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It’s gonna be a long time before I finish one of the many missions that I have to establish

Thanks again for everyone who passed on good wishes for my dad.  As I said in my post a few weeks back, his first scan since his diagnosis in February showed an eighty percent reduction in the disease.  He had three chemo treatments last week and seems to be doing okay.  As you can see from the bizarre pic below, I had a great time at Mountain Jam this year.  I actually sent...
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June 12, 2016  |  Discuss

A Quick Update

I’m off to Mountain Jam tomorrow and will write a full post next week.  However, I just wanted to share that my dad’s first scan since his initial diagnosis went really.  There was an 80 percent reduction in the disease (Mantle Cell Lymphoma).  This was obviously great news and I wanted to let you guys know.  I know that this is a really tricky sickness and that it will be...
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June 02, 2016  |  Discuss

Well It Seems Like I’m Caught Up In Your Trap Again

Sorry I waited until Draft Day to get this out.  Things have hectic lately, as I just caught Bruce’s final two shows in Brooklyn.  My dad is doing OK.  He’s had a few chemo treatments but there haven’t been any further PET scans yet.  Thanks again for all the well wishes.  I caught the Santana reunion show at MSG as well.  Unfortunately, we missed the first half of his...
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April 28, 2016  |  Discuss

What’s New?

http://justiceiscoming.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/43/2016/03/Wharf-Rat-Red-Rocks-78.mp3It’s good to be back.  My dad finally got back from the hospital after three and a half weeks, so that’s good.  The version of “Wharf Rat” I’ve posted above is from the forthcoming box set from the Justice Is Coming House Band.  It’s from one of the few shows in the box that...
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March 28, 2016  |  Discuss

Every Day It Just Gets Harder To Live The Dream You’re Believing In

The 2015 NFL season is officially over, even though the Chargers’ campaign ended after getting blown out at home to the Raiders. At least that’s when I was sure that they weren’t going to the playoffs. But even I couldn’t have predicted a 4-12 season. If I had, I would have assumed that the head coach would be fired and maybe the GM too. But Tom Telesco was secretly extended...
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February 13, 2016  |  Discuss

It Keeps Getting Worse

As if another soul-killing game last weekend wasn’t bad enough, the Chargers took even more steps backward this week.  Actually, the game itself wasn’t so hurtful.  I didn’t root without reservation for a win, anyway.  It’s not as if I thought they’d fire McCoy as a result.  All a win would have done would be to strip the Broncos of the #1 seed and **** up our draft...
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January 09, 2016  |  Discuss

End. This. Now.

Honestly, I didn’t think the Spanoses would fire McCoy.  He’s the worst and has done nothing to change my opinion of him.  He coaches not to lose and very often does.  But last night Alex Marvez of FOX sent out a Tweet that McCoy was done.  I read someone’s response that in the end the Chargers wouldn’t do it.  Now the U-T is saying he’s staying for his final year...
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January 02, 2016  |  Discuss

I Guess We Were Just Too Much Of The Same Kind

This was a Twitter exchange during the game that officially ended our season.  The long pass and run from Vick, coupled with Addae’s penalty, led to Bell’s run.  That was it right there.  Alan Paul, author of Big In China and One Way Out: The Inside Story Of The Allman Brothers Band is a Pittsburgh native and Steelers fan.  I obviously took issue with his criticism of Rivers...
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December 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Nothin’ We Can Say Can Change Anything Now

Obviously, I’ve had Bruce on the brain as of late.  It’s Saturday night here on Long Island.  Jet fans are undoubtedly getting ready for a game at Dallas.  Even if they didn’t make the playoffs, they are clearly moving in the right direction.  I’m sure Todd Bowles wasn’t happy when the Cardinals won 11 games in 2013 and didn’t get in or when they did last year without...
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December 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Top Supplements Most NFL Athletes Live By

NFL players are one of the strongest and most powerful players in the world. They have big and ripped muscles and overall strong physique. People admire them not only for their talent in the playing field but also because of how good they take care of their bodies. They are indeed good role models for aspiring athletes and for those people who want to improve their shape and built...
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December 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Four To Go

Yeah, I’m still watching.  No, I can’t tell you why.  If you’ve read my stuff over the last 20 years, you know why.  It’s just who I am.  During last week’s Denver Debacle, I kept my pledge to detach myself as much emotionally from the game as I could.  When the Chargers did something good, which wasn’t very often, I was happy.  When they looked like **** for most...
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December 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Is A Dream Alive If It Don’t Come True Or Is It Something Worse?

There it is.  That was the exact moment when I finally knew that Mike McCoy could not be the coach of this team.  I’m sure some of you were convinced long before.  His decision to turtle in the Tennessee game in 2013 ended killing us after a long pass (and a dropped pick from Marcus Gilchrist).  Everyone still raves about Ken Wisenhunt and they should, but what was his role...
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December 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Chargers Tickets On Secondary Market Above $200 Average Against Osweiler’s Broncos

The San Diego Chargers finally got back in the win column last week, snapping their six-game losing streak against the Jacksonville Jaguars on the road by a final score of 31-25. Philip Rivers completed 29-of-43 passes for 300 yards and four touchdowns, with one to Stevie Johnson, one to Dontrelle Inman and two to Antonio Gates. Johnson was Rivers’ top target on Sunday, hauling...
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December 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Under Construction

I feel I did my part for the cause this week by Tweeting the pic of this guy’s house constantly.  It made it to the news, which may be the same channel I was on in 2002.  I am not even watching the game live today and hanging out with the kids.  I watch it later if there is anything worth seeing.  At this point, the only value in McCoy not being fired till January is that...
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November 29, 2015  |  Discuss

LaDainian Still Deserves Better

“This could be the greatest night of our lives, but you’re gonna let it be the worst.” Animal House really is The Godfather of comedy.  It never disappoints and can be used for so many things.  The same cannot be said for the Chargers.  Tomorrow’s game was supposed to be at night (our last prime time home appearance?) with LaDainian Tomlinson’s number being retired. ...
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November 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Is It Over Yet?

Now I don’t even have the Mets to distract me any more.  All I can say about the World Series, by the way, is that I can’t believe they were able to even blow leads in all those games with how little they hit.  The Royals were clearly the better team and the Mets never gave themselves much room for error–then they’d commit an error. But now we have a Monday Night game against...
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November 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Chargers Get-in Price On Secondary Market Only $50 For MNF Game Against Bears

The season cannot be ruled over in Week 9 for the San Diego Chargers, but they’ll have one of the steepest uphill climbs in the NFL if they are going to make a run at one of the available Wild Card spots in the AFC. On a four-game losing streak that puts them at 2-6 and in last place of the AFC West, the Chargers are without their leading wide receiver for the remainder of the...
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November 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Just A Little Nervous From The Fall

I’ll keep this short for a lot of reasons, but mostly because this season is officially a bust. It may have been at that point after Green Bay, but at least we could say that the schedule was “getting easier” from here on in. The Chargers weren’t playing any better, really but the opponents were seemingly more beatable. However, last week put that notion to rest. I hate the...
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October 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Raiders Week

I know that if you listen to my broadcast on Rabble TV, you can hear my disappointment not only in the Chargers but in myself.  Let me rephrase that, FAITHFUL READER.  I’m mad about the form my anger is taking right now.  I said before the Green Bay game that I felt like this team was going nowhere (except maybe LA) and I stand by that.  I’d love to be wrong, but I’ve seen...
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October 24, 2015  |  Discuss

We’re Not Even Good Enough To Be That Mistake

As I finished up my post before Monday Night’s game, I thought that the overall tone might be a bit too dour. But after watching that game, I realize that I was spot on. If you peruse the Halls Of Justice, you’ll see that I usually find reason to believe that the Bolts will at least challenge for the postseason. I knew during this game that even if they won, they would simply...
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October 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Could This Be Infatuation Or Am I Being Mislead Now?

It’s the Sunday before Columbus Day.  With the Chargers playing tomorrow, I have had a rare day without football obligations.  Sure, I watched a little of the other games.  But I still don’t see how we could really beat any of the teams playing well right now.  As I see Denver put away the Traitors, I have a hard time imagining us improving on our 2-4 division record from...
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October 12, 2015  |  Discuss

**** Norv 2

There wasn’t as much “Norv beat the Chargers” talk as I feared after Sunday’s game.  I did respond to a Tweet I saw by Merriman suggesting that Norv was doing a great job against his old team.  Norv had nothing to with that game.  No one has ever disputed that he’s a good coordinator.  He’s just a ****** coach.  The same can be said for Wade Phillips (who is once...
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October 02, 2015  |  Discuss

NetBet provides plenty of options for gamers looking for action

Sports betting/casino gaming is one of the most popular hobbies for people from all walks of life around the world. It continues to grow in popularity each year thanks to the Internet opening up windows for online gaming. It’s now become taboo for a group of friends or colleagues to watch major sporting events with “action” in the form of bets placed with online sportsbooks...
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October 02, 2015  |  Discuss

In One Of Cheapest Home Games Of ’15, Chargers Host Browns In Week 4

Despite sporting a 1-2 record through the season’s first three weeks, the San Diego Chargers have looked pretty efficient on the offensive end, exhibiting a variety of weapons that should have them in postseason contention all year long. Philip Rivers has looked solid as the team’s starting quarterback, as he always does, while the rushing game featuring rookie Melvin Gordon...
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September 29, 2015  |  Discuss

**** Norv

There was a lot not to like on Sunday.  Both lines of scrimmage look weak.  Chris Watt is spending as much time on his back as Luis Castillo.  With no real push from the defensive front, we got gashed on the ground and got no pressure on Andy Dalton.  Yes, there was the “tuck rule” play, but I never thought we were getting that call.  It may be a stupid rule, but at least...
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September 24, 2015  |  Discuss
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