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Someone Just Interrupted Roger Goodell's Press Conference With An Elevator Violence Joke

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell gave a press conference today, speaking on the domestic violence acts committed by NFL players over the past few weeks.

During the Q&A session, a man had to be forcibly removed from the room after he began screaming what sounded like, “Don’t take me into an elevator.”

Reportedly, the man in question is a writer for “The Howard Stern Show” named Benjy Bronk. There has been no confirmation as to whether this was a stunt for the show.

Here’s a Vine of the incident:

Here’s a speculation as to what actually went down:

One thing is for certain: It took Roger Goodell’s bland press conference to a whole new level.


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1. The First Time.

The First Time.

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The Incredibles / Via One day it just happened. That lace dress popped up on your feed, two clicks later and then it was game over.

One day it just happened. That lace dress popped up on your feed, two clicks later and then it was game over.

2. The Dress

The Dress

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Lace. Beads. Sleeves. Sleeveless. Backless. Bell. Mermaid. Train. No Train… the feed never ends

3. The Ring

The Ring

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Does this part really needed elaboration?

4. The Shoes

The Shoes

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As if your current shoe fetish wasn’t enough. These shoes are just enough to shove you overboard. Between the Swarovski heel and satin bow, Lord help the weak hearted.

5. STOP STOP STOP. At least make it secret.


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At this point the infinite black hole that is “Wedding Pinterest” has sucked you in. There’s no going back so you might as well just make it “secret” and hope for the best. Godspeed.

6. Decor


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There is a certain serenity that takes over once you’ve accepted the addiction. You have your look, might as well pin the rest of this wedding reverie.

7. Invitations


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How would announce this fantasy wedding? Rustic yet elegant? Or Modern and edgy? Scroll…scroll…scroll…

8. Guest List

Guest List

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At some point, you have to figure out who would actually attend. But how? If there’s one thing we know about Pinterest, it’s that if there’s a question, there’s an infographic.

9. Seating Chart

Seating Chart

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Where to put that creepy uncle….

10. Back to Reality.

At this point you should probably reset your password. Just in case. Can’t let the honey-bun know.

11. Bachelorette Party!

Bachelorette Party!

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Strippers, drinks, and penises as far as the page will load.

12. Bridesmaids Dresses

Bridesmaids Dresses

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Because lord knows you will NOT try to please every one of those girls.

13. Bridesmaids Gifts

Bridesmaids Gifts

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What’s cuter than DIY and a wedding, amiright?

14. Mother of the Bride Dress

Mother of the Bride Dress

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Mommy. Refined, classy, hopefully three glasses in to the Pinot Noir.



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You should probably stop BUT…

You’ve already failed at life, in one chart

Einstein was 26 when he developed his special theory of relativity. Heisenberg came up with the Uncertainty Principle when he was 25. Newton was 23 when he invented calculus (though Leibniz’s version was better). Your life so far has clearly been a waste of time.

Actually, it isn’t that bad for you, as shown in the chart above from a new working paper by Northwestern University’s Benjamin Jones and his collaborators. Since 1965, the most accomplished scientists have done their best work around the age of 40.

The chart also shows that during the last century, the average age at which scientists produced their most important research increased. That is, scientific geniuses alive in 2000 had been older than their counterparts a hundred years earlier when they produced their most important work. There are a few possible explanations for this change. One is that people in general live longer now than they do before, and the population is older than it once was, so it’s no surprise if scientific geniuses who happen to be in their best years are also a little older on average. Another is that scientific knowledge continues to accumulate, meaning that young scientists will have to spend more time learning about past contributions to their fields before they start making their own.

Unfortunately, these trends could hamper future scientific progress, as the authors of the paper note. Global population growth means that more and more people will be working on scientific problems — but if that group of people is older on average, their most inventive work might already be behind them. At the same time, longer periods of study before young scientists begin doing their own work will occupy more of their best years. The aging of the scientific community will also affect the type of research conducted: although older scientists seem more equipped for resourceful and thorough experimentation, younger scientists are more likely to engage in the sort of contrarian, imaginative thinking that shifts scientific paradigms.

The chart above is © 2014 by Benjamin Jones, E.J. Reedy, and Bruce A. Weinberg. All rights reserved. Click below for their paper, published by the National Bureau of Economic Research.

President Obama continues to use gay people as way to cash in, Ellen DeGeneres falls for it; Update: Not gay pride, Obama pride

President Obama is continuing his use of gay people as a campaign tool. Sadly, Ellen DeGeneres falls for it, as do others.

@TheEllenShow @BarackObama oh thank you Ellen for tweeting this! it brought happy tears to my eyes. 😀

— zoraida m zavala (@bassistcat) May 24, 2012

Love it! RT @BarackObama: “No one in America should ever be afraid to walk down the street holding hands with the person they love.”…

— Candace Polk (@candacepolkPR) May 24, 2012


Real talk – squee! If by “talk,” one means worthless pandering.

He then doubled down on the cash-in attempt this afternoon.

“No one in America should ever be afraid to walk down the street holding hands with the person they love.” http://t.co/taAN4dGQ

— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) May 24, 2012

Sigh. Scare tactics yet again. Just like how the Arizona immigration bill wouldn’t allow people to walk down the street to get ice cream.

Thankfully, not everyone falls for the President’s transparent and shameless use of gay people as a means to achieve his own end.

@BarackObama What does that have to do with the #President? Are you doing something about this supposed problem?

— Obama Agenda (@ObamaAgenda) May 24, 2012


@BarackObama unless its a couple having an affair.

— Eli Rodriguez (@ERodriguez173) May 24, 2012




@BarackObama You can't take us there. We know where you headed with that comment. Respect your faith community followers.

— Bishop G. W. Hardy (@BishopGWHardy) May 24, 2012


@BarackObama I'm sorry…. Did you tweeted this from 1956? At least you can now Campaign about your time travel capabilities

— Vacant (@myapaulogies) May 24, 2012

Empty, simplistic rhetoric and meaningless platitudes, as usual. President Obama should try walking down the street with big boy pants on for once.


President Obama continues to claim ‘gay pride’ for himself. 

There’s a new video out to kick off Obama Pride—narrated by @JaneMarieLynch: http://t.co/CwvddFjw #Pride2012

— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) May 24, 2012

All. About. Him.