October 27, 2014 - November 2, 2014
The guys over at MGoBlog did some exhaustive research to show that these are real so I recommend going to check out their work. David Brandon forgetting rule #1 of having a job that people constantly criticize: don’t feed the trolls. Don’t respond to the haters. The commenters, the message board posters, the emailers. Trust me I know how much it can get on your nerves but what’s the point of responding? What’s the upside? To feel good about your snarky comeback for like 5 minutes? Meanwhile the downside is them all getting leaked, proven to be real and you get another huge black eye as everyone tries to get you fired.
And don’t get me wrong, I use troll in the loosest sense here because Michigan fans have a legitimate reason to hate Dave Brandon and think he’s doing an atrocious job. Completely within their rights to let him know how they feel. Just saying from Brandon’s perspective you have to be a total moron to set yourself up to get blown up like this.
It’s about to be cold as shit for a while, so let’s throw it back one more time to the hottest songs of summer 2014 from Kendrick Lamar, Avicii, Drake, Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift, Flume, Chromeo, Jay-Z and many, many more.
Gigaom - Google invaded the privacy of a Montreal woman by showing her sitting outside of her house with “part of her breast exposed,” and must pay her compensation, a judge ruled this month.
According to a 17-page decision, Maria Pia Grillo suffered shock and embarrassment when she looked up her house using Google Maps’ Street View feature in 2009 and discovered an image that shows her leaning forward and exposing cleavage.
Even though the original image, which was snapped by one of Google’s camera-equipped cars, blurred out her face, the rest of the picture provided enough information to identify her.
Two years later, Grillo started legal proceedings against Google to “blur” the rest of her, as well as her license plate and address. She also demanded the company pay $45,000 for emotional damage, including depression and mockery from her co-workers at a “well-known bank” where she worked.
Sitting on your front steps in broad daylight with your tits hanging out of your dress. Is that how privacy works? I don’t know. I mean I like privacy as much as the next guy – don’t really want governments spying on my phone calls and people reading through my emails and shit, but if I walk out of the house with my dick hanging through my zipper and I get sniped by a Google camera I’m really only going to have myself to blame. But whatever. If this chick felt violated and wanted to make some quick cash out of it good for her. My only issue would be the “emtotional damage and depression” due to the “mockery” she got from her co-workers? Listen honey, the guys in your office in the bank were well aware of what you were working with up top, I promise you that. A set like that does not go unnoticed in a work atmosphere so let’s not blame Google for making everyone suddenly aware you have real and spectacular breasts.
I have no clue what the context is here but I guess it doesn’t matter? Like if she’s a stripper or a hooker or whatever, at least she’s getting paid for it and also, frankly, creating quite the memorable stage performance. Who needs crowd work and sing alongs when you’ve got front row seats to some chick going full throttle on a Tootsie Roll? Big risk of needing tarps like a Gallagher show but that’s life in the entertainment business. But if she’s just some normal chick stripped naked blowing a dude on stage, isn’t that like a 1000x worse reflection on everyone involved? I’m all for letting your ho flag fly but be a part of society for me one time. And that goes for both of them. I know it’s hard to pass up tickling the ivories but jesus dude, at least find a puppet show curtain to put her head behind.
I do relate to the guy’s reaction though. This is clearly the look of a man desperately imagining he’s anywhere else in the world, just trying to spray and get it over with. Blowies are a transactional business. Try-hard dudes will act like this is no big thing but I honestly can’t even imagine getting a rod in front of a group of seemingly normal people, let alone trying to drop kids into some chick’s esophagus.
And for anyone contemplating dropping a racist comment below, fair warning, me and this dude already got you all figured out:
Women will only blow a man in front of a captive audience if he’s “family orientated,” you heard it here first. FACTS.
Is hitting a half court shot in front the entire school the most exciting thing ever? Starting to think it is. Like these reactions and the celebrations afterwards are more intense than 90% of actual athletes winning their actual athletic competitions. I saw like 3, maybe 4 court stormings last year that could have topped these doofuses hitting halfcourt shots to win some cash, if that.
If you want to know what it feels like to be the sports king of campus for a night, forget about playing sports kids. Just show up as a normal student and enter one of these shooting contests. Lottttt less work.
USA Today – What’s the biggest difference between football in the South and football everywhere else?
“In the South, we don’t have the big cities to go to. On the weekends we tailgate. Friday nights we watch local college football. It’s pretty much a religion in the South.”
Who gets recognized first when you and AJ are out in public.
“AJ. Not many people watch pageants, but a lot of people watch football. I’m OK with that.”
What was the hardest part of shooting your famous Carl’s Jr., commercial?
“I bit into 40 cold burgers in one night from about midnight until five or six in the morning. That was great.”
Not a bad life K Webb set up for herself huh? Become a celebrity simply for being hot as hell standing in a crowded stadium and having an old man drool on her. Marry a career backup NFL quarterback, always pulling in steady paychecks but never getting too big an ego to leave her. Get paid to post pictures on Instagram and do a couple photoshoots a week in a bikini. Do some swimming reality shows. Get flooded with free delicious cheeseburgers and collect a check for biting into them while your thighs hang out. Nothing easier than life as a hot chick.
NFL – It’s the job of NFL scouts, and by extension, the general managers that oversee them, to find flaws in college prospects.
They all have them — some more obvious than others — and a failure to identify them correctly can manifest itself into a wasted draft pick. As such, even the elite prospects that are considered surefire first-round draft picks will get their share of scrutiny, even if it’s more microscopic — or myopic — in nature.
Enter Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota, who has 24 touchdowns to only one interception this season, but might be too nice for the NFL, according to one NFL scout. Yep, too nice.
“Like if you punched him in the stomach, he might apologize to you,” the scout told Sports Illustrated. “I just don’t know if he’s that alpha male that you’re looking for. The kid’s kind of a fly on the wall kind of guy. Physically, he’s really talented, but it’s going to take a little time. If you’re expecting him to come in and be your savior year one, I don’t think that’s going to be it.”
Talk about different ends of the spectrum for your top 2 quarterback draft prospects. We got one Heisman winner in danger of dropping off draft boards for being such a dumb asshole, and the other top Heisman contender accused of being wayyyy too nice. Night and day. Personally I would look at 2290 yards this season at a 70% completion rate and his career 87 TDs to 11 interceptions before I analyzed how he helped old ladies cross the street and holds the door open too long for people, but then again I’m not paid to do this professionally. Sometimes a team just needs an alpha male. Look at Vince Young.
Listen I don’t fault scouts at all for saying this stuff and I don’t fault GMs for taking in their advice. It’s their job, they do this professionally, and if I’m about to use my franchise’s top 10 pick and contract money on some college kid I want to know EVERYTHING about him. Does he cry during romcoms, does he pee sitting down, does he drink Cosmos at the bar, does he put ketchup on his steak. All of it matters. All of it.
They’re not always off base.
All I know is if it’s between a super nice guy like Marcus Mariota and a guy like Jameis Winston on draft day I know who I want leading my franchise. Rather try and toughen a guy up than constantly have to bail him out of jail.
(Selig being delightful at 0:30 in the video)
How do you combat complaints that MLB players aren’t big enough personalities or household names? You bring out the big guns for the World Series trophy presentation like Chevy’s resident Captain Charisma Rikk Wylde and departing MLB Commissioner Bud Selig. Charm, movie star good looks and the kind of stage presence you typically only see accompanied by overbearing dance moms on TLC shows. That Voldemort-looking Adam Silver might be over there bringing the NBA $26 billion TV deals and a position just behind the NFL atop the sports world but Bud Selig’s leaving baseball on top with a classic Game 7 and the kind of lettuce a lax bro could only dream of. Here’s to 25 years of relative incompetence, Bud.