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Roundup: Michigan 60-59 Michigan State, SOPA Protests, Rick Perry Pisses Off The Turks, Los Angeles Passes Condom in Porn Ordinance

Salma Hayek, the nexus where men’s and women’s taste in women meet. Sites are shutting down to protest SOPA. Sadly Awesomely, we will remain open for business today. Here’s a simple breakdown of why SOPA is bad news. Los Angeles puts the porn industry under wraps. The downside of Facebook’s suggested friends feature. Jerry Yang left Yahoo! Rick Perry claimed NATO ally Turkey is ruled by “Islamic Terrorists.” He would’ve been a fun president. Ghostwriter is coming out on DVD. When ego runs amok. Here’s one thing the Kardashian family won’t do for money.

Michigan upset MSU 60-59 in Ann Arbor. [Freep]

This should scare you off ever getting a motorcycle. Ouch. [Daily Mail]

Using Martin Luther King on a strip club flyer? A bold move. [NewTimes]

Hard to get a 6th year if you’re not a high-profile white quarterback. [ATLEagle]

Pinkberry Founder Beats Up Homeless Man With Tire Iron. Sounds like a swell guy. [LATimes]

If you’re going to get popped for DUI, you might as well enjoy it. Epic mugshot.  [Chicago Tribune]

Jae Crowder almost got stuck in Junior College. [BIAH]

Saab is liquidating every car from The Saab museum. [Jalopnik]

UAB Cheerleaders on Spring Break? UAB Cheerleaders on Spring Break. [College Cheerleader Heaven]

Wife throws boiling water on husband, breaks his gold tooth and uses the old “I’m gonna burn yo (buttocks) threat. Wonder what state?… [Off the Beat]

Is Blake Griffin off to a rough start? [The Chase Down Block]

Michigan dismisses Darryl Stonum from football team. [WolverineNation]

The Ten Most Hated Companies in America. Somehow, no Time Warner or Comcast. [247 Wall St.]

FSU Student takes a sober ride on the drunk bus. [FSUNews]

Bill O’Reilly knows his late 1980’s rap.

John Terry visits a school, not to pick up chicks. Takes a shot to the nuts at 1:49.

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