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Roundup: Obama Tries To Revive Middle East Peace Process, Seth McFarlane Dumped The Khaleesi, Columnist Wants To Tear Down Wrigley's Scoreboard

Emilia Clarke, who was just dumped by Seth McFarlane … Obama tries to revive Middle East peace process… 300 injured in multi-car pileup near Edmonton … USC student died in Cabo … Foreign object stuck in vagina memoirs … The Iraq War’s influence on Russian foreign policy … Global Warming has been good for archaeologists … Academic papers about 90s TV shows … Octomom being investigated for welfare fraudInnocent man convicted of killing rabbi freed … The New Yorker rejected a story already published in The New Yorker

Former college basketball players recall how it felt to upset Duke in the NCAA Tournament. [Slate]

Thou shalt not get access to Tebow. [Romenesko]

Apple has patent for an iPhone that recognizes it is falling mid-flight and shifts to protect screen. Customers aged 18-34 (myself included) rejoice. [Apple Insider]

A day spent with ESPN’s NCAA Tournament analysts. Spoiler: Digger’s highlighters are not just for flourish. [Hartford Courant]

Florida communities are worried upstart Arizonan towns will steal Spring Training teams. [NPR]

Escort charged with attempted second degree murder after biting penis. [ClickOrlando]

Sleeved basketball uniforms may be the unsightly future. [New Republic]

Bad lip reading: NBA Edition. [Bro Bible]

Chicago columnist wants Wrigley scoreboard to be torn down. Troll baby troll. [Chicago Tribune]

A 90-year-old Pennsylvania man was arrested for punching a police officer. [CBS Philly]

Here’s what Marshall Henderson was like in high school. [Star Telegram]

Not swearing during a sports broadcast is harder than you fucking think. Dan Dakich struggles. [WSJ]

Tampa Bay thinks Fernando Rodney got overworked in Bud Selig’s World Baseball Classic. [TB Times]

Next local news Internet meme?

Four minutes of Gary Oldman losing it.

Freakishly large Pee Wee running back trucks much smaller tackler.

The Drugs Don’t Work…

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