Many of you have now seen A Star Is Born, last year’s Academy Award-winning re-remake starring Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga. Many of you are also familiar with the New York Knickerbockers, an NBA franchise that hasn’t won any awards
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Oh, to be the proud child of the football fan below. Mommy, how was your trip to New Orleans and why do you have handcuff marks around your wrists?
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I haven’t addressed Jason Collins’ recent announcement of his homosexuality, mainly because Mr. Collins’ sexual proclivities aren’t any of my business.
The Heat homer strikes again.
Golf is a great game. It’s also a tremendously frustrating one. Golf can take the coolest, calmest guy in the lot and turn him into a bumbling, raving, profanity-laced lunatic.
I don’t know who these guys at NOC are, nor do I know what NOC stands for, but after watching a few of their videos, consider me a new subscriber.
1991 was a simpler time in America.
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Vince Carter once dunked over Frederic Weis in international play. Weis stood seven feet tall and Carter cleared him. To this day, that is Weis’ claim to fame and commonly considered one of the greatest dunks of all time.