This sketch from RocketJump starts out as a pastiche of 1990s commercials for kids—you know, the ones that had fisheye lenses, a ton of electric guitar, and ATTITUDE—but things take a turn for the disgusting about 47 seconds in. You've been warned.
This happened on some sort of Lithuanian talent show, and I very nearly broke out into a cold sweat while watching it.
In tonight's Blue-White scrimmage as Team USA preps for the FIBA World Cup, Paul George broke his lower right leg. Be warned, the image is gruesome.
I mean, look, some people are just always going to associate the shore with boozing. It's not their fault everyone else isn't partying as hard as they are.
The Braves really fucked up, you guys. During yesterday's home opener against the Mets, they set off a fireworks display way, way too close to the American flag. You are not supposed to put flames that close to the American flag, Braves!
Les Grobstein, overnight host for 670 The Score, is a sort-of legend in Chicago, not just for his encyclopedic knowledge of area sports but for being, basically, the real life Oscar Madison. (See this great old Ben Joravsky piece, which among other things details how Grobstein got the infamous Lee Elia rant on tape,…