Please consult with the infinite wisdom of Chuck D:
I swear to holy tittyfuck, it's like Manfred's raison d'être is to make The Shield look sane, humane, and competent. Eat shit, you boot licking motherfucker.
In better/Lesser news, our beloved Mighty Whitey survive and advance to face the Bees (nae Moose Hornets)
The opt-out list got a bit larger today, with some notable names:
Patriots: Dont'a Hightower, Patrick Chung, Brandon Bolden, Marcus Cannon, Danny Vitale, and Najee Toran.
Bears: Eddie Goldman
Bills: Star Lotulelei
The Bengals agreed to terms with Joe Burrow today.
It's a fully guaranteed $36 million deal,
So Gratliff on Friday night made the following observation:
Now, I had also been following this because
I too enjoy the pro grapps; and
Their hashtag - #SpeakingOut - was also being used by some groups for other causes, and a student was following it & let me know.
So I thought
At this point, political humor is dead. To quote Penny Arcade: “It’s like trying to make fun of a clown. What, are you going to make fun of his tiny car? His floppy shoes? It just doesn’t work.”
Similarly, we’ve run through all the stand-up specials, animated sitcoms, obscure British 90s
I don't know about you, but the need for outside contact has finally hit a wall. We met a friend in the park for beverages yesterday. I brought a cooler of beers, some plastic cups, chips & salsa in separate containers for four people, cushions & chairs. We settled into
Shockingly, the owners approved the new playoff format.
It's one extra wild-card game per conference.
Using MATH, nfl.com worked out that the move to 14 playoff teams means 43.7 percent of all NFL teams would qualify for the postseason, compared to 33.3 percent in MLB (33.3), 51.6 in
NFL BRADY NOOZ!:
It's the Bucs.
Two years at $30 million per season.
The Chargers lost out because Brady apparently wanted to stay on the east coast for Gisele family reasons.
The Onion, of course, has it all in perspective.
Just after he goes, his center has left for
Senor Weaselo is a freelance musician living in New York City. As you would expect, this means he has had some stories and adventures in his time. These are not all of those stories, and definitely not the more specific ones, due to at least a veil of anonymity and
I bring to you today a question about the social contract in hopes of making a case of my own and perhaps to glean some insight from some of yous who deign to read and consider my thoughts on the matter. This is not about the grand, all-encompassing social contract
Stay strong, friends. The yawning chasm of the Off-Season is upon us, but we're going to make it through this. Together.
We have real Oscar coverage coming, but I figured I would kick things off with my traditional I Ain't Seen Shit preview. Like most of you, I have not seen
The season of NFL football is in the books. The games were good, the better teams won. The cheaters were not rewarded this time.
The super bowl had me cleaning my dog hair-ridden hovel and making pulled pork for an expected group of 10-12, half of whom ended up not coming
We’re rounding into the final straightaway before The Pepsi Hard Rock Casino Super Bowl LIV Presented by Odor-Eaters. It’s a tight one this year (somewhere Kobe Bryant just sat up and started paying attention) as the Chefs are a consensus 1.5 point favorite over Santa Clara. This is one of two sub-2-point