Thursday, August 6, 2020

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As the Dallas Cowboys jump to a 2-1 start, many have taken to the argument of who is a better quarterback, Tony Romo or Dak Prescott. Dak, a fourth round draft pick, has proven himself to be a solid replacement for the battle-tested Tony Romo while he recovers from a back injury. The question remains; is it time for...
    With the final season of HBO's Game of Thrones set to air April 14, fans will finally see the conclusion to this series. By its end, "Game of Thrones" will have over 100 hours worth of episodes. Having invested so much time into this show, viewers would be sourly disappointed with a mediocre ending, and it is...
I tightly grip my crescent-tinted assault rifle as two of my friends and myself enter uninviting and dark catacombs. Lights emit from our weapons as we walk deeper into the abyss of a cavern that is nonhuman in origin, adding to the hostility on the Earth’s moon. The tension and silence cause one of my friends to crack a bad joke through...
Last year, I was watching one of my favorite television shows, Showtime’s Shameless, when I ran into a song at the end of an episode that was relatively catchy. I was surprised that I actually enjoyed the song since most of the show’s indie rock music is a bit too obscure for me. I discovered the band’s name, Spoon, and...
"Still" Album Review   Chicago, Illinois powerviolence act Weekend Nachos are just as angry as ever. Backed up by great production and awesome songwriting, “Still” is a must-buy album for anyone who wants some background music while they punch holes into walls.   Kicking off with the track, “Sickened No More,” Weekend Nachos demonstrate that they don’t intend to...
"All I'm going to say is, let's pray for God's intercession on this election." While this quote echoes the thoughts of the majority of voters in America, it also holds a certain amount of relevance to it. This election is one of the most important elections in our lifetimes. We are not just voting for the next President of the...
In professional sports, the most dangerous disease is the dreaded injury bug that seems to infect one team a year. Being plagued by injuries is something fans in Texas are becoming acclimated to with the Rangers the last two years, but now it seems to be the Cowboy’s turn. At the beginning of the season, everything was on the...
The Cowboys Draft Preview   Draft day. Two words that fill the nightmares of Cowboys' fans. After not making the playoffs in 2011 and 2012, the Cowboys need to have a strong draft class this year. This draft becomes even more important as memories of the botched drafts of 2008 and 2009 (no players from the '08 or '09 drafts are...

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