This Is The Angriest America Has Been At Referees Since The 2006 Super …

What would motivate you to Google "referee?" Nothing good (unless you're counting sexy bedroom role-play costumes, in which case, uh, nothing good). The above Google Trends graph (updated last night) shows the relative frequency of "referee" searches in the United States since 2004. The term tends to spike with… » 9/25/12 9:25am 9/25/12 9:25am

Should You Eat Your Marijuana During A Police Stop? A Guide

Detroit Lions running back Mikel Leshoure is being arraigned today in Berrien County, Mich., court on a marijuana charge. As with many low-stakes weed busts, the details are whimsical: » 4/02/12 6:54pm 4/02/12 6:54pm

Tripping Basketballs: Hoopsters Are Alive And Well At The Ultra Music…

While we declared the end to the Hoopster trend a year and a half ago, the Hoopsters show no signs of quitting—certainly not at this past weekend's Ultra music fest in Miami. For the uninitiated, Ultra is the social event for college kids who love Ecstasy and sort of like electronic music. Here are some highlights… » 3/28/12 2:05pm 3/28/12 2:05pm

If Being A Rhodes Scholar Is Cool, Then Everyone Wants To Be Bill…

Myron Rolle postponed entering the NFL Draft to debate philosophy in Oxford pubs, and suddenly, two other high-profile college athletes — namely, Alabama's Greg McElroy and UConn's Maya Moore — are considering applying for Rhodes Scholarships next year. Trend alert! » 12/24/09 11:45am 12/24/09 11:45am

A Weary Nation Turns to Cornholing for Leisurely Recreation

Occasionally a sport comes along that truly defines its era. Fittingly, as Barack Obama prepares to invade the South with an army of homosexuals who will sodomize every Republican's children and pets, cornholing is suddenly all the rage. » 9/12/09 1:23pm 9/12/09 1:23pm