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Joey Logano joins Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson, Dale Earnhardt Jr., and teammate Brad Keselowski as a 3 time winner this season with a victory at Bristol…

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Dave Coombs Sports Punch Blog
August 26, 2014
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NUMBER ONE: Alan Branch, for blowing his shot at the NFL by blowing a big number in a DWI. Right after he vomited out his driver’s side door during a traffic stop! The Buffalo Bills said buh-bye, but at least Branch has his Michigan education to fall back on…NUMBER TWO: Those complaining about grunting at tennis matches…Come on, man! It’s half the reason we’re watching the early rounds of the US Open…NUMBER THREE: ESPN’s Continue Reading »

Mimi's Rock Life Blog
August 21, 2014

For many of us, having a State Fair in our backyard is a plus. A big Fair nearby allows for multiple day trips.  You can set aside one day for amusement rides. One day for the animal barns. One day for exhibits and shows. I think people-watching is the best part of the Fair. Where else can you see so many couples with matching airbrushed tee-shirts and strollers packed with Continue Reading »