Sunday, February 28, 2021

INTELLIGENT CONVERSATION

A funny, memorable night in Philadelphia…

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Luke Jones and Nestor discuss coaching staff changes for Harbaugh and Ravens

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss coaching staff changes for Harbaugh and Ravens

Teddy Savage of Planet Fitness discusses posture and movement as pandemic rolls into 2nd year

Our international (but made in Baltimore) fitness guru Teddy Savage of Planet Fitness discusses posture and movement as the pandemic continues and we all work from home on a screen.

Marty Conway and Nestor discuss future of Orioles and stadium situation

Marty Conway and Nestor discuss future of Orioles and stadium situation

Terps color analyst Chris Knoche joins Nestor to discuss big time college hoops realities during pandemic

Terps color analyst Chris Knoche joins Nestor to discuss big time college hoops realities during pandemic

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss magic of Orioles baseball for next 24 months in Baltimore

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss magic of Orioles baseball for next 24 months in Baltimore

I’m just getting my sea legs under me on a Sunday afternoon from a long night of rain, baseball, cheese steaks, hideous Philadelphia sports fans and Miller Lite drinking with the Orioles and 50 awesome orange Kool Aid drinkers at Citizen’s Bank Park. We had a blast!

(And that was before the fireworks from Gregg Zaun and Brian Roberts…)

The video is just about done and I’ll get it up onto wnsTV so you can check out all of the mayhem. It was a funny, funny evening with lots of laughs, twists and turns and an a memorable outcome for the Birds.

I had at least 500 Philadelphians “remind” me that they’re the World Champions, many on video. It was as much fun as I’ve had at a ballgame in a long time.

The video will tell some of the story…

Is that an orange broom in a red ballpark or are you just happy to see me?

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