An interesting story about an unlikely friendship:
I hear Apollo Creed’s son is going to take on Drago’s son. (I’ll stick with this since reality hasn’t done too well recently.)
Since my Nationals lost to the Cubs last week in the most humiliating way ever, I was surprised to see this humiliation is pretty common:
Let’s beat this into our heads. The cinnamon clown ran his stupid mouth about the evils of Obama playing golf, but since he’s been in office, he’s on the links practically every week. What a two-faced cretin.
This is the full game. And look at all the Hall of Famers: Mickey Mantle, Jackie Robinson, Yogi Berra, Roy Campanella, Phil Rizzuto, Pee Wee Reese. And they’re all in their prime.
It’s more impressive than an All-Star Game.
Well, I see how Bryce Harper won the Home Run Derby this year.
This was the big event in D.C. Tuesday. A break from the bigly events.
My team moves on to the semifinals, but let’s be honest. If Neymar hadn’t flopped so spectacularly in previous matches, and then joked about it in practice leading up to this match, he would have gotten a couple of free kicks or penalty kicks in this game that very surely could have changed the result.
And don’t think people didn’t notice;
What’s more impressive is how les Diables Rouge (the Red Devils) got to that point:
The last time a team came back from a 2-0 deficit to win in the knockout round of the World Cup was 1970 when West Germany beat England.