The greatest of all time calls it quits!

Obama Crosses the line twice!

Game Over!

We're finally out of Iraq.

99 Problems

He got 99 problems but Mitt ain't done.


20+ weird things you may or may not have wanted to know about Sarah Palin.

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Picture of the day

Currently in the state of Michigan, the legality of banning gay marriage is on trial. The entire case stems from a Detroit-area couple who want to adopt each other's children but can't due to not being married, and they can't get married because they're a lesbian couple. To change this, the two women decided to sue the state of Michigan to get the 2004 ban on gay marriage overturned. As expected, this issue is a deeply emotional one that brings out people on all sides of the issue to debate about it.

Seeing as this trial is not only taking place in my town, but literally down the street from where I attend college, I had to stop by and see the swirl of activity surrounding the courthouse. As I stepped off the bus and in to the 12 degree weather with the chorus to Lil Jon and the East Side Boyz's "Knockin Heads Off" blaring in my earbuds, I could see a crowd near the federal courthouse. There were news vans, cameras, random people walking back and forth from office building to office building and none of them stood out as much as the silent protest in front of the steps. They literally said nothing while walking back and forth in a loop in front of the building. The closest any of them came to speaking to me was the nasty look I got when I asked if I could snap a photo of them. I guess it's better than having my morals questioned. Those photos are below.

Monday, February 24, 2014

John Dingell to retire

John Dingell, who represents Michigan's 12th congressional district, is set to retire this year. John has served in congress since 1955 when he took over the seat that was held by his father. Of course, when you serve the public for almost 6 decades, you get to be there for a lot of huge moments such as the civil rights act, title IX and a myriad of military operations by the United States. To learn more about who might be replacing Detroit's favorite congressman, click on this sentence. To see his voting record, click on the picture of a 29 year old Dingell below.

UPDATE: His wife, Debbie Dingell, is apparently going to try to replace him in congress. Read about that right here.

Saturday, February 15, 2014

Another International Incident

The Olympics are in full swing and we've hit one of those big moments that the world was waiting for, the U.S. vs Russia in a very hyped hockey game. The game lived up to and exceeded expectations and even had me on the edge of my seat at 9am. Of course, while everyone enjoyed what turned out to be a thrilling victory for the Americans over a tough Russian team led by Detroit Red Wings star Pavel Datsyuk, the excitement may have been a bit of a distraction to the NBC graphics department.

Saturday, February 8, 2014

Video of the day

February is Black History Month. It's a time to celebrate the accomplishments and contributions of Black people to America. It's also the only time of year when we get complaints as to why there isn't a "white history month" despite the fact that every kid learns about white people everyday, even during black history month.

When celebrating Black history month, try not to look like an idiot like the school in the video below. Click, be amazed and share.

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Thursday, February 6, 2014

Video of the day!

Many of you may not know this but I occasionally like to watch videos of random TV things from around the planet. In particular, I have a bit of a fondness for Japanese game shows. From the mentally draining challenges to the physically demanding and nearly impossible scenarios, I am pretty hooked. This video is something that I wasn't aware of until today and now I'm sharing it with you. Be amazed at a game show prank that would get everyone sued in America.

Monday, February 3, 2014


Last night's super bowl was a pretty big blowout for the Seattle Seahawks who went on to win their first ever championship. Needless to say the night was a celebratory one for football fans and it was pretty hard to bring down the mood and ruin the party. Of course, this doesn't mean that it's impossible. During the press conference in which super bowl MVP Malcolm Smith expressed how being in the super bowl, winning the game and then being voted as the MVP was beyond anything he could have ever dreamed of as a youngster playing football with his friends, a guy decided to try to steal his thunder by babbling on about easily debunked conspiracies. Watch below as a guy who should have been searched and turned away by security ends up on ESPN.