Some Guys Pay for Vasectomies, Some Guys Shoot Themselves in the Nuts While Smuggling Drugs… To Each Their Own

nypost.com – A bungling felon from Washington state made a series of blunders when he shot himself in the testicles and tried to hide the weapon — all while storing drugs in his anus, a report said Wednesday.

Cameron Jeffrey Wilson, 27, was carrying a pistol in his front pocket while in his Cashmere, Wash., apartment on April 5 when the firearm accidentally discharged and pierced his groin and thigh, according to the Wenatchee World News.

Man, talk about having yourself a hell of a day. One second you’re stuffing a bag of meth up your ass instead of, you know, just not doing meth and the next thing you know you’re executing your junk while fumbling the gun around like Jeremy Hill in the playoffs. Continue reading

Adam Eaton Just Added a Trash Talk Comeback to My Arsenal

If you were on Twitter last night, you were sure to see some of the Adam Eaton vs. Todd Frazier back and forth from the Nationals-Mets game. Like most baseball flare-ups, it was nothing more than a shouting match between two guys who probably had no interest in actually throwing punches if it came to it.

See? Pretty much nothing worth writing home about. Thanks to MLB.tv, I was watching the rest of the game with bated breath hoping we’d at least see something else go down.

Unfortunately, that moment never came.

After the game, the two verbal combatants were asked about their little disagreement and this is what we got:

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If We Can’t Open Doors With Hand Sanitizer Like Germany (or somewhere over there), Then What Are We Even Living For?

Reddit user zebra145 said it best when they said “Why is this not a thing?” Does anything else need to be said? Probably not but I’ll try anyway.

Lucky for you, u/zebra145 is just some random person on Reddit, and I get paid pay to write about stuff like this when I stumble across it on the internet. There aren’t many things I see that make me say “ooooh, I need that” (except for every sponsored ad on Instagram and 95% of my suggested Amazon products), but this is absolutely something we need in America. I’m not a worldly man. I’ve been to Jamaica, Mexico and Italy. I’ve never been brave enough to venture into Canada, so I’m sure as shit not gonna find myself in Germany or wherever in the hell this is. Continue reading

Reds Update and Bengals OTA’s

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On this episode of Riverfront Radio, we talk about the recent Reds homestand with the Cubs and Dodgers. We also chat about the Bengals OTA’s with the o-line switch up, and hit on some hot-button political issues on accident. Enjoy the show!

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Mac’s Cincinnati Reds Throwback Uniform Series: 1912 Edition

Throughout the 2019 season, the Cincinnati Reds will be wearing a series of throwback uniforms to commemorate their 150th Anniversary and being the birthplace of professional baseball. Each weekend during a home series, the Reds will wear the uniforms from a different era to put their rich baseball history on display. Along with the Reds’ celebration, I will be reviewing and providing thoughts on each uniform throughout the season.

This Sunday, we jump ahead a year to the 1912 uniforms. They were the first uniforms worn at Redland Field, which would eventually become what was known as Crosley Field. I could go on about a ten hour rant here about how the Reds, the oldest professional baseball franchise, should still be playing at a historical site like Crosley Field, but that can be saved for a different day. I mean, the entire area would’ve developed around Crosley Field, giving us the same gameday atmosphere we have at The Banks, but instead of walking into a modern ballpark, we’d be walking into a historic palace with all of the rich history and tradition that Reds baseball brings. Don’t get me wrong, Great American Ball Park is fine, but wouldn’t it be awesome to go watch a Reds game knowing it was the same home plate that Johnny Bench sat behind for all those years? Or the same outfield that Frank Robinson patrolled before he was idiotically traded to Baltimore? We don’t have that with GABP. We had it somewhat with Riverfront Stadium because of the Big Red Machine, but generations of baseball talent and baseball traditions would’ve been so much more meaningful if they were all played in the same historic ballpark. But like I said, I won’t get into that now……

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Source: Reds.com

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