. . . who I’m going to vote for in the GOP Primary for governor, and while I won’t say who it is I will explain how I came to my decision. Read more

As I’m sure anyone who walks into my apartment can tell you based on my two stuffed dressers and one overflowing closet, I love clothes. Read more

That would be me, and yes, I am taking up Adam’s challenge to defend Time Warner’s $80 million payment to Robert D. Marcus as compensation for his guiding to completion the sale of the company to Comcast for $45 billion. To state the obvious, Mr. Marcus’s commission was 0.17 percent of the sale price, which would be the equivalent of a real estate agent selling my $200,000 house for $34. If you can find a real estate agent who will sell my house for $34, I’m signing on the dotted line. And if you can find someone who will sell my company for $45 billion and charge me just $80 million, … Read more

Robert D. Marcus became chief executive of Time Warner Cable at the start of the year. Less than two months later, he agreed to sell the company to its largest rival, Comcast, for $45 billion. Read more

Look, I never have or ever will consider myself a Bracketologist of any kind. In fact, I usually don’t even fill these out for fun because I don’t want my decisions to influence who I am rooting for. Read more

OK, let’s be honest: I’m not really going to track how Nebraska or Creighton does this week in the opening round on the NCAA tournament. I’ll find out, I’m sure, because I’m in a small minority in that camp, but as fun as basektball can be, I’m just not that into it. Read more

Unlike my co-workers, who like to see trees destroyed for no reason, my bracket is online. I’ve used the ESPN Tourney Challenge to keep up with college friends for years. Read more

Here’s my Final Four: Kansas – Iowa State – Michigan – Creighton (yes, Creighton) Read more

Despite my lack of knowledge in all things “the sports,” I love filling out a March Madness bracket each year. Read more

Karl had brothers, and so is forever barred from asserting he had no opportunity to bequeath the world a legacy of humor and rapid word-play instead of a mirror-image version of the dialectic, with its conflict-ridden thesis, antithesis and synthesis. Read more

While all the hoopla in the area focused on Doug McDermott’s climb on the college scoring list, my attention has been locked in on another scoring climb. Read more