Do Haeng Michael Kitchen

Writer. Attorney. Detroit City FC Til I Die.

May 13, 2018 NPSL Game One Skyline High School, Ann Arbor MI AFC Ann Arbor 1, Detroit City FC 0 Attendance: ? Record: 0-0-1 AFCAA Martieon Watson 90′ We opened the 2018 NPSL season against that team in Ann Arbor.  It was an off-and-on rainy Sunday afternoon.   The match had a sense of a …

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May 9, 2018 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Keyworth Stadium, Hamtramck, MI Detroit City FC 1 (5) v Michigan Bucks 1 (4) Attendance: 3,416 DCFC Shawn Lawson 58′ Bucks Alfonso Pineirho Neto 85′ (PK) PK GOALS Detroit City FC – 5 (Brad Centala, Omar Sinclair, Stephen Carroll, Elliot Bently, Roddy Green) Michigan Bucks – 4 …

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Yes.  Life got in the way, preventing me from participating in Joe Van Cleave’s Typing Assignments #12, 13, and 14.  Finding myself with some time this Sunday afternoon, I planted my butt in the chair, before my 1926 Royal 10 typewriter, and wrote this in response to Typing Assignment #15: Ten Years Later. Previous Typing …

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June 27, 2017 Keyworth Stadium, Hamtramck, MI NPSL Regular Season Match Detroit City FC 2, FC Indiana Lions 0 Attendance: 4,354 DCFC Elijah Rice (Roddy Green) 22′ DCFC  Spencer Glass (Elijah Rice) 50′ Indeed we do.  Prior to this speech, while in Fowling Warehouse, I met a young couple from Portland, Oregon.  They were Portland …

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Joe Van Cleave’s eleventh typing assignment is a one-page Halloween story. “(W)e’ll be writing on the subject of Halloween. It could be from any angle: history, personal accounts, fiction, even anti-Halloween. Whatever.” Anti-Halloween sounded interesting, but I thought it best not to put a downer on those who enjoy this holiday.  Instead, I looked to …

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Joe Van Cleave’s blog has set Typing Assignment #10 as a one-page free-form.  “Participants can write a one-pager on whatever they want.” My initial thought was to kill two birds with one stone and write my Halloween story for the writers group I’m in.  However, the story filled more than a single page. For this …

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