AL GORE RUMORS & GOSSIP

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Al Gore has never received the respect he deserves. He was the 45th Vice President of the United States, the Democratic Party's nominee for President in 2000, Nobel Peace Prize winner in 2007, on the Board of Directors of Apple, and senior advisor to Google. Yet, he's known as the guy that "invented the internet." The only problem with that, though, is he didn't actually say that...
Via Razzball Football
August 11, 2016  |  Discuss

Al Gore created the Internet and Jim Harbaugh created the Satellite Camp

Clair Crawford and Joe Dexter discuss Jim Harbaugh’s recent defense of his true love — satellite camps, plus the future of J.T. Barrett after the 2016 college football season. For more Ohio State Buckeyes podcasts, follow us on Twitter: @BuckeyesRadio The post Al Gore created the Internet and Jim Harbaugh created the Satellite Camp appeared first on The Buckeye Battle Cry: Ohio...
Via Buckeye Battle Cry
June 01, 2016  |  Discuss

Tommy Lee Jones’ 1968 Harvard Football Pendant Being Auctioned (Photos)

Are you a college football fan and a movie buff? This item might have your name on it. Well, technically, it has Tommy Lee Jones’ name on it. Jones’ 1968 Harvard football championship gold pendant will be auctioned off by Huggins & Scott Auctions from Feb. 1 to 11. The legendary actor, who also was Al Gore’s roommate at Harvard, was an All-Ivy guard for the Crimson’s...
Via NESN.com
January 28, 2016  |  Discuss

Pair of SoCal games rained out for first time in years

Is Sunday what Al Gore was warning us about? Both the Padres and Angels had home games rained out for the first time in a very long time, with San Diego calling a game for the first time since 2006 and the Anaheim doing so for the first time since 1995. For the Padres, the exact date of the last rainout was April 4, 2006 — a span of 820 games. San Diego overcame that rare occurrence...
Via Rumors and Rants
July 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Points Leagues: Kershawshank Redemption

Well, I thought I was extremely clever when I came up with the title for this one, but then a quick Google search proved that there were others that were clever before I thought I was being clever. Darn you Google for knowing so much! And darn you Al Gore for inventing the internet! Thanks to the internet, a guy can't get away with anything these days. Google, Facebook and Twitter...
Via Razzball
March 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Fantasy Master Lothario’s Strategic Method of Domination Henceforth

Or as I like to call it FML SMDH. That's so pithy it should be a widely used internet acronym. Since Al Gore invented the internet as a means of discovering far-off acronyms, Al would love FML SMDH, if he wasn't too busy ridding CVSs everywhere of aerosol cans. "Ma'am, our planet is under attack, I need your can of Aqua Net." That's Al at a CVS near you. So, in the past, I've...
Via Razzball
February 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Terrance Gore: A Convenient SAGNOF Truth

Nothing captures a reader's interest more than an Al Gore reference. At this point in the long fantasy baseball season you don't need me to tell you that Jarrod Dyson is a good pickup for SAGNOF. Likewise, it's not in anybody's best interest for me to write a thousand words on a player who may only hold steals value in some deep AL-only league. However, there are still schedules...
Via Razzball
September 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Getting To Know The Opponent: Vanderbilt Commodores

Vanderbilt University, which is colloquially known as Vandy, is a private research university located in Nashville, Tennessee. Vanderbilt’s enrollment sits at around 12,750 and the acceptance rate to the university is only 12.7%. Vanderbilt’s mascot is a fancy monopoly man in a top hat named Mr. Commodore. Vandy’s colors are black and old gold, because regular gold wasn’t...
Via The Cardinal Connect
June 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Inconvenient Truth: We're Not Good; Lose, 8-4

(Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)In frigid 38 degree weather (Earth to Al Gore: It's April 18th!), the Red Sox went through the motions again, losing their tenth game of the year, 8-4 to the Orioles. Bad defense, mediocre pitching, and the return of the LOB Monster—all contributed to a dreary night at Fenway. Boston had plenty of hits—11—but the O's pounded John Lackey and...
Via FenwayNation
April 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Sox Lose One Like It's Two Thousand Twelve

Al Gore Night At Cellular One  (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)Bobby Valentine would have loved this one. On Global Warming Deniers Night in frigid Chicago, the Red Sox booted away a game on a routine ground ball to short in the bottom of the ninth. Bring back memories, folks? Xander Bogaerts made the play but bounced it in front of befuddled first-baseman Mike Carp (who was only...
Via FenwayNation
April 16, 2014  |  Discuss
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