Author | Simon Habtemariam

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Five Ravens That Have My Full Attention in 2012

July 25, 2012 | Simon Habtemariam

Your 2012 Baltimore Ravens stormed the castle…er…Under Armour Performance Center today. Ravens nation is beginning to emerge from the off season once again. It’s been a long 185 days since the Ravens came within a dropped pass and missed kick from the Super Bowl. Luckily, Baltimoreans have relevant baseball keeping them entertained in late July, […]

Four Call Me Maybe Covers More Entertaining than the MLB All-Star Game

July 15, 2012 | Simon Habtemariam

Good news, the MLB All-Star Game was one of the most viewed sporting events of 2012. The bad news, it lost out to several NFL regular season games, coming in No. 36 It’s bad enough that I found the following much more entertaining… Cookie Monster – Share it Maybe Jimmy Fallon & the Roots Barack […]

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Ravens Pre-Season Break Down

July 15, 2012 | Simon Habtemariam

With the Orioles still winning more games than not, I’m sure many Ravens fans haven’t realized exactly how close we are to training camp. Now that we’re in an offseason without labor strifes or Orioles Tragic, we’re not breaking down the Ravens roster in 100 different ways. But let’s do a quick and simple rundown […]

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Orioles Mid-Season Report Card

July 15, 2012 | Simon Habtemariam

I meant to write this post before the All-Star Break, but part of me wanted to give the Orioles one last chance. There’s no doubt in my mind, the Bird needed this break as badly as most any team in the major leagues. Following a 20-game stretch where the O’s were swept in two series, […]

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PSU Reaction: If I were King…

July 13, 2012 | Simon Habtemariam

Before I say anything, please let me preface this post. I love the Justice System – I don’t think the system always gets it right, but I won’t hang a criminal in the court of public opinion without any sort of substantial evidence presented. That being said, let’s imagine we lived in a world where […]

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