2013 U.S. Open: Tiger Woods' terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day at Merion Tiger Woods has been conspicuously absent from the NBC broadcast on late Saturday after five bogeys in a 10-hole stretch effectively ended his shot at contention for a fifth U.S. Open title. After more than an hour of obscurity, however, Tiger did pop up on NBC for a little bit of troll cam schadenfreude: And that's the No. 1 player in the world's day summed up in one gif.
June 15, 2013 - SB Nation
Fred Armisen Scores First Post ‘SNL’ Job A comedian’s career post-SNL kind of has a shelf life. Several months following an SNL departure proves to be a make it or break it time for comedians with high hopes in transitioning towards sitcoms or film. Some comedians make it post-SNL and others fade into obscurity (Cheri Oteri, anyone?). Fred Armisen made a quiet [...] Fred Armisen Scores First Post ‘SNL’ Job is a post from: The Inquisitr
June 14, 2013 - The Inquisitr
Kevin Gates Releases 'Satellites (Remix)' With Wiz Khalifa Filed under: Hip-Hop , Hip-Hop News , Songs Kevin Gates has emerged from obscurity in 2013. The Baton Rouge, La., native has flair and a gift for harmonizing, and it shows on his newest track, "Satellites." With the original record garnering momentum, Gates decided to put out a remix for the track, featuring one of the game's top artists of the moment, Wiz Khalifa.
June 13, 2013 - The Boombox
Joe Maddon in The Associated Press If he was able to be able to be seen more nationally, it would be a slam dunk,Maddon said. "He toils a little bit in the obscurity of where we work. I would really not understand why he would not be voted in. He's the kind of baseball...
Troy Aikman in ESPN I think maybe things happened so quickly for Tony in terms of obscurity to all of a sudden national spotlight that he hasn't fully grasped what being the Cowboys quarterback is all about,Aikman said to Irvin. "And you don't go to Cabo the...
Lev Grossman in Washington Post Time's Lev Grossman writes that "an explosion of productivity and innovation" is underway as "millions of minds that would otherwise have drowned in obscurity" become participants in "the global intellectual economy."