A “What if?” aimed at what might happen if we re-cast certain classic characters with some from the world of sports?
The American and the British are two sets of sports fans separated by their mangling of a common language, as is evidenced by the bizarre names they give their teams.
The annual Dubsism salute to giant predatory fish and how they compare to the shark-tank that is the baseball trading deadline. Now with SHARKNADO!
Thanks to the Discovery Channel, Shark Week has become a phenomenon. It completely escapes why they haven’t partnered with the Sharknado people, but that’s a topic of another day. Last … Continue reading
Let’s just cut to the chase here…this country is fucked. The signs of it are around us every day. The one that really got me going was listening the the … Continue reading
When it comes to hockey, I grew up on the Los Angeles Kings and the Philadelphia Flyers of the 1970’s , which means I am a connoisseur of the knuckles-in-your-mouth … Continue reading
It’s time for another one of our patented Dubsism comparisons with another gem we found over at Listverse. As the title suggests, we found a list of ten books that … Continue reading
Once again, courtesy of the good people at Listverse, I’ve found the fodder for another one of my patented comparisons. People hung the nickname “The Freak” on Tim Lincecum, but … Continue reading
Guest Column: King George VI on The Top 10 Worst Generals in British History and Their Sports General Manager Equivalents
Editor’s Note: Thanks to the Movie The King’s Speech, George VI came back into the view of the American populace. If it weren’t for that movie, most Yanks had long since forgotten … Continue reading