Meet Manko, a Suicide Girl from the U.K. who says being mistaken for a transvestite makes her happy and that she spends most of her time wallowing in her self-obsession. Watch out, boys, this one's feisty!
Meet Ackley, a Californian Suicide Girl who digs skateboards, knows her amendments and listens religiously to NPR. While this babe is certainly worthy of sinking your teeth into, be careful, she lists "Santa Clara vampires" as one of the things she hates.
Legendary wrestler 'Macho Man' Randy Savage died today in a car accident in Tampa, Florida, reports TMZ. He was 58.
Savage's brother, Lanny Poffo, said he passed away after he lost control of his car when he had a heart attack shortly before 9:30AM. The Florida Highway Patrol says Savage drove across a concrete median and into oncoming traffic before he hit a tree.
Miami Heat star Lebron James predicted a low scoring series with the Chicago Bulls in their best of seven NBA Eastern Conference Finals match up, and last night his words rang true. The Heat battled back to tie their best of 7 series at one game apiece, beating the Bulls 85-75 from the United Center in Chicago.
Major League Baseball Hall of Famer Harmon Killebrew died Tuesday at his Scottsdale, Arizona home after battling esophageal cancer, reports ESPN.com. He was 74. Killebrew was diagnosed with the cancer six months ago.
Nicknamed "The Killer," Killebrew, who played from 1954-1975, was an 11-time All-Star who won the American League MVP Award in 1969. With him anchoring the lineup, the Twins went to the World Series for the first time in 1965 and made appearances in the American League Championship Series in 1969 and 1970. Killebrew became the first Twin to be immortalized in the hall of fame, getting inducted in 1984. His jersey was retired by the Twins in 1975.
The Memphis Grizzlies fought off elimination Friday night as they fought back to beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 95-83 from the FedEx Forum. The Grizzlies trailed at the half but dominated the 2nd half to force a game 7 back in Oklahoma.
Heat star Dwyane Wade made his no look falling down shot look like business as usual in Miami's series winning victory last night over the Boston Celtics in the NBA Playoffs. The Heat trailed most of the game but prevailed winning 97-87 to take the series from the Celtics 4-1. Check it out after the jump.
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