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What Passes for Life: Be kind to animals edition

Written by Juan Cena on Thursday, May 13 2010 and posted in SWRT
(What Passes for Life is SWRT's collection of sports and non sports related links and hi-jinks.)



My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys. Leonard Davis of Dallas Cowboys helps a group of wayward ducks out of the 11th hole sand bunker and out of trouble at the team's Sponsor Appreciation Golf Tournament.

View more news videos at: http://www.nbcdfw.com/video.



Too bad there's not anybody who can keep the Oregon Ducks football team out of trouble like that. (Deadspin, NBC Dallas-Fort Worth)

Mountain West wants to take Boise State to the prom. The Mountain West Conference might be ready to send an invite to Boise State to become a member. This has everything to do with the MWC wanting that elusive automatic spot in the BCS. (SB Nation)

Things I learned last night. On a related front, the Mountain West Conference has its own network. Who knew? (SB Nation)


Olivia Munn unleashed on network television. Olivia Munn may be currently be getting spanked by Evangeline Lilly in Esquire's "Sexiest Woman Alive Madness" tournament NBC has picked up the sitcom Perfect Couples, which will star the geek fantasy diva. Sadly, thirty minutes of Evangeline Lilly spanking Munn on TV would probably get better ratings. (Warming Glow, The Live Feed)

How to make Junior look like Peyton Manning. Speaking of Esquire, the magazine went to NFL Flims president Steve Sabol for tips on filming your kid's sporting event. Now you can make Junior's Pop Warner game look like a Super Bowl highlight reel. (Esquire)

America's Next Top Harry Potter Wannabe. Tyra Banks is writing a series of fantasy novels about a school for models. At least Oprah only picks crappy novels for her fans to read, not write them. (ABC News, thanks to Jude Terror at The Outhouse for the word up.)
2011 MLB All-Star Game not going anywhere. MLB Dictator for Life Commissioner Bud Selig has said the 2011 All-Star Game will stay in Phoenix, and not move in protest of that pesky anti-immigration law. No news if any of the MLB's Hispanic players plan to show up. (Yahoo! Sports)

Taking rap a little too seriously. Even though Real World: Brooklyn cast member Ryan A. Conklin inspired a lot of people with his service for America as a Soldier in Iraq, he isn't known for taking himself too seriously. He recently posted a clip on his YouTube channel reciting rap lyrics verbatim. Funny stuff.



Make sure you check out Conklin's memoir on his first tour of duty in Iraq, An Angel from Hell. It's an awesome book telling what the war in Iraq is really like from a Soldier's point of view.


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(What Passes for Life is SWRT's collection of sports and non sports related links and hi-jinks.)



My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys. Leonard Davis of Dallas Cowboys helps a group of wayward ducks out of the 11th hole sand bunker and out of trouble at the team's Sponsor Appreciation Golf Tournament.

View more news videos at: http://www.nbcdfw.com/video.



Too bad there's not anybody who can keep the Oregon Ducks football team out of trouble like that. (Deadspin, NBC Dallas-Fort Worth)

Mountain West wants to take Boise State to the prom. The Mountain West Conference might be ready to send an invite to Boise State to become a member. This has everything to do with the MWC wanting that elusive automatic spot in the BCS. (SB Nation)

Things I learned last night. On a related front, the Mountain West Conference has its own network. Who knew? (SB Nation)


Olivia Munn unleashed on network television. Olivia Munn may be currently be getting spanked by Evangeline Lilly in Esquire's "Sexiest Woman Alive Madness" tournament NBC has picked up the sitcom Perfect Couples, which will star the geek fantasy diva. Sadly, thirty minutes of Evangeline Lilly spanking Munn on TV would probably get better ratings. (Warming Glow, The Live Feed)

How to make Junior look like Peyton Manning. Speaking of Esquire, the magazine went to NFL Flims president Steve Sabol for tips on filming your kid's sporting event. Now you can make Junior's Pop Warner game look like a Super Bowl highlight reel. (Esquire)

America's Next Top Harry Potter Wannabe. Tyra Banks is writing a series of fantasy novels about a school for models. At least Oprah only picks crappy novels for her fans to read, not write them. (ABC News, thanks to Jude Terror at The Outhouse for the word up.)
2011 MLB All-Star Game not going anywhere. MLB Dictator for Life Commissioner Bud Selig has said the 2011 All-Star Game will stay in Phoenix, and not move in protest of that pesky anti-immigration law. No news if any of the MLB's Hispanic players plan to show up. (Yahoo! Sports)

Taking rap a little too seriously. Even though Real World: Brooklyn cast member Ryan A. Conklin inspired a lot of people with his service for America as a Soldier in Iraq, he isn't known for taking himself too seriously. He recently posted a clip on his YouTube channel reciting rap lyrics verbatim. Funny stuff.



Make sure you check out Conklin's memoir on his first tour of duty in Iraq, An Angel from Hell. It's an awesome book telling what the war in Iraq is really like from a Soldier's point of view.



Posted originally: 2010-05-13 14:43:00
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