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Bill Clinton Celebrated Louisville’s Expected Victory Last Night By Taking Instagram Selfies With The Team, For Some Reason
For some reason, Bill Clinton showed up in the Louisville locker room after they beat Villanova. For obvious reasons, they took selfies and posted them to Instagram. There were mentions of Clinton’s “swag.”
As expected, last night’s NFL opener between the Cowboys and Giants drew monster ratings on NBC. Also as expected, Bill Clinton made sweet, sweet love to the podium during the Democratic National Convention, as a confused and slightly aroused nation looked on. The ratings, after the jump.
Man. Would you look at that? All smiles and Little Rock naivete, years before the Starr Report and controversial acts of executive clemency. It was a happier time for America, yes, back when a man could jog around in tiny shorts while guzzling a soda and not be judged on the internet for it.
Chris Webber’s college career might be best-known for calling a timeout the team didn’t have near the end of the 1993 national title game. It certainly caught Bill Clinton’s attention.
Chad Ochocinco turned 33 earlier this month, and his party snagged quite the distinguished guest. Ochocinco couldn’t wait to brag to us all, and we can’t blame him.
EA Sports just released a new edition of the classic NBA Jam franchise, and classic NBA Jam devotees will be happy to know many of the game’s traditions are alive and well – like the ability to unlock politicians as “players.”
Hey, you know that ESPN ad where the nerdy-looking kids make fun of jocks for their in-depth discussion of complex sports statistics? It was enjoyable enough, right? Well, guess who else enjoyed it…former President Bill Clinton, of course!
Even before today’s historic match played out in overtime as two phenomenal teams of phenomenal, highly muscular and not a little bit attractive athletes battled it out for primacy in the Beautiful Game, I heard one name mentioned a few times, with worry: Bill Clinton.
It appears that Brad Pitt is a bit of a soccer fan, and he’s now signed up to help bring the World Cup back to America. Pitt announced Wednesday that he accepted an invitation to join several other big names on the official committee that is attempting to secure the United States as the host for the 2018 or 2022 World Cups.