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Even Dogs Have Parenting Issues

You know what, I feel for the male dog (Damian) in the situation. He was trying his best to not be a deadbeat dad and spend some time with his kid, but the mother (Giana) wasn’t having any of it. I don’t know what Damian did to put himself in this situation but he really fucked up. He fucked up so bad that Dr. Doolittle couldn’t even solve the problem. Was he checking out some other ass at the dog park while Giana was with him? Was he on the phone while the child was being born? I have no clue. All I know is Damian was trying his best to be there when it counts for his child but Giana had other thoughts. Giana shouldn’t be surprised when Damian walks out on her in a couple of months because she’s acting like a class A bitch.

I pray this relationship works out and the baby has both parents there with her. No puppy should ever grow up without both parents. #PrayForDamianAndGiana

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Margot Robbie Playing Flip Cup On The Tonight Show Is Wonderful

Margot Robbie is by far the hottest young actress in the game today. If you haven’t bought stock in her by now then it’s not too late. Sure there will always be ScarJo, Jessica Alba, Sofia Vergara and many more who have won our hearts, but they’re getting there in age. Sure 30+ may not seem that old to us normal folk, but 30+ in Hollywood is equivalent to 50. Now I’ll always love ScarJo and Alba but I’ll take a Margot Robbie at 24 over them right now. Ok maybe not ScarJo, but you get the point. Margot  has that sexy Aussie accent going for her, an outstanding body, has worked with Leo and Will Smith and is an outstanding flip cup player. She’s the full package. If you haven’t bought stock in her by now then you can’t see real talent.

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Shoutout to Jimmy Fallon for sending the real message behind that flip cup game. Setting up the prize to look like a dick is a veteran move and letting her win it would have set up for a great after show. Too bad she’s off the market

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Buzz Feed Has Reached An All Time Low By Asking People What Color A Prom Dress Is

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Fuck Buzz Feed. I could deal with all their click bate titles and dumb “which horrible tv show character are you” surveys but debating the color of a prom dress is where I draw the line. The fact that they made a debate about whether or not a prom dress is white and gold or black and blue a trending topic on Twitter is absurd. Buzz Feed as a whole needs to be shut down ASAP. And everyone who took the time out of their day to debate on whether this dress is white/gold or blue/black need to be banned from life.

That being said, the dress is obvs white and gold. Anyone who thinks it’s blue and black is flat-out colorblind.

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Everyone Needs To Calm Down About Chris Paul Calling Out Female Referee Lauren Holtkamp For Bad Officiating

So if you didn’t watch the Cavs v. Clippers tonight here’s a very quick recap of the game

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Chris Paul, Doc Rivers, DeAndre Jordan and Matt Barnes (Twice) all got technical fouls called on them in what seemed like a timespan of 5-10 minutes. It was the strangest sequence of tech’s I’ve ever seen watching basketball. Should have all those tech’s been called? Probably not. CP3 just wanted to inbound the ball right away, DeAndre Jordan yelled “GodDammit” after scoring on Kevin Love, Matt Barnes hit the ball out of Kevin Loves hand after a foul call (to get his 1st tech), Doc Rivers flipped out over a call and Matt Barnes argued another call which led to his ejection. In my eyes only Doc and Barnes should have gotten techs for arguing calls. This isn’t the point of this blog though.

After the game Chris Paul called out the officiating for this game, specifically Lauren Holtkamp who called the majority of these technicals.

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If Chris Paul says this about a male ref then this isn’t a big story at all. But since CP3 called out a ref, who happens to be a girl, for doing a horrible job tonight it makes national headlines. And since he said “this might now be for her” people are going to blow this out of proportion even more.

Chris Paul said absolutely nothing wrong. Holtkamp did a horrible job officiating tonight so she deserves to receive criticism from the players. If she did a good job officiating this game then CP3 or any other player wouldn’t have said anything. Simple as that.  And to use the excuse of “Holtkamp is a rookie official” is complete bullshit. Sure rookie refs are going to make more mistakes here and there but not when it comes to calling technicals. If she any ref can’t handle players emotions then maybe she they should either go back down to officiating D-League games or go find a new profession because players emotions are a big part of the game.

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Cat In Florida Claws Its Way Out Of Its Own Grave 5 Days After Being Buried

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TAMPA, Fla. –

If ever the “Cats have nine lives” cliche was appropriate, it would be for Bart the miracle cat.

Not only was Bart hit by a car, he was buried alive. Five days later, he clawed his way back to life.

The Human Society of Tampa Bay released a statement to ABC, explaining what happened to Bart after his owner discovered that he had been hit by a car:

“The cat appeared to be lifeless and the owner buried him. Five days later, the cat showed up in a neighbors yard, alive!”

How does the Humane Society believe the cat pulled off the feat? It wasn’t easy, even for this resilient little guy.

“He had dug himself out of the grave and slowly made his way back home, albeit in weak, dehydrated and in need of medical attention,” the society explained.

He had wounds on his face, a broken jaw and a ruined eye. The owner couldn’t afford vet treatments, so the cat was taken to the Humane Society, which is now taking care of him.

Unfortunately Bart still has a long road ahead of him. He is unable to eat because he is in so much pain. Tuesday he will undergo surgery, when the society will wire his jaw, repair his palette, insert a temporary feeding tube and remove his damaged eye. 

There is good news, though, for Bart the miracle cat: The society believes he will be at home recovering soon.

Fuck that shit! That family needs to murder that cat ASAP. And if that family doesn’t do it then I will. I don’t need some two-face looking devil cat crawling around in the same country I live in. I don’t give a shit either that it’s in Florida and I’m in Massachusetts. I could go to bed tonight in my safe house and wake up to Devil Cat doing Devil Cat things in my house. That’s how creatures like that work. Plus there’s already enough for me to worry about like ISIS, the Patriots winning the Superbowl, my college GPA ect. so Devil Cat just needs to leave the United States the World immediately.

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DeflateGate Is A Joke And The Colts Should Be Embarrassed For Bringing It To The Public Eye

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The NFL has found that 11 of the New England Patriots‘ 12 game balls were inflated significantly below the NFL’s requirements, league sources involved and familiar with the investigation of Sunday’s AFC Championship Game told ESPN.

The investigation found the footballs were inflated 2 pounds per square inch below what’s required by NFL regulations during the Pats’ 45-7 victory over the Indianapolis Colts, according to sources.

“We are not commenting at this time,” said Greg Aiello, the NFL’s senior vice president of communications.

Troy Vincent, the league’s senior executive vice president of football operations, told The Associated Press late Tuesday in response to this report that the “investigation is currently underway, and we’re still awaiting findings.” He told “Pro Football Talk with Mike Florio on NBC Sports Radio” earlier Tuesday that the NFL expected to wrap up its investigation in “two or three days.”

Yet to be determined is what, if any, penalties may be imposed upon the Patriots. One source described the league as “disappointed … angry … distraught” after spending considerable time on the findings earlier Tuesday.

Part of the investigation that needs further vetting is how the 11 footballs became underinflated.

The game balls that each team received for preparation were required to be inspected and approved by referee Walt Anderson two hours and 15 minutes before kickoff, then returned to a ball attendant.

No alteration of footballs is allowed once they are approved, under league rules and regulations.

The balls are required to be inflated between 12.5 and 13.5 pounds per square inch and weigh between 14 and 15 ounces.

“We have been in complete cooperation with the league and will continue to do so,” Patriots spokesman Stacey James said.

The NFL began looking into the issue because doctoring the footballs could provide a competitive advantage, compromising the integrity of the game.

Deflating a football can change the way it’s gripped by a player or the way it travels through the air. Under NFL rules, each team provides balls each game for use when its offense is on the field. The balls are inspected before the game by the officiating crew, then handled during the game by home-team personnel.

Colts tight end Dwayne Allen, however, said on Twitter that the issue still didn’t affect the outcome of the game.

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Patriots coach Bill Belichick earlier Tuesday deferred questions about the investigation, saying reporters should ask league officials. Belichick earlier said he wasn’t aware there was an issue until Monday morning and promised to “cooperate fully with whatever the league wants us to, whatever questions they ask.”

Belichick, of course, was fined $500,000 in 2007 for having an assistant spy on the New York Jets‘ defensive signals.

Special-teams captain Matthew Slater said the Patriots “try to do things the right way. We work hard at our jobs, our professions, to be successful and it’s unfortunate that things like this come up, but that’s life, that’s the world we live in.”

Colts coach Chuck Pagano said he did not notice issues with the football and didn’t specify when asked whether the Colts had reported the issue to officials.

“We talk just like they talk to officials [before the game],” he said. “We have an opportunity to talk to the officials about a lot of things.”

Some Colts players — punter Pat McAfee and cornerback Darius Butler — took to Twitter on Tuesday night to give their spin on the situation.

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Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman said the footballs didn’t feel different than usual.

And defensive tackle Vince Wilfork seemed amused by the matter and didn’t shed any light on it.

“I don’t know anything about that,” he said. “I don’t touch footballs. I tackle people.”

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said on his ESPN Milwaukee radio show that he didn’t like how referees who inspected balls before games take air out of the balls.

Hall of Fame wide receiver Jerry Rice voiced his opinion on Twitter, saying that all but one football being under-inflated was too much of a coincidence.

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The ONLY reason deflategate is a story is because the known “cheaters”aka the New England Patriots are involved. You take the Patriots out of the equation and you have a small 2-5 minute segment on Sportscenter and that’s it.
Proof of that is right here with the Panthers and Vikings back in November.

Teams across the NFL will do anything to get any advantage. Brad Johnson (yea that Brad Johnson) paid people off to tamper with footballs in the Superbowl, the Saints used bountygate to reward players for big hits, and even the Colts pumped in crowd noise during home games. I’m 100% sure there are a million more cases all across the NFL where teams cheat one way or another. And I don’t blame the teams for doing so at all.

If you can get any advantage to help you win then you take it, whether it’s legal or not. In some cases you get caught. In some cases you don’t. That’s the nature of the game.

If the NFL truly wanted to take care of problems like this then they would have already. All they’d have to do is have the refs check the ball right before the game starts. If the ball doesn’t pass inspection then the team is down a ball. Simple as that.

So don’t go after the Patriots for trying to win at all costs. Go after Goodell for having a flawed system.

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1st Annual College Football Student Assistant Awards

As the 2014-2015 College Football Season comes to a close, it would only be right to honor those who don’t see all the glory.


Student Assistant Heisman Award: Best Overall Student Assistant

Red Lightning- Florida State University

Red Lightning come onto the scene last season during Florida State’s championship run. While showing very surprising speed, Red Lightning also displayed true loyalty. Every time a Florida State player was caught up in enemy territory, Red Lightning was the first person there to make sure they got out alive. Red Lightning just had all the intangibles of a Heisman winner and that’s why he’s taking home the 1st ever Student Assistant Heisman.

Bo Jackson Award: Fastest Student Assistant In The Nation

Ball Boy- University of Auburn

Ball Boy from Auburn was the clear cut winner of the Bo Jackson Speed Award. The video speaks for itself. Show me another Ball Boy who can run step for step with a division 1 wide receiver. You can’t.

Ndamukong Suh Award: Student Assistant Who Left It All On The Field

Mike Richardson- Texas A&M University

I want Mike Richardson in my corner everyday. He’s someone who’s gonna fight for you till the final bell rings. You saw how he got those West Virginia players off the sideline. Just vicious elbows and haymakers right at their heads to get them off his sideline. The reason he wins the Ndamukong Suh award is because resembles Suh the most. They both play/assist with a certain edge that most people don’t like.

Tiquan Underwood Award: Greatest Student Assistant Flattop In The Nation

Ball Boy- University of Oregon

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Ball Boy from Oregon might be the only Student Assistant with a flattop so he won by default. Even if there were other Student Assistants with flattops I don’t think any of theirs would beat out Ball Boy from Oregon. He swagger out his flattop just as much as Oregon swags out their uniforms.

Lou Holtz Award Of Pothitivity: Award That Honors The Student Assistant With The Best Attitude

Caleb Pressly- University of North Carolina

Caleb Pressly’s positive attitude on and off the field is what wins him the Lou Holtz Award Of Pothitivity. He’s on the sidelines spreading positive vibes all while repping a different NFL jersey of a UNC Graduate*. I think UNC would have been lucky to win 1 game without Pressly. With him they won 6. He was the true game changer the team needed.

*JK, we all know UNC doesn’t graduate any athletes legally

This wraps up the 1st Annual College Football Student Assistant Awards. There were hundreds of candidates to choose from but the 5 picked by PlanB Sports truly deserved their awards. I’m sure next season there will be more awards up for grabs with new winners