Bobby Bonilla Continues to Collect Checks from the Mets

Well it’s that time of the year when everyone clowns the New York Mets for what’s commonly referred to as Bobby Bonilla Day. Back in 1999 the Mets did whatever it took to rid themselves of Bonilla who was more of a distraction than a contributor for the team. At the time the Mets still … Continue reading

Emotional S.E. Cupp Comments on Same-Sex Marriage Decision

An emotional S.E. Cupp went on CNN in support of the United States Supreme Court‘s decision on same-sex marriage. Cupp has been a long-time supporter of same-sex marriage, and has openly challenged her fellow Republicans on gay rights. As a fan of Cupp I can tell you this is a genuine moment, and I hope … Continue reading


Have You Ever Wanted To Party Like a NBA Draft Pick?

Now I am 6’3″ and about 260 lbs (give or take), and from time to time when I am out in NYC I see people looking at me as if they know me. A lot of people mistaken for a football player, and I tell them, “I’m just a regular dude who is big for … Continue reading

Ann Coulter Calls Gov. Nikki Haley an Immigrant 

LMFAO….. I can’t help but laugh at Ann Coulter, and I wonder why can’t everyone just do the same. Coulter has never been afraid to say outrageous things, and it’s part of her game in getting attention. But Coulter doesn’t say crazy things just to say it; she fully believes in the things she says. And … Continue reading


Democrats To Introduce Voting Rights Advancement Act 2015

While the focus has been on Charleston, South Carolina and the #CharlestonShooting. Senate Democrats are set to present a bill to restore a key provision of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 (VRA) that was struck down by the United States Supreme Court 2-years ago. In 2013 the Supreme Court struck down Section 4 of … Continue reading

A Picture That Epitomizes NYC Sports in the 80s

In the mid to late 80s the sports scene in NYC was owned by the Giants, Mets and Mike Tyson. The Giants, Mets and Tyson not only beat-up on their opponents and won championships in their respective sports, but they also partied hard in the streets of NYC. The stories of Lawrence Taylor partying in … Continue reading


President Barack Obama on Police-Community Relations

While many were lost focusing on President Barack Obama saying ‘nigger’ during his interview on Marc Maron‘s podcast ‘WTF’ (What The Fuck). The president made some interesting comments during the interview. Maron and Obama touched a number of topics; climate change, relationship with congress, what he has done as president, what he likes to do … Continue reading


It’s Not All That “Classy” for Orioles to Pay Employees for Postponed Games During Civil Unrest

The Baltimore Orioles announced that they will pay employees for the 6-days of lost work due to the civil unrest in Baltimore (the week of 4/27). Due to the extraordinary circumstances that led to several cancelled or rescheduled games, the Orioles organization will compensate all hourly employees for hours that would have been ordinarily worked … Continue reading


BETTER THAN YOU – The Patrice O’Neal Documentary

When Patrice O’Neal passed away on November 29, 2011, the comedy world lost one of the greats. His comedy was hard-hitting and brutally honest that appealed to different crowds. In memory of Patrice, Von DeCarlo (wife) and family have started an Indiegogo campaign to raise money for the Patrice O’Neal documentary; ‘Better Than You – … Continue reading

Protests in Baltimore After Funeral Held For Baltimore Man Who Died While In Police Custody

@CarmeloAnthony Calls for Peace in Baltimore #BaltimoreRiots

Watching the images of Black people so upset and frustrated with the current state of Baltimore destroy their community was beyond depressing. I feel for everyone in Baltimore, from those who feel like rioting is their only course of action and to those who are frustrated watching their city in utter turmoil. For the past … Continue reading


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