Yes, People Really Don’t Understand Why Chief Wahoo is Problematic

Chief Wahoo is iconic. He’s a symbol of the history and legacy of Cleveland baseball. Indians were the first professional baseball team to have a player of Native American descent. The chief was created out of honor, not racism. Never will I stop embracing him. #KeepTheChief — Realistic CLE Fan (@RealistCLEFan) January 29, 2018 I'm sorry but if you are offended by a cartoon Native … Continue reading Yes, People Really Don’t Understand Why Chief Wahoo is Problematic

Sign Our Petition For Lavar Ball To Play Donald Trump in 1 on 1 For the Presidency

The tweets have to stop: It wasn’t the White House, it wasn’t the State Department, it wasn’t father LaVar’s so-called people on the ground in China that got his son out of a long term prison sentence – IT WAS ME. Too bad! LaVar is just a poor man’s version of Don King, but without the hair. Just think.. — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November … Continue reading Sign Our Petition For Lavar Ball To Play Donald Trump in 1 on 1 For the Presidency

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