Monthly Archives: December 2010

12/31/2010

item 1 >>> Boston had a Yaz, but we could have also had a Jaz. I’m talking about Steve Jastrzembski, yes spelled with a “b.” He was a football standout at Pitt, an End, drafted by the Patriots in 1962. … Continue reading

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12/30/2010

item 1 >>> It is said that in 1948 Lynn became the first city in the nation to broadcast all its high school football games on TV, WNAC Channel 7. Since few homes had sets, teenagers jammed bars to watch … Continue reading

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12/29/2010

item 1 >>> Talking about cars with diagonal head-lamps yesterday, here’s one from England, a 1964 Jensen C-V8. You know, up here on the St. Lawrence River where I now hide out, folks have a diplomatic way of putting it: … Continue reading

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12/28/2010

item 1 >>> As far as I can tell, Baseball is still America’s pastime, despite protestations from Football and Nascar. Still, without a fundamental sense of fairness, all the good things you like about Baseball ultimately have a hollow ring. … Continue reading

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12/27/2010

item 1 >>> My brother Dave is has started a weekly blog called Suburban Home Journal…What’s Happening in the Suburbs of New England. His first entry is on SNOW…yippee! It’s excellent and I encourage you to read it…at  http://subhomejnl.wordpress.com.  He … Continue reading

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12/26/2010

item 1 >>> December 26th is the Feast of Stephen, aka Boxing Day. It is a public holiday in England and most Commonwealth Nations, including Canada, Australia and New Zealand, as well as in Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Romania, … Continue reading

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12/25/2010

Wicked Ballsy   shameless plugs wrapped in swaddling clothes lying in a manger… Podcasts at http://stolfpod.podbean.com and   http://thewholething.podbean.com Daily blogs at http://stolf.wordpress.com and  https://deepfriedhoodsiecups.wordpress.com More bloggage at http://travelingcyst.blogspot.com and  http://www.examiner.com/retro-pop-culture-in-watertown/mark-john-astolfi Resume and audio samples at http://home.rr.com/mastolfi

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