Rugby union failed us again on Saturday night. As a concept, rugby union is great. When played well, rugby union can excite even the most skeptical, non-partisan viewer. But rugby union is rarely played well. The only time I was truly captivated by a game of rugby union was, of course, in the year 2000. The…Read More C’mon Rugby Union, Have A Go Ya Mug!
In this first instalment of The Public Apology’s absurd series ‘What if Athletes were HBO/Netflix Characters?’, we take a look at the critically acclaimed period drama Mad Men. Read on to see which sporting stars best represent the various traits/flaws of anti-heroes Don Draper, Roger Sterling, Peggy Olson and the like… * * * * * *…Read More What if Athletes were HBO/Netflix Characters?
Every week, The Public Apology founder Dave J. Edwards appears in a guest slot on the popular Sydney FM drive program, The Ian Higgins Show… This week we talk about about Rory McIlroy and his decision to “bury himself in his work” post-break up, a clever strategy which is now bearing fruit in the form…Read More 2 Guys Redux: The Ian Higgins Show featuring TPA’s Dave Edwards
Bobby Sands was a leader from Northern Ireland during a period of great conflict and uncertainty, otherwise known as the Troubles. Robbie Farah is a leader from the Wests Tigers during a period of great conflict and uncertainty, otherwise known as Troubling Times in Tigertown. Many people will think that likening Farah, a rugby league…Read More Robbie Farah is Bobby Sands
Every week, The Public Apology founder Dave J. Edwards appears in a guest slot on the popular Sydney FM drive program, The Ian Higgins Show… This week’s segment looks at the Waratahs’ historic Super 15 win. It’s a great win for corporates and private school products alike, but what does it mean for the future of…Read More 2 Guys Redux: The Ian Higgins Show featuring TPA’s Dave J. Edwards