Daily Archives: March 23, 2009

Anthems for a Broken World

Do you like music? Do you like helping people? Did you know that you can change a person’s life by purchasing some great music? Click on The Saturn Project to read about the plan to convert amazing music to a real home and clean drinking water for families and children literally living in a dump.

If you want to know what the music sounds like, I’ll tell you it is mainstream adult contemporary and rock, similar to what you would hear from Coldplay or U2 with the “old school” bluesy overtones of the John, Paul, George and Ringo or Pink Floyd. This 100% original CD contains 10 years of creativity in music and lyrics from Jesse and Alex Santoyo. Further, they are donating 100% of the proceeds from this project to help change lives. You are going to love the music, and you should love the fact that your money will be going to change the world for the better.

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Monday Armchair Baller

This has been my best start for bracket picks in an NCAA tourney. I know things can change very quickly, especially if any of your final 4 teams lose in the sweet 16. Here’s a quick rundown so far…

I’m 40-8 in picks so far with 15 of the Sweet 16 teams still in the hunt. All 8 Elite 8 teams are still in the hunt. Wake Forest has been my worst choice; I had them losing in the sweet 16 but they decided to get whooped in the first round. Pittsburgh (my choice for champ) and Louisville (my runner up) mustered just enough to win their games against big underdogs. I am concerned about those picks now. I’m a perfect 12 of 12 in the west, 11 for 12 in both the East and South, but a sorry 6 for 12 in the upset filled midwest.

If I could change some picks, I might swap Pitt for UNC in the championship. UNC just might bring home yet another title this year.

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