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38,000th post...

08 October 2018 - 06:35 PM

And still only one post worth anything here...

Fight breaks out between coaches after a Pee-Wee football game...

03 October 2018 - 08:26 AM


Jimmy Kimmel wants to cut Brett Kavanaugh's pen!s off...

25 September 2018 - 11:52 AM


It's hard to tell how low the new low will be, but this might be pretty close (still, liberals always amaze, don't they?).

In his opening monologue Monday night, late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel said Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh should be confirmed as long as there's a compromise first.

"Hear me out on this," Kimmel said. "So Kavanaugh gets confirmed to the Supreme Court, OK? Well, in return we get to cut that pesky pen!s of his off in front of everyone." A few members of the audience groaned, so Kimmel added, "No? Thats not good? I thought I had a solution there for a minute."

That's the state of late-night comedy these days, folks. Can you imagine Johnny Carson making that joke?

Before his hilarious pen!s-lopping joke, Kimmel said President Trump appears to like Kavanaugh more the more women claim his nominee is guilty of sexual misconduct. "Spoken like a man who has people coming out of the woodwork from 30 years ago," Kimmel said.

The host also noted that a second woman has claimed sexual misconduct by Kavanaugh. "Only 12 more and he can run for president," he joked. (No, he didn't mean Bill Clinton, he meant Trump.)

Kimmel mocked Kavanaugh's appearance on Fox News on Monday night, in which the federal judge said he was a virgin through high school and into college.

"Thank you for admitting that," Kimmel said. "He was a virgin until many years after. So if he doesnt get to be on the Supreme Court, maybe he'll be 'The Bachelor.'"


I guess he wants it for himself? :dunno:

PGA Tour announces changes to FedEx Cup Playoffs format...

18 September 2018 - 02:18 PM


The FedEx Cup Playoffs will be revamped in 2019 with a new system and increased prize money, the PGA Tour has announced.

The governing body revealed there would be a bonus system based on strokes that will take effect at the Tour Championship next year and the Playoffs will be reduced from four tournaments to three.

Under the new system, the player who has the most FedEx Cup points after next season's BMW Championship, the final qualifying event, will start the first round of the Tour Championship at 10 under par and have a two-shot lead over the second-highest points earner.

The rankings will be used as a starting point for players, with the third-ranked player beginning at seven under and the fourth-ranked player at six under, and whoever finishes the Tour Championship with the lowest score will win the tournament and the FedEx Cup.

The prize money given to next year's FedEx Cup winner has been increased by $5million while those who perform well in the regular season will also benefit from a new incentive program.

"Compared to the current system, the beauty here is in the simplicity," PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan said.

"Fans are very familiar with golf leaderboards in relation to par, so they will have a clear understanding of the impact every shot makes during the final run for the FedEx Cup - ultimately leading to a singular champion without conflicting storylines."

NFL Scorigami... Now 1,041 unique scores...

17 September 2018 - 01:56 PM

The Minnesota Vikings played the Green Bay Packers to a 29-29 tie yesterday. And while neither team won, the game was a victory for the database keepers. It was the first ever NFL game to end with that score, the 1,041st unique score ever recorded. It was the second such scorigami occurrence in the last two weeks, joining the Tampa Bay-New Orleans 48-40 encounter last Sunday.