Gillette Stadium Is Covered In Snow… Hand Me A Shovel.

Posted by Lou Imbriano

It was December 6, 2003, the day before the infamous Patriots/Dolphins Snow Game. I walked down to the person in charge of snow removal at Gillette Stadium and asked if there was complete confidence that we had the proper plan in place and that we were prepared for the forecasted snow. It was the first major storm that we were to experience in the new building, and the old way of doing things probably was not going to get it done. I was assured that we were prepared for what was to come. I am a big believer in the precept that what got you to where you are today is not enough to get you where

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You Can’t Handle The Truth, Or Can You?

Posted by Lou Imbriano

There’s a great scene in the movie A Few Good Men, where Tom Cruise and Jack Nicholson are going back and forth in a courtroom. In this scene, Cruise is cross-examining Nicholson in a Naval proceeding. It’s a legendary volley that culminates with Nicholson, through clenched teeth, blurting out, “You can’t handle the truth!” Powerful acting, and perhaps an even more powerful reality. This fictional scene actually makes a very true to life point: can we handle the truth? The truth doesn’t appear to be part of the human condition. I am not sure if that is a flaw or a blessing, beca

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Giving Is About The Recipient, Not The Gift.

Posted by Lou Imbriano

The holidays always make me think of my grandparents. There should be no surprise there, I am sure the same is true for many. The thing that stands out for me is how selfless they were for their children and grandchildren. I realize there are many wonderful grandparents making children happy each and every day, but my grandparents had a profound effect on me. They brought the notion of giving of themselves to a whole new level. They epitomized Shel Silverstein’s amazing children’s book, The Giving Tree. The more of themselves they gave to us, the happier they were. My grandparents worke

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