I don’t know what it is about implosions, but I think they are so beautiful.
Texas A&M’s Kyle Field is getting some renovation done and the former student side of the stadium had to come down according to Good Bull Hunting. So this morning, thanks to some explosives, down it came. What we got was a explosive show that only lasted a few seconds but left a lasting impression!
Every now and again, two college football players sit together and we get something magical! This time, it is Arkansas State players Jemar Clark and Darion Griswold, who are responsible for the magic moment. I just wonder if the students are old enough to get the National Lampoon’s Vacation reference their last names made together. Even if they don’t know who he is, we do and we are loving seeing them on the bench together. We also want that new Vacation movie that they have been promising us for a while. Now that would be a touchdown.
Serena Wiliams was on The Late Show yesterday and David Letterman challenged her to a game of tennis. Believe it or not, the CBS late night host actually kept up with the pro. Eventually, it became too much for him, so he challenged her to break Rupert Jee’s Deli’s window via serves. Dave went first, and he was unsuccessful. Next up was the US Open title winner and at first she didn’t succeed. But that window was no match for her on the second try. Wonder how she will explain that on the court, I mean, in a court of law!
To all my friends and family in Miami, Enjoy LeBron James taking part in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. He might be the King on the court, but he acts like a Jester if you pour a bucket of ice cold water on his head. He screams higher than a WNBA player who has just been fouled.
So Miami Heat the next time you play the Cleveland Cavaliers, bring the ice ice baby! Not Vanilla Ice, but the frozen water that makes him lose his cool! It will be so hot!
We have seen people nearly kill themselves trying to catch a home run or a foul ball at a baseball game, but this woman’s catch takes the cake…or should I say beer. She was sitting at the San Francisco Giants/Pittsburgh Pirates game yesterday, minding her own business, when a home run ball was coming right at her. What did she do? Nothing. But that didn’t stop the ball from making a mad dash towards her cup. So mad, not only did it land in the beer, it went right through it. Leaving the poor fan, drenched in beer. Not only was she out the drink, but according to Newsday she didn’t even get the ball. So I guess you can say she didn’t have a ball at the game. OK, I struck out with the one and it was a foul joke. But they all can’t be home runs. I’ll take the 7th inning stretch now!
Basketball fans in 5 different cities showed their support to their NBA teams by taking part in flash mobs. When it comes to who did it better NYC, Miami, Indianapolis, Oklahoma City and San Antonio, I say they were all equally as good. I hope the other teams take part in a flash mob. Where are the Los Angeles Clipper fans? Skip that!
Ever since you found out about Lance Armstrong’s doping scandal, haven’t you wanted to get him back for lying to you? Well, if you are a fan of the game Cards Against Humanity, you know they have a not-so-nice card about the former-bicyclist. The card reads, “Lance Armstrong’s missing testicle”. Well, when he was recently playing the game, guess what card he got. That one!
So everyone should go out and buy Cards Against Humanity as a thank you for doing something we have all wanted to do.
BTW I wonder how many of the other famous people featured in this game have gotten their card? I feel for them because what makes this game so great, is how bad it is. You have to be sick to play and even sicker to win it. And yes I have won!
Robinson Cano did a LeBron James and left the Yankees for a $10 million dollar contract to play with the Seattle Mariners. He hasn’t been back to The Bronx since he moved across the country and NYers have a few choice words for him. So Jimmy Fallon gave them that opportunity yesterday on his Tonight Show by having them yell at a huge photo of the Benedict Arnold’s face. Only thing is they didn’t know that the second basesman was behind that photo. Their reaction to seeing him proves why NYers are the best people in the world! But then again I am biased because I am from Da Bronx!
BTW I would love the NBC host to do this in Cleveland the next time the Miami Heat Forward is in town. I don’t think his ex-fans would be as welcoming to see him. Do you?
Frankie Muniz Tweeted this photo for himself with Blake Griffin and I couldn’t get over how little the Malcolm in the Middle star looked next to him. Granted in his defense the LA Clipper Forward in 6’10” and most people will look tiny standing by his side.
via NBA ESPN
We all know that when basketball players see LeBron James on the court, they get scared. Now with the mask he’s wearing to protect his broken nose, he looks the part to the rest of us.
Forget him starring in Space Jam 2, he should be the new Jason Voorhees in the next Friday the 13th.