This is a photo of the locker room area where Jerry Sandusky sexually abused little kids. Hopefully he will spend the rest of his life behind bars.
Daily Archives: April 19, 2012
Helm, 71, passed away this afternoon at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York.
The Raising Hope star seems to be a little confused…
Many people are openly discussing food stamp trafficking on Twitter.
We just threw up a little…
Caucasian rapper Asher Roth’s new track became buzzworthy on Twitter Thursday morning! Asher Roth first became a household name with his first single, “I Love College” back in 2009, but since then he hasn’t done much at all. This new track “Party Girl” featuring Meek Mill sounds like it could be a hit though. #NP […]
Colts say they will draft Andrew Luck. in related news, water is wet, and fire is hot — trey wingo (@wingoz) April 19, 2012 That pretty much sums it up!
Oh, snap. A winner right off the bat. Hope and change? Not so much. President Obama’s slogan fails as badly as his hash tag attempts. Now he’s even failing with hash tags not started by the White House. Once again, a hash tag was taken over by Twitter’s happy warriors. #ChangeIsnt in my pockets. — Ben […]
Gold. Pure gold. It sure has been a ruff week for President Obama, hasn’t it? (groan)
Colombian hookers, deception, international intrigue—how could the developing Secret Service scandal not be ripe for the hashtag game picking? Here are some of our favorite #cartagenahookermovielines tweets. Behold the power of this fully operational Cartagena Hooker #cartagenahookermovielines — Jonah Goldberg (@JonahNRO) April 19, 2012 "You had me at $47." #cartagenahookermovielines — Rick Wilson (@TheRickWilson) April […]
Former University of Tennessee women's basketball coach Pat Summitt will be awarded the Medal of Freedom by President Barack Obama — Rodrigo (@RodrigoEBR) April 19, 2012 Legendary women’s basketball coach Pat Summitt sent tears to the eyes of many sports fans on Wednesday when she announced she was stepping down as head coach of the […]
Earlier this month when Stan Van Gundy said he knows star player Dwight Howard has asked management to fire him, the two reportedly sat down together and decided to do their jobs by finishing out the season without any additional controversy.
So much for that!