Baseball held me hostage last night, but hockey set me free. Midway through yet another four-hour MLB playoff battle, the otherwise compelling action thinned by stoppages and pre-pitch routines, I felt like I was simply watching out of obligation. There wasn’t any kind of happiness or love. It certainly wasn’t fun.
Yesterday, besuited Nazi Richard Spencer got kicked out of CPAC for his “repugnant” views, which a CPAC spokesman claimed have “nothing to do with conservatism or what we do here.” Shortly prior to this, Spencer called a heckler “a moron who can’t dress.” Can Richard Spencer dress, though? Seems like maybe not?
Wilson makes NFL game balls. Good ol' Wilson. They're headquartered in Chicago. The footballs are made in Ohio. They make tennis stuff and baseball stuff, and they've been around since 1913, doing good ol' Wilson things. Oh, don't mind us, we're just humble Wilson, content with our leather balls-n-laces and tennis…
Co.Design talks to Michael Bierut, the guy responsible for the Big Ten's redesign, who finds himself assailed by the sort of conference alums who'd hate any logo that wasn't Bo Schembechler and Woody Hayes humping each other in a cornfield. [Co.Design]