"Team Obama Loses Early Wicket": The Romney-Obama Debate Was Like Every Sport Conceivable, According To Internet

The debate Wednesday could be compared to many things—a slow dance in which the partners are holding potato peelers to each other's throats, perhaps, or a restaurant in which you, the diner, get to watch a prep cook slow-spit on your burger before it's served—but of course everyone immediately turned to sports… »10/04/12 3:30pm10/04/12 3:30pm

Yup, A Giant Truck Full Of Fish Crashed Into A Building Named After Jeffrey Loria

Good writers spend ages searching for the perfect metaphor, the one that makes everything make sense. Agnostics spend their years searching for some sign that a higher power guides the universe. Look no further, heretics (and Marlins beat writers). Everything was revealed today, in the midday sun at Yale University in… »10/01/12 5:55pm10/01/12 5:55pm

Is A Monster Stalking The River Outside London's Olympic Stadium? An Investigation

LONDON—The River Lea winds its way southeast from the industrial town of Luton to London's East End, where it drains into Thames a couple miles upstream of the ingenious tidal barrier that keeps the capital dry. A tame body of water by any account, the Lea disperses toward the end of its course into placid fingers… »8/11/12 2:20pm8/11/12 2:20pm

Of Superbikes And Food Metaphors: FJM's Greatest Hits

A sports blog's success is usually measured by page views or unique visitors — these odd, mysterious numbers that merely serve as advertiser bait, but are woefully inaccurate in revealing overall quality. The true measure of a successful sports blog, like most other creative endeavors done for the right reasons, is… »11/17/08 1:45pm11/17/08 1:45pm