brianmichaelbendis:

The first in a tradition of baseball games at Xavier’s school.
X-Men #110, April 1978 Tony DeZuniga and Chris Claremont

brianmichaelbendis:

The first in a tradition of baseball games at Xavier’s school.

X-Men #110, April 1978
Tony DeZuniga and Chris Claremont

(Source: transmissionsgeekroom)

18 New Redskins Names Inspired By Marvel Comics | Mr. Irrelevant, a D.C. Sports Blog by the Brothers Mottram

I voted for Washington War Machine, but that’s not the funniest of these 18 selections. Great stuff from Matt Terl (with a few suggestions from me) on Mister Irrelevant.

Panda roll.

Panda roll.

Huell taking a money nap is my favorite thing on the Internet right now.
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Huell taking a money nap is my favorite thing on the Internet right now.

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sbnation:

Presenting the THE 2013 COLLEGE FOOTBALL INDEX! 
All 125 — yes, 125 — of our advanced college football team profiles, collected for you in one place, and compiled in a stunning, MUST-SEE design: http://www.sbnation.com/college-football/2013/8/27/4624800/college-football-preview-teams-2013

This is a thing of beauty.

sbnation:

Presenting the THE 2013 COLLEGE FOOTBALL INDEX! 

All 125 — yes, 125 — of our advanced college football team profiles, collected for you in one place, and compiled in a stunning, MUST-SEE design: http://www.sbnation.com/college-football/2013/8/27/4624800/college-football-preview-teams-2013

This is a thing of beauty.

Washington Redskins

I started a Washington Redskins magazine on Flipboard. If you’re a fan of the team (or of RGIII, for that matter) you should check it out. And if you have an iPhone or IPad and don’t use Flipboard, you should start doing so immediately!

Big “boo!” for the beach.

Big “boo!” for the beach.

Believe it or not, this speech is copyrighted and not in the public domain. So enjoy this video while you can. Needless to say, it’s a pretty amazing speech; I listened again today and got chills.

The head shot that ran with a Wall Street Journal story about McDonald’s and its CEO’s defense of the corporate mascot.

The head shot that ran with a Wall Street Journal story about McDonald’s and its CEO’s defense of the corporate mascot.