A 2010 Winner of The BC Writer of the Day Award, Sean Schiraldi a.k.a. Professor Plume, also seen as profplume, profplum, Plumm, and other subtle variations, is a 36-year-old from The Bronx, NY, residing in Mount Vernon. Plume is a Hip Hop traditionalist and a bitter independent artist who loves to give his often unpopular opinion on everything, although he tries to concentrate on important news, like sports and entertainment, and disregard the other trash.
He is currently working to overcome a serious addiction to Reality Television, which almost took hold of him last Fall. He claims he can never give up such an easy thing to mock, but adds that he will never let it get back to the 15 hour a day habit it was during Celebrity Rehab, the season with Dennis Rodman and Tom "dopesick" Seizmore.
The Professor is also a faithful student of the sarcastic arts.
He believes in himself, the 52 players in that locker room believe in him, and so do I. So far, there's no reason not to.
Facebook, the premier site for socializing on the web, needs a place where you could let your hair down.
Mark Sanchez's Hard Knocks shenanigans came to a screeching halt against the Ravens on MNF, as his performance left nobody laughing.
It only takes one person willing to lie to bring charges against an innocent victim, along with a typhoon of chaos.
The holdout of Jets' defensive back and keystone contributor, Darrelle Revis, irritates Plume, who officially has Gang Green winning this year's prize.
LeBron may not be the player that every team wanted this year.
Some fans are simply missing the idea behind winning and losing.
Most record executives continue to miss a golden opportunity, and it will be interesting to see who emerges as the new music industry leader.
File sharing is the best thing to happen to musicians and music fans, since the first record was sold.
With 11 championships, it's probably time to stop dismissing them just because he had great players.