On The Collective(ly) Unconscious, you can expect to read new material, analysis and perspective written by Yours Truly every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. I have decided that Tuesday's academic and extracurricular schedule is just a tad too demanding to concern myself with a blog entry that day. And Saturday? Well, that is just a day off. Give me a break, I love college football.
Of course, that brings us to Sunday. Henceforth, every Sunday starting now will be home to a feature I like to call the "Sunday Morning Links". I will use Sunday to post several links to all the news stories that I found interesting or journalistic essays that I thought were of a special quality. Hopefully, this can hep broaden everyone's horizons, including mine and also give you, the reader a little more understanding of the particular writings that I think are worthy of notice. I know the term "Morning" might be a little subjective, seeing as this will probably be posted around 1:00 kickoff and I will try to crawl out of my tomb/bed earlier on future Sundays.
Now here it is: your first ever edition of the Sunday Morning(ish) Links!
-Bill Simmons writes about the TRUE implications of Monday Night's Cowboys-Eagles game before making his Week 3 picks. I couldn't agree more. If the Browns lose every week, I am fine. But if my fantasy team loses...watch out:
-Apparently, people are racist. Why did it take more than two years of polling and campaigning to figure this out:
- And creepiest story of the year goes to:
- Amid all the supposed sports journalists weeping over the loss of Yankees Stadium, I found one man sane enough to focus on the REAL story of the 2008 baseball season. Hell has frozen over:
And finally, Entertainment Weekly helps me question and belittle the very Award show I was so excited about yesterday:
So there you have it: your first Links of all-time! I hope you get a better idea of where I am coming from now and why my future line of work will be with these media folk. Come back tomorrow when I write about something sexy and exciting (gotta nab those readers however I can), and look out for my first entry on the OU Sports site bobcatblogs.net, which should be coming up sometime shortly after this Tuesday.
Hasta luego, Peace, Love and all that fun stuff!