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this mall is still open don't ask me how no, the locks aren't broken but it's a demolition zone now it used to be cool to go to Valley View but all the people have gone away no more 15-year old chicas or the occasional orthodox jew those shops are empty, there's no more soccer... Continue Reading →

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Hall of Memories: My Farewell to the Ballpark in Arlington

At the end of the day, it's just a building, but to me and many others it's a hall of memories. We've seen wins and losses, eaten ridiculous food, felt our legs stick to those green seats in 1 million degree weather in July, chased foul balls, heckled opposing players, listened to Chuck Morgan's perfect... Continue Reading →

My Documentary Now Available On Vimeo

My documentary Don't Think You'd Understand: The Billy Ray Jeter Story is now available for free on Vimeo. You can watch the short-film which had it's world premiere at the Texas Theatre (the place where Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested) last month. This film is about my indoor soccer team and was intended solely for the... Continue Reading →

Top 10 Albums of 2018

I am always looking to challenge myself when I make these lists so they don't get stale. For this year's list each album will get one more sentence about it than the album before. So, No. 10 gets one sentence, No. 9 gets two, etc. Like every year, I didn't realize how much great music... Continue Reading →

Lecrae Is One of The Most Influential Men In America

Bun B, Kendrick Lamar, Big K.R.I.T. Tim Keller, John Piper, Louie Giglio. Bubba Watson, Justin Forsett, Steph Curry. The first three: famous, critically-acclaimed rappers. Keller, Piper, and Giglio? Well-known white pastors in their 50s and 60s. Two-time Masters champion Watson, Baltimore Ravens running back Forsett, and newly-crowned NBA MVP Curry round out the group. The... Continue Reading →

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