It’s not just any Sunday today. It’s Super Bowl Sunday. That means we’re going to waste over ten hours watching pre-game, actual game, halftime and post-game coverage of a football game. It all seems to be a bit of a waste, doesn’t it? Anyway, let’s kick off the links with alleged former NFL WAG Kate Upton. She almost admitted to having that fling with Sanchez. We’ll all have the last laugh because he’ll be out of the league when his contract with the Jets expires.
Since it’s Super Bowl Sunday, why not feature a breakdown of which championship trophies are the best. (GQ)
Daulerio may have left Deadspin but that doesn’t mean his contributing his classic Daulerio-esque stories after the fact. This week, he brought us the tale of one of Yankees GM Brian Cashman’s mistresses. (Deadspin)
The US would like to remind you that they’ve declared themselves supreme rulers of the internet. They’ve spent the last week shutting down sports streaming websites. (Sports Grid)
After the jump, more on the Super Bowl, a look at horrible reality TV and Bill Murray does Letterman while wearing a Giants jersey. Continue reading
It’s time for another set of the Man Lab links on the blog. Where else are we going to stick our collection of date advice links? Anyway, to kick off this set of links, it’s Joanna Krupa in her place.
When the smartest man alive talks, you listen. Stephen Hawking has some tips on how women and simple quantum particles/principles are similar. (The Guardian)
After the jump, more help with talking to women, all about booze and Kate Upton’s back! Continue reading
It’s time for our collection of best of 2011 list links. To kick it off, it’s our scientifically determined woman of the year Kate Upton. Not that we actually needed to use our fancy system to figure that out.
Since this is a linkdump about the best of 2011, I think it’s only appropriate that the first link is to a list of the best of everything of 2011. (Time)
Still having trouble figuring out who’s worth a follow on Twitter? You might want to try this list of the top 100 Twitter accounts of 2011. (Paste Magazine)
Perhaps you prefer your internet a bit more meme-ish. Then check out this list of the best memes of 2011. (Made Man)
After the jump, the best of sports, the best pictures and the best fails of 2011. Continue reading
Since we’ve been on a bit of a Man Lab kick around Canadian Thanksgiving, we figured that you deserve some links. Did you know that it’s been four weeks since our last set of links from the Man Lab? To make up for that, let’s kick off this post with Kate Upton. The world’s been a better place since she popped up on the radar this year.
Let’s kick off this week’s MLLO with a look at 101 women who you might not have heard of before. Even if you have heard of some of them, it doesn’t hurt to see them again. (Guyism)
After the jump, picking up women on Facebook, tips for university students and a new classic Brooklyn Decker video. Continue reading
Well, it was either make a riot joke or wish folks a Happy Father’s Day. Well, maybe leading off with Kate Upton will make guys happy and most men would riot to get to her. Covered both there.
The biggest story of the Vancouver Riot was probably the couple kissing in the middle of the street. Well, it turns out that they weren’t Vancouverites at all but Aussie tourists. (9News)
Meanwhile, the folks at the Death Star Public Relations department have uncovered a famous kiss-in-the-middle-of-a-riot photo from a long time ago. (Death Star PR)
But all the photos that were taken of the riot are doing some good. Police picked up one high schooler who was in one of the more memorable photos. (Deadspin)
After the jump, Father’s Day links, the greatest sports venues in the world and Regis wants to know about internet porn. Continue reading
I’m back for another edition of the Sunday links. This one is slightly less rushed than Wednesday’s edition but to make up for that one, here’s Lowdown favourite Kate Upton.
WrestleMania 27 is tonight in Atlanta. I’m excited because The Rock will be there an almost certainly make an impact. Even more exciting is the fact that you can bet on the outcome of the matches. (Bodog)
As we kick off the 2011 MLB season, legendary baseball writer and statistician Bill James laments the lack of quality up-and-coming sports writers. (Slate)
It’s easy to understand his concern when you realize that computers are pumping out better game stories than real writers. (Deadspin)
After the jump, some more baseball links, hot women won’t go Dutch and Everybody Loves Raymond goes to Russia. Continue reading
It’s Sunday which means it’s time for another set of Sunday Links. For no apparent reason, let’s kick off with Kate Upton. A lot of bloggers make future ex-wife jokes about certain celebs, I think I should start saying that about Kate.
How popular is Aussie bully punisher Casey “Kid Zangief” Heynes on the internet? Famed hacking group Anonymous shut down Casey’s school’s website in protest of his suspension. (Urlesque)
How desperate is the Detroit News for cash? They’ll let advertisers have a say in the editing process. Chrysler complained about a review so the web version was edited. (Jalopnik)
The latest viral sensation on the internet is the ear-bleedingly bad Friday by Rebecca Black which I’ll talk more about on Monday. But for now, here are the top five Friday covers. (Mashable)
After the jump, David Stern is a hypocrite, Mike Tyson is a family man and Super Mario Brothers is an indie movie trailer. Continue reading