With the NFL lock-out still looming, players have been forced to reassess their lives, search their souls, and take on new challenges. Some may even go a different career route altogether. While it’s not a stretch to believe that the average NFL’er might find himself stocking shelves at Home Depot (since they never actually went to class during their college days), the Manning brothers’ non-football related career options seem extraordinarily bright. Check out the duo as they protect the streets of Anytown, USA from the scumbags and lowlifes that seek to wreak havoc on civilization.
*Note the 2:00 mark. Eli’s inaccuracy has carried over from the 2010 season into his off the field work. This could be a problem.
Trying to Explain Technology to Your Parents
I’m not a parent (thankfully). But I know kids can be a hassle because, well, I used to be a kid. These hassles can come in a variety of forms, but one of the most common difficulties experienced by parents is the nightly ritual of trying to get your kid to go sleep. I’m sure plenty of parents have felt like screaming, “Just go the f*#k to sleep!” Well, now all those frustrated parents can do it by proxy thanks to Adam Mansbach and his literary creation, a cutely illustrated children’s book entitled Go the F–k to Sleep.
An idea gift for:
- Baby showers
- First communions
- Or anytime
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I never listen to the radio. It’s honestly been somewhere around 15 years since the last time I willfully tuned in to a radio station. Obviously, this means that my exposure to what’s new in the world of pop music is limited and fleeting, but it’s enough to know that I have no interest in 98% of what’s out there. It’s enough to know that I would still hate Chris Brown’s music even if he wasn’t a farm fresh douche bag. With the exception of an SNL performance, I’ve never been inclined to sit through a whole song of his.
Apparently, “Look at Me Now” is a Chris Brown hit. It features Lil’ Wayne (not a fan) and Busta Rhymes (a shadow of his former self). Well, it seems the previously-unknown-to-me duo of Karmin is very familiar with “Look at Me Now;” so familiar, in fact, they remade it. Despite my own lack of familiarity with the original, I’m convinced that the Karmin version blows it out of the water.
Call me an idiot, but when that girl’s album drops, I’m coppin’!
I’m only half joking when I say the following song could very well be one of the greatest songs ever. Yeah it’s absurd, but in a good way. And the video? It just works. I was more entertained by this than by 81.7% of “mainstream” videos I’ve seen in the past 3 years.
Carlos Knight & The Bay City Boys – “Champion of My Heart”