Michael Vick says he wouldn’t change a thing about his life. Before all you holier-than-thous eviscerate the guy, stop.
Although it’s terrible dogs had to die, Vick has very clearly learned from his mistakes. He specifically says that his stint in prison was ultimately a moment of personal growth:
“I wouldn’t change anything about my life if I could,” he said. “As crazy as this may sound, going to prison really changed my life. I was able to go in and come out with a plan.”
Maybe people need a life. Or more diverse interests. Because if Jimmer Fredette is too famous to attend class at BYU without it being disruptive, then maybe we’re just not intellectually curious enough as a species.
Let’s set a scale of human suffering. Let’s say the devil’s hat trick of earthquake tsunami meltdown in Japan is a 10, and you coming in last place in your fantasy league is a 1.
If the Kings do in fact leave Sacramento, it would be at best a 3. Still, It woultd sadden hundreds of thousands of people who live in the area and love the team. It’s a sad sad thing when a team leaves. Just ask
Who says they don’t try hard in the NBA regular season?
St. John’s head basketball coach Steve Lavin is a friend of the Robert Wuhl Show. He has appeared numerous times on our air, and is unanimously regarded as a great guy.
St. John’s announced today that Coach Lavin is
battling prostate cancer.
Life is a confusing and complicated place, sometimes.
Allen Iveson is one of the greatest sports figures of our era. He was a transcendent talent in the NBA. And, massively quotable.
His taking reporters to task over questions about practice remains a famous piece of media.
Now, he’s at it again. Dig this brilliant – reported –
exchange with police in Atlanta.