So Revis isn't going to Atlanta?
- Geek & Sci-Fi
That "Full House" sequel everyone is reporting today is based on a seven-month-old April Fool's joke. JOURNALISM.
With all the concern about catfishing going on out there, people forget about more garden-variety Internet scams, like people who get others to send them money for nothing.
Next copyright claim: foam headset and spangled jersey In case you're wondering why Robert Griffin III is in a big rush to trademark things like "RGIII" and the "Unbelievably Believable" phrase from his Heisman acceptance speech, here's a handy object lesson as to why.
Students, faculty and a bunch of townies at the University of Tennessee-Martin enjoy nothing much than walking around on expensive fake grass.
Yesterday brought news that Sacha Baron Cohen was goofing on Palestinians and Israelis with delicious puns that go well with pita bread.
Roadside Attractions agreed to distribute "Beer For My Horses" because the only thing the world needs more than a vigilante film starring Toby Keith (and based on a Keith song), Willie Nelson, Ted Nugent and the ghost of Merle Haggard is a giant ray that beams American values into space.
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