So this is what it’s come to for my beloved New York Mets. These t-shirts have been hung in the locker of each Mets player at the direction of owner, Jeff Wilpon. At first I had no idea what it was (Was it a failed cross-promotion between Wu-Tang and Under Armour?) Then I came to find out that it’s the logo that the cartoon character Underdog wears on his chest meant to convey to the team, well you get it. Oof. Great message. A dog by any other name is still a dog. Mets pitcher Tim Byrdak has responded to this message in kind.
Read more about it here.
It appears as though someone is selling a pair of Jeremy Lin’s underpants from his Harvard Days on ebay.
Here’s the item description:
My brothers friend went to Harvard and was in the same dorm, got his boxers from the dryer on accident. Got them from him for $100 because hes stupid. Buy now and these could be worth alot in the future.
Hard to tell if they’re real. I mean they could just be two laundry bags sewn together with an elastic waistband. In any event, the current bid is at $1,000.
It was called Graffiti Rock and it would have been glorious. Featuring the likes of Run DMC, Kool Moe Dee, and crews like the New York City Breakers just for starters. Sadly, this show never made it past the pilot stage. The world just wasn’t ready I guess.
The best part is that these teens do exactly what is expected of them once things go awry: hide and laugh hysterically.