In the interest of full disclosure, and fully making the use of this publishing platform, I humbly submit my first (and last) article on CLUTCHSPIN.
If you liked experiences like "Hangover" and "boring lecture at 2 PM in a hot room" and "pushy creation science guy thrusting pamphlets at you" you'll love our newest addition to the family. Fresh from the pit under a county fair port-a-john comes Frank Deford's* ode to good old-timey baseballin'.
The Sophists posited, and Tim Donaghy deposited and Sheed's requisite neo-orthodoxy drove the submission of the forms to a degree that the importance of the pathos outweighed the logos. Take the Malice in the Palace, for example, as a situation that can be looked at through the fundamentalist and not-incorrect…
In the spirit of TDK's thoughtful examination of the Padres, and Raysism's in-depth look at the Boston Marathon, I present my recap of the 2013 Masters.
I'm very, very sorry.
Phyllis Hufnagel, Community Beat.
Part one of Ted Brixler's interview with Sidespin Media and Entertainment critic, David_Hume
Not sure what he's going for on this album, but I admire the openness and honesty, even if I don't quite understand the significance of some of the lines in some songs.