Women Turned on By Male Sweat

Researchers at UC Berkeley have discovered that women who sniffed a chemical found in male sweat experienced higher sexual arousal, the first evidence that humans secrete a scent that turns on the opposite sex.
If that’s the case, then we’ve got an early favorite for PEOPLE magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive: none other than the Prince of […]

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amazon.com to Continue to Sell Cockfighting Magazines

YOU CAN TAKE AN ARRAY OF COCKFIGHTING PRODUCTS FROM AMAZON’S COLD, DEAD HANDS: Despite threat of a lawsuit, Amazon.com is sticking to its guns and fighting censorship. After all, it’s the American way.
Hence, it will continue to sell two magazines about cockfighting.
Lord knows you don’t want to get those cockfighting activists against you. If they […]

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Dr. Z.\’s Ninth Annual TV Commentator Rankings

When I first saw that SPORTS ILLUSTRATED’S Dr. Z. had released his Ninth Annual TV Commentator Rankings, I felt a great sense of loss.
Due to last season’s realignment of broadcast rights, I could no longer scroll directly to the bottom, as in years past, to see whether that horrid ESPN Sunday Night Football team of […]

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Grossman Super Bowl Jerseys Attract No Bids

Bears fans who just can’t get past the thrill of last Sunday — when, as THE ONION put it, Lovie Smith became the first African-American coach to lose the Super Bowl — will be happy to note that a slew of Rex Grossman jerseys with the Super Bowl XLI patch remain on eBay.
You can imagine […]

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Bacteria Study in Beer Pong

CBS SportsLine columnist Clay Travis examines the true underbelly of a popular sports bar activity by interviewing two college students who tested the levels of bacteria found in a typical game of beer pong.
Salmonella? Check.
E. coli? Check.
Pneumonia germs? Check.
I guess dipping a ping-pong ball — that had just been fetched from under a pool table […]

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Video of 3-Man Dunk in Basketball

How many high school hoopsters does it take to complete a backboard-shattering dunk? As this video indicates, three.

Check out the woman in the foreground, shaking a baby in absolute euphoria after seeing shards of glass rain down on teens. Tell me that ain’t a candidate for Mom of the Year.

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Photos of Chicago Skyline Before Super Bowl XLI

Few cities are as proud of their pro football team as Chicago, and this local’s Flickr gallery of Super Bowl Eve skyline photos certainly proves it.The shots were taken with a rather pedestrian Canon PowerShot SD450, so it goes to show anyone can put together a terrific gallery of photos with a little thought and […]

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Anniversary of Magic Johnson\’s 1992 All-Star Game

Today marks the 15th anniversary of Magic Johnson’s MVP performance in the 1992 NBA All-Star Game, held three months after he retired from the Lakers due to contracting HIV.
It was simply one of the most memorable All-Star Game moments in any sport. No one thought, at the time, that Magic would be around today to […]

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Barkley Accepts Bavetta\’s Challenge to a Footrace

After charging that 67-year-old NBA referee Dick Bavetta is a guy who “parted the (Red) Sea with Moses,” Charles Barkley is putting his money where his mouth is, accepting Bavetta’s challenge to a footrace, with $5,000 of the winner’s money going to charity.
The race is scheduled to be held over All-Star Weekend, and Bavetta had […]

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Photo of Sun Ming Ming

This photo depicts either:
A) The softballs Randy Johnson threw at batters during his two seasons with the Yankees
B) How Doug Christie’s wife keeps him in check
C) China’s 7-foot-9 Sun Ming Ming holding a regulation-sized basketball
The correct answer is C. And I suddenly feel small. Like Doug Christie.

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