Time for our first wire service round-up of 2014. The first five of these come from Jeff Wilk, the next one is from Jared Wheeler, and the rest are from Bruce Menard. My thanks to all of them. Here we go:
• Why are these baseball players wearing sneakers? Because, as you can see . . . → Read More: There’s No Service Like Wire Service, Vol. 49
Bizarre scene last night in San Antonio, as Spurs guard Manu Ginóbili’s left sneaker gave out (or, in the somewhat hyperbolic parlance of the broadcasters in the video shown above, “exploded”) in the midst of a play. Never seen anything like that before.
The best part: The footwear in question was made by you-know-who. . . . → Read More: Giving New Meaning to the Term ‘Wardrobe Malfunction’
For all photos in today’s post, you can click to enlarge
[Editor’s Note: Today we have a guest entry from Karl Dentino, who’s going to enlighten us regarding a DIY modification he made to an interesting football board game. Enjoy. ”” PL]
By Karl Dentino
In 1967 I . . . → Read More: Play Action, Pump Fake — Checkmate!
Occasionally you come across something so perfect, so obvious, so right, that you (a) can’t wait to share it with everyone you know and (b) can’t believe you didn’t think of it yourself.
Such is the case with the T-shirt you see above. It was designed by a guy named Yuri Psinakis and . . . → Read More: You Should Own This T-Shirt (or one very much like it)