It’s important to note, however, that Nicolas Cage is someone for whom we all LINE UP to see do whatever. If I’m at a party at your house and I put Grown Ups 2 in the DVD player, nothing against that movie, but it’s a party, people are going to eventually go into the kitchen so they can keep partying. If I put Ghost Rider 2 in, at some point, there’s going to be a circle of people sitting cross legged around the TV. The party’s going to become a Ghost Rider 2 party.
The man has a spiritual power. Dan Harmon AMA, 3/10/14
Wade Phillips, coaching records and not labeling tweets
I returned home today from a long afternoon of traversing Indianapolis to find a place to get an oil change and a car wash (the latter impossible in our post-snow storm world) to find I had accidentally started a media storm in Dallas.
Two days ago (March 5) I had been in my sports writing class at IUPUI, taught by Ronnie Ramos, the sports director at the Indianapolis Star. At the end of class…
A special guest post by my father
By Patrick McFadin
I thoroughly enjoy the thrill of speed. I love the feel of acceleration. I love racing, the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat. As long as I can remember I wanted to drive race cars. I completely wore out my Snake and Mongoose Hot Wheels.
Years before live broadcasts of NASCAR, I remember hoping ABC’s Wide World of Sports would show a…
do you ever FEEL yourself being annoying but you CAN’T stop
'The Greatest Feeling You Can Feel' at the 2014 Daytona 500
The worst part was the 5-hour-drive.
I sat at a Buffalo Wild Wings bar in Fayetteville, Ark. My dad on sat to my right.
We watched as Jimmie Johnson, or “5-Time” as Darrell Waltrip lovingly called him, won his second Daytona 500.
Dale Earnhardt Jr., both mine and my dad’s favorite driver, had come up short on a last lap charge through the final two corners to finish second.