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A Rebuttal: Why March Madness is the Pinnacle of Competition

Editor’s Note: When this blog was started by a group of friends, we hoped it would become a running dialogue of our interests. In the purest sense, we would be communicating with each other, while letting others in on the … Continue reading

Rooting for Goliath

There are two times of year that are widely considered to be the paragon of American athletics. One is in late October, when the World Series is taking place, the NBA and NHL seasons finally kick off, and the NFL … Continue reading

Golf: Connecting Ideas to Actions

The game of golf is as simple, and as complex as any other. Conceptually, it is easy; all you have to do is hit the golf ball into the hole just with a swing of your golf club, that’s it. … Continue reading

Gray Skies

I’m already excited for the third season of House of Cards, and I’ve already started re-watching True Detective’s inaugural season. They’re both made of really good stuff, and I can’t get enough of the latter right now. The whole “can people change” philosophy in the Time is a Flat Circle concept is fascinating. I could watch the sweeping camera shots of the Louisiana Bayou landscape for hours. But Continue reading

Squad for Life

I don’t share this anecdote because I want the world to share in my adulation for the song – you’d need an inaccessible combination of nostalgia and inane humor – but instead, because it got me thinking about my old, mostly high-school, days of recording rap. Really, and more specifically, the upstate-New York hip-hop sensation, Demon Snow Squad. Continue reading

Are You Not Entertained?

Last night, the Brooklyn Nets visited the TD Garden to play the Boston Celtics. The national attention focused on the event had nothing to do with the basketball being played, which over the course of the evening ranged from generally … Continue reading

Old Cedar

Back in 2012, a few of us prestigious Lafayette alumni went on a camping trip for the 4th of July. The group included 5 out of the 6 nominal Bobcat Territory contributors, the exception being “House” Crouse (not that, as … Continue reading

Smoke and Mirrors

Marshall Mathers released his 8th full-length studio album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2, on November 5th, this past Tuesday. It is a sequel, or rather an alleged continuation, of The Marshall Mathers LP, his most successful record, which I consider to be … Continue reading

Deconstructing a Deity

Everybody who knows me well understands that, while the music to which I listen is almost exclusively rap (Tenacious D and the Book of Mormon soundtrack aside!), Eminem stands apart. Don’t get me wrong – I’m a big fan of the work of many other rappers. Illmatic. Enter the 36 Chambers. Ready to Die. Reasonable Doubt. Drought 3. Continue reading

Calvin & Hobbes: Indespensible

I’m not exactly sure what made me want to write about Calvin & Hobbes. Talk about a train of thought beginning to a Blogcat! Ahh, now I remember. Right around the time (mid-August) my girlfriend and I moved into our … Continue reading