Monthly Archives: January 2014

Cuddly Gaboon Viper?

Sister in Mourning—for the Snake—After Gaboon Viper Kills Its Owner By Ken K. Gourdin Confession: I have a morbid fascination with snakes—especially with those that can easily kill people.  It’s akin to a fascination with train wrecks: although snakes make … Continue reading

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Sloan’s and Malone’s Second Jobs

Jerry Sloan’s and Karl Malone’s Second Jobs1 By Ken K. Gourdin Reason number 1,275,137,500 (and 501) why I love the Utah Jazz.  The story is told of retired Jazz Coach (and current consultant) Jerry Sloan being “out and about” in … Continue reading

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Jackson on Stockton

Jackson on Stockton: If John Stockton Wasn’t a Great Shooter, There’s No Such Thing1  By Ken K. Gourdin  Current Golden State Warriors coach and former NBA point guard Mark Jackson, who spent a year on the Utah Jazz roster with … Continue reading

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Dennis Rodman and Kenneth Bae

Stick to Basketball, Dennis; Leave Diplomacy to the Diplomats: Thoughts on the Rodman-Bae Affair, on Rodman’s Motivations, and on His Intelligence By Ken K. Gourdin One need not read very much of what I have written to know that I’m … Continue reading

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