Trump, Protests, and the “Privilege” of Playing in the NFL

As one tweeter said in a lame but effective cliche, sports have always been a slam dunk for Presidents. It’s an easy way to relate to the entire country without having to do something as outrageous as saying you carry hot sauce in your purse at all times. Whether it’s dropping a sports reference in a campaign or having a team to the White House, … Continue reading Trump, Protests, and the “Privilege” of Playing in the NFL

What Millennials Killed Last Week, With Some Help From @MGolicJR57

There’s no better feeling than someone coming up with ideas for you. Like I knew I needed to keep the “what are millennials killing this week” article up for this week, but hand up I dropped the ball. With no further ado, let’s go find out what we killed last week, via Mike Golic Jr’s Twitter feed. 1. You're welcome for killing the term Breastaurant. … Continue reading What Millennials Killed Last Week, With Some Help From @MGolicJR57

The “Stick to Sports” Argument Is Dying; Let’s Put The Nail In The Coffin

Why you delete your tweet? No worries I took a pic pic.twitter.com/OQX7Oes7Ug — pushajp (@fjpeezy) August 14, 2017 Stick to sports — Ryan Gatewood (@gatewood_ryan) August 14, 2017 kobe bryant thanked obama for getting NBA involved in politics. yeah bc we really care what these ppl think — M. Cobretti (@CobraTheCure) August 16, 2017 like if basketball stars should stay out of politics — ㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤ🐤ㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤ … Continue reading The “Stick to Sports” Argument Is Dying; Let’s Put The Nail In The Coffin

5 Things Twitter Said Us Millennials Did Wrong This Week

Die in World Wars Young men in the 1940s liberated Europe from Nazism and the Pacific from the Japanese Empire. Today, too many stay home playing video games. https://t.co/e7FTe0O20P — Joe Scarborough (@JoeNBC) August 7, 2017 As many people pointed out, millennials make up a large amount of the forces that have been fighting or are currently fighting in Afghanistan or Iraq, which is the … Continue reading 5 Things Twitter Said Us Millennials Did Wrong This Week

Appetizers, But For Breakfast

Appetizers are awesome. Warming up your stomach for food is just smart science, trust me, I do school. Get those muscles moving around and the blood flowing. It’s just necessary. So with that wealth of science knowledge at your finger tips now, riddle yourself this: why don’t we do that for breakfast? Appetizers are the foods that aren’t big enough to be a full meal, … Continue reading Appetizers, But For Breakfast

Here Are Some Genius Ideas For How Twitter Can Save Itself

We all use Twitter daily. It’s, easily, the single best website/app ever created. Like there’s not even a close second. Don’t give me Facebook or Wikipedia or Reddit or some porn thing, because those are the wrong takes. Twitter’s the best. Yet, somehow, it’s still losing a gazillion dollars. It’s our job to save it, not just the nerds that make the app. Is it … Continue reading Here Are Some Genius Ideas For How Twitter Can Save Itself

The 3 Worst Things About Being An Adult

Admittedly, we’ve been light on the blogging recently. Folks, let’s draw back the curtain for a second. We’re going through some staff shakeup (I think). On top of that, your boy’s busy. Talking studying in class for 5 hours, then studying for another 5 hours, every day of the week, busy. Not one to complain (that’s a lie, I love complaining more than I love … Continue reading The 3 Worst Things About Being An Adult

A “Shoutout” To Our Fathers Doesn’t Do Them Justice, But Here It Is Any Ways

The Williams sisters’ father. Tiger’s Dad. Todd and Marv Marinovich. Griffey Sr. and Jr. Lonzo and Lavar. Some were great for their kids, others had bad characteristics. But to call any of the famous sports fathers in history “bad” is a disservice to fatherhood. Because at the end of the day, they, like every other father in history, just wanted the best for their child. … Continue reading A “Shoutout” To Our Fathers Doesn’t Do Them Justice, But Here It Is Any Ways

Netflix Must Watch of the Week: Sour Grapes

Straight up must watch, deserved of bringing the tag back. Tip to all the documentarians, make more movies about folks conning folks. Because I know for a fact that there are people conning 24/7. Like if there was a graph of rates of conning, it’s been steady the past 7 decades. Folks out here just scheming, and I respect it. Crime = very wrong, but … Continue reading Netflix Must Watch of the Week: Sour Grapes

Things I Thought Would Be More Important: Marbles

Marbles are something that shows like Hey Arnold or Rugrats made seem big. Little dumb me thought kids everywhere were running around throwing around the spheres. For some reason, it didn’t feel like “jacks” where it was an old-timey thing that had gone away with the decades. Oh no, every corner I turned between the ages of 6 and 16 I was ready to see … Continue reading Things I Thought Would Be More Important: Marbles