May 15 2013 11:58AM
Every 365 days Jordan Leslie Eberle celebrates another birthday. Every 365 days we write him a nice little article celebrating his perpetual greatness. This year King Jordan turns 23 years young and we can't help but think this article is going to be immediately added to a special file the police are preparing.
Let's get to it.
May 14 2013 01:12PM
If all the annoying ads, tweets and articles haven't broken your free will - perhaps the start of StreakCred 2013.2 will convince you to join. For the second round of playoffs we have a whole new round of prizes and the entry cost is only $10.
People who signed up for round 1 continue on as though nothing has happened competing for the same prizes including the grand prize of a trip for two to Munich for Oktoberfest.
People who have been avoiding signing up "because the game looks dumb" or "because I don't pay for stuff on the internet" now have a chance to get involved.
There has never been a better time to join up and help the MS Bike Tour and the Edmonton Down Syndrome Society.
May 06 2013 01:01PM
It's a tale of joy and sorrow today Nation. And rage. And hope for the future. Give a read if you dare. I mean it's like 33 degrees in the Capital City. We can't help but assume everyone is skipping work and is getting their tan on.
May 04 2013 02:30PM
The leader in streakcred - Rmo2000 - has now crashed and burned and his streak is over at 8 wins in a row. In fact the entire top 20 players in the game have all lost their streaks and everyone is starting again from zero. This is the time for the second wave of people looking to play to get involved.
We need you Nation, team entries are lagging way behind what we thought they would be by now. Keep reading after the jump if you want to see your ol' pal Wanye beg you to support deserving charities.
May 01 2013 01:18PM
We are legitimately distressed with the Oilers failing to make the playoffs this year. We really thought when they held the 8th place position for all of 37.2 seconds they had turned the corner and the good times that we have all been promised for so long had finally arrived.
So where does a heartbroken fan run to in times of need? How about somewhere where the home team hasn't won anything in over 100 years and yet people still regularly part with their hard earned money to watch them rebuild for the 1,506th time. A Cubs game in Chicago is the perfect play.