Victoria Justice … Florida school board wants a dress code for parents … angry passenger wielded Toblerone bar like a sword … man with face covered in tattoos produces scary mugshot … better music: Gen X or Gen Y? … man talks about surviving last week’s Mount Everest avalanche … three sisters, all over 100-years old, reunited … X-Men director Bryan Singer accused of sexually assaulting underage boy … after BP manager heard about oil spill, he quickly dumped stock … if you play the market: Biotech? … “Female insect uses spiky penis to take charge” … alleged urination results in 38 million gallons of water being flushed … homeless man arrested in Walgreens while eating Wendy’s with his pants down and genitals exposed … college student falls to death after eating pot cookie in Denver … after 70 years of marriage, wife dies at 92, hours later her husband dies … boy hitchhikes from California to Hawaii in plane’s landing gear, survives …
If you went to bed early: Portland 122, Houston 120 in overtime. The Rocket not only lost the game, but lost homecourt advantage, too. [Oregonian]
The haunted hotel in Oklahoma City that frightens opponents of the Thunder. [Times]
Jets fans should check out these Chris Johnson estimates given history. [Football Perspective]
What is it like to hang out with the Paparazzi, chasing celebrities? [Rolling Stone]
Ranking the SEC QBs for 2014 and I’m a bit surprised that Jacob Coker of Alabama is so low. [Athlon Sports]
Quadruple amputee excelling in high school soccer. [Thrive Sports]
“When losers didn’t pay up, Welch used a web of enforcers to threaten violence, including one man he compared to Hanibal Lecter “he will eat your face off,” according to the affidavit.” [News-Press]
America’s funniest city is … Chicago? [NYT]
Assuming his health holds, 100-year old will deliver game ball to umpires during Cubs game on July 8th. [Tribune]
Cal-State Fullerton baseball coach put on administrative leave as school reviews “allegations.” [NCAA.org]
High school senior suspended for asking Miss America to prom during Q&A. [York Dispatch]
Craig Sager’s son interviewed Gregg Popovich during the Spurs-Mavs game Sunday. Pop’s message is heartwarming.
Moose challenges two guys on snowmobiles. The gun makes an appearances at the 2-minute mark.
RIP Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter. As a young kid, I first heard Dylan’s song about him in Dazed and Confused. [NYT]
Feels like a SNL skit because just as they say begin to talk about train safety, the Senator leans toward the tracks and …