Stick and Ball

April 30, 2009

Golf and baseball have common ground as both are based on a stick and ball contact premise played outside and are canceled for bad weather. The main difference between the two is that baseball is a sport and golf is crap.

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420 Special: Stoners in Sports

April 21, 2009

This 420 we look at sports through the haze of smoke…

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Mike Vick Reality Show

April 20, 2009

When the going gets tough, the tough get reality.

Fallen star and PETA enemy Michael Vick is trying to be more productive than the average license-plate-producing inmate. He is looking for a reality television deal to follow his life as he tries to salvage his existence once he is released from prison on July 20th.

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The Bus Stops Here: Madden Retires

April 20, 2009

“Boom! Tough acting retirement.”

John Madden is retiring from broadcasting, he announced this week. The seventy-three year old wants to spend more time with his family and less time being unable to resist tasty stadium snacks.

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MLB Freebies

April 13, 2009

There’s nothing like a game that comes with a free souvenir. Reminding fans that you’re never too old for a goodie bag, promotional games add some extra excitement to the ballpark experience.

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The Aftermath of Chamberlain’s DUI

April 9, 2009

New York Yankee pitcher Joba Chamberlain kissed New York City’s ass in an attempt to eject his foot from his mouth after a police video of his October DUI arrest surfaced. The video showed the twenty-three year old expressing anger about New York drivers and making fun of the legendary Yogi Berra.

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Baseball’s Back, Back Again

April 6, 2009

Ladies and gentlemen, without further ado, direct from the-offseason itself, it’s time for baseball in New York!

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Broncos to Trade Cutler, Winning Record

April 1, 2009

The Denver Broncos have made their “Franchise Quarterback” (a label that has lost all meaning entirely), Jay Cutler, available for trade.

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