Nate jumps over stage manager Biff Henderson and Dave makes a joke about being 6’2″ and playing a little Mexican ball and … well, just watch it, Americans.
Daily Archives: February 20, 2009
Pittsburgh Steelers kicker Jeff Reed has pleaded guilty to disorderly contest and criminal mischief after police say he broke a towel dispenser in a convenience store.
Reed pleaded guilty to the two summary offenses, which are similar to traffic tickets, on Friday. He’ll be fined $543.50.
Police say Reed threw a temper tantrum Feb. 14 at a Sheetz store in New Alexandria, a tiny borough about 35 miles east of Pittsburgh, because its restroom didn’t have any towels.
Police say he broke the dispenser then used profane language to an employee and also outside the store.
Reed made 27 of 31 field goals and 36 of 37 PATs for 117 points in his seventh season with the Steelers, which was capped by Pittsburgh’s 27-23 win over the Arizona Cardinals in the Super Bowl.
The Dallas Cowboy’s owner Jerry Jones has told his coaches not to talk to reporters. Can the Cowboys be in any worse shape? It’s proof things are bad at the Ranch when coaches can’t talk publically in February. Cowboy coaches have been told not to talk to the media. Period.
A memo was sent to the Cowboys coaches not to talk to reporters in mid-January before the Senior Bowl, according to a source.
Mr. Six is dancing his way back into Six Flags parks.
The octogenarian dancer, who enticed kids and adults onto a bus headed to Six Flags in a series of television commercials, is once again part of the theme park company’s ad campaign.
“People love Mr. Six. He made them laugh. They loved the music that he danced to,” said Steve Martindale, general manager at Six Flags Over Texas . “We felt like it was time to bring him back and let him dance some more.”
Mr. Six will appear in the chain’s parks as a character, and guests will be able to get their picture taken with him. . He will also be accompanied by his music and encourage guests to dance with him.
It’s in-between football and baseball season. It’s what I call the “dead zone” in sports. Actually we have Nascar just starting up so all is not lost..but with only one race in (Daytona) it still sort of feels like the dead zone, so here we go with a video showing some extremely creative LSU fans. Geaux Tigers!