First things up, hope everyone in the way of all the hurricanes, and it's unfortunate I have to say hurricanes as in plural, is safe and accounted for, with as little stress and property damage and loss as we could possibly hope for. And also the ones on the way.
First up, good news. If you don't know by now, being on a football humor site and all, the start of the season is tomorrow! Yes, real football! That means something! Can you believe it? While we've been waiting for real football, my baseball-watching hours (and they are numerous… hey, stop
Greetings. For this preview we went down below. Way down below. I mean, WAYYYYYY way down below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-7IHOXkiV8 …Sure. Let's go with that. In actuality, we've given Cerberus three steaks (for each of his mouths to feed on so maybe he'll let us back through) and called upon the ferryman Charon for his
In honor of Anniversary Week, the good folks of the [DFO] writing staff have looked through the years—nay, decades—of lost misplaced #content in search for articles that may have gone by the wayside. Yes, we've always been here, Mr. Torrance. You've already seen Shogun's discovery, and here's an article before
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qAXzzHM8zLw Tonight and tomorrow night are Manhattanhenge, a twice-yearly phenomenon (once in the spring, once in the summer) where the setting sun aligns perfectly with the Manhattan street grid. It looks something… like-a this. It's enough of a nerdy curiosity that it's right up my alley! So of course I've never successfully
Well at least for me it was. More after the news. NFL News Subtract one day from all the things I said yesterday! Chiefs promote co-director of player personnel Brett Veach to general manager after former GM John Dorsey parted on mutual terms. Apparently Cardinals coach Bruce Arians had surgery in February to remove
Hooray, it's finally here, the inevitable third installment of the trilogy that we didn't necessarily need! You know, like Godfather Part III, Shrek the Third, Matrix: Revolutions, and Spider-Man 3. (As opposed to Return of the King or surprisingly Toy Story 3. Don't get me started on Toy Story 3, man!
(Electric Boogaloo didn't quite cut it, nor did The Quickening. Maybe Back 2 Tha Hood but that doesn't work for Greenpoint, too hipster… where was I? Oh yeah.) So another year, another expo, another evening and following day of gastrointestinal discomfort, all that good stuff. I don't have to give as
Earlier today (it's still before midnight DFO time!) ESPN laid off a whole bunch of people from their on-air staff including SportsCenter anchors, people on Baseball Tonight, a whole bunch of college reporters, and basically their whole hockey staff not named Barry Melrose. Others, like Karl Ravech, Ryen Russilo, and Hannah Storm,