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Who has the best chance of getting into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame released its list of 15 nominees for the 2016 induction class. It includes seven first-timers (The Cars, Chicago, Cheap Trick, Chaka Khan, The J.B.’s, Janet Jackson, and Steve Miller), along with Chic, who breaks the record for most nominations (10) without being inducted. Artists become eligible 25 years (1990 this time around) after their debut...
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October 09, 2015  |  Discuss

N.W.A, Janet Jackson among nominees for 2016 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame hosts some of the greatest name in rock and roll history. From Metallica to KISS, many groups have been forever enshrined in greatness. However, there are some celebrities that are worthy of being honored, but don’t necessarily fit the bill of a rock and roll group. Madonna and Run D.M.C. are just a few names that fall under that category. On Thursday...
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October 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Meet Arizona, college football’s most enjoyable reclamation project

Follow TSS on Twitter @TheStudentSect The saying is “What have you done for me lately,” and no one actually knows the origin of it, but Janet Jackson did a song by that title in 1986, so we’ll just credit her since she put her name on it. At any rate, whoever coined the phrase clearly never had heard of things like hot takes, Twitter, or general sports journalism. Granted,...
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August 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Janet Jackson – ‘No Sleep’

Ms. Jackson if you’re nasty is back right where she belongs. With the release of her new song, “No Sleep” ahead of kicking off a world wide tour, enjoy the video for the single right here. Bringing back the same layered sexy whisper (and J. Cole joining her on the rap) we’ve long loved her for, this puts her right back at the top where she once reigned.
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July 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Assessing Steven Jackson’s Future with the Atlanta Falcons

The year was 2004. Blink 182 and Green Day were all the rage. Lance Armstrong became a national hero winning his sixth Tour de France title, and Ken Jennings won the intellectual crowd’s envy earning over $2.5 million on Jeopardy. Mark Zuckerberg’s trendy new website Facebook was gaining steam in pop culture, and the NFL was reeling from Janet Jackson’s wardrobe malfunction...
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February 22, 2015  |  Discuss

NFL wants Super Bowl halftime performers to pay them???

The Super Bowl halftime show has been quite the hot topic ever since Janet Jackson’s wardrobe malfunction during the 2003 contest. Since then, the NFL has picked its performers with kiddie gloves and added double sided tape to the list of wardrobe requirements. Well, now the league is adding something new: pay it forward. According to the Wall Street Journal, the NFL is asking...
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August 20, 2014  |  Discuss

NFL continues to nickel and dime M.I.A. for her Super Bowl XLVI halftime middle finger

Two years ago, Sri Lankan rapper M.I.A. stirred up what was really only a minor controversy (at least on the Janet Jackson boob scale) by very quickly flashing a middle finger during her appearance as part of Madonna’s halftime show at the Super Bowl in Indianapolis. The NFL was pissed, as it had every right to be. And it sued, as it had every right to do. The problem is that the...
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March 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Remembering The Day When I Saw Janet Jackson’s Nipple During The Super Bowl

Talk to me boy … No disrespect I don’t mean no harm Talk to me boy … I can’t wait to have you in my arms Talk to me boy … They’re marching up the steps, to a platform in the middle of the stage. Hurry up ’cause you’re taking too long Talk to me […]The post Remembering The Day When I Saw Janet Jackson’s Nipple During The Super Bowl appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
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January 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Starting Lineups: This 2014 Barclays Premier League Is Well Worth Watching

The NFL season effectively ends this Sunday. Sure, the Super Bowl will hold our attention in two weeks’ time. But the spectacle of the event often overshadows the game. The lights will suddenly go out. Janet Jackson will flash 100 million people. Viewers will tune in only for the commercials. While the two teams earn […]The post Starting Lineups: This 2014 Barclays Premier League...
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January 16, 2014  |  Discuss

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