Once again I am writing this at a very early (or late, however you want to look at it) hour, so writing quality is going to be unsurprisingly poor. I sense some edits coming along the way.
This is perhaps the funniest NHL meme I've seen:
Seems fitting that it's our favorite player on the Kings, right? Oh, and that it's also at American Airlines Center. Total win this picture is.
And now for something completely different.
In this week's episode of college shenanigans, these people found an elevator and turned it into a fort.
Perhaps they were inspired by the classic jokester Remi Gaillard. I guess we'll never know.
Well...nobody is perfect. Sometimes, you just hit the wrong key on your keyboard.
Could you imagine if winds were that fast, though?
Some of you have seen this before, but sometimes, you just forget to finish making your graphics before the broadcast.
As someone who's worked at a TV station, this is a major embarrassment and one of our worst nightmares. If there's one thing I took away from my experience at my internship last year, it was this: "No matter how many times you do things right, people only care about what you screw up!"
Oh wait...I get it now. I Don't Know's on Third. (Henri, I know that was in the comments in last week's OT Thread.)
In other sports, the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament Final Four has been set.
Ohio State, Louisville, Kentucky and Kansas all prevailed in the Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight to move on to New Orleans and compete for the national championship this coming weekend. Who do you got?
In the NCAA Men's Hockey Championships, Minnesota, Ferris State, Boston College and Union (NY) all made the Frozen Four in Tampa, Florida.
Those games will not take place until the weekend of April 6, so it's a ways away.
Finally, if you need a good laugh, go to Jingleheimer Junction (I'm going to add a NSFW tag on it because of the word they keep trying to spell). Features Will Ferrell, and Cameron Diaz.
Have a good rest of the week, ladies and gentlemen. Go Stars.
Who will win the NCAA Men's Basketball National Championship?
Ohio State (0 votes)
Kentucky (2 votes)
Kansas (1 vote)
Louisville (0 votes)
3 total votes