Town supervisors in Hampton, Illinois are kindly requesting that local cyclists cut the shit and stop pooping all over the bike path.
After two years of cleaning up feces left on the local bike trail, fed up supervisors have been forced to post two large signs that read, “Stop pooping on bike path.” And while many interpret this as a warning to dog owners, the message is actually meant for humans.
“It’s just pretty nasty to talk about,” Scott McKay, Hampton’s Public Works supervisor, told…
Why have good grades when you could have a great bracket?
These basketball fans have fallen victim to the productivity black hole that is March Madness and it’s only going to get worse. With 32 games being played in a 48-hour period, midterms and Excel spreadsheets are quickly taking a backseat
Everyone’s favorite car series, Top Gear, is known for going hard on their vehicle reviews, tests and challenges. For their 350 million weekly viewers, the producers of Top Gear like to kick things up a notch beyond just a quick detail of a luxury trailer
It takes a strong person to stand up to bullies, even when someone else is the target.
Eighth grader and cheerleader Desiree Andrews has Down syndrome, and that doesn’t stop her from cheering on the basketball team at their games at Lincoln Middle School in Kenosha, Wisconsin. But when she was being bullied from the stands during a game, three players from the team decided to support her by walking out on their own game.
Dinosaurs had a short but memorable run in pop culture, as did Biggie Smalls. Maybe that’s why this video of Earl Sinclair singing “Hypnotize” by Notorious B.I.G. resonates with us. That, or the fact that it’s just absurdly funny and Earl is essentially just Biggie but with scales and a tail.
The hops. The pose. The number. The name. The brutal poster dunk. It’s all right there
But this isn’t Michael Jordan somehow transporting himself back to college hoops. No, this is Rysheed Jordan, a 6-4 sophomore guard from St. John’s who did a picture-perfect impression of His Airness this weekend. The two Jordans aren’t related genetically — only cosmically
The Chinese government’s apparent distaste for a popular new documentary that spotlights China’s air quality woes has resulted in the film’s removal from major mainland video websites
Despite initial praise from the country’s environment minister and coverage in state-run media, authorities later suppressed the buzz surrounding Under the Dome, which attracted 100 million online views when it debuted last weekend, according to multiplereports