Rocket the Eurasier joins our blog as ChabDog of the Month for June 2017….
Let’s give this beautiful dog a big hello, and wish him a cool month, despite all that hair.
Bingo checked him out and gives his sniff of approval!
Say hello to our latest and greatest ChabDog of the Month, the stylish Bandit, who comes
to us from ChabDog reader Ralph Casale. We’re not exactly sure about his genetic code,
but Bandit’s colors and overall appearance harken back to a easy-on-the-eyes combo of
Petey from the Little Rascals/Our Gang and the Budweiser dalmatian. Thank you Bandit,
for gracing ChabDog Sports Blog with your good looks.
Say hello to these three lovable and well trained best friends of men and women … we’re proud to name Nate, Nellie and Buddy as ChabDogs of the Month for April 2017 (pictured in that order above).
They couldn’t be more well-trained, and Bingo thanks their expert caretaker, Michelle Graves, for getting a sample of their much sought after doggie treats.
On the Sunday, February 26 edition of ChabDog Sports Talk (pt. 2):
— Marc admits to everyone that he’s an obsessed Frankophile;
— Question for the panel: Will Boston be the next City of Champions?;
— Lots of background noise from the Patriot peanut gallery;
— Frank holds Marc in contempt … of court and with regard to literally everything else, including the cantankerous cabbie’s dismissal of the Mets, who he insists will be quite alright (except for their useless athletic trainer);
— After a few pregnant pauses, we consider a halfway house solution, involving 45 minute splits for our feuding guests;
— There’s no substitute for the Red Sox outfield;
— Accounting for Dan Marino’s exodus from major TV broadcasts … clearing the air after Savattere;
— Why Deion don’t do stretching … he’s like a Cheetah, who doesn’t need to…
— Celebrating Steely Dan and the 1979 Super Bowl Champion Steelers (we’ve got rowdy Curt Gowdy clips);
— We recall the 1986 Super Bowl debacle for New England, but do give mention to their squishing of the fish in the AFC Championship;
— Marc tells us what the NHL and women share;
— 1-800-cars for kids wins as the most annoying, can’t get it outta my brain sports talk radio commercial, beating out Optima Tax Relief;
— Expert tips on how to defend, not just tend, a bar;
— The best part of hockey — dropping the gloves;
— Bruin darlings Terry O’Reilly and Cam Neely;
— Brodeur vs. Roy bragging rights;
— What it takes to be a really good sport … just ask the queen in History of the World Pt. 1’s outdoor chess scene;
— getting afflicted with more Pedroia paranoia;
–Marc admits he reads Frank’s rag, and then we draw attention (for whatever reason) to Anna Benson;
— More intense wrangling between The Clerk vs The Boston Piece of Work;
— Attend a very exclusive party with the Three Stooges;
— Celtic ringleaders are exposed;
— Analyzing the degree of difficulty in the various NE Super Bowl wins;
— the merits of Dandy Dan Marino are subject to intense scrutiny;
— hear why the Gonzaga saga isn’t continuing past 2-3 rounds in NCAA;
–great weather back East for throwing snowballs at the joggers;
— hear a classic rant from the red scourge of Bloomington –“You will not @#$@# put me in that position again!” and hear about why he got fired from Indy (“Hey, Knight”);
— We remember fondly Ivan Kovalev and George The Animal Steele;
— Marc’s pleased as punch to now be riding in the front seat of a Crown Vic;
— Frank brings us back to the last time his life was in imminent danger; and
— the subject of lesbian conversion is raised by our esteemed panel, and transitory memories from the Hangover 1 and 2.
— Eric the Well-read continues his Saddam Hussein imitation by calling in from yet another remote location;
— Frank Fleming fills us in on the highlights of the NBA All-Star Game Slam Dunk contest; sounded like lots different people jumping over people/things and the use of remote control drones;
— The flat world according to Kyrie Irving sounds a lot less logical than John Irving’s World According to Garp;
— Celebrating how Kristaps snapped up the Skills Competition;
— Isaiah Thomas lives in Boston, and the Celtics are set up to be competitive for years to come;
— Why the NBA needs to vet out the Nets;
— Everything you wanted to know, but were afraid to ask, about making it through sperm training school;
— Eric envisions Magic’s return to the Lakers in graphic detail;
— As seen by Woody Allen, a view inside the central command center for dinner dates;
— Marc Caruso sniffs out Frank and extracts more than a pound of flesh;
— Dan Quinn’s Kevin Bacon assurances that “All is well” apparently did not have the desired effect;
— Why the Falcons’ collapse was way worse than the Bill Buckner debacle;
— Who did NE make a deal with? Peyton or Satan?;
— The greatness of Tom Brady is, according to most of our panel, beyond dispute … except of course if you live in a submarine in New Jersey;
— We consider the virtues of dabbling with throwing the Curling rocks into the house totally stoned;
— Debating the prospects for the Red Sox in 2017; and more…
ChabDog treasures lunches at The Grindz in Hermosa Beach, what with Taco Tuesdays on tap. I had two lovely ones today, each a mere $2.50, and the taste explosion that ensued was almost too much for words.
You can’t go wrong with either the chicken, steak or, in my opinion, the star attraction, the savory, juicy pork. All tacos come with a delightful smattering of onions and salsa, and why not add a little sriracha, as well.
Add some refreshing, smooth mac salad to the mix, and you’ve got an amazing midday meal for a great price.
RUMOR … THE GERMAN SHEPHERD
On this week’s ChabDog Sports Talk:
— Frank throws in the towel and foretells NE’s excessive use of a Blount instrument;
— ChabDog smelled a rat when Legy left Pittsburgh for greener pastures;
— Stan Ber sees the NFL as a collection of mostly ugly ducklings;
— Why there is no morning after pill for having your eggs fertilized by the dreaded Marty Mornhinweg;
— Carl Spackler has the key for Atlanta’s plan to get to Brady … “his weight displacement goes back,… and he never comes throw”… “cannonball”;
— Why it meant a lot when Edelman said to Pittsburgh’s DBs “Just because you said that, you’re not”;
— Why Patriot receivers are always so open… even on third down;
— Scenes from Donald Trump practicing at the Judge Smails Winter Rules Academy;
— Well-read discloses that the Aaron Hernandez murder weapon was found under Matty Ice’s pillow;
— Ben reminds us that two years ago, Carson was the best he’ll ever be; this year, Carson was just Carson;
— Pittsburgh books a trip its general practitioner for a much needed Tomlinectomy;
— Non-disclosing Steelers now must watch as Roger spins the NFL’s “wheel of punishment”;
— Paula Petrotta of Teamtennis.com hits plenty of aces with her assessment of the Australian Open action, and proves that “nice people hate the Patriots”;
— Marc promises to play tennis on grass a lot, once he gets his Weed racquet … until then, he’ll stick to ping pong;
— Harkening back to more Serena-less times, with a classic Mac umpire attack (“Answer my question, the question, jerk!”).
On the Sunday, January 15 edition of ChabDog Sports Talk:
— Eric the Well-read tells us how he gets well-stocked for Sunday football with a continuous stream of vitamin water and vodka, and apologizes for being with us only in fits and … spurts the week before;
— the Patriots (or is it the DNC?) wreak havoc with Frank Fleming’s AT&T phone line;
— Why when it comes to big busts, Houston’s Brock has it all over Erin Brock;
— What’s really under the Trump mask;
— Understanding that the world doesn’t revolve around the Golden Globes;
— We treat listeners to the tantalizing banter of the one and only Hank Stram, and how one matriculates the ball down the field;
— Learning how droll Chuck Noll exercised total control;
— Recalling the last KC victory in the playoffs, when NBC’s on air menu included the Juice;
— For the most part, our distinguished panel calls it for Pittsburgh and the Pack (sorry Marc);
— What it’s like to be a Goodell dumbbell;
— Marc reveals his marriage to the White Widow, and how he became “the most annoying man in the world”;
— the elusive wanderings of diminutive Dion Lewis;
— disputing the relative merits of DeShaun Watson;
— Why Big Ben has a little Paul Pierce in him, and the truth about the Truth’s stabbing incident;
— Launching the careers of “Jackhammer” and Limp Noodle in Simi Valley;
— Tales from Feech’s card game;
— Why the two bathtubs in the Cialis commerrcial;
— and more
Let’s all give Bingo Chabner a hand … no perhaps a hand-out … for the always hungry dog’s second appearance as ChabDog of the Month,… this time for January 2017. Bingo is pictured engaging in one of his favorite activities, … perched on a chair, reflecting on a recent feeding and craving more. How can such a little dog have such a big tongue. Our little bear/rabbit spends his day plotting his next food conquest, like Tom Brady sizes up a defense for TDs, and is an expert in his profession. Hats off to Bingo ChabDog of the Month Chabner.
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