Picture Foosball Table for 100
Good luck fitting that in your basement.
I'll definitely go to the boat show to see that.
You know, a single layer of clothing doesn't provide much protection from a bull horn.
Video Beer Pong Dunk Champion
Idiot. He spilled all the beer.
The commissioner has agreed to answer questions, but he says the many recent incidents in the Bush League are right in line with the history and goals of the BL.
"From the beginning the Bush League has been about punching opponents in the nuts, cheap shots, cursing, trash talk, cheating and every other negative activity you can find in sports," said Huston. "I plan to make the Congressmen understand this. And if they don't, they can expect a slide tackle into the side of their knees."
Congress has threatened to shut down the Bush League and interrupt its cash flow, but Huston says that would be "almost impossible because most of our money comes from bribes or from players fixing games or shaving points."
Picture Hottest Fan Ever?
That piece of ass should be out of the upper deck and into some prime seats.
The life of the rich and powerful seems glamorous. Money, fame, women. But it's also very easy to have pictures of your junk plastered all over the internet.
U.S. congressman Anthony Weiner is not the first this has happened to. Pro athletes like Santonio Holmes, Grady Sizemore, Greg Oden and Brett Favre came before him. If you are a professional athlete and have your nudie pics leaked to the Internet or accidentally tweet them out to your thousands of followers what should you do?
1. Take legal action Have your attorney contact the website that first published the photos to threaten legal action if they are not removed. The photos you took of your junk were not intended for public consumption. They were intended for the love of your life: that girl you hooked up with at the club earlier in the night. Heather. Or Shontelle. Whatever her name was. The one with the nice, fake jugs and the pierced clitoris.
2. Apologize to the public There's no use pretending the photo isn't all over the world. May as well just come out and apologize. It will make you look like a big man. (Well, even bigger man.) Follow the lead of Oden. He apologized the same day his photos hit the internet, and even tried to stay lighthearted about it with this line on 95.5 The Game in Portland: "Those pictures were taken and sent over a year and a half ago. I've definitely grown since then." No, really. He actually said that. Any PR expert will tell you: If you can apologize for your dong shots AND mention how big you are down below at the same time, you're doing it right.
Tompkins' winning spelling came after 25 rounds in which spellers were given traditionally difficult Spelling Bee words without success, then easier two-syllable words and, finally, simple, one-syllable words such as "cat," "go" and "me". But America's best and brightest students failed on every attempt.
"I am so embarrassed for our country," said Jacques Bailly, the competition's official word pronouncer. "I wish it wasn't televised and broadcast throughout the world. Now everyone knows how stupid we are."
The competition was almost won in the 23rd Round when the word list was dumbed down to two-syllable words. Mark Peerman of New Jersey was given the word "hater" and spelled it "h-8-r". After huddling for several minutes, judges decided to not give him credit.
"At that point we still had some hope and we didn't want to be reduced to accepting a word with a number in it as the winning attempt," said Bailly. "What really sealed my decision was when we were discussing our ruling and I looked up and the kid was picking his nose and eating his boogers while stupidly giggling to himself."