Politics is a lot like sports. You don shirts and other swag in support of your team, even when they have an ice cube’s chance in hell of winning.
Things continue to spiral out of control for our reporter Jason Ruiz as he struggles to deal with the on-field success of his teams as well as his cognitive dissonance with cats.
Anaheim and the Los Angeles Angels appear to be in exclusive negotiations as a December opt-out deadline nears.
EN: I want to assure you, the reader, who have found such joy in Jason’s sadness, that we are aware of the situation and will do everything we can to rectify the Jason situation, by wrecktifying the Jason situation.
This weekend represents the rarest of moments, where the stars align and the unholy trinity of W’s fall into place: Bruins, Cowboys, Fantasy.
In October, three reporters from our newsroom will run the Jet Blue Long Beach half marathon. Some have been more on top of their training while others have treated it like a story deadline.
The thought of running 26.2 miles for fun is not a common, dare I say sane, thing for a person to contemplate. Add in the fact that according to Greek prose, the race derives from the ill-fated trip of a courier named Pheidippides delivering news of victory at the Battle of Marathon—he died—and it’s understandable that on average only half of one percent of the United States population has undertaken this challenge before.