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There’s no putting a price on that

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There’s no putting a price on that



Have you ever tried grilled asparagus?

Yes, it’s the best way to prepare it in my opinion.

Seattle and New Orleans use the audio systems to augment crowd volume, while to the best of my knowledge Kansas City has yet to succumb to such inflation. If a stadium of human beings can create a noise that influences the game, I guess I’m OK with that.

I mean, listen, we’re talking about grammar – not capital letters, not spelling, not punctuation…we talking about GRAMMAR. Not a game. Not, not…Not the game that I go out there and die for and write about every game like it’s my last. We’re talking about grammar, man. I mean, how silly is that?… And we talking about GRAMMAR…

Or syntax or usage, as others have pointed out, to be technically correct. Or something along those lines. But by and large, nicely done.

Dan from Chippewa Falls, WI

Doesn’t JK’s speaking mannerisms remind you of a young Anthony Michael Hall? There is something very likable about him. Maybe you guys could start a Packers “Breakfast Club” segment with him. If Rock is the athlete and Mike is the lunch-stealing criminal, does that make Wes the princess or the basket case?

Now we’ve really gone off the rails.

Regarding the senior nominees for the Pro Football Hall of Fame, when does that list come out? I would love to see Bobby Dillon get some serious consideration. After hearing about his passing away last month, I did some more reading about him. He really was a remarkable player and still holds the all-time interceptions record for the Packers, all the while only having one working eye. Any senior nominee players you would especially like to see get in?

Dillon, Sharpe and Verne Lewellen are all worthy of consideration, but I can’t speak to how big a backlog the senior committee has in terms of players it deems contenders.

William from Palmdale, CA

Mike, not a question, but a huge thanks! Friday was special for my “owner” son and I in that you published his question: e.g. Kegan from deployed, re: the HOF question. Not only was this a true joy as a proud dad, but it brought tears as he is away in harm’s way serving with the Navy in a war zone on a war ship. Thanks for making our day and for the exemplary way in which you and Wes handle yourselves serving Packer Nation. If either one of us make it to Lambeau, we would be honored to meet you.

The honor would be mine. Please stay in touch if that indeed happens.

Why hate ties? It is the ultimate tiebreaker at the end of the season. My suggestion for the regular season is to eliminate OT altogether and allow a tie. What’s the harm? I was at the MLB All-Star Game in Milwaukee that ended in a tie. I remember some drunk fan complaining, “I paid to see someone win!” My thought was, “No, you paid to watch the game. Your expectation was that someone would win. There was no guarantee. You got what you paid for, but not what you expected.”

First, I believe I prefaced my original comment by saying the tie/loss scenario would never happen, so despite my intrigue, we can let it go. Second, I covered that MLB All-Star Game and my assignment was to write a story on the game’s MVP. Then they didn’t pick one. One of the strangest stories I’ve ever had to write, on deadline no less.

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