I don’t know how I’ve missed this until now, but Dave Chappelle’s For What It’s Worth is on YouTube in its entirety. I guarantee it’s a better way to spend an hour than tracking he-said they-said we-said nonsense in the David Wright negotiations. Language very NSFW:
And we have a commercial for the Yankees’ signature cologne. Via Big League Stew:
Fact: Fragrance companies have never even considered using color film in a commercial. They’ll laugh you right out of the room for that. So bourgeois!
Also: I can’t be the only one who expected the Breeders’ “Cannonball” to kick in at the end there, right?
For the Hoyas:
Phil Coke is funny. Via Dustin Parkes:
Check this out: There’s a railroad overpass in Durham, N.C. that’s just a couple of inches too short for many trucks to clear. The city installed a bunch of signs and flashing lights to warn drivers of the low clearance, but still about one truck a month gets the top of its trailer sliced off by the bridge. Obviously it’s awful for the truck drivers, even if they should have been paying closer attention.
A local filmmaker named Jürgen Henn has spent the last five years documenting the crashes and posting them to his YouTube channel. Now, someone set them to the Rocky theme, and it’s spectacular.
This site has been open in its appreciation of former Georgetown Hoya hero and current Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert, one of our nation’s most awesome individuals. Check out his appearance at the Pacers’ Meet the Rookies event at an Indianapolis-area shopping mall. My understanding is that no one was expecting this.
That’s impressive footwork for a 7-foot-2 man.