No doubt in my mind Nolan Arenado and Trevor Storey have talked about Trev coming to St. Louis as a free agent. The Cardinals need a shortstop. This will come down in price, as the team has other holes to fill.
David, Beaver Dam, Ky.
kizu: Not to be a shameless name-dropper, but as my friend Tom Green (handsome dude at 9News) recently suggested, the Cardinals may have an extra $50 million under the mattress to lure Story to St. Huh. Hmm, wonder where the cards mysteriously came with that $50 million…
I would feel more comfortable about avalanche target if we still have Philipp Grubauer.
Daniel, the defensive minded
kizuKickin It HQ employees might feel more comfortable if the AVS talked less about winning championships until they learned to win more than one playoff series.
Nuggets forward Michael Porter Jr. is a self-centered, soft player who doesn’t want a COVID-19 vaccine. I am 93 years old and I am on with two doses of the vaccine, and am planning to have a booster shot. I do it for myself, for my family and for the society as a whole.
big jar, good neighbor
kizu: Well, some young players who take great pleasure in shooting have not yet learned the joy of helping teammates. Thanks for being a generous teammate, Big Jer.
Where did you get your doctorate, Kies? MPJ has had China flu twice, Einstein. He doesn’t need a shot. Who gives you the right to play God… or to be a communist czar? This is America. No one has the right to be told what to put in their body. If I have a right to judge what’s going on in your body, I might just put away my hockey stick…
SP, Freedom Fighter
kizu: So I collect you like hockey? May I suggest that you spend less time watching Tucker Carlson on television and more time watching Nathan McKinnon? Oh, is that so! he is right. You probably can’t watch Avs on your TV. Sorry to bring up another sad topic.
Brainstorm maybe, Kiz.
kizu: Decades later, when the gray sand on my head didn’t bear any fruit, I discovered that it was possible for hair to grow inside my ears. So maybe there is hope for me, after all.
And today’s parting shot is a humbly acknowledged accolade by one of the worst students in the history of the University of Missouri’s journalism program.
As a recently retired professor who has had to read more scholarly works and student essays than I could calculate, I wanted to draw attention to the extraordinary writings of Mark Kiszla. Most people spend their time commenting on his strong but always well-founded opinion. I wanted to remind everyone what a great writer he is. A good example of Mark’s amusing prose: “The Broncos are 3-0*.” He then explained the reasons for the asterisk, with expected linebacker Von Miller kicking off Lamar Jackson’s “asterisk”—all in the first few sentences of his column. It is one of the many examples of Mr. Kiszla’s craft, for which, among other things, he should be celebrated.