Storage Wars, a show on A&E showing the fast-paced, risky, and often rewarding business of buying storage units, is a favorite of many during a television era defined by similar reality shows.
Today, news broke that Dave Hester, most likely the most despised cast member of Storage Wars, filed a lawsuit against the producers of the show. The suit claimed that Hester was fired for voicing his complaints of the show’s staging of events which included planting items in lockers for the cast to bid on, as well as fronting money for some members who were financially unable to make a bid. Continue reading A&E’s Storage Wars: Another Staged Reality Show→
According to Page Six of the New York Post, America’s young, shy, pop-country starlet may have went on a date with America’s favorite terrible quarterback. After reportedly “chatting it up” at a pre-Oscars party over the weekend, Taylor Swift and Tim Tebow were spotted together outside of a restaurant.
“After dinner, he walked her out,” a source told the website, adding that it was unclear whether the get-together was a date. “Then he walked back in to join two other people. I think they may both have been with their agents.”
If they are dating, hopefully T-Swift has already started working on songs for the break-up. What rhymes with “shitty quarterback?”
Check your flows and grab your fiddle sticks, bros. It’s time to hit the movies to see the first true lacrosse movie.
“A Warrior’s Heart,” starring no one that you’ve heard of, hits theaters on December 2nd.
According to imdb.com, the plot of A Warrior’s Heart is as follows:
In shock and denial over his Marine father’s death in battle, star Lacrosse player Conor Sullivan, always a maverick and a hothead, starts acting out in self-destructive ways that have his mom, Claire, at her wit’s end. But arduous training in a wilderness Lacrosse camp under the tutelage of his dad’s old combat buddy, Sgt. Major Duke Wayne, opens Conor’s eyes to the true meaning of maturity, sportsmanship and manhood…
A Warrior’s Heart promises to be the perfect mix between Dear John, The Notebook, and the game of lacrosse: