Awesome: Texas A&M's very own Ryan Swope ran a 4.34 40 yard dash time at the NFL combine Sunday, being the second fastest of all the wide receivers in this year's draft class. Proving that the earlier statements about him being of average speed and average height was false. Everyone in Aggieland is looking forward to seeing him do big things in his move to the NFL!
Awkward: The Oscars were in full swing on Sunday, therefore the hottest celebrities were in attendance, along with their peculiar senses of humor. The host Seth MacFarlane may win the title for most awkward and controversial joke. While discussing "Django Unchained" he voiced that he believe that it was "unspeakably violent," then poked some fun by saying, "or as Chris Brown and Rihanna call it, a date movie." If that isn't an uncomfortable situation, I really don't know what is.
Awesome: Another viral video coming your way! Taylor Swift has another hit song "I Knew You Were Trouble" that is about just another one of her issues with men. (There seems to be a pattern in these relationships) Someone decided to make a goat edition of the song to poke a little fun at her, so whether you like the song or not this will no doubt provide a few giggle.
Awkward: There are now rumors flying around that the pope is linked to a gay blackmail scandal. He announced earlier this month that he was going to retire due to his belief that he was incapable of fulfilling his duties as the Pope due to his old age. The Vatican neither confirms nor denies these rumors.
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