Roundup: Sportswriter Accused of Keying Car, Online Dating Tips & Teen Sells Kidney to Buy Ipad 2

Olivia Munn … “Russian who buried himself alive dies by mistake” … she survived the Tuscaloosa torando and the Joplin one … sounds like tax dollars being well-spent ... I like Taco Bell and I enjoyed reading this … here’s a jarring headline … TV sports reporter charged with DUI … teacher turns herself into police for allegedly having sex with student … Rolling Stone claims these are the 500 greatest songs of all-timehigh school fights are now posted on YouTube? … Scarlet’s single again … don’t read this if you’re eating breakfast … “extra meat” …

If the price of Jonas Valanciunas’ buyout has gone up, forget about him getting drafted this year. [Real GM]

Denver Post sportswriter accused to keying someone’s brand new truck. [Denver Channel]

Is SEC basketball headed toward one big conference instead of two silly divisions? [Knox News]

And is that going to help the SEC when it comes to the NCAA tournament? [Rush the Court]

This is the guy who keeps the Stanley Cup. [Nick on Sports]

Jay Mariotti’s next court date: June 28. [Mediabistro]

Online dating tips! [LA Times]

Former Rutgers QB Mike Teel is taking his talents to the UFL. [Bergen Record]

Report: Teenager in China sells a kidney to buy an Ipad 2. [Telegraph]

Aimee Teegarden was in a bikini in Men’s Health.

Sad: Woman faints as subway approaches, falls on the tracks and is “cut in half.” [Gothamist]

So, Bradley Cooper is fluent in French?

Shit, sorry! [via Guyism]

I’m surprised this pharmacist was found guilty. Yes, this kid was unarmed, but his partner was packing heat. [WSJ]

Probably the craziest bomb-related video I’ve ever seen. He did not die, but lost his hands.

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