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Confusion reigned as Cristiano Ronaldo and manager Jose Mourinho were both red-carded, and fans showered the field with debris during Atletico Madrid’s 2-1 victory over Real Madrid in today’s Copa del Rey. But it was gentle debris, filled with love.
If you haven’t heard of Sean O’Connor, you’re about to. Dude has a Comedy Central special coming out on Friday. So today’s faux pas — O’Connor made fun of Dick Trickle’s name on Twitter a few hours after the ex-NASCAR driver committed suicide — is especially awkward. Wanna get away?
Astros Wives Group Fundraising Gala Canceled Because ‘Astros Wives Group No Longer Has Any Wives In It’
The Astros Wives Group has gone extinct, meaning that the team’s big annual fundraiser for a local women’s group is no more. Controversy ensues.
In which ESPN president John Skipper tells Sports Illustrated that he wishes he had been “more careful” with Chris Broussard, regarding the latter’s on-air comments about Jason Collins. What does that mean, exactly? I’m picturing one of those hooks on a long pole that they used to pull dying acts off the stage in vaudeville.
Did this Astros fan use a hot dog to pantomime his wiener during a game on live TV? You be the judge. The Astros are investigating.
Pink Stitching? Pink Stitching. Has MLB Jumped The Shark With Mother’s Day Breast Cancer Awareness Efforts?
Here’s the baseball all MLB teams will be using on Mother’s Day. But we’re hearing some grumbling in the distance: has America fallen out of love with the league’s pink-hued Breast Cancer Awareness efforts?
Caution: the following post includes descriptions and photos of bikini-clad female college students wrestling in a kiddie pool. Also, use of the term “anti-jelly vitriol”, and a woman who punched another woman who was dressed as a butterfly.
Umpire blows two crucial calls against same team in one-month span. Manager blows gasket. Twitter snark ensues. Gratuitous replay debate. Fun!
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals are not horse racing fans. Surprised? If so, how’s that rock you’ve been living under since ’93? Here’s how they’re protesting the Kentucky Derby this year.
High school track relay team disqualified from going to state meet because runner points to sky as he crosses finish line. The assumption is that he was pointing to God, and this violates the state’s “no excessive celebration policy”. This also violates my “I’d prefer that state officials not be morons” policy.