Top ten everything

Top Ten everything 2008/2011

By motoman
  • Brett Farve leave the Packers

    Brett Farve leave the Packers
    Having started in every game from September 1992 to January 2008, Brett Favre, 39, was as integral a part of the Packers' scrappy successes as the sub-zero temperatures in Wisconsin's Lambeau Field. So when the three-time MVP quarterback announced his retirement in March, openly weeping at a press conference, Packer fans wept with him. By summer, though, the indecisive Favre said that he was "guilty of retiring early." His old team, meanwhile, hinted that he could only return as the No. 2 quarte
  • Hugh Heffener an Holly Madison

    Hugh Heffener an Holly Madison
    If romance can't last between a 28-year-old model and an 82-year-old man who wears a bathrobe to the office, why should the rest of us even bother trying Read more:,28804,1855948_1863878_1864088,00.html#ixzz1HuKTwcu3
  • The Fist bump

    The Fist bump
    On June 3, just before giving a speech in St. Paul, Minn., to celebrate his final victories over rival Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton, Obama exchanged this common gesture with his wife Michelle. Although it has been used for years, particularly in the sports world, some Americans seemed confused about the fist bump, and its name became the focus of some debate. Aficionados simply called it the "pound," but a Fox News anchor named E.D. Hill famously suggested it might be called a "terrorist fist