Today's throwback video of the week is brought to you by "Tecmo Super Bowl" on NES. In this video we get to watch Bo Jackson carve up the defense repeatedly. Let's see Adrian Petersen try to do that in Madden 25. It's not going to happen...and I think that's why I miss old school football games. The game is one of the all-time classics. Just do a Google search and you'll find dozens of sites dedicated to the game even though it was released over five years before the internet became popular. The best one I've found was TecmoBowl.org, which is still putting up quality articles about this legendary game. Alright, enjoy the video. I'm going to go download Tecmo Bowl Throwback for Xbox 360.
Beard Team USA was an amazing inspiration for our first full length documentary. In honor of our fan-base of beards, we decided to re-post the video that kick-started our dedication to bearding here at BC. Back in 2011, BC visited Lancaster, PA to check out the Beard Team USA National Championships. Two of our own, Ray and guest judge and former Pittsburgh Steeler Justin Hartwig, went behind the scenes for a look at this awesome event. People came from around the US and the world to be judged in 5 categories: Mustache Partial Beard Full Beard Groomed Full Beard Natural Freestyle In addition to... Read More
So you just got a new DSLR Camera from Nikon, Canon, or Pentax as a gift (or as one of your more expensive impulse buys). Congratulations! Cameras are fun, can capture some great memories, and also give you an excuse to buy some incredibly cool accessories for them. That's where we come in. We have tried a lot of different gear, and we have a lot of gear sitting on shelves that we just don't like. We wanted to tell you about our favorite products, so we decided to launch a new series called "Essentials" that showcases items that everyone should buy with their new tech purchases. The gear listed below combine great... Read More
If you're a regular reader, you'll know that we've done several articles on the rules we should all live by. Today we take a look at the 6 rules in the Workplace Bathroom Code of Ethics. Follow these rules, and your co-workers will respect and love you. All you have to do is follow these 6 simple rules of the Workplace Bathroom: 1. Do not acknowledge people. This includes eye contact, greetings, or business talk. People are in the bathroom for one of two reasons: they either need to relieve themselves or they want to escape to some privacy. The bathroom is not a place for socializing or small talk. 2. Maintain the... Read More
Hey there, Rachel. I feel like I know you because you're on the site. I was wondering if you could answer my all-time girl question: Is the women's restroom that much nicer than a guy's restroom, and if it is...why? Thank you, and good job on the site - you guys are funny. -Tyler Dear Tyler, Thanks for your kind words. A lesson to all readers, blatant flattery is DEFINITELY one way to get your question answered. A bouquet of bacon roses would also do the trick. As for your question, I had to really examine the fine print on my woman card before I was even able to consider answering. I think I might be blurring the line a bit,... Read More
We decided to build the ultimate gaming PC, and we want you to win it! We scoured the PC landscape for the products that would come together to give you a powerful machine that will take your gaming and entertainment to the next level. We didn't pick the most expensive options in every category, but we picked the components that are going to give you the best bang for your buck. This is some of the best technology that's available today and we hope you all get to experience it whether you win the contest or not. You can simply click here and submit your email to enter the contest: SORRY, THE CONTEST HAS ENDED (Check back soon for more)! ... Read More
April is autism awareness month, and we hope that this continuing story of a mother of a child with autism will help people understand more about life with autism. I’m going to take a moment and be one of “those moms.” You know, the ones that talk endlessly about their kids and how wonderful they are, even though no one really wants to hear it. Well, bear with me while it is my turn. My son, Corbin, is 11 years old and a student in the 5th grade. He is intelligent, funny, caring, curious, and handsome. Corbin has quite the sense of humor, an infectious laugh, beautiful blue eyes, and a gorgeous smile. Like most boys, he... Read More