Friday, October 24, 2014
Junior hockey players claim girl, 15, pursued sex as ploy to bed men from each team in league
Thomas Carey and Brandon Nicholas, both 19, have reportedly admitted sleeping with the girl and filming the acts during a Valentine's Day tryst in Moorhead, Minn. Their attorneys claim the girl was the predator in the case and pursued the men so she could pass another female 'hockey groupie' known as 'the Legend' by sleeping with a member of every team in the U.S. Hockey League.
I don't know what the truth is, but I do think this girl either has incredibly good taste or incredibly good luck. Read HERE.
Not to defend the guy, but you'd have to have a life-threatening disease to be willing to pay what they charge for a lane in this town.
I love you, Lizz!
I love you, Lizz!
Jesus F**king Christ. Is this the hottest man ever? And he's an overachiever, to boot. Read on ...
Australian superstar Jarryd Hayne quit his rugby league team Wednesday to pursue a career in the NFL. The Australian international, who won the National Rugby League's highest individual accolade -- the Dally M Medal -- for a second time just last month, has been given a conditional release by his club, the Parramatta Eels, to follow his NFL dream. [+] EnlargeJarryd Hayne Ashley Feder/Getty Images Jarryd Hayne is giving up his rugby league contract to try to make it in the NFL. Hayne, 26, said he could not let the opportunity to play in the NFL pass him by. "For the past 24 months I've been thinking about having a crack in the NFL, and over the last 12 months I've been seriously considering it," Hayne said in a letter published on the Eels' website.
We need less security, not more
Why the best response to the Ottawa shootings is to open Parliament to all Canadians—not to fortify it
While it saddens me that what happened(1) in Canada yesterday is kind of like a normal Wednesday in America, I do agree with writer Scott Gilmore in Maclean's on this one. Read HERE.