The NFL and other professional football.
(if this post seems out of order, it should have been up Saturday night, ah, technology.)
USC has gone back to the NCAA infractions committee in hopes of having their football bowl ban and other punishments reduced. The Trojans are basing their appeal on the recently discovered section of the rulebook best known as the Auburn-Ohio State codicil.
Over 78,000 fans showed up at Auburn University’s Jordan-Hare Stadium to celebrate the team’s national championship. Makes sense, many of them wanted just to make sure they saw the trophy before the NCAA takes it back.
Okay, so California this year had exactly zero good NFL teams. On the other hand, game time temperature in Chicago Sunday afternoon was 19 degrees. In Pittsburgh, 15 degrees. Before wind chill. So how about those Giants?
In the spirit of bi-partisanism, many lawmakers in Washington D.C. will be sitting during the State of the Union with rivals and colleagues they might barely talk with at other times. In fact, rumor has it Bill might even sit with Hillary.
Pope Benedict XVI told priests Saturday to try to do a better job with pre-marriage counselling, adding that no one has an “absolute right” to a wedding. Yes, and who better to decide the potential viability of a marriage than a bunch of theoretically celibate men?
That video of the woman texting and walking into the fountain has become one of the most popular of the year. The only problem? The number of accidents caused by people watching it on their phones and/or fowarding it to their friends while driving.
The state of California, once again, is in dire financial straits and may have to issue IOUs. But former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger could actually help the state out for a change. Now that he is out of office, he could soon be back paying taxes on his profits from lousy movies.
Finally, on the anniversary of Roe V. Wade: Speakerof the House John Boehner likes to tout how important anti-choice legislation is to him and the GOP.
But I have a question, while reasonable people can disagree on the abortion issue, how anyone possibly claim to be both “Pro” life, and “Anti” banning assault weapons?Explore posts in the same categories: political jokes, sports jokes, Uncategorized comment below, or link to this permanent URL from your own site.