Cards Against Humanity is looking for a CEO that seems suspiciously like Barack Obama

The popular trading card game Cards Against Humanity (CAH) is looking for a CEO. If you’re Barack Obama, I’ve got good news about your chances at landing the gig. If not, you might want to look elsewhere. In a Craigslist advertisement, CAH posted they were looking to hire a new CEO in the Chicago area. “Let’s face it: we have no idea what we’re doing. This year, we wasted...
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Keenan revels in Cubs' visit to White House

Cody Keenan went to his first Cubs game when he was 5 1/2 months old, tucked into a backpack on his father's back, so his allegiance to the team began at an early age. One week ago, he was in the East Room at the White House, listening to his boss, President Barack Obama, deliver what Keenan called his "dream speech" to salute the 2016 World Series champion Cubs.
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WATCH: Barack Obama hits golf course for first time since leaving White House

We all know that former president Barack Obama is a huge golf fan. Obama and has family flew out to Palm Springs after leaving the White House on Friday, and one of the first things he did was play golf. Obama was seen on Saturday at Larry Ellison’s private course at Porcupine Creek Ranch in Rancho Mirage, and we have video footage of it. Here’s what the scene looked like: Think...
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Obama's final tally: 333 rounds of golf as POTUS

The now former President Barack Obama played 333 rounds as president. Obama's last round came on December 31 while on vacation in Hawaii.
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LeBron James bids farewell to President Obama: 'Enjoy retirement’

LeBron James bid a heartfelt farewell to Barack Obama and his family as his presidency comes to an end and the Donald Trump administration takes over running the country.James, who counts the Obama family as his “friends,” took to Twitter to express his thoughts in a video post via his multimedia site Uninterrupted.Saying the Obamas “have been a true inspiration — not only...
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CP3 says he once got crossed over by Obama in pickup game

The 44th Commander-in-Chief is about to pass the torch to his successor on Friday as Barack Obama’s second term as President of the United States comes to a close. As it does, people like Clippers guard Chris Paul are remembering memorable moments with the outgoing President. Obama has said he is looking forward to taking a step back and enjoying being able to breathe again after...
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Hall of Famer Willie McCovey pardoned by Obama

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) San Francisco Giants Hall of Famer Willie McCovey has been pardoned by President Barack Obama on tax evasion charges from 1995. It was one of the president's 64 pardons granted Tuesday. Through the Giants, McCovey said: ''I want to express my sincere gratitude to President Obama not only for this kind gesture on my behalf, but also for his tireless service...
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Obama skips over Aroldis Chapman while praising Cubs

The Chicago Cubs’ visit to the White House was already a headline-grabber before it even happened. In a surprising move, the team decided to move its visit to Monday and became the last team President Barack Obama will honor in office. Then, Monday’s event happened, and more news was made. While President Obama was pointing out the various members of the Cubs’ World Series...
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Dexter Fowler gives President Obama custom Jordan shoes

The Chicago Cubs are making a rare January visit to the White House (and that’s not a joke about the Cubs winning the World Series) to be honored for their recent World Series championship. While it is customary to bring a custom jersey with the president’s name as a token of appreciation, Dexter Fowler is bringing another nice little personalized gift for President Barack...
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Obama cracks Phil Kessel joke during Pens' White House visit

Pittsburgh Penguins forward Phil Kessel has been the subject of criticism for a variety of reasons throughout his impressive NHL career, mostly from his time in Boston and Toronto. But his first season with the Penguins couldn’t have ended any better. He played a crucial role in the Pens winning their fourth Stanley Cup championship in franchise history back in June. Kessel...
October 06, 2016  |  Discuss

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