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WWE wants to know why you don't like Roman Reigns, but they want the answer on their terms.
Half of Illinois, Connecticut, and Maryland would move to another state given the opportunity.
The folks at Open Bible have been tracking what people claim they've given up for Lent on Twitter and the results are rather uninspiring.
After Variety loosely tied 'Noah' to a survey from Faith Based Consumers, Paramount issued a statement about the film's acceptance from religious people.
According to Public Policy Polling, more Americans like having hemorrhoids than they like Congress. Sounds about right.
More than 3,900 Pornhub viewers voted to name the "Hottest Jewish Celebrity Babe" and the results won't shock you at all.
Who threw the better suplex this week, sumo monster Byamba or New York Jets cornerback Ellis Lankster?
America thinks Alabama is ugly, New York is arrogant, and more findings from a revealing poll.
This week, the Wednesday Dunk Battle goes high concept -- what, scientifically speaking, constitutes the "best slam dunk.
Slam dunks happen, and when they do, it's important to know which one was best.
Someone sent me the above image the other day – original version here – and I have no idea what game it’s from or when it was taken, but it’s fantastic.
So, here's the deal: I've got a $10 Gift Card to Amazon, and there's nothing on the release schedule next week you, gentle readers, have been clamoring that I try and review.
Normally this would be the place I'd hype our Best And Worst Of WWE Smackdown Live-Blog, but tonight is the big UFC 141 event live on pay-per-view from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, and we're keeping it real.
So, we're coming up on the end of the year, which means lists, which means we like to ask you, our gentle reader, to weigh in.
British movie rental company Lovefilm recently released the results of a reader poll that asked which films people lied about having seen.
Hot off of David Stern’s remarks about the Orlando Magic’s poor play and his expectations of silence, Stan Van Gundy is being dragged a little further through the proverbial mud today, as a new Sports Illustrated poll of 138 NBA players declares him far and away the most annoying coach in the NBA.