This lame initiative by a second-rate MLB organization should inspire even more Phillies fans to travel to DC to support their team in person. Let’s continue to “Take Away the Park.”
Enter our Super Bowl “prop betting” contest and you could win an iPod shuffle! It’s easy and fun to play. You don’t even really need to know football to win, cause you’ll be answering questions like: “Who will win the coin toss?”
Hey protesters, you are only making it worse for your cause. I understand those of you who try to bring attention to a specific platform, but for God sakes, do you not see how the media twists everything??
The first-time participant, and eating legend, devoured 337 wings. The second-place finisher, Super Squibb, ate only 271.
We at the Internal Revenue Service study returns all year and read your life in numbers, like old Scottish women read it in tea leaves and Facebook reads in in “Likes.”
It seems like every event nowadays has a betting line on it, even if it’s not a sporting event. You can bet on just about anything, if your heart desires. Takeru Kobayashi is the co-2-to-1 favorite, but can he eat wings like he eats hot dogs?
There are plenty of rules and regulations to follow at Wing Bowl 20. You have to have tickets to not only attend the event, but enter a parking lot in the wee hours of the morning.
Just because everyone you know will be cranking up the crock pots and dusting off their NFL jersey’s doesn’t mean there’s nothing else to do but watch football this weekend.
The tough guy teacher, 41-year-old Richard Little (get it?), apparently assaulted a student after she threw chalk at him. Aren’t teachers trained to handle stuff like this, especially at a school for at-risk children?
The Grey Lodge Pub has been open since the wee hours of the morning to “chase away those winter blues” and honor Punxsutawney Phil with beer, breakfast, Hawaiian shirts, hula hooping, and other crazy events…all before noon.