Comedian Martin Mull Sings I’m Gonna Hate Myself In The Morning If I Have To Love Myself Tonight

DOG ASIDE: Comedian singer songwriter Martin Mull live in concert sings another of his uniquely written comedic songs….I’m Gonna Hate Myself in the Morning If I Have To Love Myself Tonight…. which is as usual with Mull…..a really good laugh….as the crowd provides the tap dancing for this song. It will make you feel good…

The NFL Dallas Cowboys Real Cowboy In The Story of Walt Garrison

DOG ASIDE: From 1966 to 1974….Dallas Cowboy Fullback Walt Garrison rode herd over the NFL….as the real cowboy on the Dallas Cowboys….cuz he was a cowboy many times over before he was ever one in Dallas….since he had been a collegiate star running back for the Oklahoma State Cowboys.¬†As “real cowboy”….he spent time on the…

NFL’s Willie The Wisp In The Story Of Chicago Bears RB Willie Galimore

DOG ASIDE: Sportscaster Bob Costas brings us an inside look at Chicago Bears RB Willie “The Wisp” Galimore….whose # 28 was retired by the Bears organization. The Wisp left his mark on the NFL from 1957 to 1963….in a career spent with DA BEARS. Galimore was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in…

Comedian Red Skelton Stand Up Routine Plus The Wonderful World of Mime

DOG ASIDE: Comedian Red Skelton was an entertainer of the highest order….stand up comedian, mime, unforgettable characters, clown….making people laugh all over the world from 1937 to 1971 on radio and on television….for this lovable man never used a curse word and never belittled anyone….in all of his years of making America laugh. Bone Daddy…

Sportscaster Roy Firestone Host Tribute To Red Auerbach At Boston Gardens

DOG ASIDE: Basketball is the sport that Bone Daddy was the best at….he still loves the game and is a die-hard San Antonio Spurs fan…..but as a young budding Sportsphile while balling on the playgrounds of Midland, Texas….he was a Boston Celtics fan to the max…loving Cousy, Heinsohm, Nelson, Sanders, Russell et al….but his favorite…

1986 Boxing 10 Round Heavyweight Bout With Gentleman Gerry Cooney VS Eddie Gregg

DOG ASIDE:

During the 1980’s there were some really talented pretenders to the Heavyweight Title….and Gentleman Gerry Cooney was one of those. He had a devastating right hand….and could take a punch pretty darn well. He fought the best at the time….Ken Norton, Larry Holmes, Mike Tyson….but he never could quite make a champion’s level.

1979 Heavyweight Champion Elimination Bout With Gerrie Coetzee VS Leon Spinks

DOG ASIDE: HUMANS have the incredible ability to complicate so many things…..which is usually driven by money….and the world of professional boxing had become very convoluted and complicated with three major governing bodies….WBC, WBA and IBC…..so, in 1979 the powers that be of boxing came up with a solution to all the confusion….have a heavyweight…