Katrina Bowden … surfer fights off 10-foot shark … clothing placebos basically … SUV crashes into convenience store … passive-aggressive roommate notes … calories from added sugars are bad for you … team LC … tremendous mugshot … pretend you’re hacking … awesome pictures … 1000 words on Dickie Bennett’s hair… iSpontanious Combustion … only in Austin, Texas … pirate ship for sale … no wonder Game of Thrones is TV-MA …
The Houston Astrodome is still standing. They’re really slacking on the up-keep. [Houston Press]
High school pitching prospect Stephen Gant found dead of apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. [Jackson Sun]
The Masters has begun. It’s wide-open this year. We’ll have our preview later this morning. [Augusta Chronicle]
The Oral History of Friends. [Vanity Fair]
Brittney Griner has started thinking about a follow-up to the first ever 40-win season. [Washington Post]
People are slowly, but surely, dropping cable for a combination of other services. [EW]
BlackBerry is giving up on the consumer market. *fist bumps Mike NYC* [MSNBC]
Woman offers sex to undercover officer in exchange for two double cheeseburgers off the value menu. Guess the state… [NBC BLANK]
Of course John Daly parked his RV outside Hooters. [Larry Brown Sports]
A 68-year-old Marine was killed by the police who came to help him. [NYDN]
Spend some time getting to know Samantha Brick. I’m convinced she is part of a Truman Show-esque prank because that’s the only reason she would be under the impression she was that hot. [Daily Mail, Telegraph]
Paul Rudd saved fantasy baseball. [Midwest Bias]
The Marlins lost last night, but at least catcher John Buck had a sweet new helmet. [The Fish Pond]
Opening Day without the old man. [desipio]
This is my favorite video of the week. Why didn’t someone send this to me a year ago?
Scarlett Johansson as The Black Widow from the Avengers movie.
I assume Google’s objective with this “project glass” video is to make me hate myself and everyone else who lives in a city and owns a smartphone.
Jim Henson made a short film for The Bell System in 1963.
Skateboarding’s first 1080. Pulled off by a 12-year-old. Even Tony Hawk is impressed. [USA Today]
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