An Uber driver explains a very interesting solution to a problem he has encountered, not a solution to a problem you will ever encounter, but a solution none the less. KFC has shifted the face of their marketing yet again, and we get a review of the new Nashville Hot Chicken. Sports Illustrated has found a new model, and we think this is a move in the right direction. A local Chuck E Cheese has had a disaster that we hope they can recover from; something tells me they have seen this before though. The struggle between nature and technology continues to rage, and this time technology wins.
Love is in the air, and Peyton Manning can hardly contain himself, or his past. The guys celebrate Valentines Day...albeit poorly. A few harmless Tinder swipes turn into a few damaging swipes of another kind. Craigslist has never been considered the most innocent corner of the internet, but a new (to us) site has made us realize how tame it really is. A Vegas trip that is more work than play is on the horizon, while another man has mastered the art of no work and all play.
Another SuperBowl has come and gone, and while it may not have been the most memorable of our time the pounds gained may last forever. The question is raised where the best food can be found: State Fair or a SuperBowl party? An old workout machine is pulled out of storage, and along with it a fresh set of jokes. The BMX world sadly lost one of the greats, and we wonder if this may the first time CTE has reared its head in extreme sports. Mardi Gras is here again, and we can smell it from here.
The week of the Super Bowl is upon us, and the hype machine is rolling. HGH has been a hot seller, but they may need a new face for the product, maybe with less forehead. The line between jocks and nerds is blurring as we loosen the definition of what is sport; we are looking at you drone racing. The guys report back from the Shiver in the River, and we get a first hand report on what it is like to drive an Uber (at least for a bit).