To my left was a barbershop called Pablo’s. Liking the name and needing a haircut, I walked in with no clue that getting a cut would never be the same again. I sat down and surveyed the layout. There was an older dark-skinned man with long, curly, slick hair doing something to a woman’s head […]Read More Blanco
By now, I am sure you have seen Kobe Bryant’s miraculous game winning shot against the Miami Heat. On Saturday, in front of a raucous crowd (Yes, Laker fans are capable of becoming raucous in the last ten seconds of epic games), Kobe “Black Mamba” Bryant was locked in an epic duel with Dwayne “Flash” […]Read More Kobe Bryant: The Best Ever ? Better than Gandhi?
Robert Downey Jr has long walked the tightrope between genius and insanity. He’s supremely talented and can keep a crowd engrossed acting, singing or just talking. Then again, he’s the same guy who was so loaded on cocaine one night that he walked into his neighbour’s house and fell asleep on his kid’s bed, thinking he was […]Read More #11 Downey!
Ahh..good old rasslin. The national pastime when i was a kid in the 90s. Contrary to popular belief, wrestling was never about wrestling. It was about the drama. And the most dramatic moments were the promos. These short vignettes showing the wrestlers working themselves into a lather made life worth living. Here are some gems.. […]Read More #10 Wrestlers
The first time I saw Gary was in Point Break. I remember thinking to myself, this guy is definitely a maniac in real life. Being a kid, it was presumptious of me to judge him by his looks. Still, I was obviously right. He has been that “crazy looking actor in a bit part” for me for […]Read More #9 Gary Busey : Still Crazy
Listen, I’ve been joking about dudes being crazy and all but this time I’m serious, Ron is nuts. I mean, we need to get this guy help not now, but right now. Actually, it should have happened years ago. Ron-Ron first came to prominence at St. John’s where he made his rep by playing college […]Read More #8 Ron Artest : Nut/ Baller/ Rapper/ Journalist
Vladimir Galchenko is a 20 year old sophomore at California State University. In his mid-teens, he immigrated to the U.S from Russia where he was a resident of Penza. As a boy growing up, his father enrolled him in “circus school” when he was four years old in the hope that Vladimir would be able […]Read More #7 Vova Galchenko: Going for the Juggler
Bill O’Reilly. The man will proudly tell you that when listening to him, you are “entering a no-spin zone”. Nice gimmick, except he’s a pompous windbag with his own agenda. That becomes obvious after watching him for about ten minutes. His interviews are a joke. He asks his guests questions the way an 8th grade bully […]Read More #6 Bill O’Reilly: Conservative Tool
At the age of 7, along with the rest of the world, I purchased the video game “Mike Tyson’s Punchout”. Since then, he has always been my favorite boxer. His combination of youth and power made him a legend at 18 years old. At that time, it was Iron Mike who was the golden boy of boxing at a time when Oscar De La […]Read More #5 Mike Tyson: Bizarre Boxer
Latrell Fontaine Sprewell aka “Spree” was born in Milwaukee in 1970. After a decent college career, he was drafted in 1992 by the Golden State Warriors. It was over there in Oakland that the voices in his head started calling the shots. Up until December of 1997, Spree was considered a good player, an […]Read More #4 Latrell Sprewell: Milwaukee’s Best