Akon apparently loves women, cause he has 4! He considers these women like wives, but how can he deal with the needs of 4 women? What if one is jealous of another?
Apparently Akon thinks that "if America adopted that culture, there will be less domestic disputes". I wasn't aware that having four wives was a culture, then again I did go to a SUNY school. Must of missed class that day.
During a game between Vernon and Prince George, tempers flared after a boarding call. In the middle of a scrum between players, a BCHL linesman was one punched by Vernon Vipers #12 TJ Dumonceaux. Dumonceaux was assessed a 10 minute misconduct and game misconduct.
These refs should stop trying to be heros and just let the players fight.
Our bus broke down at the stadium. Option A: Hitchhike with fans. Option B: Wait. What do you think we did? pic.twitter.com/ntqwBIVHFp— Sydney Leroux (@sydneyleroux) November 9, 2013
The U.S. Women's soccer team bus broke down Saturday while on the way back to their hotel after an open to the public practice at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Florida. The players were able to hitchhike rides back to the hotel from fans who were leaving the practice. Sydney Leroux tweeted out a picture from her car ride home and said: "Our bus broke down at the stadium. Option A: Hitchhike with fans. Option B: Wait. What do you think we did?". Hope Sole did the same, tweeting a pic of her and teammate Abby Wamback stating: "What happens when your bus breaks down? Just catch a ride from our dedicated fans!"
The U.S. defeated Brazil Sunday 4-1 Sunday behind two goals from Leroux, one from Wanback, and Solo in the net.
Who knew? It appers new Packers starting quarterback Seneca Wallace and former Idaho high school legend Uncle Rico from the 2004 hit movie "Napoleon Dynamite" have the same exact throwing mechanics according to the Vine video below.
Green Bay is hoping this unconventional throwing motion goes a long way on Sunday as Wallace attempts the big task of filling Aaron Rodgers' shoes as the Packers host the Eagles on Sunday at 1:00 p.m. ET at Lambeau Field.
The 5-foot-11, 205 pound Wallace took over the reigns in Green Bay after Rodgers broke his collarbone during the Packers' 27-20 Week 9 loss to the Bears on Monday night. The veteran Wallace is in his tenth year in the NFL. He has a 5-16 record in 21 career starts at quarterback with the Seahawks and Browns. His last win as a starter came back on on Oct. 3, 2010, with the Browns. Now, just like Uncle Rico, he's hoping to turn back the clock and work his magic once again.