Roundup: The Oral History of Wonder Years, Watch Commuters Push Train to Free Trapped Man & Michigan's Greatest Rave Ever

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The oral history of the Wonder Years. Probably one of my 15 favorite shows of all-time. [Paste Magazine]

Carolina message board finds that UNC critic Mary Willingham plagiarized her thesis. [News & Observer]

Dr. James Andrews says young athletes should STOP specialization and professionalism. Less year-round activity. [Cleveland.com]

A cop tells you why you should fight all speeding fines. [The Free Thought Project]

Spurs hire Becky Hammon as an assistant coach. [Express-News]

Chris Bosh now has a line of ties out: Mr. Nice Tie. [NYT]

Jim Nantz and Phil Simms likely will break the NFL record for most games announced in a season. [Classic TV Sports]

“A former employee is suing the Trail Blazers, charging that she was passed over for a promotion because of discrimination, then fired when she complained about it.” [Oregonian]

Guy who took the photo of the Michigan State sign that contained a spelling error, regrets his tweet. [I Sports Web]

Why is New York City no longer the mecca when it comes to producing elite basketball players? [Grantland]

Interesting read on reporters struggling to separate “reporting” from “personal feelings.” [NY Daily News]

Busted: “During the Federal Bureau of Investigation raid, a woman working on a laptop was ordered to put her hands up. She raised one hand and continued typing on a betting website with the other, according to a criminal complaint filed by the U.S.” [Bloomberg]

Struggling with this pinata, the kid just starts throwing punches. [via Herbie]

Michigan man threw a rave, and it’s being called one of the best parties in State history. “There’s always a coming home party.” He also uses the word “spaz” during the interview.

Very cool: How playing an instrument benefits your brain.

Giant beer pong with actress Nina Dobrev.

Commuters push train, help free man whose leg was stuck.

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