Late Late Show host James Corden has become must-watch TV most nights on CBS. During a bit early Thursday morning, Corden read off a question from a viewer in Maryland.
And that’s when the English comedian realized the state’s name was a bit harder to pronounce than he originally thought.
For those of you who hate it when we post things that have nothing to do with hockey, whelp, sorry not sorry.
On Friday afternoon, my brother and I spoke on Facebook chat and he told me about a peculiar thing that happened in Anne Arundel County earlier today.
Richard Henry Lee Elementary, a school in Glen Burnie, had to close its doors early this morning because a feral cat snuck inside the building.
Overlooking Lake Kittamaqundi, there stands a quaint statue honoring Columbia’s visionary founder, James Rouse, and his brother, Willard. The statue, entitled “The Dealings,” is an iconic landmark that everyone in Howard County knows, and one that I come across almost daily when I eat at one of Columbia’s awesome lakefront restaurants. So naturally, when I got on Facebook last night and came across Dylan Goldberg’s photo of the Rouses in full hockey gear rocking the red, I knew I had to share it with the world. Well – at least when I stopped laughing. I hope you enjoy.
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