April 16, 2014

via boston.barstoolsports.com

If this numbnuts can't place suspicious-looking backpacks at the finish line and stand out in the street yelling Boston Strong, then the terrorists have truly won. #FreeKayvon

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March 26, 2014

via www.myfoxphilly.com

Salutes to this kid's father for steering him in the right direction.

PHILADELPHIA - We first told you about this story Wednesday on "Good Day." A high school senior gives up a free ride to college to pursue a rap career.

Now, we're hearing from the young man himself.

Jay Harris is one of the top high school football prospects in Pennsylvania.

The Downingtown High School East senior and wide receiver had a scholarship to play college football at Michigan State University next year, and was heavily recruited.

But, in a surprising move, Harris says he decided to give it all up to be a rap star.

Harris says his father supports him, and he says he's working on getting signed to a record deal and can always go to college later.

Philadelphia News, Weather and Sports from WTXF FOX 29

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March 24, 2014

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He's gotta keep his endurance up in order to make sweet, passionate love to video hoes.

Related: Won't someone save this portly black child?

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February 19, 2014

via philly.barstoolsports.com

Allowing a woman to win any (meaningless) competition that doesn't involve cooking or cleaning is the chivalrous thing to do anyway.

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February 07, 2014

via mashable.com

I'm less concerned with the dogs, who get killed all the time, than I am with white people's response. If they don't actually go over there and save those dogs, there's basically no way they would prevent a second slave trade. #logic

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