Cross-Dressing Alert!

Interesting news last night out of St. Louis, where the Blues announced that they’ll be marking the start of the baseball season by wearing Cardinals jerseys for pregame warm-ups on April 11.

I’m a bit conflicted about this one. On the one hand, it’s cool to see a city’s teams cooperating, collaborating, acknowledging each . . . → Read More: Cross-Dressing Alert!

Closet Case, Vol. 8: My Favorite Kind of Garment, in My Favorite Colors

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As most of you know by now, I love varsity jackets and I love the color scheme of green and gold. Oddly enough, though, I’ve never owned a green/gold varsity jacket — until now.

I got this beauty on eBay . . . → Read More: Closet Case, Vol. 8: My Favorite Kind of Garment, in My Favorite Colors

Cliven Bundy Was Unavailable for Comment

Sometimes the outside-the-lines part of the sports world creates a ripple effect that has consequences within a given game. And sometimes those consequences are uni-related.

That was the case yesterday in Oakland, as the Clippers’ players felt the need to respond to the racist remarks attributed over the weekend to team owner Donald Sterling. . . . → Read More: Cliven Bundy Was Unavailable for Comment

The Greatest Sleeve Patch in the History of Ever

If you know anything about how the poultry industry works (and/or if you’ve seen the amazing Dirty Jobs segment that’s embedded above — if you haven’t seen it before, it’s definitely worth watching), then you know that baby chicks are separated by gender very soon after being hatched, so that the females can be . . . → Read More: The Greatest Sleeve Patch in the History of Ever