FAST FOOD REVIEW: Taco Bell Nacho Fries

Taco Bell is most known for its wild creations that bring people in mostly out of curiosity, mainly so they have a story to tell about what they just ate, and to be able to post pictures on Snapchat, Instagram or wherever else.

So by their lofty and wild standards, the Taco Bell Nacho Fries are a pretty tame addition to the standard menu. They’re fries! But with nacho cheese to dip them in! Continue reading FAST FOOD REVIEW: Taco Bell Nacho Fries

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Cucks in Deep: What are the odds that a player gets vertigo in the same division as a Hitchcock?

Welcome to Cucks in Deep, a weekly right-wing (hockey term!) hockey column about all of the conspiracies and news going on in the world of hockey that the NHL and other leagues don’t want you to know about and the lamestream media are too afraid to report on. But not us. Continue reading Cucks in Deep: What are the odds that a player gets vertigo in the same division as a Hitchcock?

The most exciting battle in sports might be the Premier League’s race to avoid relegation

As most sports leagues are into the second half of their respective schedules, attention has turned to playoff races in the NHL, NBA, and keeping an eye on the bubble in NCAA Basketball. While those are all fun and worth keeping an eye on, one of the closest, deepest battles going on is the race to avoid relegation in the Premier League. Continue reading The most exciting battle in sports might be the Premier League’s race to avoid relegation

The Pistons-Clippers blockbuster doesn’t make much sense for either team

The NBA got turned on its head last night when the news suddenly broke, seemingly from out of nowhere, that the Detroit Pistons and Los Angeles Clippers had made a major trade, sending superstar Blake Griffin and two scrubs to the Pistons for Tobias Harris, Avery Bradley, Boban Marjanovic, a protected 1st Round pick, and a 2nd round pick. Continue reading The Pistons-Clippers blockbuster doesn’t make much sense for either team

This is it for Tiger Woods

So Tiger Woods is back…again. Teeing it up on the PGA Tour for the first time in what feels like forever when he takes on the South Course at Torrey Pines today at 1:40 p.m., EST.

And really, if Tiger doesn’t get back to where he was before, or even come close to it, or pulls out with another injury as he did with each previous comeback attempt, then this is it. Continue reading This is it for Tiger Woods