#Fox News

‘GFY Fat Boy': Reporters From Fox And CNBC Get Into Bizarre, Childish, Highly Personal Twitter Fight


Charlie Gasparino and Ron Insana engage in a nasty, name-calling, personal Twitter fight for the ages.


Patton Oswalt Shreds Humorless Website In Necessary Twitter Beat Down


Patton Oswalt is NOT a guy you want to pick a Twitter fight with, folks.

#south park

Russell Crowe Has Turned Into The ‘South Park’ Parody Of Himself


Russell Crowe has become the 'South Park' version of himself. All it took was access to Twitter and a (we assume) napping publicist.


Darren Rovell Is A Gentleman And The Best Of The Playboy Super Bowl Party


Back when I was the editor of my student newspaper in college, I drew the ire and attention of the local chapter of the National Organization of Women after I wrote a harmless entertainment editorial about how the James Bond franchise should be celebrated for creating empowering characters in the Bond girls.


@Storytime: The Random Twitter Feud Of Gilbert Arenas And Joe Mande


Yesterday, when I suggested that Orlando Magic guard Gilbert Arenas should or at least could become the face of the NBA players’ resistance to the accusations that they’re to blame for the terrible contracts the owners gave them, I really wanted to throw together a sampler of his ridiculously stupid, T-shirt Hell-esque Twitter avatars that usually feature corny phrases like “Let’s play GI Joe – I’ll lay down and you blow the hell out of me.

#LeBron James

@Storytime: How To Hurt Tim Tebow's Feelings


As hard as you try, it's hard to hate nearly-aborted Denver Broncos quarterback and college football hugging legend Tim Tebow.

twitter fight!

Today’s Twitter Fight: Jamie Kennedy Vs. Gamers

Here's how obscure Kennedy's disastrous turn as an emcee at a press conference for Activision five years ago actually was: this was literally the first I've heard of it.


It is Hard to Tweet for Two Hours


What's better than reading about soccer on the Internet.


NASCAR Reporter Fired For Being A Fan


As a casual fan of NASCAR, I’ll be the first to admit that watching cars turn left can be incredibly intense at times, so that’s why I was a little upset when I read a story about Sports Illustrated recently firing NASCAR writer Tom Bowles for cheering in the press box after 20-year old rookie Trevor Bayne took the checkered flag at the Daytona 500 on Feb.

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