Check out http://www.deadmike.com/index.html this is a miracle this guy survived, & he jumped again
posted by m8nsman at 08:15 PM on August 16
Damn, he might have to start buying his underwear at Wal-Mart like the rest of us working people.
As Rainman[Dustin Hoffman] said K-Mart sucks
posted by m8nsman at 06:55 PM on February 25
As a St. Louis Cardinal fan I remember that series well.
posted by m8nsman at 04:45 PM on September 29
The latest Chase updates & NASCAR controversy
posted by m8nsman at 05:15 PM on September 08
I watched for about 10 minutets & when I saw Kevin Harvick getting the "lucky dog" & being 15 laps down I didn't bother watch anymore once I realized that the NASCAR officials had taken all racing strategy out of the race. Once the green flag drops, NASCAR need to quit driving the bus and let the drivers drive the cars with the crew chiefs making the decisions.
posted by m8nsman at 10:35 AM on July 28
Everyone's tried to go uptown on ballpark food. What happened to the good ol days of a luke warm hot dog cooked under a heat lamp and a cold beer
posted by m8nsman at 08:41 AM on July 14
I don't remember who made the original quote. When you score or make a big play, act like you've been there before. That's cool walk off like its just another play.
posted by m8nsman at 08:32 AM on July 14
Let's modify this to include beer bongs & Yaeger Bombs just before entering the ring & promote the sport on college campuses. Now featured on ESPN College Game Day "chess boxing with shots"
posted by m8nsman at 08:24 AM on July 14
That's almost as cool as the vibrating tabletop football game from the 70's Seriously the ultimate hockey fan gift would have to be the Wayne Gretzky hockey camp where the Great One laces up the skates & joins you on the ice
posted by m8nsman at 08:18 AM on July 14
The annual who cares game has lost its roots there hasn't been a decent game in 20-30 years. I'll start watching again when you see home plate collisions like Rose & Fossee or Dave Parker throwing to Gary Carter to nail a runner at the plate. The game has turned into a fan favorite with a bunch of overpaid SOB's with the exception of players like Josh Hamilton, but I'm sure he will bring his status up to that level with the way he is playing. I can remember when an all-star bonus meant something to the players & they where excited to go. Now most of them are disgruntled because they don't get their 3 day break with the rest of their team mates.
posted by m8nsman at 08:13 AM on July 14
I remember Dale Berra playing in pinstripes. Oops I guess the writer meant Yogi. Oh yeah and that time the Beatles rocked that place in the 60's, nevermind that was at Shea. I've never been a Yankee fan but it was still a good article. I will bleed Cardinal red until the day I die
posted by m8nsman at 08:01 AM on July 14
The average career isn't 11 years. No wonder these idiot owners are whining they don't can't make money. On top of that ticket prices will increase and with gas going up as well, I will put my money in the gas tank & watch a game at home where I can drink 6 beers for $5 instead of 1 & relieve myself in a much cleaner bathroom
posted by m8nsman at 07:52 AM on July 14
Go Jose! away! far away!!! Jose quit looking for an additional 15 minutes of fame everytime you do, you expose yourself as the idiot that you really are. Besides, has anyone ever seen a good bench clearing brawl in baseball, all those guys do is hug each other & dance around. Its not like the good ol days when 40-some year old Nolan Ryan landed a good roundhouse to a batter's head that challenged him
posted by m8nsman at 07:46 AM on July 14
Good luck Tony. There has been very little success among owner/drivers. DEI was successful, but Dale Earnhart drove for RCR which is a different senerio and we have all witnessed DEI's slow decline since Dale Sr. passed away. Initially the fans & sponsors will stick by Tony Stewert, but if he doesn't contend like he did with JGR his flame will die out
posted by m8nsman at 07:35 AM on July 14
His cup runneth over: especially after the swelling set in I thought I was sore after my vascectomy, I bounced back after a few days, he had to go on the 15 day DL Oh the humanity & humility
posted by m8nsman at 10:51 AM on July 05
Ouch! Talk about (black &) blue balls It's hard to imagine what the splint/cast would look like for this type of fracture
posted by m8nsman at 10:44 AM on July 05
Who has the time or money to do all this traveling? This guy sounds like he needs a sponsor ala NASCAR
posted by m8nsman at 01:31 PM on June 30
Pete Rose Stan Musial Ty Cobb Babe Ruth Cy Young How can you not have the top 3 hits leader and #1 pitcher in wins and the Bambino's season and home run totals held up for years, also he wasn't too bad of a pitcher
posted by m8nsman at 01:20 PM on June 30
YouTube has various video angles horrific
posted by m8nsman at 09:36 AM on June 23
Nashville is glad to be rid of PunkMan the Thug Jones Since the Titans selected Pacman Jones in the first round of the 2005 draft, he's had multiple run-ins with police: APRIL 2005 Where: Atlanta. What: Jones is named on an incident report after a fight broke out at a strip club. The female involved said she had no plans of pursuing the case. Outcome: A judge dismissed the case. JUNE 2005 Where: Nashville. What: Security officials at Regal Maxwell House hotel had trouble getting two friends of Jones to clear their room after checkout time. When police arrived, they smelled marijuana and found some of the drug on a table. Jones was in the room, but one of his friends took responsibility for the evidence. Outcome: Jones was not arrested. JULY 2005 Where: Nashville. What: Jones was arrested and charged with two counts of misdemeanor assault and a felony count of vandalism following an incident at a nightclub. The club's bouncer and his brother said Jones became belligerent, struck the bouncer, tore a necklace from his neck and shouted a racial slur because they asked some people at the private party to leave because they allegedly were using drugs. Outcome: Less than a year later, charges against Jones were dismissed when the men who brought the case asked prosecutors to drop it. FEBRUARY 2006 Where: Fayetteville, Ga. What: Jones was charged with felony obstruction of police and two counts of misdemeanor obstruction after an alleged altercation with officers. According to police, Jones, sitting in a car outside his girlfriend's house at 1 a.m., became confrontational when approached by officers. Outcome: Jones entered a best-interest guilty plea and was sentenced to three years' probation for the felony conviction. MARCH 2006 Where: Fayetteville, Ga. What: Jones was arrested and charged with marijuana possession after police said he admitted to smoking marijuana in his car. Police were conducting a search warrant at the player's home, where the drug was found. Outcome: The Fayette County solicitor said there wasn't strong enough evidence against Jones to prosecute the case, and dismissed it. Two of four individuals initially charged were prosecuted, including Jones' mother. The vehicle in question was confiscated APRIL 2006 Where: Nashville. What: Metro police said a vehicle registered to Jones was involved in a drug trafficking ring — 1,653 pounds of marijuana, 128 pounds of cocaine and $608,000 cash was seized. "Pac Man" was embroidered on the leather seats of the 2004 Cadillac XLR, which was confiscated from a friend of Jones. Jones later bought the car back at an auction. Outcome: Jones was not charged. APRIL 2006 Where: Nashville. What: Jones was at an Exxon at 1:50 a.m. when gunshots were fired following an altercation. Police questioned Jones but labeled him a witness. Outcome: Jones was not charged. AUGUST 2006 Where: Murfreesboro. What: Jones was arrested and charged with public drunkenness and disorderly conduct, both misdemeanors, after an incident at Sweetwater Saloon. Police said Jones yelled obscenities at them and was intoxicated when they arrived following an incident at the club. Jones claimed he was "an innocent bystander" after posting a $750 bond. Outcome: Charges were later dismissed at the request of the district attorney. OCTOBER 2006 Where: Nashville. What: Jones was issued a citation on misdemeanor assault after being accused of spitting in the face of a Tennessee State student following a verbal exchange at a downtown nightclub. Outcome: The charge was dismissed in general sessions court. FEBRUARY 2007 Where: Las Vegas. What: Police said Jones started a melee inside a strip club that led to a triple shooting outside, with one man paralyzed. Jones was never a suspect in the shooting but later turned himself in to face two felony coercion charges. Outcome: In December Jones pleaded no contest to conspiracy to commit disorderly conduct in a plea deal that reduced the two felony charges. Last week police arrested a Washington man and charged him with the shooting after Jones picked him out of a lineup. JUNE 2007 Where: Atlanta. What: Police said Jones, his friends and a second party of three men were involved in an argument over a woman at a strip club. Jones left the club in one vehicle, his friends in two other cars and the three men in another vehicle. While the three men were waiting at a red light, two vehicles said to be similar to those of Jones' acquaintances pulled alongside, and shots were fired. Outcome: Police said Jones was not thought to be at the scene of the shooting. He was not charged. JANUARY 2008 Where: Atlanta. What: An Atlanta attorney filed a warrant application requesting Jones be arrested. She claimed he sucker-punched her in the face at a strip club. Outcome: The woman withdrew the application and police dropped their investigation.
posted by m8nsman at 05:31 PM on April 24
bats right, throws right, farts left thats tame compared to story told by David Wells last year. It seems that Maddux has this habit of initiating or baptizing rookies in spring training by sneaking up on them and urinating on them in the showers. He's got that mature look of innocence but as his team mates will tell you, don't turn your back on him
posted by m8nsman at 06:46 PM on April 15
Just had my vasectomy done last Friday I had to spend the weekend recovering around the 3 reasons why I got it done. I think a weekend of sports is a lot better than 3 kids during the recovery process. This isn't a new idea, my neighbor told me that several of his co-workers rented a hotel suite for the same reason several years ago.
posted by m8nsman at 05:32 PM on March 11
I agree with Brunt, in 1998 Andro was a legal sustance at the time MLB had not banned or tested for performance enhancing drugs. I don't condone what Big Mac did to get a competive edge or to help recover from nagging injuries, but what rules did he break at the time? If the HOF of was based on morals, how many people would they be willing to kick out. Ty Cobb jumped in the stands to fight a heckler, Babe Ruth & Mickey Mantle were drank heavily and were womanizers. The only thing Big Mac is guilty of is making a fool of himself in congress instead of saying "we are not here to talk about the past" he should have told the truth on what he used while also stating that he did not violate any of MLB rules at the time. Not sure if it was bad legal advice or decision on Mac's part, but the congressional hearing is a poor excuse to keep a player who put up the stats he did from being in the HOF
posted by m8nsman at 04:49 PM on January 22
How about the 1985 NLCS when Cardinals Ozzie Smith hits his first career left handed home run off the Dodgers Tom Niedenfuer as the late Jack Bucks screams "Go crazy folks go crazy!" Later in the same series Jack Clark hits another big homer to propel the Cardinals to the World Series which they eventually lose to the Royals and the blown call of umpire Don Denkinger
posted by m8nsman at 05:58 PM on September 30
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