All Shock, No Awe: 7-Eleven's Doritos Loaded, Reviewed

Are you repulsed by the idea of eating prepared food from a convenience-store chain most notable for a sludgy cold-sugar drink with the word "slurp" in the name? Are you fundamentally opposed to having your lunch heated in a machine also used to reinvigorate yesterweek's Go-Go Taquitos? Are you not magnetically… » 7/08/14 3:45pm 7/08/14 3:45pm

Taco Bell's Quesarito: A Fast-Food Love Affair Gone Awry

Hybrid foods are hit or miss. When they're honest attempts to expand the human dining experience by combining the virtues of two or more complementary yet previously segregated items, the results can be extraordinary. Pizza bagels, peanut butter cups, and Jell-O shots are classic examples of disparate foods joining… » 6/19/14 1:36pm 6/19/14 1:36pm

ESPN's Website To Celebrate Hank Aaron With Night Of Cosplay

Forty years ago today, Hank Aaron hit the 715th home run of his career, surpassing Babe Ruth's mark of 714 and setting the all-time career home run record. Even with Barry Bonds having long since surpassed the record, this is one of the great moments in American sports history, more than worth marking out with special… » 4/08/14 1:21pm 4/08/14 1:21pm

The Brewers Are Selling Awful Novelty Shirts

It's hard to put into words the feelings this Carlos Gomez collage stirs. Mostly, I feel shame, embarrassment, and a little anger. And sadness. Shame, embarrassment, anger, and sadness. We can probably include confusion, too. Shame, embarrassment, anger, sadness, and confusion. I feel these things for Carlos Gomez.… » 3/21/14 5:19pm 3/21/14 5:19pm

Nicolas Anelka May Have Celebrated Goal With A Nazi Salute

After Anelka scored this goal for West Bromwich, he took his left hand to his right bicep in a gesture that is called "La Quenelle," named after the word for "an elongated creamed fish dumpling." Apparently, an "anti-establishment" comedian in France named Dieudonné M'Bala M'Bala invented the gesture, which is… » 12/28/13 12:45pm 12/28/13 12:45pm

Golf Course's 9/11 Discount Promotion Goes Real Bad, Real Fast

Wednesday is the 12th anniversary of the day terrorists crashed two planes into the World Trade Center, another into the Pentagon and yet another was downed in a field in Pennsylvania. All told, close to 3,000 people died. Nine holes for just $9.11! 18 for $19.11, which barely makes sense, but it's got 9/11 in it!… » 9/09/13 10:43pm 9/09/13 10:43pm

Fan Who Attacks Professional Wrestler Gets Slammed, Destroyed

This gem of a video comes from Cape Town, Africa, where Ananzi fought Shane Koen in a WWP pro wrestling match on July 4. Koen, a Cape Town local, is an old and beloved wrestler, so the fans were pulling for him. One apparently wanted Koen to win so badly that he decided to take it upon himself to climb up Ananzi's… » 7/06/13 12:55pm 7/06/13 12:55pm

Did A Virginia Tech Player Pretend To Shoot A Machine Gun At A Rutgers…

Above, freshman cornerback Donaldven Manning (wearing #30)—who was nearly kicked off the team as recently as November after racking up two misdemeanors and three minor traffic charges since arriving in Blacksburg last January—shit-talking Rutgers during the Russell Athletic Bowl by, it looks like, miming machine gun… » 12/29/12 12:45pm 12/29/12 12:45pm

A Week After Court Filings Revealed Candace Williams's Claim That…

One week to the day. On Dec. 7, The Baltimore Sun obtained court documents filed by Candace Williams alleging that Terrell Suggs had "punched her in the neck and drove a car containing their two children at a 'high rate of speed' while she was being dragged alongside"; on Dec. 14—yesterday, three days after Williams… » 12/15/12 3:45pm 12/15/12 3:45pm

Girls High School Basketball Coach Probably Shouldn't Be Allowed…

Chicago's SouthTown Star has the story of Bryan Craig, once the coach of Rich Central High School's varsity basketball team, now unemployed. Craig resigned after the board at the high school where he worked found out that he wrote and self-published a book called It's Her Fault (!), which featured chapters on… » 9/01/12 3:55pm 9/01/12 3:55pm