While you can’t knock a guy for showing some emotion in honor of our wonderful country, you can’t help but with some guilt laugh at his expense. Moreno did indeed unleash a remarkable amount of tears on Sunday in Kansas City. It may be a record-amount of tears shed.
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Denver Broncos running back Knowshon Moreno received a lot of attention for shedding tears that seemed to pour out of his eyes like water during Sunday's game against Kansas City.We're not sure what the background is behind Moreno's tear duct issues, but we have discovered that it's more enjoyable to watch this version of Moreno crying while set to Whitney Houston...
This is cold…..
So, so cold….
Such authorities on the matter as Paul the Apostle and late American singer Whitney Houston have suggested — sometimes in more, sometimes in fewer words — that love is the greatest gift of all. It’s quite possibly the case, that. Actually testing the hypothesis presents difficulties, of course. That said, one hears few arguments to the contrary.
In any case, if one takes for...
Whitney Houston no longer has to be a trivia answer in Bengals history. Hopefully Lorde won’t have to be.
The late singer had the number one hit in the land when the Bengals defeated the Bills at Ralph Wilson Stadium in 1985. They dropped six straight before ending that streak on Sunday.
The Bengals didn't make it easy though. They squandered a two-touchdown third-quarter...
(Song starts at 1:26)
Aaaaaand I’m pregnant.
In all seriousness, this video is a couple years old but, for some unthinkable reason, it hasn’t really gained that much traction online. That is until today, of course. That’s Josh Weathers of the Josh Weathers Band nailing the amazing cover during a show at the Kessler Theater in Dallas, Texas in 2011. I don’t know if it’s...
The world’s attention wavered between the tragic and the silly in 2012, and along the way, millions of people searched the Web to find out about a royal princess, the latest iPad, and a record-breaking skydiver. Whitney Houston was the “top trending” search of the year, according to Google Inc.’s year-end “zeitgeist” report. Google’s 12th [...]
September 18, 2012
Welcome to Newark, NJ birthplace of Whitney Houston and other fine wretched crackhos as seen in this video. I’ve seen 10,000+ fights of drunk, skinny, hot chicks and not one top ever came off. However in this sumo wrestler battle royale, I get the pleasure of seeing two pairs of udders that have scarred my corneas and memory. Proceed with caution, video is slightly NSFW and very disturbing.
Atherosclerotic heart disease and cocaine use led to singer Whitney Houston’s accidental drowning in a hotel bathtub last month, according to a preliminary report by ...
COLUMBUS, Ohio Perhaps it was a benchmark of sorts the first news conference in NCAA basketball tournament history where a coach mentioned Chaucer, Whitney Houston and the Christian Science Monitor in a 17-minute span.
At least it was the first time since Rick Majerus last was in the NCAAs, which would have been almost a decade ago in 2003. Majerus was coach of Utah then. Now...
Retail giant Target is scrambling to pull a Whitney Houston greeting card from its shelves before it hits a sour note with fans of the late singer. The card reads: "Next time you think of dating the bad boy, consider Whitney Houston. That's all I'm going to say."
Calling Whitney Houston a “crack ho” got two radio dj’s suspended, so calling the deceased songstress the N-word isn’t going to be received favorably by most. An Illinois man was suspended from his duties as president of a youth baseball organization on Monday after calling Whitney Houston the N-word on his Facebook page.
John Kelly wrote the following on his Facebook:
Criticism continues to mount over the National Enquirer's decision to run a photo of Whitney Houston in her coffin on its cover, but the publisher of the tabloid says she thinks the image is a work of art. "I thought it was beautiful," publisher Mary Beth Wright told www.foxnews.com Thursday.
The Queen of Soul has had enough. Aretha Frankli n, upset about the "irresponsible and inaccurate" reporting following Whitney Houston's funeral Saturday, says media outlets like "Extra" and the New York Post "are more interested in sensationalism and negative speculations than the truth."
The National Enquirer grabbed pics of Whitney Houston in her casket for their latest issue (above). Really not that much difference from their previous issue (below).
Every time you check your...
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You thought we were done showing the sexcapades of Jared Freid aka The Frat Dude at the AVN Expo, but you were dead wrong, my man. Sure we saw him on the red carpet and interacting with fans and...
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February 21, 2012
Heartbreak Hotel for #24 Gonzaga Bulldogs
It seems on the week of Whitney Houston’s passing that the University of San Francisco’s War Memorial Gym has been renovated into the Heartbreak Hotel. The average fan would excuse the San Francisco Dons (18-11, 8-7, in the WCC) if they laid an egg on Saturday.
While Gonzaga is always the West Coast Conference’s most anticipated game...
Flavor Flav was devastated over the news of the death of Whitney Houston. At the 1:15 mark Mr. Flav says, “losing Whitney Houston was like music losing its arm.” Wait. What?
When you say it that way, now it makes complete sense.
Channel Five in Britain ran a promo for Whitney’s Addictions: Death of a Diva. Immediately (really, immediately) following on run of the promo came an ad for Wonga.com in which a puppet says, "She...
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There had to be an auction, but so soon? A black velvet dress that belonged to Whitney Houston and a pair of earrings she wore in "The Bodyguard" will be sold to the highest bidder next month.
After all the testimonials from relatives and friends, the songs from legends and pop stars, the preaching and even laughter, the raw emotion of Whitney Houston's funeral came down to just one moment: The sound of her own voice.
Much of Whitney Houston's invitation-only, star-studded funeral was a Detroit affair. Several members of the Motor City's first family of gospel, the Winans, played key roles in the service that was watched by millions all over the world.
Whitney Houston is finally at peace. Which is far different than how she was treated for the six days after she died.