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Ryan Lochte is home and safe from his now swimmingly, infamous excursions in Rio de Janeiro. Sure he lost half his endorsers (worth about a million or so in change) for lying about his buddies taking a gas station men’s Continue reading And you thought Ryan Lochte had a bad week…
“Nobody’s ever made it their first jump.” “I know, but what if he does.” – Tank and Mouse discussing Neo and the jump program in The Matrix “Les jeux sont faits. Translation: the game is up.” – Jeffrey Jones as Continue reading Midnight Meat Train derailed: A tale of fantasy, heartbreak and a season lost by a single point
Textbooks in hand, I walked nervously into my advisor’s office, some million moons ago. He wasn’t so much my advisor as much as he was the designated advisor for about 30,000 other students a year who chose to study liberal Continue reading SportsChump’s NFL Picks Against the World – Week Five
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“Peeeeeeyton!” “Johnnnnnny!!! Or should I say… boss?” The two Hall of Fame quarterbacks embraced then sat down to dinner to finalize their plot to rid Denver of a quarterback who had become inexplicably more popular than them.
Honeymoons are fun. At least I imagine they are; I’ve never been hitched. The flowers haven’t wilted, piles of wedding presents remain unwrapped and the romance is alive and kicking.
Now that the 2011-12 NFL season is behind us, we can finally discuss things that really matter. Like Peyton Manning.