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It’s a great, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to forge new bonds with our neighbour to the north Originally posted on The Spec dot com With the host city now revealed for the 2013 Tiger-Cat season comes an opportunity to embrace the opportunity to get to know our neighbours to the north a whole lot better. For Hamiltonians, … Continue reading
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How early impressions, made a lasting impression for one little girl. Saturday was my eldest’s second visit to Ivor Wynne Stadium. Browsing through some old images of her last trip to Ivor Wynne, going by her uncanny resemblance to our two year old (or vice versa), I realized it had already been two years since … Continue reading
The folowing, is a link to my latest article as published on ‘Raise the Hammer’ in response to the dilemna surrounding the proposed new Hamilton stadium site. There are some great comments following my story from many others who are dissapointed that our beloved stadium wasn’t even considered in this whole 2015 Pan Am Games process. Below, is … Continue reading
This story is broken down into two parts. Part I ‘The Road to Perfection’, takes place literally on the road to Boston. Part II Giving up on Perfection’, can be summed up by this quote from my story: “Regret is not the result of failure. It is a consequence of giving up. You will look back forever on what if, but you will one day find comfort in the defeat of giving it your all.”
There was something new in the air in Hamilton this year. Sniff. Sniff. Victory. Sniff. Sniff. Optimism. Sniff. Sniff. Hope. It’s always nice to end the year off with a victory; espcially a championsip celebration, but Sunday’s Eastern Semi-Final in Hamilton, was probably the next best thing. Read my latest blog post on A Beautiful … Continue reading
By Larry Thomas Pattison Jr (Published in the Hamilton Spectator, June 26th, 2003) A couple of weeks ago, we were celebrating the record breaking season of our Hamilton Bulldogs. Last Friday, we were welcoming home ‘our’ boys of summer. It’s opening night. Something I looked forward to every summer. Sunny days, blue skies, looking out … Continue reading