaster. And it started … Continue Reading The Exodus Of Jim Harbaugh
The 89 quake was a huge part of my life. Even though several of lives were lost and billions of dollars in damages were estimated, it was synonymous with a … Continue Reading Reflection of My Childhood Pt. 1
We want to be treated as equals as Black People, but can’t treat each others equally. We want racism to stop but critique every non black person. We want to end … Continue Reading “I don’t believe you, I need more people!”
The era of which we live in today is convoluted with self imagery, and subliminal cries for validation. Not to say that there aren’t any selfless people in our society, but how one is viewed is no longer about long term reputation, but how strangers you’ll never meet see you in the moment.
Lemme preface by telling you this: This article may come off to some as Self righteous, as egotistical, as snide. Good. I’m glad. It’s about time someone has the balls … Continue Reading The Matter Of Our Black Lives and why the Shit doesn’t Matter by Tareau Barron
The year is 2013. And the San Francisco 49ers just lost their 6th Super Bowl. Emotions are running high in San Francisco. So much hatred for different reasons. For Kaepernick. … Continue Reading Jim Harbaugh’s Death Grip on The 49ers: The Rise and Fall of Jim Harbaugh pt 3