Nacho Libre! This movie's gonna rule! (Thanks to Mike for the Nacho Libre update).
How to make the best paper airplane ever. (I actually made one this morning, but haven't flown it yet. It looks pretty sweet).
In an effort to attract more fans, the Florida Marlins are resorting to themes and give-aways. One recent theme was Jewish Heritage Day. To honor his Jewish heritage, they are giving away t-shirts of first baseman Mike Jacobs. You probably guessed it already. Mike Jacobs isn't really Jewish. "Contrary to popular belief, Jacobs is not Jewish. This small detail was apparently not known to the Marlins when, on May 28, 2006, as part of the team's Jewish Heritage Day promotion, they gave Jacobs t-shirts to young fans who attended the game."
Any headline containing "Cornhole" is inevitably going to be posted here.