Disaster Strikes Wheel Of Fortune Contestant

Disaster Strikes Wheel Of Fortune Contestant

Kevin Randall of Atlanta, Georgia was hoping to have a fun night on his first Wheel of Fortune appearance.  Instead, disaster struck as Kevin’s first spin landed on “Trip to Wuhan.” “He has to go,” Pat Sajak informed after the show.  “The wheel has spoken and its wishes are to be honored.  What, you think…

86 Year-Old Man Gets Tested For Coronavirus After Convincing Hospital He Was NBA Star

86 Year-Old Man Gets Tested For Coronavirus After Convincing Hospital He Was NBA Star

After testing negative for COVID-19, three-time NBA All-Star, Burt “The Blur” Rooney is recovering nicely in his Queens apartment.  At least, that’s who he told the hospital he was. “Awe, phooey!” Burt said waving his hand in disgust.  “I ain’t no NBA All-Star.  They wouldn’t test me.  But then my grandson told me to dress…

NBA’s Defensive Player Of The Year To Prohibit All Baskets For Remainder Of Season

NBA’s Defensive Player Of The Year To Prohibit All Baskets For Remainder Of Season

Rudy Gobert, the two-time NBA defensive player of the year for the Utah Jazz, is often known for shutting down players on the opposing team. But now he may have gone too far by shutting down the whole league. “I knew I was good, but I didn’t think I was capable of this,” said a…

Trump Surprises Daytona 500 Fans By Flying Air Force One Low Enough For High Fives

Trump Surprises Daytona 500 Fans By Flying Air Force One Low Enough For High Fives

Racing fans at Daytona 500 got a real treat Sunday, as President Trump demanded Air Force One fly low enough for him to give high fives to everyone. Federal aviation laws require aircrafts stay at least 500 feet away from spectators, but Trump was able to convince his pilot that rule was only for ‘wimpy…

Hail Mary Time? Dems Ask Colin Kaepernick to Testify Against Trump in Impeachment Hearings

Hail Mary Time? Dems Ask Colin Kaepernick to Testify Against Trump in Impeachment Hearings

This week, Colin Kaepernick gathered around reporters and explained that rich, white, mean men were holding him down. The sports community largely argued that Kaepernick wouldn’t win over any scouts with that entitled and demanding attitude. But the talking heads on ESPN were wrong. One scout was watching. Carefully balancing his head on an oddly…