Sunday, September 7, 2014

Evening Thread - Sunday Edition

Tonight, on the WWE Network, it's a showing of Night of Champions 2012. That card included a Fatal 4 Way match for the IC title between champ The Miz, Rey Mysterio, Sin Cara and Cody Rhodes; R-Truth & Kofi Kingston defend the Tag Team championship against Kane & Daniel Bryan; US champ (the artist formerly known as Antonio) Cesaro defends against Zack Ryder; Randy Orton vs Dolph Ziggler; Divas champ Layla defends against Eve Torres; World Heavyweight Champ Sheamus defends against Alberto Del Rio; and the main event is WWE Champ CM Punk against John Cena.

ESPN Sunday night baseball has the Giants in Detroit to take on the Tigers, the pitching match is Tim Hudson against Kyle Lobstein.

NBC Sunday night NFL game has the Indianapolis Colts in Denver to face the Broncos.

Also, the season premiere of Boardwalk Empire is tonight. No spoilers in the comments section, please.

749 comments:

  1. How bout that Tony Romo, eh?

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  2. Mitch, The GodfatherSeptember 7, 2014 at 4:49 PM

    It's Colts vs. Broncos.

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  3. Ah, Night of Champions 2012, where Punk and Cena were well on their way to another MOTYC until a really shitty non-finish happened. And given that Cena got hurt after this and we never wound up with a follow-up rematch, time and perspective have not been kind to that ending.

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  4. I don't mind non-finishes at shitty B-level PPV's.

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  5. It was the right move if it meant the blowoff would happen at the next show or whenever Cena got healthy again, except that didn't end up happening.

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  6. Stranger in the AlpsSeptember 7, 2014 at 4:51 PM

    It's fixed, you football smart guy.


    I don't know where I got my information from.

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  7. About NJPW, Bullet Club last dance should be at WK9.

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  8. I don't remember this show at all, didn't realize there was a third Cena/Punk match.

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  9. It's a ****1/2, great ending.

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  10. Better than SummerSlam, not as good as MITB.

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  11. Between the way he was booked for the Bryan feud and the subsequent Del Rio feud, poor Sheamus never stood a chance, did he?

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  12. Nothing could top MITB.

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  13. He should be a smilin guy that loves to inflict pain on his opponents.

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  14. I know instinct is to lump Big Show on this list, too, but I actually liked the Sheamus/Big Show matches. Those were intense brawls.

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  15. They had 2 killer matches back to back, the first was actually ***1/2-****.

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  16. Big Show was weird during that time. I can't stand him but he actually had some good matches against Sheamus and then Del Rio.

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  17. Honestly, how depressing is it to look at that NOC 2012 card and realize that everyone on it is either in the exact same spot on the card or worse? This was two years ago!

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  18. There's a song from a late Brazilian singer called Cazuza, in the chorus he says this


    "I see the future repeat the past,
    I see a museum full of news".

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  19. So this weekend I decided to binge watch mad men because I had never seen it before. I wish women continued to dress that way today.
    Hot damn christina Hendricks is fine on that show.

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  20. Even progressive flo looks good on that show

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  21. On the flip side: how cool is it that 3 of the focal points of the company today hadn't even debuted. Reigns, Rollins, and Ambrose.

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  22. And who thought they were gonna go that far?

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  23. I'll be honest I thought WrestleMania 29 was gonna be Ryback getting his revenge on the Shield and that would be the end of their run.

    WWE knocked The Shield out of the park.

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  24. Well they let him beat Ziggler about 10,000 times.

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  25. They made look important. So when Bryan made one of them tap out it was a big deal.

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  26. To kill Ziggler's heat.

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  27. Also not as good as the Raw match with the piledriver.

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  28. That show takes place where I live. I wish I had started watching it when it premiered.

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  29. I think he was just too damn good at selling the Brogue kick. He should've went all Kevin Nash and just awkwardly fell down instead of doing the big Hennig bump.

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  30. Alison Brie looks better on it than on community

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  31. YankeesHoganTripleHFanSeptember 7, 2014 at 5:13 PM

    Is it sad that I have been looking forward to the sunday thread for the past two weeks? I am not home at night much and last weekend I was at my sisters wedding. I Think it's somewhat sad. Yes its sad.

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  32. YankeesHoganTripleHFanSeptember 7, 2014 at 5:15 PM

    Could be worse....someone could be dead.

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  33. Watching the best overbooked match ever from Over the Edge '98, Patterson introduces Brisco: "Some call him the reincarnation of Jim Thorpe, but we call him friend."

    L-O-L, this match fucking rules

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  34. I like the more subdued heel Vince than the Over the top version he became later.

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  35. That match was so awesome. Austin and Foley worked well together.

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  36. Oh god, the Patterson intro is killing me, "There is no way to explain how much our next guest means to us all, he's given us hope, love, understanding and the will to say 'Yes I Can'!" hahaha

    This intro is legend

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  37. Stranger in the AlpsSeptember 7, 2014 at 5:18 PM

    But I happily posted it. Is that sad also?

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  38. The match is legendary. Also Taker rocked in the endind.

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  39. And yeah, it's super weird seeing Vince come out to silence, I guess we didn't get No Chance until like Rumble of that year maybe

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  40. This match was Ridiculous Vince Russo Overbooking at its finest.

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  41. YankeesHoganTripleHFanSeptember 7, 2014 at 5:20 PM

    Well no. The Wedding was a ton of fun!!!

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  42. It's so weird, because I can't picture Vince coming out, without No Chance playing now.

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  43. Deadspin found this gem about the Browns - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DvziMXDoepM

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  44. "Ive got news for you, I'm not going to introduce a bum!" *crowd goes wild*

    Every single little thing about this is magical.

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  45. Something cool about this show, a different setting.

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  46. Those in charge apparently did, given the scope of their push from day one.

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  47. I thought it was a great finish, personally.

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  48. Vince goes to ring the bell...
    *dong*
    *Vince gulps*

    Fuck yes! I'm marking hard sixteen years later.

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  49. Stranger in the AlpsSeptember 7, 2014 at 5:32 PM

    I'm watching a Schoolhouse Rock tribute on ABC.


    For you younger BoDers, that's from when Saturday mornings didn't suck.

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  50. YankeesHoganTripleHFanSeptember 7, 2014 at 5:33 PM

    Forget that McMahon 3:16 says I just pissed my pants was awesome.

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  51. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomerySeptember 7, 2014 at 5:35 PM

    I'm just a bill,
    Yes, I'm only a bill,
    And I'm sitting here on Capitol Hill

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  52. There's a lot of flag-burners who have got too much freedom. I want to make it legal for policemen to beat'em cause there's limits to our liberty. At least I hope and pray that there are, cause those Liberal freaks go too far.

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  53. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomerySeptember 7, 2014 at 5:37 PM

    My receiving corps today: Brandon Cooks with 14 pts, Zach Ertz with 13 pts, Gronk with 10 points, Kelvin Shelton Benjamin with 15 pts, Andre Hawkins on the bench with 8 points, and my WR1 Emmanuel Sanders plays in an hour with no Wes Welker. That's a pretty solid Week 1 from that group; if only Brady and Charles pulled their weight.

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  54. "Vince is Gay" chants sixty seconds into the match, hahahaha, I miss the 90's


    JR's indignation at every reminder announcement is priceless stuff.

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  55. I always had that song in mind when Lee Marshall appeared on WCW TV. I can't really explain it.

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  56. Now you're catchin' on!

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  57. LOL

    http://deadspin.com/worlds-angriest-browns-fan-goes-on-worlds-angriest-brow-1631735116

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  58. I'm sorry to say again, but I'm happy.

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  59. Wow! Brodus Clay lost a lot of weight.

    But he needs to calm down.

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  60. Yep, then Russo tried to duplicate it about 18 times, with diminishing returns every single time.

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  61. I think that was at halftime

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  62. How come TBK? How come?!

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  63. I know it's not "mature" or can be offensive but I always laughed hard at the "___ is gay" chants or signs at the 90's-00's ECW and WWF events.

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  64. Stupid reasons, College is doing fine, I'm doing the stuff I want, I found someone that so far seems to like me.

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  65. Wait a second...are they really pushing Big Slow again?

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  66. Awesome man! Glad you are happy :D

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  67. I just want him to blow up like the guy in Big Trouble in Little China.

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  68. College Football. NFL. Leaves. Cooler Temperatures. Big Show getting main event pushes. All of these are synonymous with the Autumn season.

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  69. Daniel/Kane vs Kofi/Truth is one of my favorite tag title changes of all time.



    -The Hugging it out in the middle of the match, to a monstrous pop
    -"Why did you do that?" "He was gonna kick your head off!!" "Why did you pull me out of the ring??" "He was gonna kick your head off!!"
    -And the fluke pin as Daniel got angry at Kane and pushed him off the top rope.



    GOLD.

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  70. Yeah, 3 years ago I was trying to kill myself, so that's a advancement.

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  71. So that's a yes?!?!?!

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  72. About NJPW, I was skeptical about YOSHI-HASHI getting a title shot at the NEVER belt, but after the elimination match I believe he can deliver a good match. They just need to work the Bully Heel/smaller but valiant babyface formula.

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  73. I'd be fine with a Brock vs show match. Who else on that roster could he wrestle. Cesaro is DOA, and Vince doesn't want him with the shield guys yet. Its either big show or hhh part 4 (god no)

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  74. I loved someone suggesting either Flair or Steamboat (yes, Ricky) earlier today.... Seriously, someone wrote that.

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  75. They shit the bed royally on Cesaro

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  76. I also think you should re read Scott's post about bitch fest, cause that's exactly what it is. And never once did he suggest revoking posting privileges.

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  77. To wrestle Brock Lesnar after NOC 2014?

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  78. Matt Ryan looks 45.

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  79. Yes. they wanted Ricky Steamboat to wrestle Brock. In 2014.

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  80. Same thing I was thinking. He bladed a lot as a youngster I guess.

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  81. Looks like the Saints reverted back to their previous defensive ways

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  82. JR played the straight man to the craziness that was going on around him perfectly.

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  83. They just want him as a stale jobber act I guess. Plenty of people will tell you it doesn't matter because he's drawing a steady paycheck but the burial of Cesaro post mania is disgusting to me and shows me Vince is basically brain dead at this point

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  84. He looks like a 50's meme.

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  85. YankeesHoganTripleHFanSeptember 7, 2014 at 5:56 PM

    Just for the hell of it..Main Event at Mania 31 Reins vs Lesner or Ambrose vs Lesner? Power vs Power or Power vs Crazy. One would be Hogan vs Warrior like, the other...I don't know what the hell we would get. And...go

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  86. I mean I could see Brock beating him up on a raw to get heat maybe, but wrestling a match, that's crazy.

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  87. Now for Sunday Night Background Noise on NBC.

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  88. The face pops he was getting and won that battle royal impressively...then he got a five-alarm burial for reasons not known. They could have built him up and bang they'd have someone to face Brock.

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  89. Goddamn it I had a chance to get that rookie wr on the panthers and I was like "if everyone thinks a sleeper will be awesome that means he's gonna suck"

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  90. Do kids even say that anymore?

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  91. Problem is Vince has lost it.

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  92. I know 1998 tends to get lumped in with "bad Attitude Era" stuff like 1999, but I think it was really good for the most part, especially from WrestleMania through SummerSlam. I actually really liked the booking all through Survivor Series and even into early 1999 but I can see why people didn't.


    I thought Austin-Undertaker, two guys who don't trust each other but kinda don't have a choice at points, was really well done. The Austin/Kane double switch at King of the Ring and the next night on Raw was a really great wrinkle to keep things fresh. The build to Austin/Undertaker was so great, even if the match was a bit of a letdown. I really enjoyed the idea of the triple threat main event at Breakdown where Kane and Undertaker couldn't pin each other but it seemed that was the start of people not liking the booking. But hell, I thought that was good, as well as the next month with Kane v. Undertaker and Austin as referee and of course the Deadly Game tournament at Survivor Series.


    And I'll be damned if Rock/Foley wasn't a nice little feud with one of the great Raw moments of all time. To me, things didn't start to get overly Russo-riffic until the week before WrestleMania 15 when he decided to switch the IC Title and Hardcore Title holders, and thus the WM matches, for the sake of swerving even though the title matches had been set and had feuds behind them. Then it got worse with HHH's turn and so on and so forth.


    The lack of great wrestling, especially on TV, didn't bother me much at the time since I was 11/12 and didn't really care much about 'workrate'. It didn't even bother me much on re-watch because the matches are so quick and everything just kept going that to me, it was fine.

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  93. YankeesHoganTripleHFanSeptember 7, 2014 at 6:00 PM

    Are you talking about fantasy football cause....zzzzz......oh sorry just fell asleep. carry on

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  94. As Vince heads into the diapers and pee smell stage of his life its scary to think how bad the booking of the wwe will be.

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  95. I'll wake you up when we get to kid touching bro

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  96. Kids here still say "faggot" to a referee in Football matches.

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  97. Pretty sure that dude was being sarcastic and/or playin'.

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  98. It'll be like Jerry Jones, but worse.

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  99. What is this Saturday morning of which you speak? I'm pretty sure it goes from late Friday to scene missing to headache Saturday afternoon.

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  100. Preemo burn, home slice.

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  101. Now if you could time machine shit, that's a hell of a match!

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  102. Cup half full outlook: Without Vince's OCD-like changing of booking plans constantly, things will gel better and the product will improve

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  103. I hope to god he was. But I have a feeling he wasn't, as he was suggesting Brock facing a "legend", and threw a few other names out there.

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  104. YankeesHoganTripleHFanSeptember 7, 2014 at 6:02 PM

    I'd be burned if I knew what the hell he was talking about

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  105. That's one thing I agree with, it's terrible how they didn't do anything with Cesaro, he's one of my favorites.

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  106. "Yep Mode" ABeyAnce1©September 7, 2014 at 6:03 PM

    I say he's the second guy with the 10 year WM curse.

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  107. I wish they used silence more. I still despise the entrance music playing during run-ins. It is true that it's easy to cue up the song, but I like the idea that the wrestler is so shady or just plain mad that the production crew isn't playing them out.

    An example where I think no theme music would really work is Brie Bella - Stephanie took the music from Brie, so why have a new song made? That or I'd love them to just troll her to bits with some really insulting song.

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  108. All his favorite jokes will have come true!

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  109. Thank you NBC for streaming Sunday Night Football for we cord-cutting types.

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  110. He body slammed Big Show out of the ring to win a huge battle royal at Wrestlemania. How do you fuck that up?

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  111. I still have faith. He's too good a wrestler to be held back for long.

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  112. I know people always remember Sid's flip-flops but Vader had some pretty sweet high tops in the bomb on the boat mini movie.

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Bw2gJ7UCYAARR1k.jpg:large

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  113. the heat is gone though and it is hard to get back.

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  114. It was a nice slam, too. He picked him up in the middle of the ring, carried Show over to the ropes and dumped him out.

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  115. "Yep Mode" ABeyAnce1©September 7, 2014 at 6:06 PM

    If Big Show said he was hurt.

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  116. Turn him heel for no reason, put him with Heyman then rack up the jobs.

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  117. Would be awesome if they got to the PPV, with Sid and Vader waiting in the ring.... And Sting/bulldog would be no shows... Cause ya know, they're still stuck on the island.

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  118. Hogan is the only other guy I've seen slam Show. Hulk freakin Hogan.

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  119. YankeesHoganTripleHFanSeptember 7, 2014 at 6:06 PM

    It's not jobbers fault. He associates himself with Aldo Montoya and we associate ourselves with the Bulls and Yankees...I mean really who is winning here?

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  120. Putting him with Heyman. He and Heyman just didn't work.

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  121. Alison Brie looks good no matter what.

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  122. Nah. Look at a guy like Wade Barrett. He's had so many start-stops and was coming into his own as Bad News Barrett. And Cesaro has a higher ceiling than Barrett.

    All Cesaro needs is a solid push and he'll be back. Again, I have faith.

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  123. Anyone else here see the NXT match from last year between Cesaro & William Regal? I'm still getting caught up on stuff so apologies if it got discussed to death at the time. Stumbled across it last night and was blown away by how different it was from everything you usually see these days.

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  124. They could have found Knight Boat and done a last minute run-in. It was a WCW show, so it would have been held right next to an inlet. Or a fjord.

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  125. I didn't see Hogan slam Show but unless Hogan held him up for a few seconds, I bet Cesaro's was more impressive.

    Didn't Mark Henry slam Show, too?

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  126. Everyone has been cumming on themselves heaping praise on Heyman and he wiffed pretty big as a manager for Cesaro and Ryback.

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  127. Is this the first time Lord Peyton has gone up against the Colts since he's left?

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  128. I think they learned from their mistakes from Nexus.

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  129. It's always awesome when someone WTF slams one of the giants. Harley doing it to Andre was nuts.

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  130. It was british style like.

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  131. There is a Brock - Flair from a 2002 Raw on the network if that sort of thing interests anyone.

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  132. Hogan slammed him at the end of a World War 3 it was pretty awesome.

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  133. No, the Colts won 39-33 last year.

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  134. "Yep Mode" ABeyAnce1©September 7, 2014 at 6:10 PM

    No, now I gotta go loom for that one.

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  135. Played last year. NFL's treating it like Taker/HHH Wrestlemania 17 for story purposes

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  136. Went 3-0 gambling thabks to my boys in sf, the Vikings, and the Eagles. Gonna let it ride on a colts +15/over 49 teaser at +120 odds and throw a nice sized bet on the colts money line at plus 340

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  137. You say this as if Heyman is the guy booking the shows.

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  138. This feels like something I should remember but my memory's something awful.

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  139. Not with Hunter and Steph, Steph is clueless and Hunter is a serpent with a long memory.

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  140. "Yep Mode" ABeyAnce1©September 7, 2014 at 6:12 PM

    I'm going to Disneyland!

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  141. Stranger in the AlpsSeptember 7, 2014 at 6:13 PM

    That comes after the puberty stage. Unless you skipped puberty and went straight from 10 years old to debauchery.

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  142. Yankees are going to miss the playoffs. Jeter's last season will be a failure where it truly counts.


    SO FUCKING AWESOME. Enjoy a lonely October.

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  143. Buffalo is going undefeated this season and they will be inspired by Jim Kelly's recovery.

    That's because I Bill-lieve!

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  144. I saw it on YouTube, not sure if it's on the Network.

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  145. Barrett was able to get Show up for the Wasteland(Henry too).

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  146. Jobber what are your thoughts on the Hawks owner?

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  147. Bad Judge looks like a 3 weeker.

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  148. Why would the Ravens have Flacco throw the ball 62 TIMES?!?!?!

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  149. Great day for sf but I hate how they brought back Lloyd.

    Dante Johnson looks like an amazing draft pick

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  150. Because they are a bad team.

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  151. Coaches had mini-strokes before the game.


    When the leading rusher has a better average than the quarterback... that's not good.

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  152. Gotta get that money's worth.

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  153. Someone was trying to blackmail him so he just outed himself imo

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  154. I mean sweet Jesus...didn't they try to run?

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  155. -I AM THE TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS!!
    -I AM THE TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS!!!!
    -IIII AM THE TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS!!
    -IIIIII AM THE TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS!!

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  156. I'm not sold on Ambrose as main event talent yet. Don't get me wrong, I love the guy but think he needs more development. Reigns definitely needs work, too but I think visually, Reigns and Lesnar has a more epic look/feel.

    That being said, I'd rather have Lesnar vs. Daniel Bryan.

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  157. Or he saw 2 BILLION DOLLARS, and wanted a piece of that.

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  158. But to the point of selling the team? The emails seemed fairly tame

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  159. racist or businessman?

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  160. On a side note, I still would like to see Rodney Harrison get smacked in the head with a bag of dicks.

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  161. For the Hawks? He'll be lucky to get anywhere near half of that.

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  162. Pierce was ineffective and fumbled. Then Justin Forsett came in and did good. He's the starter now I bet.

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  163. I think he really just wanted to sell the Hawks and needed an excuse so he could dump it easily. Atlanta's a mediocre franchise in a transplant city that doesn't give a shit about it, so might as well find a surefire way to get it off your hands and get a payday.

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  164. I had the Iggs in my eliminator pool. I and probably 80% of people involved with one were shitting ourselves the first half.

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  165. I think its disgusting and embarrassing that we live in a society where that email equals you lose your entire team, especially since that guy did an amazing job as owner. But I guess its what the majority wants...

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  166. It'd still be 1 billion more than he's used to.

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  167. Sigh...Team Hell No should have never broken up. Even if they stopped teaming, they could go their separate ways and still be friends. I miss that kind of consistency in storylines as you know it would have been kept up with in the Attitude Era.

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  168. My Browns came up short today but gave me hope. They really perked up in the second half after a brutal start.

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  169. Lloyd is a pussy.


    Haven't seen someone so afraid of getting hit than him in a long time

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  170. It's not something I'd want to watch all the time, but seeing them grapple, fight to get leverage, the European uppercuts, Cesaro's strength being nullified by the nerve blows to the arms, Cesaro stomping on Regal's head then looking like he regretted it... was all so different and engrossing. Talk about a match telling a story.

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  171. Lol them and the Steelers on Thursday should be a shitshow

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  172. He had that team humming though. Atlanta has spent money and had a good team for like 10 straight years. Its just an awful pro sports market

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  173. PSYCHOLOGY!

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  174. Not racist,our country just loves a good public shaming/ any out of context reason will suffice IMO

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  175. The Steelers started really well, but by the end, I'm still seeing 8-8

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  176. It's a timing thing. Two years ago, that e-mail is one of many that flies under the radar, maybe gets a note on a website with no credibility, and gets ignored.


    Now? Not so "lucky".

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  177. Let's see if Carrie Underwood has gotten hotter this year. She's a downgrade from Faith IMO.

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  178. Yes. Usually, post-WM is supposed to be a big-time push for a talent like Cesaro after a strong WM showing. But nope, that didn't happen.

    I wonder if there's any backstage reasons. Is he arrogant in the locker room? Did he work stiff with someone with some stroke? Did he not shake the right person's hand? Did he also slap the social media guy after he made a derisive comment about Switzerland's neutrality or banking practices?

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  179. They've been good, not great and haven't had a big star since Dominique Wilkins and Moses Malone.

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  180. He said some borderline things, but he's more guilty of being a tone-deaf idiot than anything else. With the embarrassment over Sterling the league can't let this go.

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  181. I just showed my girl King Diamond's Abigail, she enjoyed.

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  182. "Yep Mode" ABeyAnce1©September 7, 2014 at 6:21 PM

    If I ever meet Daniel Bryan, I may want to for picture purpose whip a toy belt version of that title and yell in his face, "I am the tag team champions!"

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  183. They absolutely should but hey the mob wants blood so I guess now we give it to them lol

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  184. Is that a pet name for your junk?

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  185. So Papa John's has a special here in New York that when the Yankees score 6 or more runs in a game, the next day you can get 50% off your order... looks like Papa has made out pretty well on that deal.

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  186. Enjoy every moment, kid!

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  187. It's a band.

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  188. Indians have that too but with 5 runs lol

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  189. I'd trade anything for that kind of sustained goodness for my team.

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  190. I also prefer Faith's rendition of the song. They're both attractive although I REALLY like Carrie Underwood.

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  191. We get half off if the Cards just win. I'm surprised Papa John's is so tight with the discounts in the NY market.

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  192. Gallantly fighting back from 24 points down to tie and then losing on a last minute feild goal seems like a very Browns way to lose a game.

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  193. http://deadspin.com/heres-the-email-that-forced-hawks-owner-barry-levenson-1631640411

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  194. At least Carrie is wearing skimpier clothes this year

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