- Geek & Sci-Fi
In case you missed it yesterday, the Huntsville Stars minor league team had planned a ballpark promotion called “Second Amendment Night,” featuring free admission with an NRA membership and a bunch of gun raffles.
I don’t do things like “watch the news” or “read” but I’m awake long enough during the day to know that gun control is a pretty controversial topic here in the good, ol’ U.
This is supposed to be a picture of a 40-person girls softball brawl.
Grumpy Cat, the little Ron Swanson in the form of a snowshoe cat, is now the subject of The Grumpy Cat Art Project to raise money for a playground.
Used with forgiveness/permission. As someone whose football allegiances are of the professional variety, from time to time I have to suffer through college football beat writers and bloggers saying something along the lines of, "Here's a secret: College football is the superior football.
Hard to believe it was only two years ago that Gene Chizik hoisted the BCS national championship trophy after overseeing a 14-0 Auburn team--led by quarterback Cam Newton and defensive standout Nick Fairley--that was one of the most dominating squads in recent memory.
In case you'd forgotten that Alabama sports fans still think "you are gay" is the best possible insult for rival teams, feast your proud, heterosexual eyes on these Spanish Fort High School students and their "Purple.
The man at the top of the Tuscaloosa, Alabama County Sheriff's Office is a meth cook named Walter White. Let that sink in for a minute.
Usually when a school in the deep south wants to insult a rival, they print out a bunch of stickers of Calvin from Calvin & Hobbes pissing on their logo or something and plaster them on the windows of their trucks, and an entire school of rednecks end up with a child urinating on their car forever and we move on with our lives.
Thank God Saturday is just one day away.
Meet Kimberly, Alabama's Vince Gilham, the 44-year-old Jefferson County deputy who won The Birmingham News' "Ultimate Man Cave" contest, Tide Rolling country's "quest to find the most elaborate set-up to watch college football on Saturdays".
Overheard recently on the campus of the University of Alabama: Rylee: "You guys, what are we gonna do for rush week this year.
As the bumper stickers like to say, children are our future.
A 12-year old girl in North Carolina has been introduced to the wonderful world of male chauvinism a little earlier than her parents expected, after she received some candy hearts.
An Alabama law firm is suing Taco Bell over accusations that the pseudo-Mexican fast food chain is not living up to government standards with its meat.
Let me start by saying the answer to the second question is an emphatic yes, but first let's talk about Facebook's big thingy.
Dale Peterson stormed the Internet last month when his ass-kicking, gun-toting campaign ad for Alabama's Agriculture Commissioner went viral, scaring us all so thoroughly that we collectively decided not to steal yard signs or be illegal immigrants.
If April showers bring May flowers, then May campaign ads bring out a swath of good ol' boys with a touch of crazy. With primary elections just around the corner, inner-party campaigns are swinging for the fences. Candidates on the same sides of battle lines are laying into each other about who is more American, whose voting record is more attune to party issues, and who could more accurately represent the constituency. Or, if you're Dale Peterson -- Alabama Agriculture Commissioner GOP candidate -- you're just trying to make sure thugs and criminals aren't keeping voters in the dark about just how much money an Ag Commish controls. How much money, you ask? Five billion dollars, that's how much. According to this amazing display of Americanism, Dale Peterson has been a farmer, a businessman, a cop, a Marine during Vietnam, and, as I imagine, a patient at St.