Foraged to Replace Aromes in Hampden This Month — Baltimore magazine
A trolling Pittsburgh Steelers fan has snuck in a very public shot at the Ravens right on the franchise’s Google search results page.
Adam Jones should never be criticized for standing up for the Ravens. But when it comes to betting, he might’ve been better off heeding the warning of Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. Now, we’ll have to shudder as he wears a Big Ben jersey to Camden Yards next season.
With all the awful news about football players circulating these days, it’s nice to hear a heart-warming story every now and then. Like this one, about former Raven Ma’ake Kemoeatu donating a kidney to his brother, Chris, even though his brother used to play for the Steelers.
Guys, no one is talking about anything but this storm. And I’m not just talking about Facebook and Twitter. I mean major news outlets. It’s even crowding out entertainment news. And as much as this is a significant and potentially historic weather event, the coverage is devolving. Add this post to the list of desperate pieces looking to wring one more “story” from Frankenstorm.
Sure, there’s some kind of controversy over elections in the Ukraine; the Steelers have these new really ugly throwback uniforms; the United States Department of Energy unveiled a new supercomputer; but none these stories involve torrential rains and high winds so who cares? I mean does learning about these stories involve looking at a map of the US with a big, colorful swirl moving over it? Didn’t think so. Not interested.