Wednesday, October 7th, 2009 at
Catherine Ringer may be the only person in France who hearts French national team manager Raymond Domenech besides his wife. The former porn star has a hit with her song Je Kiffe Raymond (I Fancy Raymond). How can you deny lyrics such as “If he attacked my penalty areas, I would be without defenders”? How can you deny that unibrow and “Time to make the doughnuts” ‘stache? I know I can’t.
It’s inexplicable how he still has a job after France’s performance in Euro 2008 and in the 2010 World Cup qualifiers. He must have pictures of Sébastien Chabal, Gerard Depardieu and a donkey running a train on President Sarkozy.
The song has raised his approval ratings despite his dismal record and non-existent appeal (if you believe his public relations adviser). Negative to zero is a start. If you must hear the song, you can find it here. Hope you like it when your ears get debacled.
Wednesday, July 8th, 2009 at
Wednesday, July 8th, 2009 at
You know what’s better than toast? Mo’ toast and that’s how I beat Larry Holm’, Dabe Robenfeld.
Leave it to the MLS to introduce sponsors on jerseys in the US. It may be common everywhere else in the world but the top four professional leagues have managed to avoid advertising on jerseys until now. The NFL voted to allow teams to place sponsor logos on their practice jerseys back in March. Expect a bukkake-style explosion of ads before long as most teams will do anything to make a buck.
Zero Tolerance Entertainment thinks it can make the Houston Texans bend over for “several zeros” and place the company logo on their practice jerseys. Good luck with that. Zero Tolerance is best … well, only known for porn. You can find all your favorites such as Jenna Haze, Courtney Cummz, Rebeca Linares and the almost legit Sasha Grey. We’re not even going to link to their website but don’t front like you don’t know the address already. Fine, here’s the NSFW link. We can’t begin to tell you how NSFW this link is unless you work for Vivid. I just ordered Popporn: The Guide to Making Fuck. It was a no-brainer once I heard Gene Shalit makes dirty mustache love to it.
It’s safe to say the offer is a non-starter. The company issued a press release stating as much.
“Every team in the league starts the season by saying, that they’ll have Zero Tolerance for losing,” the company said. “While our offer may not be taken seriously, there is some undeniable synergy between the NFL and the name of our company.”
Zero tolerance for what? Fun? Self-expression? The name seems more appropriate for the NFL than the company. We’ve seen plenty of Zero Tolerance offerings and it’s pretty clear their talent will tolerate almost anything.
The Texans should do themselves a favor and consider the offer. The synergy between the Texans and the company starts and stops with the Sex Cannon. This could be a partnership for the ages especially barely 18.
Friday, April 10th, 2009 at
What do you get when you cross two Aussie Rules players, a rubber chicken and a chicken carcass? Hilarity and porn … if you’re into that kind of thing. [Yahoo News]
Thursday, February 19th, 2009 at
Who says there are no more performance enhancing drugs in baseball? San Francisco Giants’ minor league shortstop Brian Bocock missed most of last season because of a circulatory problem in his hand but he is all better now thanks, in part, to…Viagra.
“The doctors had me on baby aspirin, anti-inflammatories, blood thinners, and, well … Viagra,” Bocock said, sheepishly.
“It was a low dose – just 25 milligrams – but I had to take it every day,” Bocock said.
“I can’t imagine what 100 milligrams does to you.”
Since Viagra increases blood flow, it helped out the condition in his hand…and elsewhere apparently. I wonder if Rafael Palmeiro would decline that he used the drug while playing like he did the ‘roids unlike Mr. Bocock here. Kudos to admitting that you used the stiffy picker upper. Bocock’s got a bright future ahead of himself in baseball, or, with a name like that, in the pornography industry. So long as Bocock’s Bocock isn’t as small as his batting average.
From Mercury News Blogs
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