theres a line around the corner out my window full of beer nerds waiting for the chance to buy this
. a six pack with the two accompanying glasses is $85.
Sunrise at the 25
. I was a fueler for a team this year. I worked the pit from 11 am to 6 pm, 9 pm to 4 am, and 9 am to noon.
Little help? I have to watch "the" football game tonight with someone. Is there only one? Who is playing? What can I know to make me seem not 100% clueless about football?
Tonight, hipsters from Portland move in next door to the Simpsons.
this would be better if it was more documentarian than music video but still worth a look.
Been enjoying begin japanology
/ check you local listings
The one on food vending machines was kill.
iPad crashes w Facebook on safari.
I think they are doing it on purpose to make you use their app. Fkrs
pbs is getting playful with their line of downton abbey t-shirts
Israeli wood and aluminum furniture
The New Orleans Hornets are expected to become the New Orleans Pelicans
, perhaps as early as the 2013-14 season, according to a Yahoo! Sports report.
i always thought bike messenger was the most dangerous job i had had. (couldnt help but append the first comment in the thread. its cruel but funny like many a sports fan. but what do you want from someone that goes by "bronzehammer?")
Associated Press reports don't get much more grim than this one, concerning the death of a youth-soccer referee after he was beaten by a group of kids from the game he was officiating:
A man who was working as a linesman during a youth soccer match in the Netherlands has died after being beaten and kicked by several players.
Richard Nieuwenhuizen collapsed and was rushed to the hospital hours after players from Amsterdam club Nieuw Sloten punched and kicked him. Nieuwenhuizen's club, Buitenboys, announced the death Monday but not the exact cause.
Three players, whose ages range from 15 to 16, were arrested earlier Monday for alleged involvement in the beating.
Dutch sports minister Edith Schippers told national broadcaster NOS even before the news of Nieuwenhuizen's death that ''it is absolutely terrible that something like this can happen on a Dutch sports field.''
Police spokeswoman Leonie Bosselaar said shortly before the linesman's death was announced that the players were still in custody.
Now, details are a bit muddy. Nieuwenhuizen didn't collapse until "hours after" the attack took place, suggesting that he was up and functioning properly after being beaten. We'll update when we know more.
BronzeHammer 9 hours ago
"Nieuwenhuizen didn't collapse until "hours after" the attack took place, suggesting that he was up and functioning properly after being beaten."