I always thought honey fried chicken was just fried chicken pieces dipped in honey after cooking, while hot.
Celebrity feuds lol. Chuck goes overboard sometimes, and LeBron is hypersenstive and thin-skinned.
Hyperbole at its best.
No, but a plaintiff attorney making accusations isn't proof of anything. We'll see what they can prove in court.
There is no proof in that article. Just accusations.
That'll fix it.
How many times this year do you expect to be in 11W jail?
Great, recent Derek interview:
a young Derek,
Derek's band with his wife, Tedeschi Trucks Band, played in Columbus 2 days ago. I wasn't able to make it.
The author he mentions, Ashley, has a twitter account full of "no I wasn't owned" responses.
Deadspin is not handling this well.
Ted Cruz is a pathetic asshole, his social media intern's joke was basic, and complaints should go to marchman at deadspin dot com.— Tim Marchman (@timmarchman) January 25, 2017
Don't know much about this guy but Bobby Carpenter tweeted it:
Watching Noah Brown tape... He's often the X-WR running iso routes. VERY VERY VERY good vs press coverage. Might be best I've seen in awhile— Ben Fennell (@BenFennell_NFL) January 23, 2017
What a joke of a post.
A lot of unfunny, whiny butt hurt in this thread due to a few statements from a coach who shouldn't even be on our radar.
I doubt any of the story is true, he was just joking around,
His moves and facial expressions crack me up.
If you like mashups, check out the CD "Zonkey" by Umphrey's McGee. They perform live mash-ups.
Radiohead's "National Anthem" + Beck's "Loser + Phil Collins' "In the Air Tonight."
"Sad But True" (Metallica) + "Clint Eastwood" (Gorillaz)
'Eddy Grant's 'Electric Avenue' and AC/DC 'Highway To Hell'
"Life During Wartime" (Talking Heads) + "Exodus" (Bob Marley) + "City of Tiny Lites" (Frank Zappa) + "25 or 6 to 4" (Chicago)
Forgot to mention John Caparulo, from northeast, OH
If you don't watch Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee, I can't recommend it enough. So many great episodes, and very few stinkers (Ali Wentworth).
The first four episodes of Season 1 (Larry David, Ricky Gervais, Brian Regan, and Alec Baldwin) really set this series up for greatness.