This is my 2nd post of the day, so make sure you scroll down to read about Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals. Enjoy!
I just came up with the best headline ever: Arvind Mahankali channels Inner Jew to win 2013 Spelling Bee.
Lebron James is really good at basketball.
The New York Mets have won the World Series!
No, no they didn’t.
They did win 4 games in a row for the first time since World War II though, so that’s certainly something to celebrate.
Really Rutgers, REALLY?
You are more inept than George W Bush trying to spell his own name.
Seriously, how do you hire Julie Hermann?
She cursed your president out and beat up a small child during her interview, but apparently that wasn’t enough to stop you from hiring her.
Who is watching the 14 straight hours of Women’s College Softball coverage on EVERY ESPN CHANNEL?!?!
So apparently Broadway Joe put the bottle down long enough to talk about the Jets.
Too bad the Jets don’t want to hear him speak.
I said it last week, but let me repeat myself: Floyd Mayweather Jr. will suffer his first professional loss of his career in September against Canelo Alvarez.
Too big, too strong, too young.
Yes, the NHL Playoffs are still going on.
I know, I almost forgot too.
Where oh where has Rory Mcilroy gone?
Chris Anderson (aka Birdman, aka turtleneck tattoo, aka you look like a moron) should have been ejected from Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
It’s a good thing referees have integrity and don’t favor the home team though.
Gordon Gee, oh Gordon Gee, what is wrong with you?
Since when is it okay to run your mouth and say whatever you want no matter how offensive to large groups of people?
Ohhhh, it’s all about the all mighty dollar, how silly of me to think otherwise.
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