(*It is an antiquated precept at best and an ecological nightmare at worst. All the information is available on-line and so the phone book should be available, upon request at the Post Office (until Grandma dies), not stacked up on the steps of urban apartment buildings so some dude can say he delivered them all.
If Obama (and/or Congress) wants to curry some favor with the populace, there is no better place to start (with the possible exception of outlawing earrings on guys) than finally ridding us of this scourge. But I digress, I wonder if all this will be redacted in the editorial process because my boss thinks this is too decisive.)
However, if the Wall Street Journal can use it’s considerable pulpit to push for changes in professional football today, I don’t see why I can’t do likewise.
Rarely is there an idea that comes out of another’s mouth of which I am left wonder-struck and (if I am being honest) jealous. But the following is such a concept:
This would exponentially improve the over-time process in NFL games, making it that much more intriguing than a mere coin flip. Now the onus is on the NFL ownership as to whether or not they want to improve their product.
You can tell the Red Sox must be out of the Play-offs if I’m writing about football 2 days in a row.