Author Archives: Bill MK

About Bill MK

A writer, an avid consumer of soccer, music, media, books and games, a poorly self-taught handy man, a nom de plume.

Outside on an early autumn evening

Sitting outside, a cool early autumn evening. None of the stars will peek their heads out from behind the city-illuminated clouds. A blinking light is all that can be seen of a plane making a late night landing at the … Continue reading

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Habits, a reminder app for the Pebble smartwatch

I struggle with managing everything in my life sometimes. I find myself lost in own thoughts often, and forget to do important daily jobs and activities that either I need to do for my job or I want to do … Continue reading

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Rainer Maria – Artificial Light

Simply one of my favorite songs from the late 90’s/early 00’s midwest emo scene. The driving, shimmering guitars and the lyrics still resonate 15 years ago. 

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A New Start

Hey, for those who still are following this blog, this blog is now my non-soccer thoughts blog. Hoping to get something up once a day/week/whenever. We’ll see how it goes. 

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I’ll be writing for The Loon Call from now on

As some of you might have noticed, the Loon Call will be where I’ll be writing about Minnesota United FC from now on.  The Relegated will be put on hiatus for now.  So come on over and join the community!

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Loon Rating Results for Carolina Home (7/17)

Co-Players of the Match Congrats to Hildebrandt and Mendes for being chosen by the fans as the co-players of the match.  Hildebrandt for his cleansheet, and Mendes for the goal that decided the game. Justin Davis had a great game until the red card.  The … Continue reading

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Tactical Analysis: Carolina Home (7/21)

Sometimes a team wins 3-0 and the team looked out of sorts, then can win 1-0 and look dominating for most of the game.  Minnesota again came out in a 4-2-3-1, their favored formation for much of the Spring Season. … Continue reading

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