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Eight NBA Owners Trying to Outbid Each Other for African 'Power Forward' Requesting $50.000.000 USD As Immediate Deposit

Eight NBA Owners Trying to Outbid Each Other for African 'Power Forward' Requesting $50.000.000 USD As Immediate Deposit
Contracts throughout the National Basketball Association are out of control once again. While potential signings of Omer Asik and Jeremy Lin continue to boggle most NBA scribes…figures even more absurd abound.  The biggest heist may involve a Sudanese power forward that nobody has seen. “We’re imagining a 6’11” power forward with great upside.  He sounds lanky…but... Read more »

ESPN and the Business of Now; Damn the History

ESPN and the Business of Now; Damn the History
The Business of Now is a drug. It’s the equivalent of the ad agency promoting a new product: the shiny new car, the vacation of your dreams, or the perfume that will make men wither. The Business of Now wants you to crave the present, yearn for the future, and forget the past.  And nobody runs the Business of... Read more »

Linsanity Pun Exhaustion Meets Chicago Tough Pun Exhaustion

Linsanity Pun Exhaustion Meets Chicago Tough Pun Exhaustion
Sick of all the Linsanity puns about the new start point guard of the New York Knics?  Too bad!  We here at Chicago Tough are going to take it to the next level…CHICAGO TOUGH PUNS!   What could be some future spin-offs of Chicago Tough? stLight.options({ publisher:'18355ba4-a04c-4a33-a76f-847aadfc0f80', onhover:false }); Click Here for PollOnline SurveyConjoint Analysis |... Read more »
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Asian-American Parents on High Alert; Knicks' Jeremy Lin Convincing Kids to Play Basketball, Screw Doctorate

Asian-American Parents on High Alert; Knicks' Jeremy Lin Convincing Kids to Play Basketball, Screw Doctorate
NEW YORK – An emergency meeting was held on the campus of St. John’s University late last night.  Hundreds of frightened Asian-American parents from various boroughs crammed into a small classroom to voice a new concern:  Asian-American children thinking of basketball fame instead of a livelihood in the medical field or technology. “My family worked... Read more »