Monthly Archives: January 2018

Laughing Squid Video Archive Digitization Project

Just about half way through the 48 hours of HI8 video I shot related to @burningman 1996. A post shared by Scott Beale (@scottbeale) on Jan 30, 2018 at 12:35pm PST Way back in the early days of Laughing Squid, before I launched this blog, I used to shoot a lot of video, documenting events… Read More »

Report | Chiefs trade Alex Smith to Redskins

The Washington Redskins look to have made a preemptive strike in a transaction that could reshape the NFL offseason, pulling the trigger on a trade for Kansas City Chiefs starting quarterback Alex Smith, Terez Paylor of the Kansas City Star reports. It’s unknown what the Chiefs will receive for trading Smith, who has now been… Read More »

Report | Kevin Love out several weeks with broken hand

It has been a bad few weeks for Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love, but he quite literally just added injury to insult. Love exited the Cavaliers’ game on Tuesday night against the Detroit Pistons in the first quarter after injuring his left hand, and X-rays revealed what they had feared: Love broke his hand. According… Read More »

Paul George is having fun with Kelly Oubre

Perhaps Paul George was a little bored on one particular possession during tonight’s Oklahoma City Thunder–Washington Wizards matchup. Or maybe he had an issue with this particular defender. Nevertheless, the Thunder wing did not seem to take Kelly Oubre‘s perimeter defense too seriously here, dancing and taunting the Wizard assigned to guard him. Paul George… Read More »

Clemson beats North Carolina for 1st time this decade

Clemson‘s futility against North Carolina in Chapel Hill, N.C., is well-documented, with the Tigers having never beaten the Tar Heels on their home floor. But the South Carolina-based program has struggled against the national power in its home arena for a while as well. On Tuesday night, however, the No. 20 Tigers snapped that skid… Read More »

No 23 Florida upset by Georgia on the road

The Florida Gators suffered yet another upset loss on Tuesday night, falling on the road to the Georgia Bulldogs by a score of 72-60. The No. 23-ranked Gators fall to 15-7 overall and 6-3 in the SEC, while Georgia moves to 13-8 overall and 4-5 in conference play. Florida managed to shoot just 36.1 percent… Read More »