The recent events in my life, combined with a little extra time on my hands and the lack of NFL action, has compelled me to compile a short list of things for us guys that I think we should remember to do at least once a day, in no particular order.
One of the greatest parts of Jeremy Lin’s rise to fame is the terms his name has coined. From “Linsanity” to “Linsane, the list goes on and on. Here is a (nearly) complete list of those terms inspired by Jeremy Lin.
Patrick Suley has had this Living Rules list for over two years now. He believes it’s important to learn from your mistakes and the mistakes of others, and we think it will be worthwhile for you to learn from the knowledge Suley has gained.
Today I stumbled upon a simple story of kindness and customer service that reminded me why I’m such a proud Midwesterner in the first place. It’s not particularly extraordinary; it’s just a simple example of a person doing another person a solid – the Midwest way.
This fascinating video showing uncontacted tribes in Brazil proves that not everyone will be watching the Super Bowl
People across the world, many of whom never watch a regular season football game, tune in for the Super Bowl. But not these folks. Something tells me these uncontacted tribes in Brazil probably could not care less who wins the Lombardi Trophy.
With the Big Game just a few days away, we thought it would be worthwhile to educate you on a few forgotten facts about Texas that make it a unique place but that likely will not get much mention this week.
A reasoned plea to athletes and other public figures: stop your egregious, persistent misuse of the phrase “I am humbled”
So am I humbled by your presence on this website or prideful about your presence? Am I both? Neither? One thing is for sure: don’t look to athletes or public figures for guidance on this one.
AHHHH! F–k! OWWW!!! I think I hit my balls! I’m f–king bleeding! I’m f–king bleeding! I’m bleeding out my f–king balls dude!
Have you ever seen a girl of about 10 or 11 (maybe 12, who knows) take a basketball between her legs in midair and then slam it home? You’re about to.
I don’t know when this was made, but I’ve seen it all over the Internet the last 12 hours. Watch and you’ll know why. An incredible performance of “Bohemian Rhapsody” by The Muppets.
Heard this song for the first time in a while today. Surprisingly, it is much harder to do on Sing Star than you might think. And yes, I have spent many a drunken, cold Indiana night learning that lesson that hard and embarrasing way but doing better than you might assume. (For the record, I […]
Now that we know why Mike Sims-Walker was a late scratch for Week 5, does guy code dictate that we must forgive and forget? Or is anger for MS-W warranted because he forgot about “bros before…”
I just tried this while browsing today’s Hot Clicks. Traina described it as freaky…no kidding! He said he did it three times, and I’m assuming it worked all three times for him, just as it worked when I just did it. Don’t have time to analyze right now, but any thoughts on how this works?
Mexico and Uruguay played a basketball game recently, but a Miami-FIU football game broke out. And by that I mean and all-out brawl in which chairs were used as weapons. See video of the Mexico-Uruguay basketball brawl and take a trip down memory lane with video of the infamous Miami-FIU football fight.