Jimmy Kimmel Live: “Mean Tweets,” NBA Edition
“This ball is long gone, just like the ex-girlfriend who will never return!”
Tony Parker’s buzzer-beater in slow motion.
You knew it was coming … “Dead Giveaway,” the Charles Ramsey autotune remix.
We eat ribs with this dude, but we didn’t have a clue!
The parody videos, they are a-comin’. Autotune by noon, I’m thinking, of Charles Ramsey’s must-see interview after rescuing three Cleveland women held captive for many years.
At 2:25 mark: “Bro, I knew something was wrong when a little, pretty white girl ran into a black man’s arms. Something is wroooong here. [Nods confidently.] Dead giveaway. Dead giveaway. Deeeeaaad giveaway. Either she’s homeless or she’s got problems.”
And if you’re shopping early for Father’s Day gifts, consider the leather vest shown proudly at the 0:15 mark, which reads on the back of the left shoulder, “I’d talk about my dick, but it’s a long story.”
It bothers me when the word “hero” is applied to people who excel in sports. That towering status should be reserved for men like this… Man Opens 24 Beer Bottles at Once
I absolutely loved this morning’s exchange between ESPN’s Chris McKendry and NFL cornerback Asante Samuel, whom she pressed to clarify his remarks about gays in sports. He comes off like a total moron. Samuel earlier told Fox Sports radio about gays coming out, “You don’t have to show it and flaunt it like that. You know what I’m saying, we have kids out here.” Asked what he meant, he said, “I don’t want to teach my kids those things. I teach my kid god, how god lives his life.”
Another religious fuckwad devaluing others’ lives in the name of god. And he has four kids. Great!
I never rooted for injuries in sports, but I do now. The Falcons wouldn’t lose much of a player — and less of a man — anyway.
President Obama at the White House Correspondents Dinner
Video of the Yankees’ incredible 4-6-5-6-5-3-4 triple play in tonight’s top of the eighth. Love the emotion shown by these early season — dare I say it? — overachievers. What a start by Kevin Youkilis, who’s now hitting .424 and becoming — dare I say this, too? — a quick fan favorite.
This Cleveland Indians “Harlem Shake” video, featuring manager Terry Francona, Nick Swisher (as Ohio State football player) and Jason Giambi (as Green Man), is absolutely amazing.