Mike Tyson wanted to beat up…WHO?!

There wasn’t a bigger sports star in the 90′s than Michael Jordan. 

There wasn’t a bigger name in the sport of boxing in the 90′s than Mike Tyson.

Well apparently, the biggest boxer of the 90′s wanted to beat up the greatest basketball player that’s ever lived!

That’s right, Mike Tyson once confronted Michael Jordan.

Why?

It was over Tyson’s ex-wife Robin Givens.

In a book by Tyson’s former friend/manager Rory Holloway, he recalled a time when the boxing star confronted NBA star Jordan over Givens in front of Don King, Chicago Bears player Richard Dent and coach Mike Ditka.

Holloway says the boxer stares across the table at MJ and said, “Hey man, you think I’m stupid? I know you f*cked with my b*tch.”

Holloway said “Jordan looked like he just seen a ghost.” 

Don King helped change the subject, and soon after, Jordon left.

Let’s be honest, If this beast was staring at you:

I’d be gone too!! 

-Tyler Jackson

19 Kids and Counting Controversy

The Duggar family- of “19 Kids and Counting” fame- is no stranger to controversy. And they’ve sparked it once again by giving their teenage son Jedidiah a 12-guage shotgun for Christmas.  So much so, that 185,000 people signed a petition to get the show cancelled.

 

Read more here!

Virtual School Days are Now a Thing

Some schools are now having virtual school days when school is cancelled due to snow.One school district in New Jersey had students log in on school-provided laptops during a recent snow day.The students were able to ask teachers questions, work through assignments or jump into class discussions, even if they sometimes took breaks to shovel the walkways.

Read more here!

 

 

This Day In History – January 6

1759

George Washington and Martha Dandridge Custis were married.

 

Did you know, George proposed to three other women before Martha accepted?

Martha was a rich widow; in fact her silver service went into the mint for some of the first US coins!

1945

George and Barbara Bush said “I do.”

 

Happy 70 years to those crazy kids! 

 

1994

Nancy Kerrigan was whacked on her right leg at the National Figure Skating Championships in Detroit by a man wielding an iron bar.

 

The assailant was later linked to Kerrigan’s skatingrival, Tonya Harding.

 

Kerrigan got the last laugh, though. She won the silver medal at the 1994 Winter Olympics, while Harding finished eighth.  

 1998

Trisha Yearwood and LeAnn Rimes were each nominated for Grammys in the Best Country Female Vocal Performance category for How Do I Live.

It was the first time in Grammy history two versions of the same song competed against each other.

 

Trisha went on to win it.

and then lastly…

2001

Congress formally certified George W. Bush as the winner of the presidential election.

 

-Tyler Jackson

You Never Know Where Your Old Photos Will Show Up

A woman in New Mexico is suing a novelty products maker over a flask that includes her high school photo and the phrase, “I’m going to be the most popular girl in rehab.”The woman says the company used her high school graduation picture from 1970 without her permission.The woman is an active church member and doesn’t drink alcohol or do drugs.She is seeking unspecified amount of money for damages.

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Sledding Bans

More and more cities are banning SLEDDING, because they think it’s too dangerous.  And too risky . . . not just for kids, but for lawsuits.  About 20,000 kids go to emergency rooms every year for sledding injuries . . . and cities are worried about lawsuits over sledding accidents at their parks.

Read more here!

This Day In History – January 5

1925

Mrs. Nellie Taylor Ross was sworn in as the governor of Wyoming!

She was the first female governor in the U.S. 

1933

Construction on the Golden Gate Bridge began! 

 

Spanning the entrance to San Francisco Bay, with the Bay on one side and the Pacific Ocean on the other, the Golden Gate Bridge was, and still is, an engineering marvel.  

It was completed in a little over four years! 

1960

The number one Billboard pop hit was El Paso by Marty Robbins.

1985 - George Strait took Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind to number one.

This song is THIRTY! Think about that. THIRTY!

This video is awesome, BTW:

1998 

Sonny Bono, formerly one-half of Sonny And Cher, died at the age of 62 from head injuries sustained in a skiing accident.

 

Sonny Bono, what a man!

-Tyler Jackson

Where the Bros Will be At

Florida-Georgia Line have announced their 2nd Annual “This Is How We Roll” Cruise for 2015, featuring performances from them, and many other bro-country acts in November 2015.

Wanna go?

 

Find out more here!