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Cleveland Cavaliers offering a job to homeless internet star

Posted by Dennis Velasco Categories: NBA, News,

Ted Williams offered a job with the Cleveland CavaliersTed Williams is an internet sensation and organizations from sports and media are noticing him. Williams is a Columbus, Ohio homeless man with the gift of an excellent radio/announcing voice, which the Cleveland Cavaliers would like to employ, reportedly to do announcing at Quicken Loans Arena. The team has even offered to pay his living expenses. At this time, nothing has been accepted by Williams, who undoubtedly will be weighing the multitude of offers coming his way. Good for Williams and hopefully, this second chance will pay off for him, not only professionally, but personally in mind, body, and spirit as well.

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Someone invite Frank the invisible homeless dude to a Halloween party

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Design,

Invisible homeless costume

Frank here seems to be down on his luck, what with his homelessness and invisiblemanitus afflicting him. You may not have any cash to spare after decking yourself out in a ridiculously elaborate Halloween costume for work today, but he'd sure make a fun guest at your party this weekend, no?


America’s Next Top Model Cycle 10: New York City, Here We Come

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Last week, I compared the premiere of to both The Bad Girls Club and Charm School.  This time around, I actually felt like I was watching an episode of Survivor.  Wednesday’s surprise ending – like the recent Tribal Councils on the CBS program – just made my jaw drop.

Yesterday’s show kicked off with the fourteen aspiring models getting a load of their new NYC digs.  While their pad was definitely impressive, it was not overly done up like the previous homes in LA.  This one actually reminded me of The Real World’s inaugural season in New York.  (Remember that one?)  Thankfully, a room full of bunk beds prevented needless catfighting over space.  There was also one large bed that looked like it had been ripped straight from ’s grotto.  (It was unclear who had opted to share that sleeping arrangement.)

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