Do Patriots fans feel any guilt about cheering for what is probably Donald Trump’s favorite team? Are Eagles fans really even ready to win a title?
In the second annual of what I’d like to start making a yearly Super Bowl tradition, I called the two most vocal fans I know of the opposing teams, put them on a call together, and asked them to convince me why I should pull for their team in the big game.
He covers the WWE and pro wrestling for Sports Illustrated, and he’s got a lot to say about RAW 25 and the Royal Rumble. Justin Barrasso took some time from breaking scoops and working sources to talk about one of the busiest WWE weeks in a long time.
He has picks for who should win the Rumble, who will win it, what he liked at RAW 25 and what could’ve been better. The most interesting part of our talk to me, though, was why he doesn’t want Daniel Bryan to return to the ring at this year’s Rumble.
On-air social correspondent Sloane Glass is one of the reasons QVC ain’t just your momma’s shopping network anymore.
Sloane tells us what being an on-air social correspondent means and how she ended up hosting for QVC after starting her career in local and digital news. Plus: how insane Christmas gets on the QVC campus, Sloane names the one beauty product she can’t live without, and we have the first-ever live fire alarm in show history.
Being a millennial isn’t as cool as it used to be.
That’s the tagline for my new podcast, F**k We’re Old, and pretty much sums up the reason I wanted to launch it. Getting old happens to everyone, but millennials are the first generation who can freak out about their aging in real time to billions of people.
Considering we’ve gotten used to being society’s tastemakers and cool kids for more than a decade, the fact we’re getting aged out for Gen-Zers, well, really sucks.
So each episode, my co-host Lauren and I will break down something different we’re coming to terms with as we get older: dating, careers, pop culture — and seriously, how the hell are we closer to the year 2043 than 1990?!