Hoopla as Favre as the eye can see
A novel idea.
The recent Favre and Vick flapdoodles made us sit down and compile our all-time chemistry-queering distraction team, with a talented but controversial diva, malcontent, miscreant, jailbird, hothead, hotdog, flake, hard-partier or big time pain in the butt at each position. Now, before you raise your voice in protest, please be advised that inclusion here does not automatically mean the player is a terrible person. Mr. Favre's worst crime is simply refusing to go away after he says he's going away. The great
Everyone on this roster just has some sort of sideshow attached to his career (click on each name), so if some bold enterprising GM were actually able to field them all at the same camp, the media would blow fuses and football would be the last thing on anyone's mind.
While baseball's macho culture
On the subject of creative cheating, it seems
In one of the more notable past incidents, Soviets Tamara and
So let it never be said that positives don't come from even the most negative incidents. As the nation struggles with unemployment, the Kane incident is obviously giving rise to a cottage industry that has the potential to restore badly-needed manufacturing jobs to our staggering economy.
We see that
With vampires all the rage in TV, movies and literature, our tin ears in Tinseltown tell us that
Sounds like must-see TV... to us anyway.
Each week we expound on the wonders and benefits of the handy space-time sentiment delivery device to your right. Along with feeding this space a rich diet of
Indeed. And it has been suggested by a colleague here in the SI.com command bunker that this space conduct a weekly "Find The Embarrassing Typo" contest in which a 10-pound Stilton cheese or a similar bit of valuable merchandise will be awarded to the purveyors of each correct submission. So while Getting Loose takes the suggestion under advisement, rest assured that we'll keep on pitching even though we always end up flat on our back and undressed like that poor old blockhead