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Entries from December 2009

Pressbox Tweets — The Sequel, For PingWi-Fi At Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl

December 31st, 2009 · Tags: Cities · Sports

So, when was the last time you saw a football game with back to back kickoff returns for touchdowns, to start the second half of a bowl game? We just did in Fort Worth in the 40-degree Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl. The PingWi-Fi team is scattered around the sidelines and the pressbox … tweeting […]

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Bowl Shockers, Cheerleader Rockers … Strange Day For PingWi-Fi, Indeed

December 31st, 2009 · Tags: Cities · Gadgets · Sports

Yesterday was one of the strangest football days ever. Topping headlines, my alma mater fired Mike Leach — a coach that took Texas Tech University football to #2 in the nation with about one-fifth the talent that most Big 12 schools recruit to their beautiful cities. If there is no secret “smoking gun” in this […]

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Searching For Proof Of Buffalo In Most Equestrian Of Surroundings; Nearing Louisville Finish Line

December 28th, 2009 · Tags: Arts · Cities · Hotels · Restaurant · Wi-Fi

When you travel alone you always think of the joke at restaurants: “Bitter … table for one!” Well … when I scheduled my last meal in Louisville, I had nothing on my mind but “bison — table for one.”

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Merry Christmas From PingWi-Fi Wind Farm

December 24th, 2009 · Tags: Arts · Satire · Wi-Fi

Did we make the annual holiday pilgrimage to The Cadillac Ranch and the PingWi-Fi Wind Farm? … Well duh!  Added bonus — snow was delivered right on schedule last night … er … after the “light display.”  Merry Christmas yo! * No animals were harmed in the making of this video, much.  And please, do […]

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‘Twitter Bowl’ Season Approaches For PingWi-Fi Coverage, Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl Scores Great Speaker

December 17th, 2009 · Tags: Cities · Sports

This just in on the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl, from press release … Double Duty Luncheon Speaker: It is not often that a featured speaker at a meeting, conference and/or event will get to display his skills before a bigger setting, but Retired Sgt. First Class Dana Bowman will be handling those tasks this […]

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Tiger, Sign Your Score Card … As Detractors Come Out Of Woodworks

December 8th, 2009 · Tags: Arts · Cities · Politics · Satire · Sports

Dating back to the time when I first began to interview celebrities, I always stuck with one rule. No autographs. I mean, if you are trying to get a celebrity to interact on a human level during an interview, why would you lower yourself and put them on a pedestal? Pretty much common sense … […]

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Exploring Wi-Fi Frontier In Land Of Daniel Boone

December 3rd, 2009 · Tags: Cities · Coffee Shops · Satire · Wi-Fi

As a child, I was fortunate in that my generation, socially, was given the go ahead for boys to play with dolls. We called them action figures so it was okay to spend quality time on imaginary battlefields with GI Joe and all of his dismembered friends. I was, however, unfortunate in that I realized […]

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