Michael J. Fox Trolls NHL Teams

Michael J. Fox Trolls NHL TeamsThe Stanley Cup playoffs have been delicious for Michael J. Fox. Busted Coverage spotted the actor’s clever manner of trolling each and every NHL team that has fallen in the postseason: He eats its cupcake.

‘Edible swag’

Apparently, the actor, who is set to premiere his new show on NBC in the fall, received a box of NHL-themed cupcakes from Crumbs Bake Shop in New York City. He tweeted:

“NHL sent me some edible swag…a giant box of playoff team @crumbsbakeshop cupcakes. #StanleyCup. Thanks!”

‘Edible jinx’

Sure, we may refer to another team’s demise as a tasty treat, but we never thought to take that to the next delicious level. Not only does Fox enjoy teams’ losses one decadent treat at a time, but he also provides his own hilarious quip for each one.

Busted Coverage reminds us Fox is a huge Boston Bruins fan, so we assume he has already tossed that one in the garbage. Any self-respecting sports fan wouldn’t want to anger the hockey gods by actually having that edible jinx in the house.

Fox has mastered this trolling guff, because there is nothing worse than knowing your team lost and that someone is out there enjoying the moment by chowing down on a sweet dessert because of it.

Do you like Michael J. Fox’s way of trolling these NHL teams? Which team are you rooting for?

Source: Gabe Zaldivar, Bleacher Report

Image: Tweet Wood

Boston Bombing Suspects Planned To Attack Times Square

Boston Bombing Suspects Planned To Attack Times SquareDzhokhar Tsarnaev, the surviving suspect in the Boston bombings, told investigators that he and his brother decided to bomb Times Square as they talked the night of April 18 in a Mercedes SUV they’d just carjacked, New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said.

‘A lot more lucid’

The 19-year-old initially told investigators from a Boston hospital bed that he and his brother, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, had talked about going to New York to “party.” Then he offered a new account during a second round of questioning Sunday evening into Monday, during which Kelly said Dzhokhar was “a lot more lucid” than the first time he was interviewed.

The brothers had five pipe bombs and a “pressure-cooker bomb” — the latter similar to the bombs used in the Boston blasts — with them in the SUV that they could have used in New York, Kelly said.

‘Plan fell apart’

Instead, their plan “fell apart” when the SUV ran low on fuel in the Boston area and the Tsarnaevs ordered the driver to pull into a gas station, Kelly said. The driver escaped during the refueling, he said, and police subsequently caught up with the Tsarnaevs — first in a shootout after which 26-year-old Tamerlan died, then by capturing Dzhokhar on Friday.

“We don’t know that we would have been able to stop the terrorists had they arrived here from Boston,” Mayor Michael Bloomberg said. “We’re just thankful that we didn’t have to find out that answer.”

There is no evidence that New York City is currently a target of a terror attack stemming from the Boston bombings, Kelly added. Still, he said authorities are investigating two visits that the surviving suspect made to New York City last year.

Do you think the Tsarnaev brothers really had a long-term terror attack plot for the U.S.? Who else could have been involved in this?

Source: Greg Botelho and Josh Levs, CNN

Image: The Guardian