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Funny story: ESPN's Stephen A. Smith to debate all Twitter followers

ESPN's Stephen A. Smith to debate all Twitter followers

Citing his passion for debate, flare for commentary and overarching desire to make others feel mentally dominated, ESPN sports anchor Stephen A. Smith has announced plans to debate each of his followers on Twitter. The event, which Smith has dubbe...
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Funny story: Sundusky verdict feel-good counter to NBA Finals

Sundusky verdict feel-good counter to NBA Finals

AMERICA-In light of the Miami Heat's victory in the N.B.A. Finals, sports media outlets across the country have been using the guilty verdict in Jerry Sandusky's child molestation trial as the lighter side of the sports news. Media figures have claim...
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Funny story: BT Shock with £738 Million Premier League rights, 'seeing off' stern ESPN and Al Jazeera competition.

BT Shock with £738 Million Premier League rights, 'seeing off' stern ESPN and Al Jazeera competition.

Post Office/BT Tower, LONDON: BT shockingly moved into Premier League football, after paying £738m to win the rights to show live matches from next year, with BSkyB still broadcasting the vast majority of live Premier League matches. Armchair T...
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Funny story: NBA Superstar Lebron James Tries Professional Baseball

NBA Superstar Lebron James Tries Professional Baseball

MIAMI - "One day Jordan will wear my baseball jersey and envy how much better I was at it," begins Lebron James at a press conference he hosted out of boredom. Most reporters did not have a clue why Lebron James called them to come downtown Miami,...
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Funny story: Hank Williams Jr. asks ESPN for his job back because he misspoke

Hank Williams Jr. asks ESPN for his job back because he misspoke

LOS ANGELES - On Wednesday afternoon ESPN executives sat down with Hank Williams Jr. in what appeared to be a second chance. Witnesses confirmed that Hank was seen going into the building with a shaved face, hair combed, and a subway sandwich in his...
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Funny story: Chad Ochocinco upset Tom Brady keeps scoring all the touchdowns

Chad Ochocinco upset Tom Brady keeps scoring all the touchdowns

NEW ENGLAND - NFL Wide Receiver Chad Ochocino told ESPN sports anchor Stuart Scott before the game on Sunday, "Give me the damn ball!" Stuart Scott was taken back because no one told him he was going to carry anyone's ball that day. However, repor...
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Funny story: ESPN Replaces Ines Sainz with Helen Thomas

ESPN Replaces Ines Sainz with Helen Thomas

ESPN President George Bodenheimer announced today that effective immediately ESPN is replacing sports reporter Ines Sainz with Helen Thomas. Bodenheimer said, "It took a long time for women to make it into the men's locker rooms where the men are...
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Funny story: ESPN Sports Analyst Steve McManaman Blames The Opening Game of The World Cup Tie on The Dreaded Vuvuzelas Bees

ESPN Sports Analyst Steve McManaman Blames The Opening Game of The World Cup Tie on The Dreaded Vuvuzelas Bees

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa - Many of the world' sports writers covering The 2010 FIFA World Cup Finals are in agreement that something needs to be done about the vuvuzelas situation. Many compare the annoying as hell sound to a swarm of bees, othe...
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Funny story: ESPN's Tony Kornheiser Suspended For Saying Hannah Storm Looked Like An Overstuffed Burrito

ESPN's Tony Kornheiser Suspended For Saying Hannah Storm Looked Like An Overstuffed Burrito

NEW YORK CITY - ESPN sports presenter Tony Kornheiser has been suspended for making a dumbass remark about fellow female colleague Hannah Storm. Kornheiser remarked that Hannah Storm who was wearing a tight-fitting red sweater, a plaid parochial s...
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Funny story: ESPN Announces New Soccer Line Up with Erin Andrews and UK Nut Bag "Skoob1999"

ESPN Announces New Soccer Line Up with Erin Andrews and UK Nut Bag "Skoob1999"

NY,NY/ Entertainment and Sporting News - Over 35 avid US Soccer fans celebrated at the expatriate Oasis Bar and Grill on East 23rd Street today with the stunning announcement that 'real soccer' announcers would be appearing on the sports channel's la...
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Funny story: Peeping Tom Concerned About Erin Andrews

Peeping Tom Concerned About Erin Andrews

The peeping tom who posted online several nude videos of ESPN sportscaster Erin Andrews (and asked us to call him Tom) said he is very concerned about the lack of sex in her life. "I've got nude videos of her curling her hair and ironing her cloth...
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Funny story: ESPN's Chris Berman Interviews Obama and McCain During Monday Night Football

ESPN's Chris Berman Interviews Obama and McCain During Monday Night Football

Berman: Good evening, Senator Obama and Senator McCain. Thank you so much for taking some of our--I mean your time to be with us this evening. We tossed a coin, and Senator Obama won, so we'll start with him. Senator Obama, what sort of changes do you plan to make to the NFL? Obama: Chris, some teams are collecting far more wins than they need, while other teams have few wins, if any. I...
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Funny story: Rumor: Teams USA and Mexico near Major Trade involving Tilde and Exclamation Point

Rumor: Teams USA and Mexico near Major Trade involving Tilde and Exclamation Point

ESPN has reported that Teams USA and Mexico are close to a deal that would send the exclamation point and the letter "K" to Mexico in exchange for Team USA's exclusive rights to the tilde.
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Funny story: Keith Jackson's Phone Sex Tapes Hit Internet

Keith Jackson's Phone Sex Tapes Hit Internet

It may not have the visual sexuality of the Pam Anderson and Tommy Lee sex tape, but a collection of long-time college football broadcaster Keith Jackson's answering machine messages to his wife, Turi Ann, has been making the rounds on various we...
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Funny story: Corporate Bidders to Replace Popular Vote in Congressional Elections

Corporate Bidders to Replace Popular Vote in Congressional Elections

Congress has proposed a novel new program which promises to eliminate the National Debt and save Social Security all in one fell swoop.
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Funny story: Alberto Gonzales Called A Greasy Wetback

Alberto Gonzales Called A Greasy Wetback

WASHINGTON D.C.--(NOBSDCNOOZ) Attorney General Alberto Gonzales insisted yesterday he had only a small role in the dismissal of eight federal prosecutors. Disbelieving senators reacted calling the Attorney General a "gre...
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Funny story: Pete Rose Admits to Betting on his Team

Pete Rose Admits to Betting on his Team

BRISTOL, CONN. -- On ESPN's Dan Patrick Show, Pete Rose finally admitted that not only did he bet on baseball, he bet on games involving his team, a claim which he had adamantly denied ever since the charge was first made. Rose, 66, is baseball...
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Funny story: Dancing with the Stars to Replace Monday Night Football on ESPN

Dancing with the Stars to Replace Monday Night Football on ESPN

STORRS, Conn. - ESPN has bought the rights to ABC's Dancing with the Stars and will immediately begin broadcasting it in place of Monday Night Football, says ESPN president George Bodenheimer.
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Ferguson explodes because of colour blind killing!

A colour blind, armed police officer killed an unarmed youth who just happened to be black and was judged not guilty by a colour free court, now everything has gone black or white; non colours BTW!
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