There have certainly been categories on "Jeopardy" that have stumped me in the past. Any about geography is sure to have me feeling about as smart as a rock (hopefully no rocks read this and get offended). However, it's pretty shocking to me that three contestants were only able to give the correct question to one Yankees based answer correctly. How would you of done if you had the buzzer in your hand?
It has long been the stereotypical view that academia and athleticism don't mix. Like oil and water or Kanye and Techno (see "Yeezus"), scholars and jocks have rarely blended well. And yesterday night, this was on full display once more.
I don't want to spoil the video for you, so I won't tell you the priceless answer that this Jeopardy contestant gave to the question “100 plus assists i
Eli Manning is an American Icon. He is the Poster Boy of New York City and the epitome of winning. He’s got a babe of a wife, two Super Bowl MVPs and he’s fresh off a knock out job as SNL host. Yet Kevin, a young wiz-kid from god knows where, has never heard of him.
I love really smart people who don’t know the first thing about sports. It’s one of my only opportunities in life to feel like I a little know more than a highly-intelligent person.