Dancer’s body is insanely in sync with the music

Sep 20, 2014 By Abraham 0

Winner of last year’s “So You Think You Can Dance” Fik Shun takes another opportunity to show that, yes, he does think he can dance. He’s right, of course…

NFL star Tom Brady’s college résumé shows a promising future…in finance

Sep 18, 2014 By Joey White 0

Tom Brady has been one of the NFL’s best quarterbacks over the course of 15 seasons with the New England Patriots. During the 2000 draft, though, he fell to the 6th round and wasn’t sure if anyone would pick him or if he’d be able to make a team even if he was picked.

So, the University of Michigan alumnus did what most other new college graduates do and created a résumé.

Today, Brady posted that résumé to his Facebook page, giving us a look at a young man ready to take on the world of finance with a fairly straightforward résumé, just with a few experiences that are rather unique…

Tom Bradys Resume

Football fan proudly wears child abuser Adrian Peterson’s jersey…for a very good reason

Sep 15, 2014 By Abraham 0

After Vikings star Adrian Peterson was benched this past weekend as he faces charges of child abuse, reactions were varied. Most of the publicized voices decried his behavior, of course. But plenty of fans still stood by their favorite player, too. And one of the simplest ways to do this was to simply wear an Adrian Peterson jersey.

This fan did just that.

But by making a simple change to the back of the shirt, he made sure everyone knew who he was actually supporting when he donned the number 28…

Updated Adrian Peterson Jersey

(via Next Impulse, Phil Hecken)

1-800-4-A-Child is the National Child Abuse Hotline with crisis counselors available 24/7.

1943 letter invites young man to play for the NFL, but he’ll need to bring his own shoes

Sep 14, 2014 By Abraham 0

In April 1943, a strapping 23-year-old Harold Gutke was invited to play for the New York Giants, or the New York Football Giants, as they were called then. The letter he received acknowledges the likelihood that he would be drafted, but lets him know he can make $150 a game if he’s available.

But he’ll have to provide his own shoes…

NFL Letter, 1943

In fact, Mr. Gutke did end up being drafted so he didn’t have the chance to become a football star. After serving in the Navy, he came home, had a family (one of whom would post this letter many years later), and coached high school football and track for 35 years.

The idiot’s guide to how smart people enjoy professional sports

Sep 9, 2014 By Abraham 0

Almost everybody enjoys sports in some capacity. And these millions of fans can be roughly divided into two groups — idiots and smart people. Sports is the common ground between these two sorts of people…and it might be the only common ground.

Idiot's Guide to Sports for Smart People

The idiots just need to be able to yell and drink beer, while the smart person’s relationship with sports is a bit more complicated. Here’s a guide to that experience if you’re own of the idiots…