Ladies… Linkups: “What the hell, Marquette?!” edition

Walkoff Walk is previewing the upcoming baseball season. Predictions are almost never correct (for evidence of this, see my 2009-10 NHL predictions, which I plan to revisit in a very-near-future post), but when they’re this well-written what does it matter? Here’s Rob Iracane on the NL Central.

At the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games in Vancouver, Canada’s sledge hockey team lost an opportunity to play for gold as Japan came through with a 3-1 victory. I hope you Americans are happy now.

Hey, did you know that women can’t be bothered to blog?! I would tell you why, but my blood is too busy boiling.

On a tangentially-related note, HERE’S A WOMAN WHO BLOGS!  I think Amanda Rykhoff captured a few common sentiments from yesterday’s matchups (and horrifying outcomes!)

And yeah, I don’t know why I’m sitting in first place as of this writing. Apparently, I nailed most of the upsets (*blushes*) But trust me – Ohio will last longer in the Tournament than I will.

DeVaughn Washington making it look...awesome! (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

There’s more Tourney goodness to come, but try to get some work done this afternoon, OK?

3 thoughts on “Ladies… Linkups: “What the hell, Marquette?!” edition

  1. “…also explains why men are so quick to have opinions on subjects they know little or nothing about. ”

    IRONY ALERT. What the hell is wrong with this lady? She gets PAID to offer her take on the world? We’re all doomed.

  2. Her elitist type is, I hope, a dying breed (and don’t even get me started on some of the anti-feminist columns she’s written. Urge to rant…RISING!)

    She either didn’t think this one through or she’s living under a meticulously clean rock. Like, hellooooo, there’s a conference called Blogher for women like us, for heaven’s sake!

    And let’s give the men some credit – there are some fantastic writers out there who are knowledgeable, articulate and aren’t necessarily getting paid!

  3. Marquette is one of the (few) upsets I called correctly, and as my bracket sinks to the bottom of the standings like a lead weight in the Atlantic Ocean, I am clinging to that.

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