Offensive tackle Brennan Williams was drafted in the third round out of UNC in 2013, and spent time in camp and on practice squads with the Texans, Jaguars, and Patriots. After his football career ended he began training under Booker T., and in August of this year signed a developmental deal with WWE. (His father is…
I started working at Gawker.com in April of last year, and ever since, I’ve received a constant barrage of always furious, often antisemitic, and rarely coherent emails to my inbox. Reading these is, truthfully, the single best part of my day.
Pokémon Go may be an agent of the New World Order, but that doesn’t mean the Pokémon themselves don’t like to have a little fun every once in a while. Like these two giant birds, for instance. Look at those ‘mons dance.
Faith Ekakitie, a rising senior defensive lineman at Iowa, was minding his own business—he had taken a walk to a park to play some Pokémon Go, as one does. That’s when he was confronted by Iowa City police with guns drawn.
Pokémon canon appears to ignore the very real issue of carnivory. Is there Pokémon husbandry? Which Pokémon are raised, or hunted, or caught and trapped as food? Can vegetarians eat Bulbasaur? Nintendo has dodged this issue too long. These are the Pokémon I think would be tastiest.
This weekend, I walked around Central Park—a hub for Pokémon Go enthusiasts, apparently—for about three hours trying to catch some good pocket monsters. All I got was a flock of Pidgeys. I hate them.
So everyone is obsessed with this new Pokémon game, and, after gauging the early potential way wrong, you’re already hopelessly out of touch with this newest mania. Maybe you lack the necessary nostalgia to find the conceit all that appealing, falling as you do right into a narrow age bracket that cared about the…
All the world is tall grass, thanks to the augmented reality of Pokemon Go, which saw its US release yesterday. A coworker snagged a Pidgey in our offices; I’m going fishing tonight for Magikarp. The creatures menace us everywhere.
Look, I’m just gonna cut straight to the chase. Pachuca played Dorados de Sinaloa in some Saturday night Liga MX action, and they went all in on a Pokémon-themed night of tweeting to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the game series. The results were delightful.
Look, I’m normally not the type to criticize someone for an adventurous and unorthodox haircut. Lord knows I’ve had my share of the same. And in fact, I’ve supported the different looks Paul Pogba has tried out in recent times, some of which I’ll get to below. But this Pokémon-inspired deal is a bridge too far: