16-year old U.
Geek & Sci-Fi
Carmelo Anthony has single-handedly destroyed entire nations during the 2012 Summer Olympics, so it should come as no surprise that some countries would love to run up and punch him in the dick.
I apologize for not keeping proper tabs on the WAGS of the Olympics, as Iâ€™ve been too busy sulking over the fact that my Russian long jumper girlfriend Darya Klishina is not competing in London.
The internet = made of cats. Therefore, Cat Olympics > regular Olympics. That's just science.
Despite the love affair with hating NBC for its delayed coverage and contempt for its stupid viewers, the 2012 Summer Olympics have had some amazing moments.
NBC has received a metric ton of crap and hell for the networkâ€™s 2012 Summer Olympics coverage, and we havenâ€™t really touched on that too much, because itâ€™s like picking on the fat kid in dodgeball (writes the former fat kid in dodgeball).
The best part of this video is that she doesn't even fail the way you're expecting to.
Make no mistake about it, Team USA handled the Nigerian Menâ€™s Basketball team with humiliating authority yesterday, as Carmelo Anthony set a new team record with 37 points, and the entire team set world records with 156 points and 29 3-pointers.
As a male blogger, Iâ€™m no stranger to objectification.
We share a lot of NMA World Edition's ridiculously animated, absurdist news recap videos, but their latest (about world record Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen) brings up an interesting question of how Asian and Pacific Island nations view each other, and whether or not cultural or racial prejudices get in the way of objective reporting.
This morning marked the first time in three days that I logged into Twitter and didnâ€™t see #RejectedOlympicEvents trending, and thatâ€™s a very good thing.
It's time to celebrate the opening of 2012 Olympic Summer Games with a review of the 1988 "classic" video game, Caveman Games...
For international super duper soccer star, model and Burger King spokesman David Beckham, his most recent Los Angeles Galaxy game may have been the most important of his life.