First off, this is sports, people do this sort of thing all the time. If you can’t handle it, don’t watch or don’t play.
Second, Scheffler’s mocking wasn’t half-hearted. NFL rules state a player may not “go to the ground” when celebrating a touchdown. He was still mocking Tebow, just doing it within the NFL rules.
June 13, 2011 at 3:05pm
Best line came from Stu Burguiere:
“It’s just dangling off the back of the seat.”
May 27, 2011 at 3:45pm
I realize this happened in Ireland, but I guess this means that TSA will now have to do mandatory cavity searches of EVERYONE here in the states to make sure we don’t have the keys to the airport’s fire department SUVs stuck up our rear end.
Wait for it. The DHS and DoJ will be making the announcement in
May 14, 2011 at 1:44pm
I think I’m about one The Blaze story away from not coming back. Where did Trump “lose it” in that interview? He was asked a question and he answered it. He was be hammered and he defended himself.
I thought the concept of The Blaze was that the fire of truth was to surround us. Where the hell is that fire with this story? This site is becoming a joke, which is sad because I know the people that work for Glenn are better than this.
January 24, 2011 at 1:12pm
“Yea, because sitting on the couch eating Doritos and sucking down energy boosting drinks and moving your thumbs translates into some mad real world skills. If this were true, special forces units would be filled with 300 pound zit faced dorks.”
It’s funny, because while you are using the stereotype of people who play video games, men and women in the armed forces, particularly the Army, are actually using video games and simulators to help them train. In fact, some of those simulators actually become games later on.
mitcha_ca_sux is also correct. Simulators and video games are used by pilots and auto racing drivers because they have gotten to the point where they are so realistic, you could literally translate that stuff into real world. In the case of the guy who avoided the crash, he may have a video game where he uses a steering wheel and pedals that simulate real-world motion.
Of course, people talk crap about things they don’t understand, which makes them look more stupid than a kid who avoided being killed because of stuff he learned from video games.
January 24, 2011 at 1:05pm
I am tired of hearing the phrase “God was watching our for him” or “God was watching out for me.”
I remember hearing that after the Tuscon shooting and all I could think was “So, he wasn’t looking out for the people who were killed?”
God wasn’t watching out for anyone here. If he were, none of this would have happened,