There are millions of college football fans who don’t live in reality. Every game the team lost was "rigged." Every school except theirs is cheating. The school is never, ever in the wrong except when the NCAA proves the school was in the wrong.
Whether it’s the good kind of adventure (“Welcome to McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas”) or the bad one (“This plane is being taken out of service.”), flying the friendly skies these days always holds an element of risk.
George Zimmer, CEO and founder of Men’s Wearhouse, K&G and Tux brands was fired yesterday from his own company. Shocking, sure, but it isn't the first time a founder was booted from running his own company.
Let’s just be honest—dads always get hosed in the gift department when it comes to Father’s Day. The presents you buy him for Father’s Day—if you remember at all—are almost always way crappier than the nice thoughtful things you got for mom.
The classic backyard cookout is one of summer’s great treats (along with pool parties, girls in skimpy clothing and more excuses to drink outdoors). But there is a lot going on at these events and you only have two hands
Those long-handled putters that have become fairly popular on the professional golf circuit could soon be obsolete after the U.S. Golf Association and the Royal and Ancient Golf Club—the official governing bodies of The Rules of Golf voted this week to ban “anchoring” a club while putting.
Say what you want about professional wrestling in the 80’s and 90’s, but it was entertaining as heck and nobody sold it better than 'Macho Man' Randy Savage. So it did our hearts good to find this 1992 interview with the Macho Man on 'The Arsenio Hall Show.'
Riding a motorcycle at 200+ miles per hour with just a helmet and some thin racing gear as the only things between you and possible death is pretty impressive. It’s even impressive when you fall off the bike and escape with nothing more than a broken foot and an insane case of road rash.
When you sponsor an event called 'Bacon Week,' you automatically have our attention but one Australian restaurant is turning things up a notch with a $120 sandwich that features bacon, eggs and a slew of specialty ingredients.
Sports fans have a lower threshold for the word “emergency.” While most people reserve the term for events like heart attacks, major world crises and running out of toilet paper, sports fans know that true emergencies are things like double overtime and last minute drives. So you can forgive one loyal hockey fan for having to change dinner plans based on the fortunes of his favorite team.
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