Sound and Fury

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Coughlin Resigns, Right Decision?

  With news of Tom Coughlin and the Giants parting ways, Joe Bianchino and Pierce Brix, both Giants fans, discuss if the right decision was made.  Should the Giants have let Coughlin go?

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Mundane Celebrities

  To help kick off the holiday season, actor Nick Offerman – best known for his role as Ron Swanson on Parks and Recreation – taped a 45 minute video comprised, entirely, of the mustachioed celebrity drinking whisky next to a fire.   The oddly mesmerizing video led the NoTicketSports staff to ask, what celebrity would

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Is Jon Snow Alive? - Sound and Fury

  Months after season five of Game of Thrones ended in Jon Snow’s “death”, and months before season six premiers, the NoTicketSports crew came together to discuss the new teaser poster released by HBO on Monday. HBO reveals #GameofThrones season 6 teaser with a bloody Jon Snow: https://t.co/19IpZosmDj pic.twitter.com/ivSUO9Oha4 — Esquire Magazine (@esquire) November 23,

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Yankees' Sandlot Video - Sound and Fury

  Earlier this week, a few of the Yankees starred in a recreation of a famous scene from the children’s baseball movie, The Sandlot.  And while much of the world responded with praise for the Bronx Bombers, the production struck one Yankee fan the wrong way. Yesterday, he discussed that feeling with other NoTicketSports contributors.

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Star Wars VII Lightsaber, Functional? - Sound and Fury

  After almost a week to digest the new Star Wars VII trailer, Joe Bianchino got together with a few friends to discuss what appears the forthcoming debut of a new hilted lightsaber, and, more specifically, whether or not it’s functional. We pick up the conversation in the middle, just before it gets…away from them a

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Favorite Deadly Virus Movie - Sound and Fury

  Well, it’s here.  Ebola is here.  And soon enough, in all likelihood, we won’t be.  So how does NoTicketSports react? By exploring Hollywood’s vast collection of deadly disease/virus movies and stumping in support of their favorite. Joe Bianchino: Two words, folks.  Out.  Break.  Six more: Hoffman.  Russo.  Spacey.  Freeman.  Cuba.  Sutherland. I know the film