When considering college sports, a common complaint by fans and coaches about games against “nobody” teams is that “we played down to the level of our opponents.” I’ve noticed that a little bit as well in some of my athletic situations. Let me give a few examples.
I was also considering making the title of this post “Reflection,” after a song of which I finally learnt its name the other day! However, I think that “hearing it on the radio” is a better title of the post, given a few reflections that I will make in this post.
That is a strange combination: have any of my readers ever eaten graham crackers in a sauna? Well, unfortunately this has nothing to do with either the areas of dry or wet heat, or the crackers that can be used as a basis for pie. Rather, it’s basically the consideration of Mondegreens!
I have written several posts about wind in the past, but I figured that it was salient today, not to mention that there were a few things that I wanted to consider in this post. Let’s have a look at “against the wind.”
Well, first, since I have given this title, I guess I should incite the “Too much BOB” crowd:
The word “bracket” is multiply salient in this post, and so I figured that it would be fun to, as has become somewhat customary in my posts, to explore the different denotations and connotations of the word. Let me touch on two different types of brackets.