People in New York love to complain about their cockroaches and rats and bedbugs, but deep in the heart of Texas, residents are faced with decidedly larger kinds of pests. Feral hogs have spread far and wide, and Texas has decided enough is enough.
Many people eat bacon but few regularly peruse the news for news about hogs. Until now.
After purchasing a pig for $7,000 on Saturday at a Florida county fair, Mets outfielder Yoenis Cespedes reportedly sent it to the butcher. Makes sense.
The Challenge with Fred Roggin is a Southern California post-game institution—something like a localized George Michael’s Sports Machine on ketamine and offering prizes to viewers—so here’s co-host Petros Papadakis celebrating the end of the season with a pig. I can’t really explain this, and it gets weirder:
A Hawaii man has a pig that enjoys surfing, and somehow it isn't a plot for a children's movie (yet).
Adjectives offered by Deadspin staff to describe the pig's balls: Large, weighty, absurd, massive, ponderous, colossal, tumescent, tumorous, pendulous, prodigious, balls heavy with hot pig bloatum. A.J.'s mostly concerned with the eggplant-sized poop. We all wonder if the pig might be sick, and we are concerned.
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I could be wrong about this, but I think hunters would be less likely to thoughtlessly pump bullets into animals if they knew they had names. For instance, that giant pig that the 11-year-old killed? Would it have been so easy to pull the trigger (9 times) if the enormous animal had been wearing a nametag that read,…
Shooting a giant wild hog: Is it sport, or murder? We figured that it would only be a matter of hours before our young hog hunter, Jamison Stone, began receiving hate mail. We just didn't know the letters would be so entertaining.