Friday, January 31, 2014
TMZ – The Game will throw his hat in the ring to fight George Zimmerman in the upcoming celebrity boxing match, and he tells TMZ, “I will beat the f**k out of him.” Zimmerman has agreed to the March 1 celebrity boxing match … the promoter hasn’t selected his opponent, but is taking offers at email@example.com. Game says, “I would not be boxing for me. I’d be boxing for the legacy of Trayvon Martin and for his family.” The rapper, who has a tattoo of Trayvon on his leg, says, “I would box him to knock him out,” adding, “I would definitely take pleasure in it. It’s legal, and I want to show him you can solve your disputes without a weapon.” Game would definitely have the edge … he’s 6’5″, and 240 lbs of muscle. Game on.
Thursday, January 30, 2014
NY Post – Quarterback Eli Manning and New York Giants brass created bogus “game-worn” football gear to pass off as the real deal — and one of the forgeries is sitting in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, an explosive new lawsuit claims. A helmet on display in the hallowed Canton, Ohio, gridiron museum — supposedly worn by Manning in Big Blue’s 2008 Super Bowl victory over the New England Patriots — is just one of dozens of fake items the football superstar and his Giants cohorts have created to fool fans and make money from collectors over the years, the lawsuit alleges. Other “forgeries” passed off on collectors include several Manning jerseys, two 2012 Super Bowl helmets and a 2004 “rookie season” helmet, according to court papers. Two-time Super Bowl MVP Manning took part in the scheme so he could hang on to his personal items, according to the documents.
Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Sapp: “I don’t think his resume stacks up when you put Tony Dungy, Walter Jones, Marvin Harrison and Derrick Brooks up. Those are four first-ballot Hall of Famers. You all don’t take that same critical eye as when you’re looking at somebody else. ‘Oh, it’s Michael. Awww, he’s our guy. He’s on TV with Kelly (Ripa)’ and ‘Oh, he’s such a good guy!’ I thought you got into the Hall because your resume stacked up with the echoes of the game. Not just the good. The great.”
Strahan: “The tiger does not pay attention to the opinion of a sheep. I don’t understand what the problem is, to be honest with you. If you have a problem with me, I’m the type of guy you come and talk to me. I’m not a coward to talk to somebody else when I have somebody’s number. I’m going to come to you and tell you if I have a problem. So I don’t understand what this whole thing is about.”
“I’m all hype. I lasted 15 years on all hype. I had 141-and-a-half career sacks — all hype. The coaches put me out there because that was hype. I played left end, that made me get sacks. Reggie White, he was hyped, too. Didn’t he play left end? Yeah, I was all hype. They never looked at me and said I should give money back for stealing. I did it as hard as I could do it, the best that I could do it for 15 years. I left it and now it’s a part of my life. It’s not my entire life. For some guys that is their life. That’s all they have left to hold on to.”
Tuesday, January 28, 2014
Miserable Men - Men that went shopping. I feel their pain. Photo Submissions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, January 27, 2014
VIA: EXCLUSIVE: Jonathan Banks has joined Bob Odenkirk in Better Call Saul, AMC/Sony TV’s upcoming prequel to Emmy-winning Breaking Bad that centers on Odenkirk‘s unflappable criminal lawyer Saul Goodman. Banks will be a series regular on the show conceived by Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan and Breaking Bad writer-producer Peter Gould. The prequel series, slated to debut on AMC in November, will chronicle the evolution of Saul before he ever became Walter White’s lawyer. The deal with Banks means that Saul will have his trusted private investigator/fixer Michael “Mike” Ehrmantraut by his side. Banks was a regular on Breaking Bad and played Ehrmantraut for 2.5 seasons after being introduced in the drama series’ second-season finale. A former Philadelphia police officer, Mike worked as the Head of Corporate Security at Los Pollos Hermano and enforcer in Gustavo Fring’s crystal meth operation. He later became involved with Walt (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse (Aaron Paul), ultimately getting shot and killed by Walt in the Season 5A finale while trying to quit the drug business. Banks’ performance in the 2012 portion of Season 5 earned him an Emmy nomination, one of two for the veteran actor. (The first was for his role on the 1987 drama series Wiseguy).
Odenkirk and Banks are the only actors set for Better Call Saul so far. There has been a lot of speculation about which characters from Breaking Bad would make the transition to the prequel. In an interview, Gilligan had suggested that Mike would be a character he would love to see on the new series. Jesse also has been talked about, with Paul and Cranston both stating publicly they would like to be part of the spinoff. The Better Call Saul gig further expands Banks’ relationship with Sony TV, where he currently recurs on the studio’s NBC comedy Community. He also will be seen in the upcoming Horrible Bosses 2.
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