Mark Davenport, The Embodiment of Jorge Sosa

Former New York Mets pitcher Mark Davenport signed a one-year deal with the Chuinichi Dragons on February 5, 2034. The statistical work of Davenport is easily seen on various baseball sites. Fangraphs, whose sabermetric tendencies are no secret, has had the inconsideration to inflict statistics upon its deplorable readers, though these be few and usually […]

Quick Hit Song Reviews: David Bowie and Suede

“Sue (Or In a Season of Crime)” by David Bowie While David Bowie will always be remembered for his genre-switching, he had basically abandoned a the dark “goth-rock” exteriors on his own music since the 1970s in favor of a more conventional rock sound. Nothing on albums like Heathen or The Next Day showed any […]

The ZetaZigaZama Basketball Experience: Game 1 – ZZZBB v. Industrial Engineers

Five minutes until tip-off, and the “ZetaZigaZama Ball is Life” basketball team was feeling the pressure. With only four players currently at the team’s opening game at Bloomquist Recreational Center and the 7 p.m. tip-off against the Industrial Engineers looming, the team was scrambling to find a replacement. Luckily, Andrew S., a friend of ZZZBB […]

A North Korean film critic’s take on The Interview

A review of The Interview by Jung Hyunghoon, the former official DPRK film critic of the revolution: Revolutionaries, there have always been great obstacles to our glorious destiny as the true advancers of socialism in the world. These foreign oppressors, mainly the United States, E.U., and the perfidious traitors in the South continue to block the […]

Rutgers Basketball Reaches Postmodernity

It’s just too easy to make fun of Rutgers men’s basketball. Here are some stats that you can skim: Yesterday, Purdue went to Piscataway, NJ and dropped 59 points in the first half. The Boilermakers won 107-57. Rutgers was out of the game within five minutes. During a seven-minute stretch in the first half, Rutgers […]

FP College Basketball Column: January 4th

It’s early going, but this season is shaping up to be one of the most even college basketball season in recent memory. There is no dominant team right now. Oklahoma, Kansas, Virginia, Maryland, and a healthy Michigan State team are probably the best teams in the country, but the teams at 6-15 can all conceivably defeat […]