Here’s what I did in April
Wrote a bunch in April, where my primary gig was that golf tournament in a backwater east Georgia town. Here’s a couple bits worth checking out.
• The yin and yang of Bubba Watson: Column on the paradox of a two-time Masters winner named Bubba.
• 18 Thoughts on Phil Mickelson’s Masters misfire: Column with 18 thoughts on Phil, some serious, some profound, all individually wrapped for your convenience.
• There’s ugliness going on at the University of North Carolina regarding the academic skills (or lack thereof) of athletes. I wrote this piece on the current state of affairs there.
More of the writing, if you’re so inclined, right here.
Here’s me on video talking about a speculative new NASCAR schedule:
Also kickstarted the A.M. Shuffle series, a way I’m using to start my mind working in a writing direction each morning. So far, biggest clicker has been the Red Hot Chili Peppers (no doubt aided by the “recording session depravity” tagline I used to promote it), biggest loser has been Sia (nobody likes thinking about their own mortality, go figure).
We leave you with the Vine of the month: this dude trying to change a burning tire on Ricky Stenhouse Jr.’s car. We admire your dedication, sir, if not necessarily your intelligence:
Thanks so much for reading, everybody.