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The iPhone Hardliner

Written by Rudy on September 27, 2011 - 7:44 am -

This Rudy Report is best enjoyed on your smartphone with a glass of beer right next to you at the Oktoberfest in Munich, today on "National Crush a Can Day." Everybody wants to have the new iPhone, creating a huge hype. Over time, some people have become hardcore fans. For some, purchasing the phone can be a life-changing decision, like for this young lady right here...


Peyton Manning will not play at all during this season due to a neck injury. Major League Baseball officials are planning to add two more wild card games, determined in one-game playoffs to the postseason. The New Jersey Nets will be renamed the Brooklyn Nets (not sure which name is worse). By the way, the Yankees lost against Tampa Bay, while the Mets lost against Cincinnati. Boston also lost, which means that they are now tied with the Rays in the wild-card race. There was also Monday Night Football, featuring two teams that will not make it to the Super Bowl: The Cowboys and the Redskins. So who cares who won?

The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Jon Garland, Francesco Totti, Steve Kerr, and Indian cricket right arm fast medium bowler Lakshmipathy Balaji. On this day in 1930, Bobby Jones won the US Amateur Championship to complete the Grand Slam of Golf (at the time: US Open, British Open, US Amateur, British Amateur). Have a great day, check out some of the most recent Dear Rudy contributions, and learn something curious about Canadian money in the Random Fact section!

Full Force - Major League Baseball has filed a court petition, asking a judge to force Frank McCourt to sell the franchise to a stable buyer as soon as possible. Read here.

Member Friendly - The members of Spanish soccer club FC Barcelona have approved a crucial, multimillion dollar sponsorship deal with the Qatar Foundation. Read here.

Quiet Takeover - Charles Johnson has quietly become the largest shareholder in MLB franchise and current World Series champs San Francisco Giants. Read here.

Leaving To Help - The owner of the New Jersey Devils is planning to give up his stake in the team to help improve the franchise's financial situation. Read here.

Staying Out Of Trouble

Written by Rudy on September 26, 2011 - 8:11 am -

With the election year coming up, Democrats, Republicans, and the Tea Party have all urged Rudy to run for President, but why would Rudy want to move into a smaller house that is currently occupied by low income minorities, today on "National Pancake Day"? It would take months to renovate... Anyways, when you learn a foreign language, it's important that you use words in complete sentences. That's the only way for you to learn the meanings of words. Otherwise, you could be in trouble...


Sebastian Vettel only needs one more point to capture another Formula One championship after his win in Singapore on Sunday. In the NFL, the Giants clearly beat the Eagles, while the Jets had their first loss against the Oakland Raiders. Buffalo had an impressive victory against the New England Patriots. In the Premier League, ManCity, Arsenal, Tottenham, Chelsea, and Liverpool won their respective games, while Manchester United had a disappointing 1-1 draw versus Stoke City. And, in baseball this weekend, the Yankees crushed Boston on Saturday, then they destroyed Boston on Sunday afternoon, and then they obliterated the Red Sox again Sunday night... probably, but who was still watching after the 13th inning anyways? The Mets lost against the Phillies.

The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Daniel Sedin, Henrik Sedin, Serena Williams (Note: Equal Opportunity Birthday Shout-Out), Michael Ballack, and Estonian basketball legend Martin Müürsepp. On this day in 1981, Nolan Ryan set an MLB record by throwing his 5th no-hitter. Have a great week, there are some new Dear Rudys, and learn something about eggplant that you did not know for sure in the Random Fact section!

Good To Go - The US court has approved the bankruptcy procedure for the Dallas Stars, paving the way for Tom Gaglardi to take over the franchise. Read here.

Financial Powerhouse - Premier League club Manchester United has broken the GBP 100 million mark in profits for the first time. Read here.

Fateful Offering - As the court case continues, documents reveal that the New York Mets once offered a minority stake in the team to Bernie Madoff. Read here.

Mysterious Man - A man whose background is virtually unknown is creating a cloud of mystery surrounding his bid for the St. Louis Blues. Read here.

Unintended Exercise

Written by Rudy on September 23, 2011 - 7:56 am -

As you know, Steve Jobs resigned as CEO of Apple after he had no more source of inspiration for his creativity, while the Rudy Report was on its annual summer break, but that's really not our problem, today on "National Beach Clean-Up Day." We all have busy lives (except for the French who have 322 vacation days per year), and so it's sometimes tough to find enough time to go and exercise. So what can you do? Well, try to use real life situations to get your work out in...


The Rudy Report is making the obvious, but correct prediction that the New York Yankees will win the World Series, beating the Philadelphia Phillies 4-2 in the final series. By the way, the Yankees decided to mentally take the night off, losing big against Tamp Bay, while the Mets finally beat St. Louis. Other than that, everybody is waiting for the football weekend.

The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Joba Chamberlain, Matt Hardy, Paolo Rossi, Marty Schottenheimer, and South Korean badminton legend Kim Dong-moon. On this day in 2002, the first public version of web browser Mozilla Firefox was released. Have a great day, check out the new Dear Rudy about timeliness, and find out a rather interesting reason for divorce in the Random Fact section!

Rejected - The St. Louis Blues have apparently rejected a takeover offer of $167 million, which they think is at least $20 million too low. Read here.

Coming To A Halt - Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone has said that News Corp.'s offer to buy the racing organization has not been followed up by the company. Read here.

New Old Group - A familiar group that has been on the radar before has once again started efforts to make a bid for the Phoenix Coyotes. Read here.

Art Edition

Written by Rudy on September 22, 2011 - 11:41 am -

In case you haven't noticed, Kardashian weddings always take place during Rudy Report summer breaks, because these little make-up hobbits are afraid they may not get any attention while Rudy is active, which is true, today on "National Elephant Appreciation Day." Art is a beautiful thing. It makes us appreciate immaterial things in life, such as $100 million Picassos. Contrary to popular belief, everyone can be an artist. All you need to do is follow some simple guidelines...


New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez tops the Forbes list of most overpaid football players. And, in baseball, the Yankees beat Tampa Bay again, and Mariano Rivera got another save, but who's counting anymore? Of course, the Mets lost against St. Louis.

The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Harry Kewell (kewl name), Ethan Moreau, Emmanuel Petit, Mike Richter, David Stern, Tommy Lasorda, and Maltese snooker legend Tony Drago. On this day in 1499, Switzerland became an independent state. Have a great day, there is a brand-new Dear Rudy about restaurants, and find out which composer had a coffee issue in the Random Fact section!

Raising Funds - The Green Bay Packers would like to sell more shares in the franchise soon in an effort to raise money. Read here.

Closer To Home - Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur has moved a step closer to renovating their current stadium White Hart Lane. Read here.

New Structure - The National Hockey League is debating whether to realign its divisions due to the addition of the Winnipeg Jets. Read here.

Fashion Week Review

Written by Rudy on September 21, 2011 - 9:49 am -

This Rudy Report has been upgraded to a Category 5 Sports & Lifestyle report, so hold on tight before you get blown away by all these news, today on "World Gratitude Day." As you know, Fashion Week in New York ended last week. The Rudy Report was there to spot the newest trends for you. Remember: Color is in! Wear your red, orange, purple, and this one blue color, but I can't think of the name. But, most importantly, make sure you accessorize...


The Philadelphia Eagles may be able to field Michael Vick against the Giants on Sunday. Kobe Bryant will function as a bank during the NBA lockout: He has offered to lend money to players who may need it. And, in baseball, the Yankees beat Tampa Bay, while the Mets continued their little "Our Results Don't Matter Anymore" Tour in St. Louis.

The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Jon Kitna, Jimmy Clausen, Cecil Fielder, Bruce Arena, and Dutch racing legend Arie Luyendyk. On this day in 1937, J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Hobbit" was published. Have a great day, there is no new Dear Rudy at the moment, but learn something stunning about roulette that you didn't know for sure in the Random Fact section!

From Mets To Yankees - An investor who wanted to buy a stake in the Mets earlier this year has taken a minority stake in the New York Yankees. Read here.

Good Deal - Italian soccer league Serie A is on track to generate revenues of more than 1 billion Euros per season, making it one of the highest-grossing leagues. Read here.

Better Deal - The deal to sell the Dallas Stars seemed to be all done, but another bidder is currently considering a higher bid. Read here.

Solid Turnover - Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone is expecting stable revenues for the racing organization, despite race cancellations. Read here.

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