Christian La Du

Bio

After years of intense training, Christian emerged from Vassar College as a partially-fledged writer with a degree in economics, who is capable of consistently achieving mediocrity while striving for greatness. He knows how to tie his shoes and does his own laundry (most of the time). When not hard at work, he is trying (often failing) to play pick-up sports.
By Christian La Du
Tim Duncan is a living legend. The Spurs big man was drafted first overall by San Antonio in 1997, and since then, in the 17 seasons since, Duncan's lowest single-season winning percentage was 61. Good lord. @junior_miller @SportsSturm @DonHarris4…
By Christian La Du
It was only a matter of time. With Lingerie Football League as the template for taking two things guys love and combining them into one product (football and fit women dressed provocatively), the LFC takes the rising popularity of MMA and combines…
By Christian La Du
Walt Frazier, more commonly known as Clyde, is unique among NBA color commentators for the very personal flavor he brings to the booth. His passion for bold style extends to his love for pretty and poetic phrasings, as he couches his observations…
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I haven't seen a posterizer so patriotically powerful since Vince Carter deleted Frederic Weiss from the universe. But seeing as this actually involves our Founding Father and first President/Commander-in-Chief George Washington dropping the hammer…
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And this year's Darwin Award goes to… You don’t exactly need to be the brightest bulb in the bunch to know that lighting a fire inside a car is a bad idea. Why this young Brit thought that igniting a piece of paper inside a vehicle (while singing…
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Watching men with wicked facial hair and cartoon-seized muscles lifting weights to dubstep doesn't sound like your idea of a good time? Then you haven't seen the "Da Hulk" throw up 405 pounds as a warm-up set. Holy mother of the universe. The host…
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There are many reasons that Michael Jordan is deified in the NBA pantheon. His six NBA championships and Finals MVPs speak for themselves, but Jordan's impact on the game has transcended his period. Jordan Brand sells more than 40 percent of all…
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The reading game is about to change forever. Boston-based software developer Spritz has been in "stealth mode" for three years, tinkering with their program and leasing it out to different ebooks, apps, and other platforms. Now, Spritz is about to…
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As the sports writer, I am charged with the wonderful responsibility of sharing with you that everyone seeing the outline of Michael Sam's penis (guys into guys, this is your lucky day) does not qualify as a news story (except for me telling you…
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Do you still own a VHS player? Do you consider yourself a porn enthusiast? Well, I have the deal of the century for you. A Craigslist post from Greenville, North Carolina, is listing thousands of pornography video cassettes for sale. Curious as to…
By Christian La Du
It seems like every year the future top prospects get identified at younger ages. Guys like Thon Maker and Seventh Woods are only sophomores in high school, but have long been considered NBA prospects. But,Thon Maker is more than 7 feet tall and…
By Christian La Du
This video broaches the economy of sex in a clinical and an academic manner, attempting objectivity but only partially achieving it. There are many layers of assumptions worked into this fairly perceptive social analysis. This theory assumes that…
By Christian La Du
As a panelist for "State of Female Justice," it is no secret that Olivia Wilde has strong opinions about the state of gender equality in cinema. Wilde has acted in 40 films, but only played the lead role in one ("Drinking Buddies"). Wilde is helping…
By Christian La Du
This video was made in Brazil by Youtube user pipocaVFX, whose real name is Felipe Costa. If we are to believe what we see here, Costa has achieved a godlike understanding of Flappy Birds. If this video is legitimate, then Flappy Birds organizers…
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Three, the new UK mobile phone company, is killing it with the advertisements. Featuring Starships's "We Built This City," the commercial follows an enthusiastic little girl rolling through her neighborhood on her bike (with training wheels!), pet…
By Christian La Du
Kid President, legendary frontman for the SoulPancake Youtube channel, has a long history of inspiring messages. He consistently and adorably implores us to better ourselves (and society) through messages of wellness, education, and positivity. He's…
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This beautiful poem and visual accompaniment celebrates what makes life worth living. Written and directed by Nathan T. Presley for Darling Magazine, this project praises the beauty of the natural world, the infinite potential within humanity, and…
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This letter, written by Matt Walsh, was spurred by a series of micro-aggressions from women who work in a professional environment. Walsh wrote this after fielding several unintentionally condescending comments about his wife, who is a stay-at-home…
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Alice and Irene have known each other for 94 years. Ninety-four years. Steve Harvey sat down with the pair, to talk a bit about their long-term friendship and discuss their perspectives on modern culture. These two were both born in 1914, but…
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Paul George apparently got a Miami stripper pregnant. Her name is Daniela, and though she was formerly employed as a stripper at Tootsie's in Miami, it is believed that she is a Queens native that moved to Miami to attend the U, according to our…