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Question(s) of a Lifetime – Part Two

Question(s) of a Lifetime – Part Two

Steven Keehner, Impact Staff

March 4, 2018


Filed under Tales of an American Redhead

Life has given us many difficult questions; some, will never be answered. Here are some that can.

Question(s) of a Lifetime – Part One

Question(s) of a Lifetime – Part One

Steven Keehner, Impact Staff

February 18, 2018


Filed under Tales of an American Redhead

Is there a God? What is the meaning of life? Is a hot dog a sandwich? These are all some of the greatest questions humanity has faced; here are some more.

How Fortnite: Battle Royale Has Risen Above All Expectations

How Fortnite: Battle Royale Has Risen Above All Expectations

Steven Keehner, Impact Staff

January 27, 2018


Filed under Tales of an American Redhead

With the gaming industry at a point where micro-transactions have taken over and companies are moving away from the players' voices, Fortnite: Battle Royale continues to be an outlier. So the question that needs to be asked is: how did we get here?

Knicks – Reality Check

Knicks – Reality Check

Chayim Tauber, Sports Editor

November 8, 2012


Filed under Apple Of Knowledge

I hate how much I'm about to sound like Stephen A. Smith. It bothers me. I hate to rain on the parade of happiness, the delusional euphoria that Knicks fans are happily swimming in. To throw this nirvana into a cold shower - for a lifetime Knicks fan who suffered throughout the embarrassment of the Isaiah...

All- Time Baseball Lineup

All- Time Baseball Lineup

Chayim Tauber, Sports Editor

November 7, 2012


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Previously, I posted a top-10 list for the greatest baseball players of all time. Obviously, many qualified candidates were kept off because the list was a mix of pitchers and hitters. A fairer representation of baseball's greatest would be to set an all-time lineup (with backups listed as well) and...

Death of a Yankee Era

Death of a Yankee Era

Chayim Tauber, Sports Editor

October 16, 2012


Filed under Apple Of Knowledge

1996 was the year I first started following  baseball and the New York Yankees religiously. I felt a kinship with another Yankee rookie that year, a 22 year old shortstop named Derek Jeter. Jeter wasn't the expressive warrior that Paul O'Neil was, didn't hit big home runs like Tino Martinez, and...

Rangers Get a Little ‘Cap Room

Rangers Get a Little ‘Cap Room

Chayim Tauber, Sports Editor

April 30, 2012


Filed under Apple Of Knowledge

The Rangers survived a war with Ottawa. They survived the loss of Brian Boyle - to that point their most productive player. They survived despite their top scorers, Callahan, Richards, and Gaborik going AWOL. And now they face their postseason nemesis of recent postseasons past...

NFL Draft Preview

NFL Draft Preview

Chayim Tauber, Sports Editor

April 26, 2012


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Jets and Giants previews at the Apple of Knowledge. Jets: http://appleofknowlege.blogspot.com/#!/2012/04/ny-jets-nfl-draft-preview.html Giants : http://appleofknowlege.blogspot.com/#!/2012/04/ny-giants-2012-draft-preview.html  ...

TEBOW?!

TEBOW?!

Chayim Tauber, Sports Editor

March 25, 2012


Filed under Apple Of Knowledge

The Jets had a well documented locker room issue that ultimately resulted in their demise last season. Ladanian Tomlinson spoke about it openly. It's a fact. They also have a quarterback with a lower self esteem than a teenage girl, which was a contributing factor in their less than dogged pursuit of...

The “New” Knicks Regime

Chayim Tauber, Sports Editor

March 16, 2012


Filed under Apple Of Knowledge

(deathandtaxesmag.com) NY Knicks head coach Mike D'antoni will never again be addressed as such. He resigned on Wednesday ending what had been a tumultuous three and a half season reign as head coach of a team that was in flux for most of his term.The D'antoni era can be identified in sev...

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