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  • The Evolution of NBA Team Logos (Infographic)

    The NBA has always been known as a flashy league, with near acrobats soaring through the air with a flair for the dramatic. So it makes sense to have their logos and uniforms match the eccentricity of the players style of play. Over ther past 70 years the league has gone through some drastic changes and with that progression comes team name changes and logo redesign to keep the team looking fresh. There has only been one team older than 20 years old that has never gone through a team logo redesign can you guess who?

  • Surveillance Camera Captures Aaron Hernandez Holding A Gun Minutes After Shooting [2 Photos]

    Police have released photos showing former New England Patriot star Aaron Hernandez holding a large caliber firearm shortly after his friend Oden Lloyd was shot to death. Prosecutors added that they found a spent .45 caliber shell casing in a car rented by the former New England Patriots star that matched the five bullets found in the body of murder victim Odin Lloyd. Police believe Hernandez disposed of the gun and destroyed his security camera shortly after the photos were taken. 

  • 16 Professional Athletes In Film: The Good, The Bad, and The Cringingly Reprehensible

    Athletes love the spotlight—something that is given by the fact that they compete whilst being spectated by millions. Given the aforementioned fact, it seems obvious that many athletes would try and garner more publicity via Hollywood’s legendary silver screen. And—as one would have guessed—many athletes have done so. This list will be going over some notable films that athletes have appeared in—the good, the bad, and the cringingly reprehensible. Before beginning, it must be noted that this list only covers films. So, such TV series as “The Rifleman” starring Major League Baseball pitcher Chuck Connors will be excluded.

  • The Lonely Island Kill ‘YOLO’ on Fallon

    Samberg & Co. showed up on Fallon last night for a live rendition of the hit single from their new album, YOLO. The trio have hit over 1.2 billion hits on their new EP, titled The Wack Album.  Samberg is set up to star as a ditective on a new FOX show, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, this fall created by Daniel Goor, or Parks & Goor and Conan.

  • Patrón Infused Popsicles

    It’s hot outside and what cools the heat better than a shot of tequila? Well maybe not a shot of tequila, but a shot of tequila infused into a popsicle might do the trick. The mad científico (scientists) over at Patrón have created a simple solution to a hundred year problem. Pinapple Cilantro and Peach Basil are two of the flavors the tequila mogul have released to make those hot summer days much cooler. And drunkier..?..

  • Bryan Cranston Reveals His Hidden ‘Breaking Bad’ Tattoo

    Like all good tattoo stories Bryan Cranston’s starts after a night of drinking. Following the last day of shooting Breaking Bad the cast had a wrap party and a tattoo artist showed up. “We were having a couple of drinks at a bar and they brought in a tattoo artist and we thought, ‘Why not? This is the time to do it.’”

  • Artist Paints Bruce Lee With Milk on Tray

    Liquid speed artist, Vivi Mac, mad headlines last week after a video arose of Vivi using chocolate milk to paint Ghandi and now released another video creating a Bruce Lee portrait. Mac specializes in speed painting with different mediums, but looks as though has found her popular calling painting with liquids ranging from milk to wine.

  • The 12 Best Sports Cities In America

    Every city has their share of fair weather fans, but the good people at nerdwallet.com have taken a hard look at the data to find out which are truly the best cities for sports fans. Grab your peanuts and crackerjacks as we dive right into the 12 best cities for sports fans.

  • What Happens Online In 60 Seconds? [Infographic]

    Have you ever caught yourself finding it harder and harder to concentrate on one task for a long period of time? Even if you’re just looking through your friend’s holiday photos on Facebook, you’re also scrolling through Twitter, reading a news article and constantly flicking through tabs and windows. Even when trying to concentrate on something that needs to get done you have to simultaneously be talking to your mum on Skype. Well, apparently you’re not the only one – qmee.com found out exactly what happens online in an average minute online and we think you’ll be fairly surprised…

  • SNL Actors Breaking Character [Supercut Compilation]

    On Saturday Night Live, even the best improv thespians collapse in laughter on occasion. Back in his hay day, Jimmy Fallon couldn’t keep a straight face during the majority of the skits he shared with Horatio Sans. It was always icing on the cake when a cast member broke character, which would usually have a domino effect on the other actors on stage.

  • A-Rod Gets the Much Deserved/Anticipated Taiwanese Animation Treatment

    With all the hilariously shameful news surrounding Alex Rodriguez’s downward spiraling career, it’s no surprise Next Media Animation created this parody of the soap opera that is A-Rod being chased around town by a laughably accurate rendering of Bud Selig. It will put a smile on your face knowing that you never have to see this moron grab his crotch with a constant bewildered look on his face, while at the plate.

  • 50 Ways to Jump into an Pool, Because Summer’s Almost Over

    Why? Because you should be jumping in a pool every effing weekend or weekday for that matter. It’s summer and it’s halfway over. I said it. Summer is halfway over and the same people who are complaining about the heat will be complaining about the cold in no time. So now’s the time to get out of the comfort of air conditioning and find the nearest watering hole. I’ve won a fair amount of hearts with my leisure dive, but 9/10 times it ends up being a huge mistake.

  • Jason Sudeikis’ 20 Greatest SNL Moments

    Jason Sudeikis is leaving “Saturday Night Live.” This rumor has been going around for a while and he finally confirmed the news during his Wednesday appearance on “The Late Show with David Letterman,” which airs on CBS, one of NBC’s many rival networks. Sudeikis is certainly one of our favorite SNL stars so to pay homage here is a collection of his greatest SNL moments.

  • How To Go Completely Invisible On Facebook

    Facebook doesn’t exactly make it easy for you to stay off its radar. Some people don’t like getting random friend requests or awkward messages from long-forgotten friends. Some people just want to use Facebook to keep up with others, but don’t want others to be able to keep up with them. Want to stay hidden on Facebook? We can help you out. When you’re finished, no one but you will be able to see your Facebook activity, view your photos, or see where you’ve checked in. Your current friends will still be able to view your basic profile — there’s no way around this — but all your activity will be blank.

  • Melissa Satta: Boston Born, Superstar in Italy

    Melissa Satta was born in Boston but spent her childhood splitting time on the island of Sardinia. It’s these international ties that boosted her modeling career and helped her land a high profile relationship A.C. Milan midfielder Kevin Prince Boateng. In 2010 she appeared in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue and now she appears on the cover of Maxim Italy.

  • Original James Bond Movie Posters

    Get your hands on these extremely rare, extremely pricey James Bond movie posters. Enjoy the presence of 007 every morning when you wake up or in your movie room or you could just buy yourself a mid-size sedan for the asking price of the original Dr. No, but if you got it like that, then you got it like that.

  • National Geographic Auction: 125 Years of Photography

    National Geographic magazine has brought the people and places of our immense planet into the homes through its photos since 1888. Printed in 37 languages, and instantly recognizable by the yellow-bordered cover, the magazine is revered for its world-class imagery, showcasing the talents of its intrepid photographers. Now they’re offering up an online-only auction (July 19-29) which will feature exclusive negatives and rare photos that have never seen the light. Check out the auction at Nat Geo Boundless

  • Daria The Movie Starring Aubrey Plaza [Trailer]

    Daria Morgendorffer returns to Lawndale and discovers her shallow classmates have grown into shallow adults. This is a role that Aubrey Plaza was born to play. Too bad it’s a fake CollegeHumor trailer. Quick someone fire up KickStarter and make this happen.

  • 5 Ways You’re Short Changing Your Workout

    At this point in the summer, you’re likely well into a routine. We just wanted to take a minute a point out some of the finer points of a good workout. While these adjustments may seem minor they can make a huge difference to your overall health and look. Unfortunately, they are some of the most commonly rushed or skipped tasks we see in the gym. Start to finish, here are five ways to get the most out of your workout:

  • LISTEN NOW: Childish Gambino’s New Song ‘Centipede’

    Donald Glover, star of NBC’s hit show Community lives a double life as a very very talent rapped going by the name Childish Gambino. If you didn’t know all this yet it’s time to crawl out from under your rock. Glover Gambino released a new song today called “Centipede” which you can listen to right now.

  • Titans Rookie Jonathan Willard Saves Family, Dog From Burning Car

    On the road to training camp to fight for a roster spot, Tennessee Titans rookie linebacker Jonathan Willard tackled a car fire. Traveling down Interstate 40 in Tennessee on Tuesday, Willard came upon a car on fire and helped pull a woman, her three children and their dog to safety, according to TigerNet.com.

  • No Strings Attached Free WiFi Coming To 31 San Francisco Parks

    TechCrunch.com is reporting that thirty-one San Francisco playgrounds, plazas, recreation centers and parks are getting two years of free Wi-Fi, thanks to a $600,000 gift announced by Google today — with no strings attached. Pending approvals, installations could start in November and be done by April 2014. The gift is designed to empower citizens and community groups, and serve as a pilot for city-wide free Wi-Fi. Come on New York City! Step your game up.

 
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