“Follow my lead, oh, how I need someone to watch over me.”Mom always has watched over me. She wasn’t feeling so good again a couple of weeks ago. So we went to the hospital for the 17th time in the past three years. (She kept count in her journal.) Billie Paige has been battling cancer like Troy Tulowitzki battling Clayton Kershaw’s curveball, and she had fouled off 16 nasty pitches. I use the comparison only because she loved baseball, especially Tulo and the Rockies.
SAN DIEGO — Don’t ever take a knife to Mona Lisa’s face, a hammer to David’s chest or a helmet to Peyton’s legs. Don’t take a cheap shot at a work of art. The only strategy apparently left to the Broncos’ opponents is to try to take Peyton Manning out. He’s obviously too good for defenses to beat legitimately. But Manning and the Broncos won again, anyway, Sunday. With time and hope running out on the Chargers, right defensive end Corey Liuget went after Manning’s legs. Late.
His Bronc riding days are over; the last rodeo is done. Peyton Manning is saying goodbye; it’s been lots of fun. According to two sources, Manning will acknowledge his decision by the end of this week. These sources also say that Peyton, who will turn 40 on March 24, is leaving the Broncos and retiring from the game he has played competitively for 29 years. It’s implausible that Manning would opt to sign with another team for one season. Manning’s final play for the Broncos was a handoff to C.J.
Just got my quarterly check from Screen Actors Guild for $19.38 for residuals for starring in ""Rocky Balboa"". Sort of. The Other Guy (TOG) on Cold Pizza must get the same amount. I always want to frame check. But then I buy a few tequila shots instead
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