Happy Chanukah, Spursland! Yesterday might have been the weirdest day since I got here. In the same day, THE SAME DAY, Soldado scored and the U.S. started to normalize relations with Cuba. And on top of all of that, nobody, AND THE FISH MEANS NOBODY, can have anything bad to say about our team today. Oh wait, that's not all, we might be about to get oil bucks. What else weird could happen?
The answer is Kim Kardashian displaying meaningful talent at something, in case you were wondering.
We would have also accepted Ryan Rosenblatt showing a preference for things not Southern California oriented.
And now the "news"
Just so you know, AVB, or as I am now calling him "The Other Tim Sherrwood," wasn't only shitting on one of his former employers yesterday. Cue up the music, baby, because we are not alone.
Oh, apparently more things we all assumed were never going to happen until after we die happened yesterday.
FIFA corruption is like Inception. You think you went to the deepest layer you can get to ... and then you go down another level. Did that make sense? I hope so because I never saw that movie. What would be the spinny thing for FIFA in this metaphor? Sepp Blatter's Viagra pills?
Was everyone playing defense named Ted? #callbacks
You may be thinking that making soccer as a university entrance exam option sounds stupid, but you can guatantee they are reading a chemistry book while they are doing that.