Adrian's music could be another piece by itself, but the second clip down, the one that begins with Randy Savage chasing Miss Linda, turns into the Merchant of Menace video.
I may be wrong, but I believe that Beebe was on six different Super Bowl teams but only played in five of the games because of injury.
the first complaint was that football players made too much money to deserve sympathy. now your argument is that Mike Webster, a Hall of Fame center who played 15 seasons for the Pittsburgh Steelers, more than any player in franchise history, didn't get another job quickly enough.
which only goes to show how little you… Read more
That’s an interesting take. Especially since it’d be rather self-destructive for a website more or less dedicated to sports to proclaim the country’s most popular sport as “bad.”
I can’t speak for Deadspin, but I wanted to interview these former players because I felt like their individual voices were not being… Read more
Please tell me more about "Deadspin's attempts to direct the narrative elsewhere."
I can't offer specific "tail" numbers, but have your friend look at NFL salaries before 1993. Mike Webster, arguably the best center who ever lived, as well as the likely cornerstone of this concussion discussion, was a Steelers rookie in 1974, took over the starting job in 1976 and made $103,877 for the 1978 season.… Read more
I couldn't agree more. I would love to interview Associate Justice Page. And failing that, I would love to read an interview with Associate Justice Page.
transcribed and edited, but yes there's audio for all the interviews.
I honestly have no idea how to go about getting a job with the Secret Service. Or any job actually. Which probably goes a long way towards explaining why I spend so much time in my pajamas.
Well, you're close.
Even though Senator Thurmond (Clemson Agricultural College of South Carolina, Class of 1923) was a powerful man I doubt he could've just "inserted" Davis. In fact, Davis actually worked in Senator Thurmond's office for a time before joining the Secret Service in May of '89.
You're absolutely right.