Wolfrum’s Morning: My Humps

June 1, 2011 by  

Happy Hump Day.


War Crimes: Ratko Mladic arrives at the Hague to face justice. War crimes. How novel.

Syria: The killing of a 13-year-old boy has things taking a turn for the worse for President Bashar al-Assad.

Googled: Things aren’t so good for Google’s Eric Schmidt, either, but compared to Mladic and al-Assad, it’s relative.


Blue Jersey: Chris Christie commands a state helicopter to see his son’s baseball game.

Political Wire: Six Republicans facing recall elections as Wisconsin political fallout continues.

The Daily Beast: Why Birtherism will never die.


“”News Beards” – Journalists such as Brett Baier or Shep Smith who trade in credentials and act as cover for Fox News RW agenda”


Throwdown in Miami: Lebron James says dunk you very much in the Heat Game 1 victory over the Mavericks.

Lebron Jabbering: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Isiah Thomas disagree with Scottie Pippen that Lebron James can be as good or better than Michael Jordan. Which one of those guys played with Jordan for years, anyway?

Sarah and Donald: When Sarah Palin meets Donald Trump, a reality show will surely follow.


Pronounced with an Umpty.



4 Responses to “Wolfrum’s Morning: My Humps”

  1. Michael on June 1st, 2011 5:54 am

    I miss Digital Underground. If that guy hadn’t lost his mind, they could have done a lot more. Kinda like God Lives Underwater–if the lead singer hadn’t died, they could have made a lot more than four albums.

  2. hugh.c.mcbride on June 1st, 2011 9:06 am

    While I don’t think Lebron has achieved Jordanesque status, I have the sneaking suspicion that MJ is definitely at risk for becoming a Reagan-like mythical figure for Players (& Fans) of a Certain Age.

    * Jordan once went an entire season w/out ever missing a shot!
    * Jordan’s sweat could heal cuts and mend sprained ankles!
    * For three months during the ’93 season, the Bulls only played with four players at a time, & went 18-3
    * Jordan once played for both teams at the same time during a scrimmage, scored 83 points for each team, & both teams won!

    Also, this series lookin’ to be a quick one. I’ve really enjoyed watching the Mavs during this postseason, but if last night is any indication, Heat in 5 might be an optimistic outcome for the Dallas squad.

  3. dgun on June 2nd, 2011 5:18 am

    The difference between Jordan and most every other player is will power.

    It takes more than talent and skill and knowledge. The other ingredient is related to personality and is more rare than all the others.

  4. hugh.c.mcbride on June 2nd, 2011 9:29 am


    Definitely agree w/ you re: MJ’s will to win. As he demonstrated during his Hall of Fame induction speech a few years ago, that desire to be the absolute best has not diminished much over time. I don’t think there’s anyone in the game to day who has anything close to his combination of talent & passion — there’s surely no one in South Beach who fits this description.

    I also agree that MJ was easily the best player to take the court during my lifetime.

    But I just cringe anytime anyone makes the transition from great to mythic — as we’ve seen with Reagan, I think we do anyone a disservice when we stop seeing them as human & begin viewing them as archetypes.

    That said, you give me the chance to put the ball in anyone’s hand for a final shot w/ the game on the line, MJ is my first pick — and there’s no 2nd choice.

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