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15 Reasons We'll Remember "Macho Man" Randy Savage
Wrestling lost a true icon May 20th when Randy "Macho Man" Savage died in a car accident. With his gravel-filled rasp, signature cowboy hat with shades, and immortal "OH YEAH!" catchphrase, Savage transcended wrestling and became part of pop culture. Here are some of the greatest moments of his legendary career. 15. Smacked Down By Spider-Man Need a wrestler with a great look that every wrestling fan will instantly recognize? Enter Macho Man as "Bonesaw" McGraw,...
L.A. Noire: A Movie-Like Game About Movies
Rockstar Games' latest sure-to-be blockbuster, L.A. Noire, released this week on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 to the customary fanfare. It steps to the forefront of two gaming debates: one that's been brewing for years and another that's fairly new. And for a change, the big discussion regarding the game isn't about violence. (Well, it probably is at Fox News, but their video game coverage has me convinced most of their staff is still playing Pitfall on the Atari 2600.) ...
Google Gambles That Nevada Will Legalize Self-Driving Cars
This isn't something from an episode of Twilight Zone or The Outer Limits. Google (yes, that Google) has created driverless cars and is lobbying the state of Nevada to get them legalized. There is no word on whether the cars meticulously track your movements and hit you with targeted ads at the gas pump. In any case, it's official: Google has too damn much money. I'm going to start searching with Bing. (OK, not really.) Then again, I should be glad some company in America can still ...
New Wonder Woman Costume is Slightly Less Streetwalkerish
As expected, the public outcry about Adrianne Palicki's new Wonder Woman suit led to a redesign. The shiny spandex pants are gone, replaced by cloth that looks much less like a lady of the evening. And she now has red boots to contrast against the blue pants. Though I still fear there may be a "wardrobe malfunction" up top, overall the new design is an improvement. But NBC, who has elevated screwing up to an art form, is promoting the new outfit with photos that make Adrianne ...
Top 10 Memories Edge Gave the WWE Universe
Eight years after having spinal fusion surgery, the numerous injuries in the career of Adam Copeland (Edge) have forced him into retirement. A lifetime of bumps, spears, and tough spots has led to spinal stenosis. Doctors say Edge will never be medically cleared to wrestle again. With that in mind, it's time to look back on the career of the man who won more championships than any grappler in WWE history. 10. This Team - Is Rated R-K-O The enemy of enemy is my friend. No wrestling ...
The Real Threat of the NFL Lockout: Players with Too Much Free Time
The Dallas Cowboys, current and former, are in midseason form. Three athletes with ties to "America's Team" have gotten into various legal troubles in about a week's time. The problems range from a $20 million mortgage fraud scheme to a criminal trespass charge for sagging pants. Ex-athletes, a little tip here. Live your life as if millions of people are watching you constantly, just waiting to see if you'll screw up really badly. Because they are.
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Behold the New Wonder Woman in All Her Shiny Spandexed Glory
Like millions of young boys who grew up in the 70s, one of my first crushes was Lynda Carter in her Wonder Woman costume. I honestly couldn't tell you the plot of a single episode of that show. The costume is really the only thing I remember. Well, that and the cheesy yet catchy theme song... "In your satin tights, fightin' for your rights, and the old red white, and blue!" If one of the rights is that of women to wear star-spangled bustiers and carry magic lassoes around, I am down with the cause.
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