Jimmy Failla is a New York City cab driver turned professional stand-up comedian who was named Outstanding Male Comedian of the year at the 2014 New York City Nightlife Awards. He appears regularly on “The Kennedy Show” on the Fox Business Channel as well as “Redeye” on Fox News. He has also been seen on “Gotham Comedy Live” and “The Jim Gaffigan Show.” In addition, he is the head writer for A-List Comedy, a national comedy service that supplies topical humor to over 200 radio stations a day. He is the author of “Follow That Car! A Cabbie’s Guide To Conquering Fears, Achieving Dreams, And Finding A Public Restroom.”
That’s why you should make your kids watch the Super Bowl.
No opposing player or fan has ever liked a showboat in sports since the beginning of time, and now that showboat goes to the Super Bowl.
Whether you’re rooting for Peyton Manning or Tom Brady this weekend says a lot about you.
Football bets not only come with better odds, but each game will provide you with three hours of entertainment.
Not even Donald Trump can hold a candle to the ratings of the NFL playoffs.
Time to bring out the Magic 8 Ball to call NFL plays.
Whether made by players, coaches, or fans, here are this year’s top sports blunders.
Tom Brady and Hillary Clinton are a match made in scandal heaven.
New documentary ‘Can We Take a Joke’ explores how outrage mobs have ruined our ability to recover from tragedies and reduced the genuine assistance victims receive.
Donald Trump, I think you’re a brilliant provocateur and super-smart man. That’s why I’m telling you to buy the New York Yankees.
Let’s use the power of laughter to grieve over the San Bernardino tragedy.
Here’s a Thanksgiving trick: Bet on a few football games, make a few bucks, and your family will seem way cooler in the long run.
The Cleveland Browns are giving Johnny Manziel, the most controversial backup in league history, a six-game audition.
It seems to be the rage on college campuses to rewrite history because reality makes some people cry.
Buffalo Bills fans have the highest blood-alcohol levels in the league, finds a new study.
New ‘Daily Show’ host Noah Trevor moves a bit to the center.
Fifty years ago, comedians like Sarah Silverman understood the difference between a joke and a hate crime, and so did college students.
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