Part of the Schwind building fell on the old Dayton Daily News building Saturday. The implosion did not claim my old office, so the historical marker that chronicles the day pro wrestling star John Cena put me in a sleeper hold survives. Cena was on a promotional tour, warming up for a show at the Nutter Center. I took it easy on him.
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Knucklehead of the Week
Colts owner Jim Irsay insists that ticket prices for NFL preseason games are fair and regular-season games are under-priced. Huh? Preseason tickets — with the same face value as regular-season seats — are the biggest ripoff in sports. Irsay is just jealous because tickets for the Oct. 20 Colts-Broncos game in Indy are going for $1,500 on the secondary market. That’s more than the cost of one season ticket on the 20-yard line.