Your worst videobomb of the day (and week, and probably year, and maybe ever) are these shitheads who decided it would be funny to pretend to be Daniel Pantaleo killing Eric Garner behind WPIX's Allison Kaden, who was reporting on today's decision.
Less than 24 hours after we reported Wantster had teamed up with America's Worst Charity and America's Worst Person, the cheap Pinterest knock-off is ending its partnership with Kids Wish Network (but affirms it's dedicated to promoting Chris Brown).
Every day, optimistic PR people fill our tips box with mumbo-jumbo about new sports websites, book review offers, and other pitches that usually get auto-tagged as spam and are subsequently binned. Today, though, we received the following—and it's so perfect we can't help but share it with you:
Kids—10- and 11-year-old kids—allegedly getting paid for whatever the Pop Warner equivalent of knockouts and cart-offs are. Yeah. "Kill the head and the body will grow up feeble and addled." The going rate for successfully concussing a tween? Between $20 and $50. Christ, society.
"[Kaiserslautern striker Itay Shechter] was subjected to a verbal racist attack while training with his German league club on Sunday, when a group of between five and 10 fans in a crowd of at least 100 chanted anti-Semitic slogans. They also gave the Nazi salute, which is banned in Germany.
Per Bakersfield Now's report: "I heard a cat cry. It was a weird cry, real loud," neighbor Joe Nuno said. "I smelled cooking. It smelled like some awful meat."
"A Manchester FA official has been suspended after being found guilty of making a vile comment about the Holocaust before a Jewish league match. Phil Morris – a referee appointments secretary – was disciplined by an FA panel after telling a ref who was due to oversee the Jewish league game: 'Tell them to remember the…
"The Streetsboro (Ohio) Police Department announced Monday that a man was arrested for child pornography. David Peters, 66, was indicted on 20 counts of possessing sexually oriented material involving a minor and 20 counts of disseminating sexually oriented material involving a minor. ... He was arrested at his home…
"Olympic swimmer Kenrick Monk has tearfully admitted to inventing a story about being the victim of a deliberate hit-and-run car incident. In a blow to his chances of representing his country again, Monk, 23, revealed he had broken two bones in his elbow while skateboarding on Wednesday. At the time he told media he…
Anna and Earnest Fugate are fans of the type of Cleveland Browns fans who apparently like to fight while "partying" in the muni-lot. You know, that place where ""society devolves to its lowest point each week."
"Twenty seasons after the Redskins won their last Super Bowl, just more than half of area sports fans say they view the team favorably. But more than a third have negative feelings about the hometown football team, according to a new Washington Post poll, and fans hold even stronger negative views about its owner,…
Amy Senser is the wife of former Minnesota Vikings TE Joe Senser. She's also an irresponsible driver/human who faces a felony charge for driving the Mercedes SUV which struck and killed 38-year-old Anousone Phanthavong on Aug. 23.
Wow. Before Serena Williams got done wasting 73 minutes of everybody's time in losing the U.S. Open 6-2, 6-3 today, she made sure to tear into the chair umpire for a whole bunch of things related, and not related, to being issued a court violation for yelling at the opposition. Poor thing.
There's a story in today's Washington Post headlined "Washington Redskins: How Daniel Snyder found his man in Mike Shanahan."
Your morning roundup for Sept. 10, a day when it's apparently illegal for wannabe vampires to bite homeless men outside the neighborhood Hooters. Got any stories or photos for us? Tip your editors.
Writes dumbass John Steigerwald about Michael Vick's $100 million contract, "Here's hoping he blows out his knee on his next snap."
Your morning roundup for Sept. 3, the day that Dragon Con's Comic Book Babes Costume Contest becomes an Elvira-hosted reality in Atlanta. Got any stories or photos for us? Tip your editors.