During yesterday’s preseason game between the San Diego Chargers and Minnesota Vikings, Fox announcers Kevin Burkhardt and John Lynch decided to shill on behalf of the people trying to steal $350 million from taxpayers so that they can build a new football stadium in San Diego.
Gerber’s suspension multi-plier features 12 tools in one package, meaning you’re spending less than $2 per function today.
It’s probably time to accept that the name of the Las Vegas expansion NHL team will not be good. It will be boring, which at least is not actively bad, and then, within a few decades (if the team is still there), it will have the power of inertia behind it and you won’t even think about it anymore. Don’t get your…
Almost every character in The Night Of, the eight-episode limited crime series that wrapped up on HBO last night, acted like a big idiot at one point or another.
The baby-faced assassins of Barcelona’s youth team won an international U12 tournament this weekend, beating the tots of Japanese club Omiya Ardija in the final. The Omiya Ardija kids were absolutely destroyed by the loss, which led to this adorable moment of sportsmanship as the winners tried to comfort the losers.
In separate interviews last week with the four players alleged to have been PED users in an Al Jazeera investigation, the NFL reportedly brought no new evidence or witnesses to the table. And that may have been the point.
Huma Abedin announced this morning that she is separating from her husband Anthony Weiner, a little over 12 hours after the New York Post revealed that the former congressman and New York mayoral candidate has been engaged in a year and a half-long texting relationship with an anonymous woman that frequently veered…
On the first day of fall classes on August 24 at the University of Texas, Austin, students were scrambling to catch florid plastic dildos flying over their heads, eager to display them on the outside of their backpacks. Outrageous? Embarrassing? Absurd? That’s the point. More than a thousand protesters— students and…
Jaime García gave up two two-out home runs and the Cardinals lost 7-4 to the A’s on Sunday to finish interleague play a dismal 8-12.
A key part of the majesty of sports is watching the human body confront unique problems and, within the confines of the sport’s rules and the constraints of what is physically possible, solve them on the fly with a feat of athletic genius. This is what makes Columbine high schooler Dylan Prichett-Ettner flipping,…
The fall of the Roman Empire is one of the central events in human history, and chances are good that at some point in your education, you were forced to sit through a godawful lecture or two filled with weird-ass names—seriously, Gundobad? Stilicho?—and dates that you forgot as soon as the test was over.
The Jacksonville Jaguars defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 26-21 in a preseason game last night. Let’s see how Jags quarterback Blake Bortles felt about the win:
If you still haven’t outfitted your kitchen with a KitchenAid, you can get a brand new Professional 6 quart model for just $259, today only as part of Amazon’s Gold Box. We occasionally see KitchenAids cheaper, but those are usually refurbished and/or smaller and less powerful models.
Maybe this is weird to say, but I don’t think any player in baseball is as visually captivating as Bryce Harper. The home runs and helmet-ditching sprints from home to second—all produced by that loopy, torquing swing of his—are an easy sell, but there’s also just something about the way Harper looks.
As much as we hate our elected officials, we also seem strangely reluctant to ask very much of them, lest someone some day ask something extraordinary of us. We need to get over that.
Are you still buying the annual iterations of a series that peaked a decade ago, shelling out 60 bucks for nothing but updated rosters and the privilege of continuing to be beaten by racist 14-year-olds in online head-to-head play? Happy glitch hunting.