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Ray Rice after the Baltimore Ravens won the Super Bowl in 2013. (Credit: Michael Woyton)
Maryann Campling March 31, 2014 at 06:46 pm
She's crazier than he is....they deserve each other. They'll find her dead some day.
Mel Sharples April 1, 2014 at 07:56 am
Oh, come now. Wait a few months. The Ravens - a corporation largely dependent on the survival andRead More acquittal of Ray Rice - will commission an "independent" investigation to find out what really happened. And the final report will show, shockingly, that Ray did nothing wrong. That he was somehow the victim or that there were circumstances beyond his control. And if that sham worked for Christie, why won't it work for Ray?
EaglesFan856 April 6, 2014 at 12:16 pm
Its crazy Eagles get such a bag rep for cutting Jackson but not one cares about the Ravens keepingRead More this guy!
lovesmancos March 6, 2014 at 01:10 pm
Sounds a LOT like the run that the '64 state championship team had in the post season. That wasRead More exactly 50 years ago, and I haven't spotted where that achievement should have been given the remembrance it should be given, especially in light of the recent passing of Bill Hayes, the rebound record setting forward on that amazingly talented team. I hope I have just missed it, and that something WAS done to honor it that did not get the press coverage I was hoping for. I'm sure that many of my class and schoolmates from that era still remember this achievement with great fondness! It had a singular impact on a number of our lives and goals that year. So I send REcongratulations to the '63-'64 team, who won the second state championship under legendary Dixie Howell, for whom the new gymnasium is rightfully named. God bless y'all!!
lovesmancos March 6, 2014 at 01:18 pm
I should mention (as I am sure Tom Williams will) the other members of that starting five: LeftyRead More John Cranston who could bomb from distance, red headed center Easy Ed McClain, who would go on to play catcher for the CAL championship baseball team next, and classmates Barry Banks and Randy Fox, the backcourt duo who became masters of the steal and fast break. Do I remember it like it was yesterday?? OH, YEAH!! We were even more fortunate to only have to go to the old AC Convention Hall for that outstanding event. We were pumped!
Football fans make their way to trains in Secaucus prior to the Super Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)
SuzieN February 3, 2014 at 04:52 pm
Actually, it was the fault of the NFL that resulted in the long wait at the train station. ThereRead More were ridiculous rules and restrictions on parking.
Sean Conneamhe February 3, 2014 at 09:19 pm
"Impeach Christie..."
paul smith February 5, 2014 at 05:22 pm
While the NFl has some culpability, and most of the rail tickets were bought on gameday, NJT blewRead More it. No buses until an hour after the game? Ridiculous. You have Lombardi and No Bergen park and rides where buses could have been stacked as a contingency. There was no contingency. Didnt NJT imagine some folks may leave early?
S_O_G February 2, 2014 at 06:11 pm
It is fine. My only complaint is that they took my double decker trains for the super bowl and IRead More had to be crowded all week in the regular cars. I think NJT runs great most of the time, and not sure where people think they can get a better deal then less than $10/day round trip ($250, probably 125 on pre tax dollars, and 22 work days in a month). Take a car service if you do not like it
Dan Reynolds February 2, 2014 at 07:52 pm
http://deadspin.com/scenes-from-the-super-bowl-transit-nightmare-1514479871/@alissawalker Nope, itsRead More not..
Deantown February 3, 2014 at 06:40 am
Don't know where S_O_G pays his fare, but 1) the roundtrip fare to Manhattan from Summit is $19.50Read More per day; 2) the monthly cost is $273; and 3) Congress effective Jan. 1 lowered the monthly commuter tax benefit to $130 from $245 (while raising the parking benefit to $250 per month from $245).