Posts Tagged With sports
Pope's Memoirs: Wally
I first met Wally in the summer of 2008. It was the beginning of a friendship that would change both our lives forever.
Fantasy Football 2020 Draft Guide
The Fantasy Football Draft Season is upon us once again, and— oh no! You don't know a single thing about the NFL! Worry not, friend; WNV has your back once again with our 2020 Draft Pick Guide.
Spring is in the air, the flowers are blooming, the sun is shining, the birds are singing th-- hey wait a minute I know that guy.
Get To The Big Game
It's finally here! The Big Game, the proudest American tradition, is back again for the 54th time this Sunday. Sure, you could watch on TV, but who wants to waste time on that bullshit? You've gotta get to the game, at any cost!
Continuing the grand tradition started by our 2014 Winter Olympics game: Sochi or Fallout?, we bring you our newest game based on the World Cup. Use your deductive skills to decide whether each matchup is between two actual countries or just some bullshit we made up.
Every four years, nations big and small, rich and poor, terrorist-y and non-terrorist-y set aside their real-world differences to instead battle for glory on the pitch. Even the US, despite never having won one, still vies for the coveted cup, and needs our support to help make it happen.
Sochi or Fallout?
To celebrate the 2014 Winter Olympics, we've started playing a fun new game called "Sochi, or Fallout Wasteland?" The rules are simple, for each scenario, contestants determine if it happened in the post-apocalyptic video game series Fallout, or if it is currently happening in the very real city of Sochi, Russia.
Pope's Memoirs: Red Sox
Some will call me monster for what I've done. Some will call me hero. But none of that matters to me. Not anymore. What's important is that we won. There were certain measures that had to be taken in order for that to happen, and those choices are now mine to live with.