Happy Tuesday Spursland! The news broke yesterday about the advances in the Northumberland Development Project and it is great; it is fantastic and all that, but glossed over in the details was the best part. We are getting a 999 year lease on the land! That means that we are that much more like Guinness, and any time you get put in the same group as the fine people at Guinness, who totally aren't paying me to write this, you are on the good side. We already were awesome and non-conformists, much like the chocolaty goodness that is Guinness, but now we just moved into the big time of next level business savvy.
And now the "news"
Reina Says He Won't Go Back To Barca, But Hopes Bale Goes To Madrid-Sky Sports
Talk about some LOLpool!
Madrid Make First Move in Bale Drama-Telegraph
Oh and the laughs just keep on coming! Madrid expect Dan Levy to just give them information of any kind, and not charge them for it? And they probably expect it to be accurate information too! At this rate if Bale leaves it won't be for £50 million, it will be for £65 plus the entire academy team.
Gunners With A Serious Mountain To Climb-SB Nation Soccer
Because they suck, and that's what you get when your manager prefers Theo Walcott over Gareth Bale.
Arsenal's Creativity Is Starting To Return-The Short Fuse
Is it? I can't see that far behind us to 5th place.
Andrew Jackson, Our Greatest Presidential Athlete-SB Nation
This is awesome, but it isn't accurate. My pick for our greatest Commander In Chief athlete? Washington. Although if you are going by who is more badass Jackson is straight up on some Teddy Roosevelt level.