There are some people who live in a dream world, some who face reality, and those that turn one into the other.
A Hampshire car enthusiast couldn’t afford the classic Ferrari he’d always wanted – so he painted one on his garage door instead. More…
Hmm… In view of the circumstances, my hand has been forced and I have taken the liberty to pain the letter “L” on his forehead… First I thought, maybe the “P” for pathetic will be a good choice but opted for the more classic “L”, a more befitting choice under to the situation.
Is that ever cool!
3 balls, 1 face - Twice unlucky!!
Venao Beach Surf Jamboree
Being Jeremy Lin, Asian and a good BBall player.. #funny
Today “Shaq-the-man O’Neil” turns 40. At 7’ 1” Shaq played for the Orlando Magic LA Lakers, Miami Heat, Phoenix Suns, Cleveland Cavaliers and Boston Celtics. O’Neal has proven to be a capable defender, named three times to the All-NBA Second Defensive Team.
O’Neal’s was well known for his “Black Tornado” move that gave him a very high-percentage of slam dunks.
I sense some anger management classes to be worth it. At the Australian Open, Marcos Baghdatis loses it with not one, two or even three racquets but FOUR!!
Professional #football players are assigned special numbers:
Babe Ruth (1895 - 1948) is, without question, the most famous player in the history of pro ball. But how did the legend earn the legendary nickname?
There are actually several stories that claim to explain the moniker, but the most likely involves a famous minor league recruiter named Jack Dunn, who noticed Ruth when he was 19 and signed young George to the Baltimore Orioles for $600. When Ruth showed up at training camp in 1914, another player is said to have called out, “here’s one of Dunnie’s babes.” The rest is baseball history.
(see more — Babe Ruth: Totally Random Trivia)