Arena Football Eases Fans Qualms About Suffering an NFL Lockout

Do you struggle to understand the meaning of life? Worried your bladder will explode while riding an elevator? Scratching an itchy ear with a paper clip (quite frankly, who hasn’t)? Then there’s an event happening nearby that’ll make your scalp tingle. It’s the 2011 Arena Football League (AFL) season. Read more Arena Football Eases Fans Qualms About Suffering an NFL Lockout

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‘Nouveau Homeless’ Emerge as Travel to Super Bowl Sacked by Mother Nature

Thousands of Steelers and Packers fans found it almost impossible to get to Arlington, Texas for the Super Bowl game to be played on Sunday. Some are telling travel hell stories straight from the play books of the comedy film “Planes, Trains and Automobiles. One weary traveler stranded at Columbus International Airport Friday night was overheard telling his wife, “We’d have more luck playing pickup sticks with our butt-cheeks than we will getting a flight out of here before daybreak.” Read more ‘Nouveau Homeless’ Emerge as Travel to Super Bowl Sacked by Mother Nature

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Rose Bowl Parade Officials Cancel N. Korean Army Marching Deal

Pasadena, CA – Rose Bowl Parade officials sent an official notice to members of the elite North Korean Army’s precision marching corp. The letter gave notice that due to recent international nuclear tensions, the participation of the 10,000 man North Korean precision marching army will not be wanted. The annual parade is used to showcase the annual Rose Bowl football spectacular held in Pasadena each January 1st. Read more Rose Bowl Parade Officials Cancel N. Korean Army Marching Deal

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Brazil Economists Say Brazil Loss is Victory for Brazil Economy

RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (GlossySports) -– While almost every Brazilian is saddened by the stunning loss of their team to the Netherlands in the quarter-final match, economists in Brazil are celebrating unabashedly, claiming that the loss has a decidedly silver lining. Read more Brazil Economists Say Brazil Loss is Victory for Brazil Economy

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Winter Olympics Surprisingly Teach Americans Geography

The Winter Olympics in Vancouver have obviously taught us all some important lessons about bobsled safety and 40 million dollar opening ceremonies. However, some Americans are learning more than they ever expected from the Olympic coverage. Americans, globally renowned for a complete ignorance of geography, have discovered countries they didn’t know existed at all. Read more Winter Olympics Surprisingly Teach Americans Geography

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Former Singer/Drug Addict Bobby Brown Wins X-Games 14 Snowboarding Medal

ASPEN, Colorado — R&B sensation Bobby Brown left a successful stint with New Edition in 1987 to pursue a solo career, which garnered him a string of Top 10 Billboard hits and a Grammy Award. But Brown’s increasingly bizarre behavior throughout the 1990s and early 2000s began to overshadow his past glory. Read more Former Singer/Drug Addict Bobby Brown Wins X-Games 14 Snowboarding Medal

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2010 Winter Olympics — Sold Out to the Highest Bidder?

This scene was captured by one of our authors last week, but we can’t publish it under her name because she was subsequently disqualified for using performance enhancing substances. We will still publish it, but we can’t give her credit, and our thanks to Roger Freed for picking up the torch where she passed out, even if he didn’t edit the text for length, readability or any sort of journalistic integrity. Read more 2010 Winter Olympics — Sold Out to the Highest Bidder?

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All White-All American Sports Venues Outlaw Ethnic Snacks

With the advent of all white, American-only teams in the near future, many sports venues have followed suit by removing any snacks that originated in any country other than America. That means, hamburgers, originally from Hamburg, Germany and hot dogs, or frankfurters, originally from Frankfurt, Germany, will no longer be served. Nachos, a Mexican treat, and, of course, pizza, an Italian staple, will also not find their way onto the snack menu. Read more All White-All American Sports Venues Outlaw Ethnic Snacks

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Waterboarding Added To Olympics For ’10

IOC Headquarters, Switzerland – In a little-known press conference outside the offices of the International Olympics, The President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Jacques Rogge, announced that after long consideration and research with the UN and throughout the world, waterboarding would be added to the roster of competitions for the Beijing Games in August. Read more Waterboarding Added To Olympics For ’10

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Building Overtakes Basketball… Poms Excel

The Women of Notre Dame officially opened their basketball season on the 15th against unranked University of Arkansas-Pine Bluff at the newly renovated Purcell Pavilion of the Joyce Athletic and Convocation Center. The 102 to 57 rout of UAPB was overshadowed by the shortcomings of the new facility, despite the stellar performance of freshman sensation Skyhook Digme, including her dive into the stands to save a ball. Read more Building Overtakes Basketball… Poms Excel

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Phillies Fan Flogs Golly for Tickets

An American woman charged with offering sex in exchange for World Series baseball tickets maintains she has committed no crime nor done anything wrong by flogging her golly on the internet.

“I’m not embarrassed about my actions but I’m effin’ furious about how I was set up and then arrested,” Fellattia Wankerstein, from the Slutborough Heights area of Philadelphia, told Fux News. “I mean, even career hookers are allowed to ply their trade and wares on the public streets but when I try to get tickets for the Phillies-Yankees game I get targeted by the local Gestapo’s dodgy deviant Vice Squad.” Read more Phillies Fan Flogs Golly for Tickets

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Flight Wins 23rd Annual Eau Claire–St. Cloud Corn Maze

Minneapolis, MN — An Airbus A320 jet flown by a Northwest Airlines pilot and co-pilot have won the 23rd Annual Eau Claire—St. Cloud Corn Maze Run. The oldest airplane corn maze in the western world announced NWA Flight 188 were the winners by almost 28 minutes over the second place winner, 3-time Maze Grand Prize winner, Todd Palin from Alaska. Mr Palin used a dog team and sled in each of the 4 years he has entered the race. Read more Flight Wins 23rd Annual Eau Claire–St. Cloud Corn Maze

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WNHL Combines Canada’s Two Greatest Exports

Perhaps you’ve heard of Canada, it’s the nation inconveniently separating the contiguous United States from the industrious state of Alaska. Despite their reputation as a nation “not having a reputation,” marketing executives have come up with a product that will finally put Canada on the map, which currently, at least on maps printed in the United States, it is not. Read more WNHL Combines Canada’s Two Greatest Exports

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