Author Archives: jmrichardson

An open letter to the 2016 World Champion Cleveland Cavaliers and their fans.

My name is James. I’m 36 years old and I live in Canton, Ohio. The first time I saw the Cleveland Cavaliers play in an NBA game was some time around 1988 when they played the Miami Heat during what … Continue reading

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“Ideas” : My latest Idea.

I’m full of ideas. I’m always thinking about the way things work and why. I’m curious and observant and my mind frequently wanders. Even now, I’m often that guy who sounds like a four year old whom is always asking … Continue reading

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A proposal to the NFL to modify their officiating policies

NFL officiating is a joke. It has been a joke for quite some time, but they seem to be getting worse and worse as time goes on. It seems to me that this year alone I have seen more “bad … Continue reading

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National Football Entertainment

            On Sunday, January 19th , 2014, The Seattle Seahawks battled the Defending National Champion San Francisco 49ers in the National Football Conference Championship game. While this was happening, I was in a movie theater watching the Wolf of Wall … Continue reading

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I think I might be racist

Okay, so before you start immediately hating or racking your brain so hard, please hear me out. (and note also that I’m writing this from my mobile device) A couple of months ago, I was helping my sister move. A friend … Continue reading

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Someone stole the “Enter” key!

I just navigated away from the Google homepage in order to start writing this post immediately. Or perhaps I should rephrase that by saying that I was scared away and that my wordpress blog just became my “safe zone”. What brought me here is this:  I was obviously … Continue reading

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My Life’s greatest memories have been memories lost

Inspired by the Memory of Lonnie P. Brady * * Before I begin this post, I’d like to begin with a brief explanation of what I suspect will become my writing approach now and throughout the future: While I understand the … Continue reading

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