Actress Reese Witherspoon was arrested this weekend after fighting with cops who had just pulled over her drunk husband.
Founder of the Bronx Chapter of the Reese Witherspoon fan club Galloway Young was outraged.
"Miss Witherspoon is as delicate as a rose petal okay? OKAY." Young said in a Tweet that his seven followers probably ignored. "Honey if it were up to me Legally Blonde would have won an Oscar okay? OKAY."
Witherspoon pulled the old "do you know who I am card" but obviously the police didn't know, or didn't care.
Young has started a petition but since she has already admitted guilt we're not sure what it's for.
"Just sign it please, no questions asked, okay? OKAY."
Edger Meeker of the Bronx loves the Yankees and washing his hands. He once used a whole bar of soap to clean his hands in 30 seconds. When he isn't washing his hands, he enjoys catching fireflies and eating pudding. He enjoys sports betting and the OTB. He was recently let go from his job. He say's because they were cutting back. His employer said because he was a loser. We'll let you be the judge.
His latest trip to Yankee Stadium grossed him out. He explains:
"I like going to the bathroom at the Stadium, but I always see people leaving without washing their hands. I mean, that is grotty. Sometimes I like to order a sausage and peppers sandwich and eat it in the bathroom. I can't do that if people don't keep it clean."
Edger is the first person we met who enjoys eating in the bathroom. We wondered what planned on doing about it.
"I crafted this sign. I think if the Yankees hang it in every bathroom, people will take warning. I dream of a day that I can sit in a stall and just eat some cheese fries without feeling icky." he added.
We tried to reach the Yankees for comment, but surprisingly they didn't respond.
We will let you know if they do.
The New York Yankees have been on a roll. No one expected so much production out of Hafner, Cervelli or Vernon Wells for that matter.
Avid Yankees fan Churchill Chan has been following Ichiro before he was born. He owns a cardboard cutout of Ichiro, which he puts in his car so he can ride in the HOV lane. He also has a tattoo of him on is left ass cheek. It wasn't until recently though that he became a bit concerned.
"Ichrio isn't hitting. He disgracing family and Japan honor." he added.
Churchill was born in the United States and has zero ties to Japan.
"I eat Japan food all the time." he added.
We don't know what that has to do with anything, but he did talk a little bit more about Suzuki.
"We want him to get 3,000 hits and waltz into the Hall of Fame. This is not Ichiro that I know. I think his old age is catching up to him." he added
Does Churchill have reason to be concern?
Hate them on the field of play, but this week, Bostonians became New Yorkers' "blood brothers".
Having had a shotgun poked into my stomach during a robbery, I had a sick feeling and sense of despair as my life flashed before me, especially when the perps talked of killing the witnesses! But that was only the threat of imminent death - actual maiming must be exponentially worse, the terror magnified. And I don't know any of the three souls whose lives were ended, yet my experience magnified my sadness, tears flowing freely.
That's why I have had writer's block, this past week.
That said, let's just ease into the baseball season as regards NY and Boston.
Both teams are 8-2 over their last ten (going into Saturday's action). They are 2nd and 3rd in runs in the AL (Oakland leads). And neither team was picked to see 90 wins this year, hardly division crown material.
The pitching has carried both teams to where they are, which is the opposite of how they usually get where they are. And small-ball is a new dimension for both teams, although they do hit their share of homers.
I myself picked the Yankees to wallow around .500 through April. Boston wasn't even on my radar.
I expected Cervi to hit .260, not .324 (so far) and with clutch dingers! Ichiro has stumbled out the gate, I suspect, because he's out of his usual batting order location, AND, he has been on other teams' radars to pitch carefully, leaving newcomers Wells, Hafner, Overbay, & Nunni to feast on unprepared pitchers. Uke is a hitting magnet - not necessarily batting as much as getting hit!
But like the plethora of April .400 hitters and 1.000+ OPS hitters over the years, we all know that this must shake out as the season progresses. Thanks to the inflated stats that the Indians pitchers afforded us, many hitters have a renewed confidence. But we only face Cleveland one more time, so that freebie is gone!
The Yankees will be without Derek Jeter until at least the All-Star break, as the team announced on Thursday that a CT scan revealed a small fracture in the shortstop's surgically repaired left ankle.
Jeter, 38, had been working out at the Yankees' Minor League complex in Tampa, Fla., but he wasn't able to play in a game since March 23, which followed a spring setback that required a cortisone injection.
With Jeter sidelined, Cashman said that the Yankees will continue to field a shortstop tandem of Eduardo Nunez and Jayson Nix, making for some very happy people, mostly the Nunez and Nix families.
We all have been driving and seen complete morons doing idiotic things in the car next to us. Some people sing and dance around. others eat full meals and smoke.
Cheech Saunders of Utica New York loves to do something a little bit different.
"I like listening to the Yankees on the radio when I drive. Its great! The other thing I like to do is shave. Combine those two things and you got one heck of a Tuesday night." added Cheech.
Distracted driving accounts for most of the accidents on the road today. Cheech doesn't seem to mind.
"I have a face full of whiskers and I like me some Yankees. If I happen to sway into another lane, so be it. It's my right as a driver." he added.
It isn't clear if Cheech ever gets Yankees tickets and ever goes to the Stadium, but we do know he enjoys the games on the radio.
"I ran over someone's dog because I was shaving my neck. Who cares? I hate dogs. I like shaving so I look good for the ladies."
Ladies don't think so though. Cheech hasn't had a date is 36 years.
"I'm not the dating type. I am kind of an idiot if you can believe it." He added
We can. Yankees pull out a late win.
Wrigley Field will be getting a renovation to the tune of $500 million.
The team that plays there, the Cubs, will still be terrible.
The Cubs last World Series win came minutes before the Last Supper.
"Talk about putting perfume on a pic." Said Chicago resident Will Adams.
"It's about time. Baseball is all about electronic advertisements and Twitter score updates." Said a 16 year old idiot.
"I hate it. My view will be ruined." Said a guy who doesn't pay for tickets but watches games from a rooftop across the street.
Baseball may lose a piece of its history.
Alex Rodriguez purchased potentially incriminating documents from a person connected to a South Florida-based clinic to keep them away from MLB, the New York Times reported Friday.
How much did A-Rod pay?
Did he really think no one would find out? He is a moron.