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Source: www.nfl.com – Friday, June 14, 2013
2013 Stadium Bag Policy
NFL’s new bag policy will definitely ruffle some feathers, especially among female fans
Source: www.unrealitytv.co.uk – Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Fans of One Direction always love getting to see more of their idols Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Zayn Malik, Niall Horan and Liam Payne… Which is exactly what fans in Miami got last night when heartthrob Harry, while sweaty I might add, stripped off and wandered around topless! Pressyparty report, “Harry Styles treated fans to a glimpse of his abs as One Direction hit Miami. “The group are currently in the States as their Take Me Home tour visits the US following a successful run around Europe.” And as pictures on t’interweb show, Harry delighted fans as he wore nothing more than a big smile and a pair of little shorts during the impromptu walkabout with pal Niall, who sadly didn’t follow suit. However, all the 1D lads are loving Florida, and were spotted sunning themselves on a luxury yacht this week. The lads are due to play in Ft. Lauderdale on Thursday, June 13, and by then – and due to their recent strict diet and exercise regime – they should all be toned and tanned! Lucky Florida! But as we reported earlier, the lads took time out of the busy Stateside schedule to team up with Office Depot to launch a new anti-bullying campaign, for which the lads even chose their favourite colours for a new range of nail polishes. Click here to read about that, but for now, here’s a look at the 1D lads playing live recently… View the original post One Direction 2013: Fans in Miami swoon as Harry Styles goes topless and gets sweaty! on
One Direction 2013: Pictures showing Louis Tomlinson (possibly) smoking make 1D fans go nuts on Twitter!
Source: www.unrealitytv.co.uk – Wednesday, June 12, 2013
As fans of One Direction will know, the lads, Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Zayn Malik, Niall Horan and Liam Payne, are currently in America, and yesterday, they enjoyed some downtime on a luxury yacht off the coast of Miami… However, pictures taken of the lads – presumably by press photographers either on another vessel or using zoom lenses from the shore – appear to show Louis smoking, and it seems 1D fans are not happy bunnies over it! Twitter has been inundated with retweets of the images – which show Louis alongside Zayn, who is definitely smoking, unless he’s lighting his face on fire – and conversations about it. And while some fans reckon it’s nobody else’s business what the 1D lads choose to do or not do, others claim that seeing the band members smoking sets a bad example to their legion of very young admirers. One fan wrote, “Im extremely sad! Please tell me it was a one time thing.” However, a 1D fan account wrote, “Everyone needs to calm down, you don’t know if it was just a stress relief smoke, don’t forget Niall smoked when drunk & felt bad for it –B” What do you think? Would anything the 1D lads do influence you to copy them? Let us know, but for now, here’s a look at the boys performing live recently… View the original post One Direction 2013: Pictures showing Louis Tomlinson (possibly) smoking make 1D fans go nuts on Twitter! on Unreality TV
Source: www.computerandvideogames.com – Tuesday, June 11, 2013
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Source: www.grantland.com – Tuesday, May 21, 2013
By now, hockey fans have probably seen the video of a group of Toronto Maple Leafs fans watching last week’s Game 7 loss to the Bruins. If you haven’t, it’s below. Fair warning: It’s downright painful to watch. You don’t have to be a Leaf fan or even follow hockey to understand what you’re witnessing. If you’ve been a die-hard fan of a team in any sport for long enough, chances are you’ve suffere
The 20 Types of Depressed Sports Fans
Source: sportsillustrated.cnn.com – Friday, May 03, 2013
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Source: www.adweek.com – Monday, April 29, 2013
If smartphone advertising has a recurring theme, it's that the users of rival products are idiotic obsessives. Samsung made that point with its campaign poking fun at Apple fanboys. Now, Microsoft is making a similar point about both Apple and Samsung fans. The spot below for Windows Phone, from Crispin Porter + Bogusky and director Roman Coppola, takes place at a wedding, where half the crowd has iPhones and half has Galaxies. The bickering starts immediately, and soon escalates into a nasty brawl. A couple of attractive caterers, meanwhile, don't see what all the fuss is about. Can't we all just get along, and agree to buy Windows Phones? Of course, Microsoft would kill, or at least maim, for the kind of smartphone brand loyalty that the other two companies have. For now, the thinking seems to be, If you can't beat them, at least beat them up. And by the way—yes, unfortunately, Apple body tattoos do exist.
Source: www.sbnation.com – Sunday, April 28, 2013
NEW YORK – At 11 a.m. on Saturday morning, just an hour before day three of the NFL Draft was scheduled to begin, a line of fans surrounded Radio City Music Hall, waiting to be a part of the day's events. On the inside of Radio City Music Hall, Roger Goodell was at the podium, making a curious announcement. "After a trade with the Cleveland Browns , with the sixth pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, the Seattle Seahawks select Bo Callahan, quarterback, Wisconsin," Goodell said into the microphone. Goodell then repeated the announcement twice more, as he and the crew for the movie 'Draft Day' shot scenes for the film. All weekend, cameras shot scenes for Ivan Reitman's upcoming feature. The film features Kevin Costner as the general manager of the Cleveland Browns tasked with turning the team around. Arian Foster also has a role in the film. The movie was just part of the entertainment inside. Once fans entered the building and the picks began to fly off the board, the NFL took every measure to appease the fans. Free food was available, and league representatives were throwing merchandise into the crowd to fire up those who had stuck it out until day three. On night one, Goodell was announcing picks. He was replaced by former players on night two, and some lucky fans got to take the microphone to announce their team's selections with a bit of commentary on day three, which kept everyone in the building on their toes. Forgetting for a secon
Source: www.newyorker.com – Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Every so often, the eternally-at-odds cartoon animals Tom and Jerry, faced with some new and strange challenge, would put old grudges aside and join forces : there would be an exaggerated handshake, backed by a snippet of “Auld Lang Syne,” and the two would defeat their unexpected foe together. It was rare and thrilling—a clever right turn, a hopeful statement that even the bitterest of enemies can find common cause. Yet as fun as these moments of amity were, it was relief when, after the crisis had passed, either Tom or Jerry would get that devious glint in his eye, and the durable war between cat and mouse was resumed. Last Tuesday, a day after the attack on the Boston Marathon, the New York Yankees extended an unusual branch of friendship to the Boston Red Sox, their rivals to the north. The Arizona Diamondbacks were in town, and both teams were observing a belated Jackie Robinson Day, but most everyone seemed to be thinking of Boston. On a large screen outside the stadium, the Yanks and Sox logos were shown on either side of the phrase “ UNITED WE STAND .” There was a moment of silence before the game, and in the middle of the third inning, Neil Diamond’s song “Sweet Caroline” came on the public-address system—an homage to the Red Sox tradition of playing it in the eighth. It was a breezy early-season night in the Bronx; the stadium was about two-thirds full. A camera panned the crowd as the song played: it found a few fans i
Source: allieiswired.com – Sunday, April 21, 2013
Neil Diamond has a big heart. The legendary entertainer flew into Boston and worked up the idea all of his own accord, asking if he could serenade Fenway Park with a live performance of his classic “ Sweet Caroline .” Sweet Caroline is the unofficial anthem of the team and it is played during every home-game during the eighth inning, a tradition since 2002. An appropriate sentiment for a city reeling from the Boston Marathon bombings. The 72-year-old composer and singer decided to deliver the message in person. “What resonates for me tonight is the way music can offer comfort to people in times of joy or sorrow,” Diamond said on his way into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony Thursday night in L.A. “Tonight there are so many people getting awards, and sometimes you sense the questions ‘Why are we doing this? Does this really matter?’ I’ve asked those questions of myself many times. “And it turns out that it does matter,” he said. “With a tragedy like this, there are no words, but if people can find healing in music, this is the reason I’ve been doing this for the last 50 years. It goes beyond what I ever imagined.” Diamond, who was inducted into the Rock Hall in 2011 , wrote the song in 1969 with President John F. Kennedy ’s daughter Caroline Kennedy as his inspiration.