Wednesday, March 29, 2017

This time you went TOO FAR MR. COLIN KAEPERNICK. Way way way way way way way way way way way way way way way way too FAR. WAY...

Sitting during the NATIONAL ANTHEM even if it’s your father-in-law who has his have diabetic feet is NO EXCUSE!!!! By Andrew J. Pridgen I just HAVE to get something off my CHEST! I hate you so much Mr. COLIN KAEPERNICK! Your peaceful and meaningful protest to bring awareness to a personal cause and exercise YOUR RIGHT TO FREE SPEECH is something...

San Diego’s Sports Media Dislikes You

It’s weird to see schlubby mic jockeys and ink-stained wretches stumping for a billionaire. Written by Kyle Magin San Diego’s sports media despises the city’s taxpayers and tourists. In an all-out effort to save their jobs as it relates to year-round coverage of the San Diego Chargers, the city’s radio, TV, and *some* print media have gone into the tank--a tank filled...

A peek at Jim Druckenmiller’s LinkedIn brings back all the memories

...The Druck was recently suggested as someone I might know by the at-work networking site. And I was instantly transported. By Andrew J. Pridgen LinkedIn is one of those annoying/necessary workday distractions. For most people, it’s the unblocked Facebook of business hours. Downtime on LinkedIn = sifting through a lot of People You May Know wondering things like: Why is Laura...

Just Vegas Baby!

Why the Raiders’ pending move to Vegas makes the most sense of all the things ever. By Andrew J. Pridgen The guy who cuts my hair is a Raider fan. He and his cousin have season tickets. <-For starters, this gives credence to my theory that all Raider fans know their way around a no. 2 and have cousins that are...

Things a first-round pick should never say just after being selected to join the NFL

April 28, 2016 at 5 p.m. PST the NFL Network will broadcast its annual National Legalized Slave Auction Day. If you’re one of the lucky ones to get jumped into the league, here’s a primer of some thoughts you might just want to keep under that flat-billed hat at your first presser. By Andrew J. Pridgen The difference between playing college...

23 incredible things about A.J. Tarpley’s retirement announcement

Following in the footsteps of 49ers’ linebacker Chris Borland who retired after a single season in the pros last year, the Buffalo Bills’ A.J. Tarpley is hanging up his spikes and skipping out on millions so he can do things like: live to hoist his grandchildren, not request his brain get studied then shoot himself in the chest after a...

Dean Spanos, Trickster God, is trying to get San Diego to build him a very big, very empty house of lies

Dean Spanos is trying to pull off a cheap trick for his hail Mary to keep the Chargers in San Diego. Below, the three major ways the billionaire is trying to bamboozle everyone in the whale's vagina. Written by Kyle Magin Giving a billionaire hundreds of millions of dollars to build a professional sports stadium is like introducing Ryan Gosling to...

Detroit Lions Fans: You Should Quit, Too

Join the best to ever do it and quit the Lions, too Written By Kyle Magin Detroit Lions fans, famously, have been through this before. Watching a star walk away in the vicinity of the top of his game from a hapless team rather than play out the string with a hapless team. The variables--Barry Sanders in 1999 and Calvin ‘Megatron’ Johnson...

The 50 locations more convenient to Super Bowl 50 than San Francisco

You didn’t actually stay in San Francisco this week in anticipation of taking fewer than five hours or spending less than $750 to get to the game Sunday, did you? DID YOU???? By Andrew J. Pridgen Nobody wants anything to do with Super Bowl 50 in San Francisco, least of all San Francisco. Here’s why: The Yorks took Goldman Sachs...

A San Francisco Sup Bro 50 primer: The definitive guide on where to post yourself and your food and yourself with food this week in The City

An interlopers’ where-to pre-game besides near the pop-up ESPN studio at Fisherman’s Wharf. Where to admire the frisky and the young who have replaced generations for generations—gone in a short sleep. Where to see the people who refuse not to be seen as The City hugs its knees close to its chest and rocks itself to that final passage...

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