We Can’t Get Enough Of Joy Corrigan On Instagram – Maxim
25 Creative And Original Date Ideas – Ned Hardy
Caveman’s Hot Picks Of The Day – Caveman Afterdark
10 People Who Were The Patient Zero Of A Deadly Epidemic – Linkiest
Disney Wipes Itself of Reptile Characters After Tragedy – Newser
The Most Heroic Last Words Ever Recorded – Leenks
Demi Lovato Bikini Pictures in Miami – G-Celeb
Girls of Summer (50 Photos) – Radass
The Foods All ’90s Kids Ate – Ranker
Iggy Azalea Discovered Nick Young’s Cheating Through Their Security Camera – The Blemish
Sara Jean Underwood doing awesome things on social media – Drunken Stepfather
15 Things Your Body Does That Science Can’t Explain – Rant Lifestyle
45 Oh-So-Real Pics of Instagram’s Iskra Lawrence – Regretful Morning
Here’s what the iPhone 7 might look like – Sneak Hype
Petra Nemcova is back – Celeb Slam
Why You Need A Girl Best Friend – Arsenic Mag
Epic transportation pics pushed to its limit (34 Photos) – Bad Sentinel
10 Best Photos of Denise Milani – Classy Bro
Morning Fitness Motivation (16 Photos) – Suburban Men
Your smoking hot beach hottie of the day – Ehowa
I get that it's boring to give the MVP to the same guy year after year, but LeBron is - without a doubt - the best andmost valuable player to any team.
Look at the Cavs before, during, after, then during LeBron again. Lottery team to perennial playoff contender back to lottery team and back again. All because one guy wasn't there anymore.
You could put LeBron on the absolute worst team in the league every year and he would get them to the playoffs. That's what he does, that's who he is. The Most Valuable Player to any team in the NBA.
When Mozgov forgot how to play basketball this year, LeBron carried the weight. When Love forgot to show up for the Finals, LeBron carried him too. The man is an absolute freak of nature, a basketball savant, and a one-of-a-kind talent that we'll probably never see again, like Jordan or Magic or Wilt.
I'm not ready to declare him GOAT (despite my obvious bias) because Jordan was a goddamn machine out there. You wouldn't see Jordan wearing a frog-tea hat or talking shit about the "haters" on social media, Jordan would shut them up on the court then blow $50k in five minutes on the blackjack table while banging your girlfriend in front of you.That's who Jordan was - an animal, an absolutely ice-cold killing machine - and LeBron isn't that same guy. LeBron is nice, he wants to be friends with his competitors off-court, and that's fine too.
Kobe was Jordan Lite. LeBron isn't anything Lite, he's LeBron Raymone James, and he is now and always will be the best player to ever don the Cleveland Cavalier uniform.
And for that, and this title, he's my unanimous MVP.
I was born and raised in Europe (Switzerland). It’s a perfectly fine country in its own right, and I (personally!) believe it’s one of the best countries in Europe for sure.
With that being said, my life changed when I discovered America.
I remember going to the US when I was younger and being amazed at everything I could buy. Everything was so cheap. Not only that, but there was EVERYTHING. Capitalism in the US has created a culture where if you want to sell sweaters for cats, YOU FUCKING CAN. THERE’S A MARKET FOR THAT. I remember flipping a shit when I opened my first SkyMall magazine. America had everything, and I was in shock. I don’t think it’s clear just how excited places like costco made me.
But that wasn’t all.
In my home country, there’s always been this sense of self-defeatism, in the sense that people are extremely realistic and at times pessimistic. You essentially come to terms with the idea that nothing extraordinary will happen to you, sort of, it’s hard to explain. But arriving in America made me realize how different the American spirit is. They were dreamers. The boldest people I had ever met. It was absolutely amazing. Americans aren’t afraid of the impossible, they see it as just another obstacle to surmount. They have this confidence that, while it may lead to mistakes, also leads to the extraordinary, and makes the world go “holy shit that’s incredible.” And in a way, this all makes sense; the people who are today Americans were those who had to tame an entire landscape and survive. They were rugged pioneers and people who clung on to their dreams. This is something that is still see in the American DNA today, and I love it. If you have an insane idea that may change the world, and you believe in it, America is your land. It is the home of the dreamers and shakers. The wildest, most independent minds who refuse to just accept things as is.
Lew Alcindor (Kareem Abdul-Jabbar) during graduation at UCLA on June 15, 1969
US runner celebrates prematurely and is beaten by Brit in 4th of July 10K
A Few Photos To Remind You That Life Is Beautiful – Ned Hardy
Ariel Winter Unveils Sexy Bubble Bath Pic Wearing Nothing But Pasties – Maxim
Natalie Coughlin: Hottest Photos Of The U.S. Olympic Swimmer – Linkiest
107 Nobel Laureates to Greenpeace: Lay Off the GMO Hate – Newser
Katya Elise Henry Bikini Photos in Miami…Dayum! – G-Celeb
Hot Blonde TV News Reporter Arrested for Doing Coke Before Breastfeeding Her Baby – The Blemish
12 Sleepwalkers Who Murdered People in Their Sleep – Ranker
Fergie Ass in Concert of the Day – Drunken Stepfather
Hot girls who are generous with the cleavage – Radass
This Guy Turned A Bulldozer Into A Mobile Military Fortress. He Then Went On A Rampage Like I’ve Never Seen – Slip Talk
15 Medical Lies Your Mother Told You – Rant Lifestyle
Why Disconnecting From The Internet Improves Your Focus – Medium
Hot bikini coffee shop babe – Ehowa
40 See-Through Pics of Girls in Yoga Pants – Regretful Morning
The Fifteen Most Thrilling Roller Coasters in the World – Gunaxin
Charlotte McKinney talents on display for Guess – Celeb Slam
Andrew Luck Is Now the Highest-Paid Player in NFL History – Maxim
Daily Man Up (26 Photos) – Suburban Men
Next stop… The lingerie lounge (32 Photos) – Bad Sentinel
The 25 Most American Family Photos Ever – World Wide Interweb
How Salaries Have Changed By Job Type Since The 1960s – Flowing Data