Each week The Friday Sports Dump looks at the world of sports and ridicules the evil that permeates within the sanctity of sports. At the same time, we strive to stay positive by balancing the bad with the pure stories that keep our sports heart blemished but not rotten.
Michael Kasdan and friends are talking Super Bowl commercials. Because on Super Bowl Sunday the recipe is beer, trucks, and a flavorful dash of football.
Super dedicated fan Shawn Henfling is working on an unconventional way to guarantee a Seahawks win in the Super Bowl
Ethics & Values
Liskula Cohen and Matthew Rozsa discuss the difference between being a nice guy and being a good one.
Raoul Wieland reviews Michael Kimmel’s ‘Manhood in America’ and explores the evolving and expanding definition of masculinity.
The death of a friend led Rick Gabrielly to realize that our legacies are determined by the receivers, not the givers.
How to be more than average, by Vaughn Granier.
This homeless high school dropout refused to accept his circumstances.
Matthew Rozsa explores the divided politics of the American Jewish community.
The Good Feed Blog
Racial discrimination can lead to health problems in adults – and biological impacts that could last across generations.
Relationships, Love & Sex
Thomas Fiffer identifies 5 loaded guns that threaten to blow your relationship apart.
Don’t rush into marriage, instead wait for the one who will keep every promise they make.
Dads & Families
Some people have a natural ability to be a Parent, and perhaps your one of those people. But is the timing right?
Unpredictable Behaviors by Boys is Normal
Arts & Entertainment
‘The Interview’ is a raucous roll through men’s friendship and international espionage.
As the Super Bowl approaches Jesse Kornbluth tells the story of Johnny Unitas, a football legend.
Marriage & Commitment
Both Aaron Traister and his wife forgot what day it was.
Rory Caldwell was an angry man. After seeing himself through his son’s eyes, he’s now healing himself, his marriage, and his family.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews Elias Canetti’s book on the life of a deeply divided man.
We fear the unaffiliated terrorist, the lone wolf who looks like us, lives in our neighborhoods and waits for an opportunity to kill us. It was simpler in the old days, and simplest of all in “Rogue Male,” the story of a man who decides to kill the biggest target in the world. Jesse Kornbluth reviews.
Extreme challenges kept one mother’s son home from school, endangering his graduation, until she hit upon a last-ditch answer.
You’ve never seen Thor like this. Or Captain America. Or storm troopers. Or Halo Kitty.
Bits & Pieces
Pulp find their way around the statement, “I’m a Man.”
What happens when pickup stix, candy corn, aluminum foil, rubber bands, googly eyes, velvet, a Rubik’s cube, and more meet a brilliant man in a kitchen?