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A German YouTube user/musician/AMERICA HATER residing in California has posted a video attacking our beloved FOOTBALL, and not that one where the Tinker Bells flopping around in Europe. He’s talking about the NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE. It’s time to stand up for AMERICA.
Soccer’s diving epidemic isn’t going away anytime soon, and the issue is overblown. Don’t stay away from the Beautiful Game because of it. Diving, flopping, embellishing — whatever you want to call it — is understandable, hyperbolized and the players are fine just how they are. And one more thing: it’s American.
Memorial Day is a lot of different things for a lot of people. Barbeques, a cold beer, or fireworks may occupy your day, but sometimes people forget what the holiday is really about. But not the Minnesota Twins. Watch the video after the jump.
Spurs coach Gregg Popovich is many things – highly successful, caustic, scary-looking with a beard – but you’ll apparently never be able to say the man who’s led San Antonio to four NBA titles is jingoistic.
You might have seen something bout the card stunt Iowa fans planned to attempt for yesterday’s game. If you’re anything like us, you saw it and thought, “Man. Looks ambitious. Can a group of 70,000-plus fans really coordinate themselves well enough to pull that off?” The definitive answer after the jump.
This is what Chicago Bears linebacker Lance Briggs will be wearing on Sunday, when the Bears take on the Falcons on the 10th anniversary of 9/11. He’ll be fined somewhere in the ballpark of $15,000 for his show of patriotism, because the NFL’s uniform policy forbids players from deviating from pre-selected colors. Briggs, for his part, doesn’t care, and says he’ll gladly pay.
Locking yourself out of your car on a hot day is a bad feeling. Locking yourself out of your car on a hot day when your infant grandson is inside: worse feeling.
The boy’s grandmother, Teresa Gall, had put her keys down in her car and absent-mindedly closed the door. That’s when she realized she was locked out, with 14-month-old Liam Snook inside the hot car on an August day.
Luckily, in America, sometimes a pair of co-captain defensive backs show up to save the day.