When running ads like this, essentially a "False Flag", at what point does the law consider the line to be crossed and they end up in slander/libelous territory? I know that a lot of the armchair lawyers believe that "Parody" is this magical, infallible defense for stuff like this. but honestly, where is the upper… » 10/23/14 11:22pm Yesterday 11:22pm

This is spot on. If I had a nickel for every Salutatorian in Ann Arbor with a crushing inferiority complex who used the phrase "Public Ivy" in reference to Michigan, I'd fill a sock with those nickels and start crushing windpipes. » 10/19/14 2:27pm Sunday 2:27pm

I am patiently waiting for Gawker's inevitable follow up article "Have We Reached Peak Dick?". It would be a fascinating piece on America's every growing fascination with dicks in the media. I believe the first harbinger of things to come was Jason Siegel's tugged-n-puffed semi in "Forgetting Sarah Marshall". From… » 10/16/14 2:26pm 10/16/14 2:26pm

You, good sir, have clearly never crossed paths with a Michigan fan. A full 92% of them have never set foot in a classroom in Ann Arbor (or any college for that matter), but claim to bleed Maizenblue (yup, it's actually one word per these fanboys). » 10/07/14 8:54am 10/07/14 8:54am

My Freshman year at Michigan State, Nick Saban abandoned his team with a drunk uncle named Bobby Williams. The next 3 years were nothing short of atrocious. Games like this couldn't happen to a nicer guy. I hope he enjoys the taste of tear-stained oatmeal cream pies. » 10/04/14 10:35pm 10/04/14 10:35pm

The worst part about MN accents is that they are insulated by thick, scalding layers of Minnesota Nice. Minnesota Nice is a social construct wherein uppity Suburban parents will dish out discrimination disguised as compliments ("He's doing really well in school for coming from a Finnish family" or "She's one of the… » 9/30/14 1:48pm 9/30/14 1:48pm