Like everybody else on Super Bowl Sunday, CNN commentator Roland S. Martin was tweeting about the ads, but it was a few he sent about David Beckham’s spot for H&M, which featured the sculpted British soccer star in his own line of unmentionables, that landed Martin in trouble. As the ad ran, he tweeted:
Snoop’s Case May Be Over With, But Willie’s Technically Is Not
Nobody likes a know-it-all, but it still beats being ignorant. Brush up on a few stories people will surely be chattering about this weekend.
WFAA in Dallas has the story of Jennifer Russell, who popped out her second child, Willow, while on the way up US Highway 287 from Waxahachie to a birth center in Mansfield. Behind the wheel, her husband Zachary not only drove the car, but caught all of the messy miracle of life on camera.
When is an online slideshow more than just a reason to click 26 times? When it’s “Girl Scout Cookie Capitals, from Seattle to Salt Lake City,” from the Daily Beast, and there’s actually a bit of research and analysis behind the list-with-photos format.
T.O. is Back in the Metroplex!
Is there a football owner dumber than Jerry Jones who’s still willing to sign Terrell Owens? Yup. And his name is Terrell Owens. (Ah, just funnin’, T.O. You’re still … sob … our wide receiver!)
“You need to come down here and see what we do,” Lance Armstrong told Outside writer Bill Gifford. “Ask us the hard questions. I know you’re a hater and you’re gonna write what you write, but I just want you to see it.”
With election tallys stretching late into the night, here’s how the five largest papers in Texas tackled the results of the Iowa caucases on a night where the state’s two native sons, Ron Paul and Rick Perry, had very different outcomes.
The last YouTube videos of Austin teen Ben Breedlove, who died of a heart attack on Christmas night at age eighteen, have received more than five million hits and inspired thousands of people to leave comments in support of the teen and his family.