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February 15, 2008

A Woman’s Place…

Filed under: Sports — CPav @ 12:12 am
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…is evidently not on the basketball court.

A religious academy in Kansas (a.k.a. the Land that the 20th Century Forgot) refused to allow a woman to referee a boys’ basketball game because, evidently, the Society of St. Pius X, which operates the school, follows older Roman Catholic laws, which say that a woman cannot be in a position of authority over boys. The leader of the sect was excommunicated from the Catholic Church back in the 80s.

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The 300 Project: 10/33


October 31, 2007

Your Vote Needed for High School Football

Filed under: Sports — CPav @ 6:30 pm
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If you have a second, please do Lafayette and Marquette High Schools a favor and click on the below link. This will register a vote to show the Lafayette/Marquette varsity football game on the local CBS channel’s High School Football broadcast.


Vote here

October 5, 2007

Daisies and Tigers and Beavers (oh, my)!

Quick Friday notes:

Pushing Daisies is airing again tonight at 7 p.m. Watch it. If you watched it the last time, watch it again.

Point made?

For those of you who live in the St. Louis area and are Mizzou Tigers fans (or, I guess, Husker fans), the Mizzou/Nebraska game tomorrow night is being shown in digital at Wehrenberg’s Ronnie’s 18 (or 93 or however many screens they have now). It’s on “the big screen”, but I’m guessing that just means the screen’s bigger than your tv. Tickets will be available starting at 8 p.m. tonight, and are free. Check out this link for more details.

And I neglected to wish you a Happy Beaver Day yesterday. No, Mr. Dirty Mind, we here at PCMmS do not use that particular word as a slang term. Yesterday was the 50th anniversary of the first episode of Leave it to Beaver. That could have been one of the shows I listed yesterday as having jumped networks.

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