I've seen many obscure renditions of our national anthem throughout my days, but this one certainly stands out.
This is Chad Smith of the Red Hot Chili Peppers performing the Star Spangled Banner before a Pistons game in the early Nineties. He's way into it which is why it's hilarious, but it's also a pretty cool arrangement of the jam.
...but it can be hilarious. I've begun frequently using the phrase "mucka lucka" after I heard it used in the TV-friendly version of Pineapple Express several times. After watching this clip, I have a couple of new self-censoring tricks in my arsenal.
I don't know about you, but I am going through a severe NFL withdrawl right now. I wake up on Sunday morning tired and hungover, and all I want to do is turn on the tube and catch some big hits and watch my Bucs lose.
The season is a long ways off, so maybe I'll have to resort to rugby. Watching this clip certainly makes that more of a possibility.
If you frequent a gym, you often get in the mindset that everyone is doing everything wrong and you are the apex beast of the floor. Well, if you saw this hog at your local gym and decided to criticize him, you would probably be justified.
I think the description of this video said it best, so enjoy.
Cal State Fullerton's Austin Kingsolver only got two plate appearances in yesterday's game against Arizona State, and he probably wishes that he could have skipped the first one. In the top of the seventh inning, Arizona State pitcher Josh McAlister let a 3-2 slider get away from him and sent the pitch sailing into Kingsolver's dick and balls.
We would like to take a moment to applaud the play-by-play announcer's restraint, though. You can tell that he desperately wanted to yell "Right in the nuts!" on the call, but pulled himself back at the last second and went with "midsection." The guy's obviously a pro.
Tonight, Sugar Ray will take the stage at Happy Harry's Ribfest. Most remember Sugar Ray for their poppy rock songs (which were undeniably catchy), but don't even realize that this band started out as a pretty legit hard rock band.