Monthly Archives: September 2009

A Crisp Blacksburg Breeze


Today reminded me of one of the many reasons I love Blacksburg.  It was one of those days where it truly felt like Autumn.  There was a crisp feeling in the mountain air and a cool breeze blowing up every … Continue reading

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An Oft Overlooked Issue


Today the Roanoke Times reported that Tuesday night Roanoke County Board of Supervisors … unanimously directed County Attorney Paul Mahoney to “commence appropriate legal action against Clearbrook Rescue Squad Inc. to secure an accounting of its financing, distribution of its … Continue reading

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Summer Wine List


This summer as many of you know I had the awesome opportunity to work at Bon Vivant Market with owner Mike Adams.  Bon Vivant has two locations (Smithfield and Suffolk, VA) both are quaint little shops that offer a great … Continue reading

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Stinespring’s Offensive UNcoordination


After this past Saturday’s game against Nebraska it would be hard to argue that Bryan Stinespring is not singly handedly the reason Virginia Tech football has failed to reach true national prominence. His utter inability to design a mixed attack … Continue reading

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Jeremy has a blog?


True.  It seems everyone knows I have an opinion on just about everything.  My goal is to try and share some of that with yall in hopes of stimulating conversation, experiences, and just plain ole fun.  The topics will vary… … Continue reading

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