The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. This blog was viewed about 230,000 times in 2013. If it were an exhibit at … Continue reading 2013 in Review: A Look at ATB’s Stats
This is a re-post of an original Dave article from 2011…with updates! If you’ve known me for any amount of time, you know how much basketball is my favorite sport. Just last week I devoted my space to the … Continue reading Stereotypes in Pickup Basketball
This past weekend I decided to go out to a couple of bars and restaurants to watch some football. It’s an activity that millions of Americans take part in, and it’s a great way to socialize. However, after ordering a … Continue reading Why do we tip in restaurants?
Again, this contains spoilers. Read at your own peril. So far, Breaking Bad’s final season has been a critical and cultural success. Actually saying success would be an understatement. The writers and staff of this fine show have produced one … Continue reading Predictions for the Final Breaking Bad Episodes
Sports games are a strange genre. They are often dismissed by hardcore gamers as something not worth time and effort due to the annual releases and the lack of innovation that comes year over year. Many times their complaints are … Continue reading Review from a Sports Gamer: NCAA Football 2014
Frankly, I didn’t know what to write about this week. So I am going back to my favorite running gimmick: Bullettime The World Series of Poker main event has been on ESPN in the past few weeks, and I am … Continue reading BulletTime #5
Look…this is a prediction article. If you haven’t seen the first half of season 5, don’t be surprised when you read some spoilers below: The wait is finally over for fans of Breaking Bad. This Sunday, the best show on … Continue reading 5 Predictions for Breaking Bad Season 5
Shaun wrote a few days ago how “The Conjuring” would decide whether he saw horror movies anymore. Well with the insistence of my wife and that motivation to see something Shaun hadn’t I went to see “The Conjuring” last weekend. … Continue reading The Conjuring: Review from a Movie Novice
So tomorrow is the Fourth of July! That great holiday where we celebrate our independence by blowing stuff up! I’ve always loved the Fourth of July. Not only because of the festivities that come with it, but because I really … Continue reading The “Am I a Real American?” Quiz
Now that the hooplah of E3 is over, we can all spend the next few months deciding whether the Xbox One and PS4 is better, and which console you have to pre-order to make sure you can buy your desired … Continue reading PS4 and Xbox 1 Launch – Buy or Wait?