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Things don't feel quite right in the universe unless "Boardwalk Empire" actress Paz de la Huerta is pissing people off while her breasts desperately try to free themselves from her clothing, and I'm happy to report that everything is totally normal.
I spent three and a half years writing Dugouts for AOL FanHouse, and only a few topics were taboo.
In a situation that calls for both 1,000 and zero jokes, Washington Redskins defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth has been officially charged with misdemeanor sexual abuse for ordering food at a hotel, then paying for it in the grossest possible way.
Let's face it, if the state of Arizona was a person, it'd be an assh*le -- that old, loud, inbred, racist uncle whose DNA link to you makes you cringe just thinking about it.
Update: Dan Snyder is maybe not the nicest and coolest guy to ever run a football team.
The Daily Mail recently posed the question: “Is El-Hadji Diouf the most hated man in soccer football.
Last week Regis Philbin announced his departure from "Live with Regis and Kelly," a show he's hosted since his co-host was in middle school.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers may have trounced the Atlanta Falcons 48-21 on Saturday, but it’s his pregame behavior that is earning him A**hole of the Week awards from many sites around these here interwebs.
Video is popping up everywhere of the brazen Miami Heat “fan” who wore his brand new LeBron James jersey to Wednesday night’s Cleveland Indians game at Progressive Field.
You ever hold a door open for someone, and they don't say "thank you".
Ashton Kutcher is making a football movie called Traded, a soon-to-be huge piece of shit.
I don't watch "Wife Swap" because the title describes something that should be way more sexy than the reality of the show, so I missed the recent episode in which the liberal-elite Stephen Fowler of San Francisco traded his life-coach wife for Gayla Long, a well-meaning Missouri simpleton.
Joaquin Phoenix took his Andy Kaufmanesque "acting and grooming bore me" character to Letterman last night, and poor Dave had to deal with terse, one-word answers and general dickishness throughout the painfully awkward interview.
PETA literally does nothing all day but send crackpot letters to organizations in the hope that some wire service makes a story about it, and one recent letter was crazy enough to garner the attention which PETA so desperately craves.
Future home of asshole fans Despite being richer than pharaohs, the Yankees have saddled the city of New York with more than twice as much money as the city agreed to chip in for the new Yankee Stadium.
Baseball's winter meetings weren't all about blockbuster trades and big-name free agents.
Dolphins owner Wayne Huizenga has spent the better part of the last two decades screwing over whichever Florida sports teams he could get his hands on, but now he's finally ready to minimize his tightfisted mismanagement by selling most of his share of the team to partial owner John Ross.
While I've been directing most of my ire about the Sonics' move to Oklahoma at David Stern and Clay Bennett, Aubrey McClendon (pictured) was the Chesapeake Energy (CHK) CEO/billionaire who was bankrolling the criminal collusion to steal the team from Seattle.