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Sure, Jeremy Lin really wanted to play for the New York Knicks, because of the fans and stuff. But did he sign that big ol’ contract with the Houston Rockets because he knew he’d save an extra $3 million on top of it? Probably not, but it’s something to add in the “Pros” column, at least.
“That’s a clown question, bro,” Bryce Harper’s bro-tastic response to a reporter’s ill-advised question after a Nationals win, has taken the world by storm. It was all over the Twitterverse from the get-go, but its reach has inevitably entered the mainstream. The latest clown questionee? Septuagenarian U.S. Senator Harry Reid.
The Senate Majority Leader received an immigration question he didn’t like at a press conference, and he let it be known. His straight face and slow intonation, a stark contrast to Bryce’s quick, angry response, was genius. [Washington Post]