Online bullying is the crisis du jour in American culture, and what we certainly need, is another celebrity slactivist to raise “awareness” about the issue. Enter The View co-host Sherri Shepherd.
Archive for June 11, 2012
Usually if an athlete is described with the term ‘Gamer,’ it’s a good thing. This was not the case for former Indianapolis Colt Quinn Pitcock. Pitcock was an All-American defensive tackle from Ohio State. The Colts took him in the 3rd round of the 2007 NFL Draft as the 98th pick overall (The Chiefs were also in the market for a DT in the 3rd round. ’Luckily’ they took Tank Tyler).
He retired from the NFL one year later due to depression and anxiety.
When you hear a story like that, you immediately think of drugs and alcohol as the companion to these two diseases. Usually, drugs and alcohol work as a temporary escape from these two prisons which usually ends in hitting rock bottom or death. In Pitcock’s case, it wasn’t drugs and alcohol, it was an obsession with online gaming. Yes…online gaming.
Reports are coming out of Tiger Town that Mizzou fan and team traveler Levi Coolley is one of ten Columbia residents facing federal drug conspiracy charges.
A Chiefs practice squad lineman was assaulted over the weekend in Iowa. Chiefs should hire this Chiefs fan below for security. (make sure your volume is turned up the commentating is great)