NBA Playoffs Style Is Getting Weird

Getty Images (3) It’s been a mixed bag of swishes and bricks since sixteen teams started charging towards the NBA Finals If there is a real NBA dress code in effect, its rules have been obliterated since the playoffs started. In just the first few games, we’ve seen some of the boldest style swerves of the season from reliable NBA style gods and rising stars. It’s expected that Russell Westbrook would be his high-octane self before a big game (right now he’s revealing a newfound penchant for barely-buttoned silk shirts) and guys like Chris Paul would lean towards the tamer
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Donald Trump Just Took a Weird Shot at Nikki Haley

By Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images. Amid the flurry of meetings Donald Trump has scheduled this week as his administration scrambles to bolster his presidential report card and control the narrative ahead of his 100th day in office, the president took a peculiar swipe at Nikki Haley, his ambassador to the United Nations. During a lunch with the Security Council ambassadors on Monday, Trump extolled Haley’s performance while simultaneously disparaging the U.N.—and threatening the former South Carolina governor’s job. “I want to thank Ambassador Nikki Haley for her outstanding leadership and for acting as my personal envoy on the Security Council. She
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Running of the Goats: Covington’s Weird New Tradition in Photos & Words

There may be only place on the planet where someone can turn to you, while chasing after loose goats, and say that they last saw their kids “up by that spaceship”, and mean it. That place is Covington, Kentucky, and all the city’s weirdness was out loud and proud again on Sunday for the second annual Running of the Goats, a celebration to kick off the third season in which The Goebel Goats will munch on invasive species and overgrown forestry in their namesake park in Mainstrasse Village. This year was not like last year, though, when that statement about kids
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Sean Hannity’s behavior was ‘weird and creepy,’ but not sexual harassment, accuser says

CLEVELAND, Ohio — The woman who appeared to accuse Fox News anchor Sean Hannity of sexual harassment tried to clarify Monday what she told an Oklahoma radio show on Friday. Debbie Schlussel, a former guest on Hannity’s nightly program, stood by her story of an incident during the early 2000s that she was banned from Fox News after she refused an invitation to his hotel. But, as headlines over the weekend portrayed Hannity as the latest Fox News personality to be accused of sexual harassment, Schlussel told LawNewz.com she didn’t actually accuse him of that. “I never thought I was sexually harassed
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Nugget of Knowledge: Weird Weirton, West Virginia fact

Weirton and two other cities share a rare distinction Len Rome Published: April 24, 2017, 6:40 am Updated: April 24, 2017, 9:16 am Related Coverage YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – Weirton, West Virginia in the northern panhandle is a city of 20,000 that is the only city in America that has two different states on opposite sides. Weirton sits in a five-mile gap between Ohio and Pennsylvania. Steubenville, Ohio is on the west, and Paris, Pennsylvania on the east. Weirton was the site of Steven Speilberg’s movie “Super 8” in 2010. A century ago, Weirton was the country’s fifth-largest producer of
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Getaway Day: Wild, wacky and weird week in MLB (and that’s just the injuries)

By Matt Whitener  |  Last updated 4/24/17 Madison Bumgarner of the San Francisco Giants will miss significant time due to a dirt bike injury.  Jennifer Stewart/Getty Images The MLB season continues to get settled into its comfort zone, as the final week of the first month of the year is already upon us. It has largely been a balanced slate across the game as well: no team has more than a three game lead in any division and in multiple cases there is complete parity in the standings. But the third week of the season brought some of the most
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Derrick Rose: Nothing weird about attending Bulls playoff game

Shortly after Derrick Rose took his front-row baseline seat with his son, the “MVP! MVP!” chants boomed throughout the United Center. Those cheers once were for Rose. Now, they’re showered on Jimmy Butler. But Rose said sitting in such a prominent spot in a building and sporting city he once owned and hearing those same cheers for someone else wasn’t weird at all. Even if that someone else represented a teammate as recently as last June. “If I was by myself, it might be a little bit weird. But I’m with him,” Rose said, pointing to P.J. “He makes it
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5 Truly Weird TV Theme Songs – Flavorwire

Rest in peace, Erin Moran, star of the sitcom Happy Days and its spin-off Joanie Loves Chachi. The latter featured the beloved actress with her on-screen love interest Scott Baio as Chachi Arcola in Chicago trying to make it as musicians. But the show’s opening theme song left a lot to be desired and even featured the TV couple singing it to each other, making the whole thing super embarrassing. We revisit that song, along with several other TV themes that got extra weird. Share your personal favorites with us on Twitter or Facebook. Source link
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The Brasnos, Old Bridge’s movie heroes

Heather Wendt Kemp, Weird NJ 8:01 a.m. ET April 23, 2017 CLOSE The editors of Weird NJ Magazine tour the former Spy House in Port Monmouth. VIDEO BY: BRIAN JOHNSTON VIDEO BY BRIAN JOHNSTON Olive and George Brasno’s most memorable roles included “Shrimps for a Day” (1934).(Photo: Courtesy of Weird NJ) Persons short in stature historically have found work in the entertainment industry. The members of the Brasno family of Old Bridge were able to benefit from this trend. They were a family of six, four of whom were little people. As “proportional” dwarfs, or “midgets” as they were commonly
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