By Christian S. Kohl
As 2013 draws to a close, let’s take a look back at the top 10 figures in the sporting world who would have been far better off avoiding Twitter, taking the high road, or playing the quiet game:
10. Sports and Politics Always Mix
Starting us off, Boston Mayor Tom Menino said he hoped the Boston Red Sox would win “the World Series Cup.” You know, the World Series Cup. The think you pour all that locker room champagne into. Ah, Sports and politics. It’s a miracle the Sox won this year, without John Kerry’s favorite player, “Manny Ortez”
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9. By All Means, Continue
ESPN Analyst David Pollack offered this enlightened gem:
“Now I’m going to stick my foot in my mouth, probably…I want people on this committee, guys, that can watch tape, yes, that have played football, that are…
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Queen Bey owned 2013 and now she’s taking her superstar dominance into 2014. According to reports, Mrs. Platinum-In-Less-Than-A-WeeK is prepping for the February release of her new fragrance, RISE.
“The spirit of RISE encourages women to be all that we are,” Beyonce said in a press release for the new perfume, which was inspired by her favorite Maya Angelou poem, Still I Rise.
“The fragrance concept is about female empowerment and finding the inner strength that makes women so beautiful,” revealed Marsha Brooks, vice president of global marketing for Coty Beauty. “She has done a lot of fruity florals. She’s done gourmands. Pulse was this electric citrus-y floral. This is sexy and sophisticated. We tested it in multiple countries with excellent results.”
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