Archive for December, 2011

Tebow gets more scoreboard on Jesus: Now has his own comic book

December 30, 2011

It’s a miracle.

Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow is now officially a superhero. Tebow just signed a deal with Marvel Comics to be featured in his own comic book. No, it’s not called  “Super Christian.”

Hall of Fame baseball writer accused of serial child molestation

December 21, 2011

BILL CONLIN

Longtime Philadelphia Daily News baseball columnist Bill Conlin immediately retired from the newspaper yesterday after being accused by four people of molesting them while they were children in the ’70s. One of the accusers is Conlin’s own niece.

Pennsylvania prosecutors say even though Conlin allegedly abused “so many people” through the years they were unable to bring a case because of the statute of limitations.

In addition to his newspaper column, Conlin worked for years at The Sporting News and ESPN.

Did you get your Christmas card from the Kardashian family?

December 21, 2011

MSNBC’s Chuck Todd flips bird on the air

December 14, 2011

Times Square welcomes Boise State Football to the Big East

December 14, 2011

Jeter: Ladies, thanks for the sex-here’s a lovely parting gift

December 14, 2011

Legendary New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter is back on the free agent market. At least when it comes to chicks. After recently dumping hottie actress Minka Kelly, today’s New York Post claims Jeter has recently dated a “bevy” of beauties whom he beds at his Trump Tower apartment.

According to the Post, Jeter is quite the gentleman. In the morning Jeter provides his girls with free car service. Best of all, those lucky ladies get a “gift basket” complete with signed Jeter memorabilia (including an autographed baseball!)

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DEREK JETER BACHELOR PAD: GIRLS, COME FOR THE SEX. STAY FOR THE AUTOGRAPHED BASEBALL

Ron Artest is offically “Metta World Peace” – Here’s the jersey to prove it

December 13, 2011

Epic birther fail

December 13, 2011

The insanely conservative political website World Net Daily, which specializes in stories about where President Barack Obama was “really” born, really screwed up Sunday.

The organization spent a ton of money to fly over Cowboys Stadium in Texas with a banner reading, “Where’s the real birth certificate?” during Sunday’s Dallas Cowboys/New York Giants football game.

Problem: Fans attending the game weren’t able to read the banner. Cowboys Stadium is domed. Morons.

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It’s official: Tim Tebow has now performed more miracles than Jesus

December 12, 2011

Another Sunday, another miracle win for the Denver Broncos and quarterback Tim Tebow. This is truly getting ridiculous. For the seventh time in eight weeks since he became Denver’s starting quarterback, the sixth time in a row, in fact, Tebow has pulled out a last minute victory in some form of miraculous win. Most of those games have followed the same script-Tebow sucks and can’t pass for three quarters, then SOMEHOW pulls off a miracle come-from-behind victory. 

Yesterday may have been Tebow and the Broncos most Christ-like rise from the dead yet. Denver was on its way to certain defeat (despite another Tebow last-minute td drive.) The Chicago Bears were running out the clock for a certain win when some (devine?) voice told running back Marion Barber to run out of bounds. Granted a few seconds reprieve, Tebow drove Denver down the field where they hit a 59 yard field goal to send the game into overtime. The Bears took the opening drive in OT down the field and appeared to be in position to twarth another Tebow miracle, but BARBER fumbled the ball, the latest victim to literally be smited by Tebow. The rest is history. Denver gets the ball and drives down for a winning OT field goal.

Denver now leads the AFC West by two games after literally being written off for dead. Ironically, Tebow’s most amazing win came on the same day that three major newspapers wrote articles praising Tebow, not as a quarterback, but as a cultural icon. The New York Times had an editorial about Tebow and the “Gospel of Optimism.” Meanwhile, the Christian Science Monitor had a feature on “The Tim Tebow culture wars.”

All of this came at the same time that The Wall Street Journal was writing about Tebow’s multitude of saintly charity deeds. The article actually refers to him as “God’s Quarterback.” Those charity works go all the way back to Tebow’s school days when he would spend Spring Break circumcising orphans for his father’s missionary program called “Gain Salvation, Lose Your Foreskin.”

Keep in mind that all three of those articles were written BEFORE Sunday’s win.

Don’t mess with Kim Kardashian

December 2, 2011