— Clarence from RHM (@redheadedmule) January 25, 2018
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The Hawks have officially unveiled the logo so beloved that fans references a video game that didn’t exist at the time it was introduced. To be fair, the classic Hawks logo is ridiculously abstract and with the TV graphics at the time, it was probably hard to notice the bird in the innerspace. Continue reading “Atlanta Hawks Bring Back the “Pac””
This new comedy pilot transposes the plot of Major League within a half hour but lacks it wit. Star Natalie Zea isn’t the evil wench trying to move her team, but the widow seeking to save her Los Angeles Rebels. She rejects a $700 million offer that would move the Rebels to San Antonio just to show the sexist men (Owners? League officials?) who’s the boss. However, it’s her assistant-turned-general manager who does the dirty work of handling the rowdy roster. Continue reading “[REVIEW] Amazon Pilot The Rebels”
Let’s commiserate, Atlanta sports fans. Yet another major Atlanta-based blunder with the Braves squandering the magical goodwill from Chipper Jones’ final year. Don’t let those spiteful sportswriters get you down!
Yes, this listy list contains mostly stuff from the 1990s and after. I’m not compiling every run-of-the-mill fail an Atlanta-area sports team achieves.
For more sports hijinks, visit the partial inspiration for this article, Junior D Sports.
Looking for copper-topped athletes of the 2012 Games? Searching through the thousands of Olympians takes time. You can expedite my search by contributing to the upcoming comic Anatomy of War. Continue reading “Olympic Redheads & Running Mules of the Day”
This is great! A profile about twins! Identical twins from Sweden! What an opportunity to fall on my lap… Continue reading “Redheads (Sedin twins) & “Mule” of the Day”
Here comes an animated matchup from the 1990s to your monitor today!
Let’s compare two non-legends of animated hockey: Wildwing Flashblade, the leader of the group in the 1996 cartoon The Mighty Ducks. In the other corner, an unlikely representation of legend Wayne Gretzky.
Both can commiserate at how they were part of short-lived TV shows. These are how two masters of the ice measure up: Continue reading “Wildwing vs. Gretzky: Tale of the Toon Tape”
RHM salutes Redhead of the Day Mike Commodore. Commodore, the burly six-foot-four journeyman, shown hockey fans through the years what hockey’s all about: the quick pace of the game, experiencing the glory of winning the Stanley Cup, the elegance of moving along the ice…
The 2012 Playoffs are heating up. (My Hawks are once again pretenders. *sniff*) By the end of May we may have basketball history: both Los Angeles teams face each other for the NBA Western Conference. How does the purple-and-gold Lake Show fare against the Lob Party, RHM style? Let’s have a look: Continue reading “Lakers vs. Clippers – All-Time Showdown”
I’m an owner of an imaginary pop culture all-star squad. A fantasy of a different sort. Lots of baseball movies tend to make some of their main characters pitchers and sluggers. However, infield positions are difficult roster spots to fill. I took cursory research plus relying on memory to know exactly who would play where in the infield. Feel free to debate these: