(Photo Credit/Will Hart, K2 Promotions) By Scott Gilfoid: After attempting to get fights against Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Carl Froch by calling them both out, WBA middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin [...] More boxing news on BoxingNews24.com
Burneko saved me a lot of time by writing this: The New York Times published a recipe for guacamole with green peas in it. Not to insist that all guacamole must contain peas forever; not to say that people who have made guacamole without peas are dirty heathen swine; not to assert that pea-free guacamoles […]
In the wake of the Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex marriage, county clerks across the country with religious objections have found themselves at the forefront of a political battle.
Quinton Jackson has suffered 11 losses to 10 different fighters in his career. But still to this day, none of those outcomes “haunts” Jackson quite like his first-round knockout against Mauricio Rua in April 2005.Filed under: News, ...
GIF by the author via When I was a kid, my mom advised me in earnest against a career that could (probably) be done by a robot. Now, apparently you can take "light painter" off that list, since Indian architect Ekaggrat Singh Kalsi has created a 3D printer mod that can "print" light patterns in full color. Show More Summary
No matter how successful you get, there are always new things to worry about. It was 1-1 in the final moments of the World Cup semifinals when England's Laura Bassett scored...accidentally...against her own team. This is truly a nightmare and I feel devastated for Bassett. Show More Summary
"I fear his retaliation, given what I know of his methods, but the Chisholm campaign against me that began at dawn on Sept. 14, 2011, requires a legal response to discourage the prosecutor’s continued abuse of his office," writes Cindy Archer in The Wall Street Journal (where you can get past the pay-wall by Googling text for your own link). Show More Summary
Last weekend, CNN aired the television premiere of Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me, an extraordinary documentary about a beloved country music star's farewell tour during his fight against Alzheimer's disease. Faced with an inevitable decline, the award-winning singer performed 151 emotional and inspiring sold out concerts over a 15-month period. Show More Summary
Recent hate crimes perpetuated against people on the bases of race, religion, gender, or sexuality - namely the recent church shooting in Charleston and the other attacks that have occurred on Black churches - have me thinking deeply...Show More Summary
In case, you’re like me and you can’t get enough stories about our phonies and their legal joustings with the judiciary, it seems that Jason Scaletta, you know, the guy who fought most of the war against terror from a prison cell in Maryland, is facing some pretty harsh punishment for the time he was […]
Pretty much every news outlet in the world is focused on Greece right now, ahead of a July 5 referendum on whether to accept a bailout deal negotiated with Europe and the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The government is campaigning for a "No" vote, and pushing to reject the deal it negotiated. Show More Summary
[guest post by JVW] A break from all the inveighing against the weirdness of the Supreme Court. Do a Google search on “mobile device addiction” and you will note that the has garnered a lot of attention over the past year. Allow me to relate a couple of incidents I have had a couple of […]
This isn’t about me, it’s about you. the stranger I should start an essay like this by telling you about how great sex workers are, how important sex workers' rights are. I should "create sympathy in the reader" for anyone who takes their clothes off and performs sexuality. Show More Summary
The United States women's national soccer team suffered two potential blows to its FIFA Women's World Cup title hopes in the 17th and 42nd minutes against Colombia on Monday night in the form of yellow cards to Lauren Holiday and Megan...Show More Summary
Mornings have never been my time to shine. When I first open my eyes, or have them pried open for me, I can hardly see. Even with little faces pressed right up against mine, I can still be confused as to who is there interrupting my slumber. Honestly, my eyes look like two pissholes in the snow and my hair, a ratty-ass monsoon. Show More Summary
Of all the many bad raps against PowerPoint—TMI (Too Much Information), MEGO (My Eyes Glaze Over),Data Dump,Show up and Throw Up,and“Just mail me the deck!”—the worst is The Laundry List, in which the slides in a presentation have all the continuity of a deck of cards shuffled by a Las [...]
Big news from SCOTUS today: Thanks to a lawsuit brought by a couple of raisin farmers against the Department of Agriculture, the highest court in the US has deemed that raisins are "a healthy snack" and "not oysters."
Both opinions are nuanced, but Erick Erickson is mostly in favor of bringing down the flag (at least at the state house), and David French against that. Erick Erickson: The Bible tells me to love my neighbor. I have a...
Today Adam Steinbaugh tweeted a screenshot to me, showing that Chuck Johnson has actually filed his lawsuit against Gawker in Missouri: @Green_Footballs pic.twitter.com/wL8czRdpkh -- Adam Steinbaugh (@adamsteinbaugh) June 22, 2015 I recommend reading Steinbaugh's post on this entirely frivolous suit, for the full flavor of its ridiculousness: Chuck Johnson Files...
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