Jan 27, 2011
Composite bats are banned in Little League baseball, high school
baseball, college baseball, and major league baseball. That
pretty much leaves softball, and the writing may be on the wall
In this show, I discuss the history of softball bats, and then I take a look at a recently-published study that...
Jan 24, 2011
Until the 1950s, most radio science fiction stories were aimed
at children. Shows like Superman, Buck Rogers and Flash
Gordon were regular afternoon fare for the kids.
But science fiction magazines for adults were going strong in the early 1950’s. Titles like Fantasy and Science Fiction, Astounding Science...
Jan 20, 2011
Do you have friends who question your sanity because you are a
Do you wish you had a snappy comeback when they heap scorn upon your beloved hobby?
This show gives you some good answers for those idiot friends of yours.
The second edition of my Metal Detecting Manual is out now. Buy your copy...
Jan 18, 2011
When popular comedian Red Skelton was drafted, the bandleader of
his radio show was offered a chance to create a replacement show.
And thus was born The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet.
The bandleader, of course, was Ozzie Nelson, and the band's vocalist was his wife Harriet, who had sung professionally...
Jan 13, 2011
The only New Year's Resolution I ever kept earned me over $30,000. You can hear the story here.
Most resolutions are impossible to honor for very long.
In this show, I give you some tips on making resolutions that you can keep, and that just may make you a better softball player. (Or earn you a lot of money.)