Wednesday, July 30, 2008


What Would Bloggers Do? Well, here is what they did. Each item is followed by a MIF (Most Interesting Fact) from the article.

  • Stiles Points keeps it simple: "Monkey Smells its Finger."
          MIF (Most Interesting Fact): "Enjoy this 15 second monkey clip."

  • The Big Picture writes: "Minor League hockey player jailed for creating proverbial turbulence."
          MIF: "A math formula for you on this Wednesday morning: booze + Ambien + bad judgment + flight attendants = one year of jail time and a $4,000 fine."

  • Gossip on Sports writes about New England continuing to beat up on Boston Herald writer John Tomase: "Pats Fans Still Trashing John Tomase in the Comments Section; Hilarity Ensues."
          MIF: "The perpetual anti-Tomase tirades via comments are nothing new, but ya know what? The way New England Patriots fans still trash this guy—the man behind the false videotaping-the-Rams claims—tickles us pinker than Pink herself."

  • From"NFL Teams’ Names: The roots of NFL picks on nicknames."
          MIF: "KANSAS CITY CHIEFS: The name was picked to honor Kansas City mayor Roe “The Chief” Bartle for his efforts in securing the team by enlarging the Kansas City’s Municipal Stadium and guaranteed three times as many season ticket sales as his club had in Dallas." The site lists how 10 NFL got their nicknames. Like who were call "The Normals?" Who could have been called the "Mafia?" Check out the site.

  • From The Shutdown Corner: "Video of Terrell Owens going buck wild on Pacman."
          MIF: "I haven't been alive as long as most NFL writers, and I don't have much of a memory, but could this be the most famous play in training camp history?"
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