Roundup: NCAA Hypocrisy, Obama Reelection Sparking Gun Sales, Stanley Kubrick as a Photojournalist

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No one points out NCAA hypocrisy quite like Dan Wetzel. [Yahoo!]

Newspapers lose $7 in print ads for every $1 they gain online. Yikes. [Journalism.Org]

The A’s don’t have much leverage in stare down with Giants. [Mercury News]

Baron Davis discusses being heckled by Donald Sterling. [ProBasketballTalk]

ESPN headline writers have infiltrated Disney. [Gawker]

The 20 Dumbest John Madden Quotes. [The Honolulu Blue]

Drunk driver high-fives cop who pulled him over. [Daily Mail]

Man sues Baptist church, claiming his years as evangelist ruined chance to play for Man U. [Guardian]

Before and after pictures of the Japanese Tsunami. [MSNBC]

Why locker room twitpics are seldom a good idea. [Kickette]

Lamar Odom is having a rough time in Dallas, beyond the sex swing. [FOX Sports]

Indiana Jones’ tenure application was denied. [McSweeney’s]

Stanley Kubrick was quite the photojournalist, before he grew up and did something with his life. [Retronaut]

A mother in Indiana lost her legs saving her children from a tornado. [Courier Journal]

Robert Mancini gets mistaken for Mario Balotelli. Understandable. All Italians look alike.

They took this surprisingly calmly.

Steph Curry hangs out with some kids on his off day.

The Kinks…

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