CLASH knows you’re creative, so let’s share that awesomeness with the world!
So how do you qualify for Rick Pitino’s Health Plan?
“Last night Johnny Gargano put his career on the line against Andrade “Cien” Almas in exchange for one last shot at the NXT belt.”
“Hey everybody, Rickie V here, the illegitimate son of college basketball legend Dick Vitale!”
Read up Knicks, Hornets, Grizzlies, Sixers, Heat, and Cavs fans.
“LeBron James’ decision to leave Cleveland for Miami in the summer of 2010 is one of the most memorable sports stories of this decade.”
“Watching them win this money, I started to feel like I had squandered my life.”
“Palahniuk is himself a member of the Cacophony Society.”
In professional sports there is ALMOST never a good reason to lose, and in writing there is never a good reason to write poorly. Both are the golden rules of being ‘successful’ but what if you need to lose to get better, and need to write some shit to get better? What if losing and being shitty is part of the process to become great?
MAGIC HAPPENS EVERY DAY
“Imagine watching your ten-year old drawing chainsaw dicks.”
“I didn’t realize how out of shape I was until I tried running a mile.”
“I have two weapons; my arms, my legs, and my brain.”
“Durant declined to comment on why he chose cheat codes. Speculation says he could feel his fingers were not as flexible as they once were and the cheat codes could give him more time to focus on defense and passing.”
“When the Miami Heat offered him a 2-year deal with a 50% pay cut to play for ten million a year instead of his usual ten million, it was his pride more than his pocketbook that got hurt.”
“I don’t get the name Cobblers for a team. I’m sure I could dial up a reasoning and a history for the name on the internet, but fuck that shit, man. I groove on mystery.”