Roundup: Grand Theft Auto V Gameplay Trailer, SWAT Teams Policing Sports Gambling, Kliff Kingsbury is Not Just a Pretty Face

Esquire Summer PartyMollie King… Barack Obama is a liar … Phone companies profiting from government surveillance How to win in Washington … Athletes have a rough time on Twitter … Qatar will spend $200 billion on World Cup … Massive hunger strike in California prisonsMob family indicted … Nigeria may have a match-fixing issue … Jay-Z bings things on his HP computer and Samsung Galaxy … DC Happy Hours: The Complete ListBank regulations … Messi accused of defrauding American CitizensLemonade stands teach you nothing … An iceberg eight times the size of Manhattan

Aaron Hernandez: Manager at “The Swamp” asked for battery charges to be dropped, possibly reached a settlement [Gainesville Sun]

The “c*nt punt” girl now has a relationship advice column. [Bro Bible]

Kliff Kingsbury is not just a pretty face and a fashion plate. [SI]

SWAT teams are now being used to police sports gambling, underage drinking and, yes, barbering without a license. Viva totalitarianism. [Salon]

A Florida man was not masturbating in front of teens on a beach. He claims his pants fell down. [WPBF]

Jason Whitlock calls Jay-Z “the king of black-denigration music,” is not happy about him getting into sports agency. [Fox Sports]

Teddy Bridgewater visited fan in hospital, after being contacted on Twitter. Now, please don’t flood him with asinine requests and ruin a good thing. [WDRB]

Girlfriend of Bob Stoops thief tried to break him out of jail. [SoonerNation]

Young OSU fan beats cancer, which he named “Michigan.” [NBC4i]

The EDA destroyed $170,000 worth of computer hardware to get rid of a benign computer virus. Your tax dollars at work. [Ars Technica]

Yasiel Puig snubbed Luis Gonzalez in the clubhouse. Let the corrective backlash begin. [USA Today]

Jeff Driskel signed with Red Sox, still plans to play for Florida.  [Eye On CFB]

Twenty-pound lobster caught off Cape Cod. No word on pot size or amount of butter required. [CBSBoston]

Andy Murray was poked in the eye outside a London restaurant. [Telegraph]

Grand Theft Auto V, anyone?

We have not been to the opera in Italy. This, apparently, is what it feels like…

“Get Lucky:” The Sesame Street Version

Somebody to Love

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