Anyone watching football this month is seeing a lot of pink -- on handtowels, socks, hats, bits of uniform. It's part of, of course, the vast Breast Cancer Awareness month program. It's admirable, even if it does have the feel of overload. We think supporters should not necessarily go for mass use ... More >>
Photos By GroovehouseJust like a concert, but with no alcohol and merch, and a little less moshing. Since coming back from The Response event at Reliant Stadium on late Saturday afternoon and posting my blog about the event, which I spent almost eight hours at, the comment section on the Hair ... More >>
Will plead insanity
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