Worst of Music: Kris Jenner – I Love My Friends

After sparking just a tiny bit of angry discussion with the last edition of the WoM, I think this one will go over just a bit easier. Unless you aren’t deaf. In that case, you’ll curse me until the day you die. That’s because we have the matriarch of the Kardashian/Jenner clan singing her previously completely forgotten song I Love My Friends. Continue reading

The Humanoids: Don’t Hate The Player

It’s been an interesting week in the world. Two sports figures caught some major flak for their Halloween costumes. Another sports figure got divorced. And 12-year-olds have cemented their control over Twitter while their hero gets dragged into his first real scandal. It’s almost the status quo. But no one ever said that the status quo was always boring. Continue reading

Worst of Music: Kim Kardashian – Jam

Near as I can figure, Kim Kardashian got famous because of her sex tape with Ray J. Since then, her fifteen minutes of fame has been her wearing tight or little clothing and publicly regretting nude photo shoots. But now she has a new way to extend her fifteen minutes. She’s just released a new single. This one is an early front-runner for the 2011 WoM award and it’s called Jam. Continue reading

Wednesday Link-Off: By The Numbers

Since I put these links together at the last minute, I’m hoping Minka Kelly and Leighton Meester will make up for any omissions.

Today is Wayne Gretzky’s 50th birthday. To celebrate, here is Gretzky’s lifetime accomplishments by the numbers. (CBC)

Given the great run the Maple Leafs are having recently, here’s a good list to cheer up Leafs fans. It’s the ten worst Leafs skaters since the lockout. (Pension Plan Puppets) At least there’s only one current Leaf on the list.

It’s no secret that I’m an old school wrestling fan. With the Royal Rumble this Sunday, here’s a look at the five best Royal Rumble moments. They definitely got #1 right. (Camel Clutch Blog)

After the jump, Kim Kardashian takes over, the story behind the Oregon Trail and Samuel L. Jackson as a hockey coach. Continue reading

Wednesday Link-Off: It’s a Living

It’s the first set of Wednesday links of 2011. Because she went to a New Year’s party, here’s Kim Kardashian.

It’s a little late but here’s easily the best list of the best of 2010. It’s the best animated GIFs from sports in 2010. (SB Nation)

Tiger clearly never treated his mistresses well because they’re all trying to cash in on his their fame. (Deadspin)

A lesson for everyone stuck in dead-end jobs. This is a good way to go out and still get some severance. (Food Court Lunch)

After the jump, a Gus Johnson interview, a big addition to Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12, and Ovi’s SportsCenter commercial. Continue reading

Sunday Link-Off: Happy Halloween

In the Halloween spirit, here’s Kim Kardashian in her Princess Jasmine costume.

Who doesn’t love a good conspiracy theory? (Well, the Huffington Post unless it has to deal with autism and vaccinations.) Michael Rosenberg looks at some of the most famous conspiracy theories in sports. (Sports Illustrated)

On to a scary link. The most popular costumes for tonight’s big festivities (and parties over the last couple of days) are the cast members of Jersey Shore. (Wall Street Journal)

ESPN’s proper journalism show E:60 takes a look at a legal performance enhancer that is very common place: High-caffeine energy drink. (ESPN)

After the jump, Rent is Too Damn High: The Album, scary entertainment links, and a video. Continue reading

Super Bowl Link-Off

It’s Super Bowl Sunday. Around 6:15 PM, we’ll start the 60 minute battle that determines who will take home the Vince Lombardi Trophy. But let’s start this post with Super Bowl WAG Kim Kardashian.

The Who are the halftime show at the Super Bowl but there is a history of counter-programming the halftime show. However, some alternate halftime shows are better than others. (Esquire)

No Super Bowl would be complete without getting completely and utterly shitfaced. You’re likely not going to need the help in that department but if you need a drinking game, this is the one for you. (Ted Lilly Fan Club)

Everyone wants to make the Super Bowl but cows want to be in the big game too. Actually, they probably don’t seeing as they’d have to be dead to make it. But if you were a cow, what are your chances of making the Super Bowl. (Last Angry Fan)

After the jump, scads more of Super Bowl and football links. Continue reading

Twitter’s Millionaires Club: Are They Worth Following?

Earlier in the year, there was one battle that seemed to captivate star watchers worldwide: Ashton Kutcher vs. CNN in the battle to be the first person (or company) to have over 1 million followers on Twitter. Kutcher won the battle but he may not win the war. As of writing, 16 of Twitter’s elite have crossed the million followers mark. The question I’ve been wondering is not why would that many people follow them. Like the James Bond theme, it’s a case of “you know my name.” Rather, are these cewebrities actually tweeting anything worth reading? Continue reading