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Rangers pitcher Derek Holland doesn’t take himself overly seriously. The first sign: his mustache. The second: his willingness to do impressions during an in-game interview during his team’s biggest game of the season. See those impressions after the jump.
Up until his death in 2006, Saparmurat Niyazov ruled the nation of Turkmenistan as he pleased. And “as he pleased” pretty much consisted of making the country one giant monument to himself. He called himself – and made sure everyone else referred to him as – Turkmenbashi, a.k.a. “Head of all Turkmen.” (He also gave some of his cities that name, as well as – we’re not kidding here – the month of January.) Why are we writing about this guy? Well, we think a prominent former American politician might be channeling his spirit.
There was one segment in the 1977 bodybuilding docudrama Pumping Iron that, in light of recent events, speaks volumes.
It appears that Brad Pitt is a bit of a soccer fan, and he’s now signed up to help bring the World Cup back to America. Pitt announced Wednesday that he accepted an invitation to join several other big names on the official committee that is attempting to secure the United States as the host for the 2018 or 2022 World Cups.