The new March Madness? ESPN announced that Sunday’s cornhole tournament at Dale’s Dip & Drink in Clunge, Virginia will be “the biggest live televised sporting event available this weekend” after many leagues have cancelled their events due to coronavirus concerns.
With the baseball world abuzz with the Houston Astros cheating scandal, Yankees legend Alex Rodriguez confessed to reporters Wednesday that he had “banged a few trashcans during (his) career,” including banging trashcans to cheat.
Amid some level of public backlash over ticket prices, Rage Against the Machine issued a statement assuring followers that their wealth will trickle down to fans over time.
Despite binders full of women suddenly thinking Romney is the best thing since bayonets, recent polling indicates that as many as 47% of women say they are never going to support him.
Doctors believe that if the coronavirus has information which could lead to Hillary’s arrest, it will be contained quickly and mysteriously smother itself to death within months.
Congressman Rand Kirger (I-VA) defended the choices, telling the Observer, “Kid Rock did that cowboy thing. I mean, come on … who doesn’t love the cowboy thing?”