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Thomas Dolt
Thomas Dolt
Thomas Dolt is the co-author of seven books of humor including two in the Joking Off series. He is also an author of some 47 pounds (hardcover versions) of reference books about history and popular culture (note the distinction between the two) for which he uses a pseudonym to protect his reputation as a real Dolt. He has also written for television and has been a gaming consultant for Microsoft, getting at least some of his money back from smashing all  those PC's.

Jan 22, 2011
The World Series of Spitting
We've recently discovered a swell new sport that both men and women can enjoy together, Spitting

Jun 15, 2009
Kobe Bryant's iPod Playlist
Move over Jennifer Aniston

Oct 16, 2008
Top 11 Things A-Rod and Madonna Can Do Together
Enter Dancing With The Stars (Seems obvious, but you never know)

Jul 20, 2008
I Spit Therefore I Am
The sport of Spitting is not complicated. If you squirt a stream of Red Man chewing tobacco further than anybody else you win. Pretty simple. And pretty cool. By the way, Spittoono is put on each year by the Redneck Performing Arts Association (RPAA), and they deserve kudos all around.

Jul 19, 2008
Top Eleven Things Overheard At The British Open
Anybody have extra SPF 30?

May 7, 2008
Why Kobe Says "I Couldn't Have Done It Without My Teammates"
Now more people will say Jennifer Aniston is LA's most absorbed person.

Apr 16, 2008
Next Week's Headlines
Tiger Woods Discovered To Have An Opinion

Mar 11, 2008
eTrueSports Top Eight Matt Walsh Spygate Videotape Surprises
Gisele Bundchen can?t catch

Nov 23, 2007
Top Ten Reasons To Give Barry Bonds A Break
Places bets for busy Charles Barkley

Oct 12, 2007
I Spit Therefore I Am
We've recently discovered a swell new sport that both men and women can enjoy together, Spitting, whose official season winds up with The Spittoono, the World Series of Spitting, held annually now for some 27 years in Clemson, South Carolina.

Jun 13, 2007
Top Ten Other Barry Bonds' Accomplishments
Let's Give This Guy A Break!

  • In addition to stiffing a "underage" 12-year schoolboy out of $20k for completing best NCAA bracket, financially troubled ESPN announced that cappuccino prices in Bristol CT employee cafeteria will rise to $9.95. Company also strongly advises parents of bracket winner Sam Holtz to take away boy's allowance and internet access across all platforms.
  • Check your bed for horse heads? "A man in my position can't afford to be made to look ridiculous," said the Knicks' James Dolan on being ranked by ESPN the worst NBA owner.
  • ESPN poll names James Dolan NBA's worst owner. "Karma's a bitch," observed former competitive golfer Tiger Woods.
  • Irate NCAA basketball fans crashed CBS Sports website Saturday night with thousands of e-mails calling for the firing of color commentator Len Elmore. "It's like being forced to have dinner with a grumpy uncle who hates every dish," said one message. "It makes you never want to eat again."
  • Basketball writer/analyst Seth Davis will become a full-time Burger King celebrity spokesperson when the NCAA tourney wraps. "Journalism is for saps," said Davis.
  • A.C. Neilson reports during Sunday's KU/Wichita St game CBS analyst Chris Webber was muted by 4.7 million fans, a network television record.
  • "This is quite a wakeup call," said Roger Clemens after agreeing to settle a defamation lawsuit his former trainer Brain McNamee filed in 2009. "I'm going to look very closely at the amount of lying I've been doing."
  • Mets withdraw offer to Donald Trump to be team's official mascot. "Some worrywart parents thought he'd scare young fans," says source.
  • Breaking: Lance Armstrong is set to star in Fox's new summer sitcom, "A Return To Gullible Island," and will sing the show's theme song, "A Three Hour Tour de France," eTrueSports has learned.
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