Dedicated to the HATRED of all things trOJan


That’s a lot o’ ‘stings — As I Roast in this heatwave, watching the Bruce Willis Roast, I lift my glass in a Toast to the UCLA Spirit Squad, for whom I Host this site, Post their pics, and Boast about their eminence, while we Coast through the last month before Football season begins, and I get Ghosted by some people about whom I care the Most.

People are so busy these days — So much multi-tasking.  People think nothing of disappearing from a text exchange mid-conversation, without so much as a word of goodbye, gtg (got to go) or even ttyl (talk to ya later).  Then they never get back to you, and you don’t want to be a pest…  I hate this, and just can’t get used to it.  It may not be true “ghosting,” as in a significant other that is purposely terminating a relationship cold turkey, but I have a couple of Continue Reading »


Just ‘Cause — Today starts a tidal wave of Cheer photos from the 11/24/17 Cal game, as we celebrate the disgraced former u$c Dean of Medicine being stripped of his license to practice medicine

The medical patients of California just caught a huge break:  In 30 days, Dr. Carmen Puliafito will no longer be allowed to practice medicine in the State of California.  The former Dean of the u$c Keck School of Medicine just had his license stripped by the Medical Board of California.  The agency’s main reason:  Puliafito’s “appalling lack of judgment.”

Puliafito is the trojan who was exposed by an L.A. Times investigation, which uncovered drug use including heroin and METH, and prostitution, as staples of his personal life.  Allegedly, he smoked meth just hours before seeing patients, and he gave hard drugs to hookers and to UNDERAGE users.  Some of this decadence with drug addicts and criminals occurred ON Southern Cal’s own campus.

OF COURSE, Puliafito is NOT TAKING FULL RESPONSIBILITY for his repugnant behavior, which is typical for trOJans.  According to the Board, he is still making bogus excuses, Continue Reading »


Lewis not on the loose any more — Trojan Wide Receiver Joseph Lewis gets arrested for domestic abuse AGAIN, just two weeks after getting released from jail

So much for rehabilitation.  I guess 21 days of incarceration wasn’t enough for trojan football player Joseph Lewis to learn his lesson.  Just 14 days after being turned loose from the Greybar Hotel, Lewis has been checked in again.  Apparently, Domestic Abusers Gonna Domestic Abuse.

Lewis was on PROBATION when this SECOND charge of Domestic Battery with an Injury was levied against him, so chances are good that his next stay in the pokey will be longer than three measly weeks.  His bail has been set at $100,000.  I’m sure some trojan booster can fork that over, since it is just chump change for those chumps.  That being said, they better start saving their money in order to pony up for the upcoming judgment against U$C for aiding and abetting the trojan gynecologist who abused hundreds of u$c students while the administration knew about it but turned a blind eye to it.  They may owe $500 million to the victims when Continue Reading »


You want some tries with that shake? —  This is my final collection of photos from the 2018 UCLA Spirit Squad (Dance Team) Try-outs, with a shout out to people who have persevered, auditioning more than once before making the team

The competition is fierce, and the feeling of rejection is devastating.  That is why I have immense respect for the people who have overcome that temporary dejection, and come back again to try out the following year(s).  It is heartwarming to know that at least one person has succeeded on their third attempt, inspiring everyone to stick to it, and never surrender.

That’s right:  Follow your dreams, and don’t quit.  This year there were several finalists that seemed (to me) quite worthy, and I hope they participate in the 2019 auditions.  The rewards are totally worth it.  I have spoken to dozens of Spirit Squad Alumni, and they ALL cherish their experience on the Squad.

So here are Continue Reading »


Afternoon Delight — Let the explosive holiday celebration continue, with these Sparklers from the UCLA Dance Team Auditions

I hope everyone had a fun, exciting, and SAFE 4th of July.  I hope none of you pulled a Nick Young and held onto a lit firework and have it explode in your hand like the ex-trojan did.  Because you’ll want you have all your fingers to navigate through these 59 photos Continue Reading »


Ball Protection — As foretold, Magic Johnson has succeeded in luring LeBron James to the Lakers and now has his sights set on Kawhi Leonard, but must not ransom the future by letting Lonzo Ball roll away

Ringtime for Lonzo… unless the Magic – Jeanie team rubs the wrong lamp and lets the Ball lad go (Ja)far away.  Last night, the Lakers signed Free Agent Supreme LeBron James to a 4-year, 154 million dollar contract.  It is being reported that Laker President of Basketball Operations Magic Johnson’s Saturday night meeting with James sealed the deal.  This coup makes Jeanie Buss’ Lakers instant Championship contenders, and could give Bruin Point Guard Lonzo Ball an opportunity to earn a Title in just his second year in The League, with the key word being “could.”

There is a chance that Lonzo could be used as trade bait in order to get LeBron a pre-existing all-star teammate.  Kawhi Leonard is reputed to be unhappy in San Antonio, seeking a trade to the Lakers.  The Lakers have a core of 4 young potential all-stars for whom San Antonio is allegedly clamoring.  It would be a travesty if the Lakers let Ball get away.  Some people think that LeBron needs the ball in his hands in order to run the Offense.  I think that is an insane theory.  With defenses keying on LeBron, what is really needed is a separate, True Point Guard with uncanny court vision, who can spread the ball around, create movement like that of the (current Champs) Golden State Warriors, and find LeBron in good position, or find the open men that LeBron will consistently create by drawing so much defensive attention. Continue Reading »


Everyone knows it’s Indy — The Indiana Pacers select UCLA’s Aaron Holiday in the 1st Round of the NBA Draft with the 23rd overall pick, giving them FOUR BRUINS on their roster;  The Denver Nuggets grab UCLA’s Thomas Welsh in the 2nd Round

When the best player in your franchise’s history came from UCLA, you have a tendency to try to recapture that thunder.  Perhaps that’s what’s going on in Indiana.  The Pacers, whose fans still consider Bruin Reggie Miller to be a local legend, used their 1st Round pick in the 2018 NBA Draft to scoop up UCLA’s Aaron Holiday.  Holiday, who was the 23rd overall pick, will back up fellow Bruin Darren Collison as the Indy Point Guard this coming season.  He also joins former Bruin teammates T.J. Leaf and Ike Anigbogu, both of whom were selected by Indiana in last year’s draft.  I don’t know if any NBA team has ever had 4 Bruins at once, but I doubt it.

I have been a Laker fan since they had Bruin Gail Goodrich (and Bruin Keith Erickson), except for when ex-trojan Nick Young infested the roster.  But they jettisoned that hot dog last year when they added Bruin Lonzo Ball, allowing me to return to the Purple & Gold brigade.  I will continue to pull for the Lakers, unless they give up Lonzo in their upcoming efforts to snag LeBron James, Paul George, and Kawhi Leonard.  I would “understand,” as that trio would make them instant contenders, but it would still be unwise to let Lonzo go, as he could still be Continue Reading »


Blue Day — Sean “The Professor” Wang was laid to rest today, and the Bruin World will never be the same

38 is way too young to die.  So it is extra sad that the World lost one of the Best Bruins ever this Spring, as Sean “The Professor” Wang succumbed to heart failure.  Sean was a die hard Bruin, a UCLA grad and a UCLA PhD, who founded “The Den” student section, and attended more UCLA Sports events than probably anyone else in history.  He was also a very proud and outspoken Democrat, who constantly enlightened the World with facts and pertinent information.

Sean is beloved by everyone who knew him, and remembered as highly intelligent, passionate, and compassionate.  He will be sorely missed.  Here are some photos from his life, and, from the Visitation and the funeral, both of which were open Continue Reading »


Jonesing for Chinese — Trojan Cornerback Jack Jones gets busted for two Felonies, for breaking into a Panda Express at 3:00 am

Ever crave Chinese food rally bad?  At 3am?  Or maybe you crave the money that you think is left overnight in the register drawers?  How stupid do you have to be, expecting something good to happen by breaking into a Panda Express at three in the morning?  You don’t have to be stupid, you just have to be a trojan.

On Friday morning, former u$c Football player Jack Jones was arrested on two felony counts for breaking into a Panda Express at 3 am, along with 2 of his football buddies.  What was he looking for, the secret recipe to Walnut Shrimp?  Was he just super hungry?  Were they going to take kitchen equipment and try to fence it?  Were they going to pilfer cases of frozen egg rolls?  Were they looking for that collecter’s item McNugget Mulan Sauce that was going for thousands on eBay?  If so, they were at the wrong fast food chain.  Or, could they really have been dense enough to think there would be accessible cash?  Don’t they know that the registers are emptied at closing?  Did they bring a safe cracker with them?  Idiots.

Even before this criminal debacle, it was well known that Jack Jones was no brain surgeon.  Maybe a candidate for brain surgery, but definitely not a rocket scientist.  Despite usc’s infamously undemanding academic standards for its football players, Jones was flunking out.  He took time off from football to try to raise his grades to the minimum standard for passing, but couldn’t get it done.  So he was suspended from the team, and planning to go to Junior College (a different Junior College, that is), to get his grades up.  Then he was banking on a triumphant return to troy.  Nice plan, ruined by Moo Goo Gai Pan.

And even before Jones showed his lack of smarts in the classroom, Continue Reading »


The Final Word — UCLA has two Starters in Game 1 of the NBA Finals, and both of them make valuable contributions (unlike the one trojan benchwarmer), and this news comes on the heels of the GODSEND announcement that all three Bruins entered in the NBA Draft are withdrawing from the Draft and returning to UCLA next year, making the Bruins instant contenders

The heavily-favored Golden State Warriors, playing at Home in Game 1 of the NBA Championship, needed a little divine intervention to escape with a victory.  With 5 seconds left in regulation and the score tied, George Hill of the Cleveland Cavaliers missed a potentially game-winning Free Throw, and then his teammate J. R. Smith got the Offensive Rebound, but, thinking the Cavs had the lead, dribbled the ball out to half court and let time expire.  Gifted a second life, the Warriors dominated the Overtime period to take Game 1 124-114.  So Golden State dramatically under-performed, and thanks to a choke from the line and a bonehead mistake, were able to retain home court advantage in the series.

That’s good news for UCLA’s Kevon Looney, who started for the Warriors, and played well, making several key plays including a nifty completion of an alley-oop, on his way to 8 Points, 4 Rebounds, and a Steal in 25 minutes of action.  Looney, who was a Star one-and-done for the Bruins, is getting the starting gig and starter’s playing time in part due to an injury to teammate Andre Igoudala, and in Game 1, he made the most of it, EARNING those minutes.  Another Warrior is ex-trojan Nick Young, who got 10 minutes off the bench, in which he was worthless.  He went 1-for-4 for only 2 Points, missed both of his three-pointers, and he added 0 Assists, 0 Rebounds, 0 Steals, 0 Blocks.  And, he scored 0 Points in the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th quarters and Overtime.

For Cleveland, Bruin Kevin Love returned from a concussion to Start, and he began strong, scoring 9 in the first quarter, but his perimeter shot was still off.  Love went only 1-for-8 from Downtown, but like all great NBA All-Stars, Kevin found different ways to heavily impact the game and help his team compete.  Love ended with 21 Points and 13 Rebounds, Continue Reading »


Appealing, not appalling — While across town at u$c something appalling comes out every day, let’s stick to appealing UCLA Cheer pics to celebrate the Holiday Weekend

This website has two goals:  1) To illuminate the heinous, corrupt culture that the University of Southern California breeds and thrives on, and 2) To celebrate the superiority of UCLA, including the beauty and grace of the UCLA Spirit Squad.  However, when the trojans are perpetrating such repugnant behavior, I cringe at the thought of accompanying an article about it with photos of the Bruins.

Right now, u$c is embroiled in a SCandal that is so reprehensible, I cannot merge my two goals in one article.  With u$c COVERING UP the sexual abuse of 385 innocent coeds, there is no way to share my Cheerleader Try-out pics in an article like that.  So with the President of u$c finally exiled (see the separate articles below), I can finally dedicate a post to the Bruin girls who deserve the recognition.

So please enjoy these 35 photos from the UCLA Cheer Squad Auditions.  I hope they Continue Reading »


Tar and Nikias — It took 500 angry Professors, 4,000 irate students, and most importantly, 21 lawsuits, but U$C President C.L. Max Nikias has finally been asked to step down from his post in disgrace, amid a SCandal that might cost the University hundreds of millions of dollars

Max Powerless.  The fish stinks from the head, and the head of the stinking University of Southern California has finally been chopped off.  Because the trojan illuminati don’t care about the students, it took a SCandal that will likely cost the school millions and millions of dollars before they could agree to oust the now-former President C.L. Max Nikias.

385 coeds called a hotline to testify that the school’s gynecologist basically molested them, but that wasn’t enough for the trojan machine to make a regime change.  Neither was the sex and drugs SCandal that occurred last year with their Dean of Medicine.  Neither was the apparent cover-up of these SCandals overseen by Nikias.  And of course, neither was all the cheating and corruption in the Athletic Department, like Continue Reading »

Copyright © 2007 All photos and stories herein are sole property of
Any commercial re-use without express written permission is strictly prohibited, and will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.