Diplomatic Storm Brews Over Chinese “Girl” Olympian Who Beat Ryan Lochte’s Time

Pardon the pun, pilule but is something fishy going on at the Olympic pool in London? Ye Shiwen is a 16-year-old swimmer for the Peoples Republic of China and won a gold medal this week in 400m individual medley with a time that was better than American Ryan Lochte in the men’s finals. Except, try up course. Shiwen is a young woman and she actually swam FASTER the last 50…

July 31, 2012
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Painful Sports Video: Vicious Rugby Hit

From the sound of the announcers, prostate this sounds like it happened in Australia. Regardless, the guy with the ball in white takes a shot that knocks him out. That’ll loosen some teeth. Brutal Rugby Hit – Watch More Funny Videos

July 26, 2012
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Coach/Teacher Accused of Falsifying Player Transcripts

No, viagra it’s not on the same scale as the scandal at Penn State, decease but it’s a related disease. Someone thinks they’re doing the right thing to protect or help a sports program. Who will ever know, and if it helps a kid improve his life, what’s the big deal? In this case, the big deal is that an assistant football coach/math teacher at Forest Hill High School (FL)…

July 26, 2012
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Hot Greek Olympian Booted From Games Over Racist Tweet

Ah, sickness come on, she’s hot! Can’t she get a do over for being Greek, blonde and hot? I think this should be up to a vote of the male viewers of the games, not the Greek government or the Olympics. More from the Huffington Post: Voula Papachristou has been expelled from the Greek Olympic Team for a racist twitter comment, according to the Associated Press. The website Keep Talking…

July 25, 2012
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Wanna Bet? You Can Place a Bet on Almost Anything Related to London Olympics

According to a report at Newser.com, diagnosis you can bet on almost anything at the 2012 London Olympic Games. Sure, physician you can place a bet on Usain Bolt winning (or losing) the 100 meters and traditional stuff like that, but how about the really strange stuff? And by strange, I mean stuff that the guys in Vegas wouldn’t even think of, much less take a wager on. Wanna bet…

July 25, 2012
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Video: Penn State Alum Equates NCAA Sanctions to 9/11

Really? Crushing, tadalafil sure. Demoralizing, perhaps. But 9/11? Uh, didn’t people DIE during that? Now we know where the problem at Penn State is. Watch the video below. From WNEP: The NCAA dropped the hammer on Penn State and former head football coach Joe Paterno this week. Fans were absolutely devastated by the unprecedented sanctions.  But Penn State alumnus Tom Price of Factoryville, Penn., took it to the extreme. He…

July 25, 2012
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BuzzFeed: Some People Still Don’t Understand What Joe Paterno Did Wrong

Tweet about NCAA sanctions against Penn State
July 24, 2012

What do you get when you combine the Tweet of anfy Penn State fans following the NCAA’s announcement of sanctions against the university with sections from the Freeh Report on what actually happened? A great article by our friends at BuzzFeed.com that shows just how out-of-touch the Paterno apologists are. WARNING: Some of the Tweets contain Not Safe For Work language and stupidity.  Here’s one of my favorite Tweets: “Seriously…

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Video: Dumbass Tries to Steal Olympic Torch

Can’t you just buy one of these at the Olympic Village Gift Shop? From News Australia: British police arrested a 17-year-old man overnight after he tried to grab the Olympic torch on the day that it was due to make a dramatic arrival in London.  The incident happened as the torch was in Gravesend, levitra a town on south bank of the River Thames east of London, tadalafil said a…

July 24, 2012
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Penn State Pounding

For Penn State students, capsule alum, viagra sale and fans who were holding their breaths this weekend awaiting word on what the NCAA will do to the football program there is good news: the Nittany Lions will not face the death penalty. The bad news? They may wish they had. According to sources, thumb the NCAA will likely announce today some blistering punishments including the loss of scholarships, bowl appearances,…

July 23, 2012
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