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Louis Reinholt, 100, had the nerve to show up to Wrigley Field 15 minutes late. Hey, get a watch you don’t have to wind! …
Paulina Gretzky gyrating with golf club. Sketchy photographer guy. Gratuitous Kid Rock. See it all after the jump.
This sign on top of cabs promoting the Gay Games in August has prompted some Cleveland cabbies to walk off in protest pic.twitter.com/yJoFfm1NR9
— gary washburn (@GwashburnGlobe) April 12, 2014
This signage seems rather innocuous and reasonable to me. But then, I’m sane.
Congrats to the people's champion, Bubba Watson. Gerry Lester Watson Jr. is a 2-time major winner. pic.twitter.com/NHKmpiWVUA
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) April 13, 2014
Really, ESPN? Are we talking about the same Bubba Watson, who thinks that being gay is wrong and a sin? Would you say the same about an NFL or NBA player who had made such a comment?
Some players being cool with a weird substance on the pitcher’s hand doesn’t mean we should change the league’s drug policy. But it’s strange that this form of cheating gets a pass, while other forms mean season-long bans and scorn.
Big controversy in Saskatchewan, as local Native American tribe objects to Minor Hockey League logo depiction.
The Twitter rumor that Rob Ford was thrown out of the Maple Leafs game on Saturday night for being drunk wasn’t true. But he did have a spat with security, and almost got thrown out. That’s something, right?
Rex Chapman was all blue on Saturday as the NCAA Tournament became, for a couple of hours, like a frat house party with Bluto and D-Day calling the action.
Larry Sanders wants everyone to know that he believes in marijuana and he regularly studies it, but he totally only uses it for medical purposes.