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Thoughts on Conspiracy Theories


The History Channel recently aired a special about the Kennedy Assassination called “Beyond Conspiracy” that was meant to discredit the many widespread conspiracy theories about President Kennedy’s death. Predictably, it only served to reawaken my interest in these theories.

It’s not that I necessarily believe that Kennedy was killed by the CIA, or the Mafia, or the Russians; I just think that the JFK assassination is a great illustration of how people can look at the same event and see completely opposing things. Continue reading

Which Baseball Movie Would You Want To Actually Happen?

Tim’s pretty sure this whole idea started with an innocuous comment to John during a customary monthly reviewing of Little Big League. It was something along the lines of “You know, now that I’m older, I’m more interested in the media side of sports. That’s the most interesting part about this movie to me. It’d be so much more interesting if this happened than, say, Rookie of the Year.

Debate on.

The question is simple: Which baseball movie would most intrigue you if it were to actually occur? We considered seven movies, leaving off true stories (been there, done that), ones that couldn’t register on a national scale (sorry, The Sandlot), and ones we all haven’t seen (The Natural). Enjoy.

Note: Click on the images to see trailers of each movie.

Note 2: Per the usual, we ranked them, in descending order.

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