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Glen Davis’ nickname is “Big Baby.” Fitting. The Orlando Magic big man earned one of the most bizarre technical fouls in NBA history after protesting a foul on Richard Jefferson’s alley-oop dunk in San Antonio’s overtime win on Wednesday. Davis pulled his pants down. Just a few seconds into the video, the camera pans away [...] [Read More]
Don’t get me wrong — the UConn women’s basketball team had a hell of a streak from 2008 to 2010, when the Huskies won 90 games in a row. As Jim Calhoun noted at the time, winning that many games in a row in Parcheesi would have been a noteworthy accomplishment. But here’s the thing: […] [Read More]
Indianapolis quarterback Peyton Manning will retire, according to veteran NFL writer Rob Lowe. Wait … Rob Lowe? That Rob Lowe?? Why not?? After all, he LITERALLY is the finest sports writer on the planet. OK, so, he’s not a sports writer. Or a writer. (Except on West Wing). But maybe his great work in Parks [...] [Read More]
A man missing on Mount Rainer was found alive earlier this week, having done everything he could to stay warm in the snow, from running in place to burning the money in his wallet, Seattle’s KOMO News reported. During the two nights he spent in the freezing weather, “he had some fire starters with him [...] [Read More]
A lot of people are full of it. But some are more full than others. Today’s example is Hollywood powerhouse Mark Wahlberg in a chat with the Men’s Journal magazine. [Read More]
When Letterman’s writers do their Top Ten Captain Excuses for Abandoning the Costa Concordia they’ll be hard-pressed to surpass Capt. Francesco Schettino’s own lame explanation. According to The Guardian, the cruise liner captain on Tuesday told a court trying to determine whether he should be charged with manslaughter that he left the ship by accident. [...] [Read More]
Connecticut’s own former senator Chris Dodd spoke out against the SOPA internet protest, Tuesday, telling the Los Angeles Times it was a “dangerous gimmick.” The internet strike involves prominent websites shutting down or altering content to protest a bill they say will facilitate unchecked censorship. Dodd, now Chief Executive for the Motion Picture Association of […] [Read More]