Tim Tebow is known for a lot of things. He has an uncanny way of finding a way to win games despite lackluster performances (unless he’s playing New England and Tom Brady), and of course, he is known for his praying pose that he so often strikes on the sidelines that has kicked off an international phenomenon of “Tebowing.” And Tim Tebow and the Christian faith are synonymous, but here lately, a new buzz is going around the internet. Could Tim Tebow be a <gasp> homewrecker?
Here’s the facts. Tebow has been linked to two women in the last month. The first was Lindsay Vonn, Olympic skier. The second is none other than Katy Perry, international pop star. What do Lindsay and Katy have in common, besides Tim? That’s right. They both just ended their marriages. Lindsay’s marriage to Thomas Vonn, a fellow alpine skier, ended with much speculation that there was another man behind the scenes. Then, a few chance happenings had the media and internet buzzing that Tim Tebow, of all people, was the man behind the curtain. Both sides denied these accusations. Lindsay Vonn says that she is a friend of the Tebow family and that their relationship is purely platonic.
Now, Katy Perry and Russell Brand are divorcing after just over a year of marriage. And just days after the heavily covered break-up, what do we hear in the news? Katy Perry’s parents
have invited none other than Tim Tebow to speak at the family’s church. Furthermore, Katy’s mother is rumored to be all over the prospect of Tim and Katy getting together, no doubt in some vain hope that Tebow can reel the wild child back in to her Christian roots. It has been reported that Katy has expressed a desire to meet Tim on more than one occasion, although it falls under one of our favorites: the anonymous source.
Now, there’s your dose of what is being said out on the proverbial internet streets. Now, let’s analyze things a little further. While plenty of sites are eager to try to pin the Katy Perry-Russell Brand divorce on Tim Tebow, the reality is that Katy and Tim have never met. While it is interesting that a possible meeting may be on the horizon, it certainly does not provide any evidence of any homewrecking. However, maybe Tim needs to look at his image and how things are perceived and find a way to stop showing up at the (depends on how you look at it) right or wrong time. In the meantime, could a whirlwind romance between the Denver Broncos famous quarterback and Katy Perry be in the works? For the sake of Tim’s virginity pact, let’s hope not.
Leave it to Hugo Chavez to make another wild claim against the United States. He claims that the U.S. not only gave him cancer but gave many other South American leaders cancer as well. He also recalls a statement made to him by Fidel Castro. Castro told him to watch what he eats and don’t use misplaced needles because the U.S. and the CIA has developed the technology to induce cancer.
That’s right, folks, for those of you who don’t understand the way North Korea’s hero worship for their fallen leader works, sources now say that a strong snowstorm paused and the sky glowed red above Mount Paektu just before the death of Kim Jong Il. Furthermore, volcanic Lake Chon had its ice crack violently. In the city of Hamhung, a Manchurian crane circled a statue of Kim’s father, Kim Il Sung, and then drooped its head before taking off.
These legends correspond with similar ones related to Kim Jong Il’s birth. He was supposedly born on Mount Paektu, and the rumor is that a double rainbow sprang across the sky when he came into the world.
Must have been a helluva guy, huh?
Twitter blew up the last few days with another seemingly random internet hoax that spread like wildfire. Jon Bon Jovi was rumored to have been discovered in his hotel room in a coma and subsequently rushed to the hospital where he died from cardiac arrest. The cool thing about a Twitter hoax is that it wasn’t long before Bon Jovi himself heard the news of his own demise. Bon Jovi immediately took to his own Twitter account to dispel the rumors, but not wanting to leave any room for more conspiracy theories, he came up with a crafty way to put the hoax to rest. His Tweet featured him holding a handwritten sign with the date and time. No word as of yet if the Illuminati might be trying to kill him, so stay tuned for that.
A man has claimed to be from the darkside of the moon. He claims that he was born on the moon and brought to Earth. He also claims that the moon has been colonized and the civilization lies on the darkside of the moon. The news of this won’t be released all at once claims the man but it will be released in increments.
A man from the future has come here to stop CERN from discovering the Higgs-Boson particle. He claims that the future is very different since the discovery of the God particle. Will there be more rescue missions from the future to save us from CERN?