It's Conference Championship week! Only two weeks away from Superbowl Sunday. Time to stock up on Doritos and order the party platter. Fans of the remaining four teams are probably going to bed restless, like a child anticipating Santa. But we still have a couple games to go to decide who's playing in the big … Continue reading Weekly Scrimmage – Conference Championship Edition – January 17th 2015
Oregon Trail Now on the Internet Archive
You may now attempt to ford the river instead of finishing up that report at work. Or find out who dies of dysentery while on your lunch break. The Internet Archive has released nearly 2,400 old school MS-DOS games on its site at the link here Internet Archive MS DOS Games. Let's face it, though. … Continue reading Oregon Trail Now on the Internet Archive
Generally Trivial Ringing in the New Year.
I'm looking forward to 2015. Generally Trivial will be looking to grow. There are some plans for stuff coming up that should be a lot of fun. And that's exciting. Tonight, I'll be celebrating the ending of a good year with good friends. Lots of us in America will be watching the ball drop in … Continue reading Generally Trivial Ringing in the New Year.
Weekly Scrimmage – December 20th 2014
The team is looking for anyone who's played quarterback for an organized team within the last ten years. They're reported to be considering anyone who can throw a football more than twelve yards and pronounce the word Omaha.
Weekly Scrimmage – November 26th 2014
Well. The Oakland Raiders won a game. We kinda have to start there. When a team hasn't won for a full calendar year, it's kind of a big deal. Not only that, they took out a Chiefs team that is not terrible. Supposedly anyway. They do have a signal caller that takes looks downfield about … Continue reading Weekly Scrimmage – November 26th 2014
Weekly Scrimmage – November 19th 2014
The Seahawks go down again. Teams winning the Superbowl have not fared particularly well in the next season. Seattle is threatening to be the fourth straight winner to not even make the playoffs. Whether it's a Superbowl curse, a hangover, or just a tougher schedule there have been many teams to underperform the following year. … Continue reading Weekly Scrimmage – November 19th 2014
Weekly Scrimmage – November 12th 2014
Welcome to week eleven. Where the NFC South threatens to bring up the topic of playoff reform once again. We talked last week about how every team in the AFC North would be winning the division. And then the only team in the South to get a win was the Falcons. And that was likely … Continue reading Weekly Scrimmage – November 12th 2014
Weekly Scrimmage – November 5th 2014
Well here we are, nine weeks into the season. We're starting to see some trends take hold. And we're rethinking things from the beginning of the season. But what we're most often left with is a gluttony of teams in the middle of the pack. We're looking at thirteen teams with either four or five … Continue reading Weekly Scrimmage – November 5th 2014
The Backdoor Cut – October 31st 2014
Good afternoon and thanks for clicking on the first of Generally Trivial's weekly posts. With The Backdoor Cut, the aim is to talk about basketball in way that highlights the important trends of the league as well as taking a look at some of the more fun things going on in the NBA. Basketball is … Continue reading The Backdoor Cut – October 31st 2014
Weekly Scrimmage – October 29th 2014
I stay believing in unicorns. I had Tampa and St Louis both winning last week. My Tampa pick looked like a decent bet but I've yet to be correct while picking them to win this year. St Louis is still a team I believe to be much better than their record. Yet I couldn't pick … Continue reading Weekly Scrimmage – October 29th 2014