Here Are Some Angry Letters People Sent To The FCC After M.I.A. Flipped Off The Super Bowl

Maybe this doesn't need to be said, but normal people don't complain to the FCC. It's not that they don't get offended: it's just that it takes a hell of a lot more to offend them than the sort of thing that actually makes it on television. Like M.I.A. slipping a middle finger past NBC censors. Not the end of the…

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Boston Glee Party: Brandon Spikes Is Joking Around With Fans Just Five Days After Losing The Super Bowl

Just another example of professional athletes not knowing the proper way to act after a loss, as established by Rodney Harrison. Perhaps Spikes should be spending a little more time thinking about what more he could have done to help his team on Super Bowl Sunday, and a little less time "grinch smiling." [Twitter]