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Roundup: Ferguson Protests Continue, Second Angle of Tony Stewart Video Emerges, "Let's Be Cops" Review

genevieve-mortonGenevieve Morton … here’s a bad review for Let’s Be Cops … N.W.A. biopic postponed following a drive-by shooting … feral cats take over WalMart parking lot … Seth Rogen and James Franco’s “The Interview” being digitally altered … 76-year old brothers in bathrobes arrested on child porn charges … The Academy’s inappropriate goodbye to Robin Williams … Americans being held in Bali after a woman’s mother’s body is found in luggage … airplanes with screens instead of windowsDavid Simon on Robin Williams … is there a link between genius and mental illness … Texas landowners have a moral dilemma as illegal immigrants die on their property … Michael Cera released an album … running more than 4 miles a day is bad for you?

Protests continued in Ferguson, Missouri on Wednesday night with police shooting rubber bullets and tear gas. [LA Times]

WaPo’s Wesley Lowery gives his account of his arrest in Ferguson. [Washington Post]

A second angle of Tony Stewart hitting Kevin Ward Jr. has surfaced, but has not been made public. [Sporting News]

Steph Curry is open to the idea of playing in Charlotte. In the future. [Inside Bay Area]

Two childhood friends – one becomes a Pirates pitcher and the other a handicapper – end up in a game-fixing investigation. [Sports Illustrated]

Minor league player suffers concussion in outfield collision. [NECN]

Vernic Mark is leaving Northwestern. [Chicago Tribune]

NASCAR driver Tim Richmond passed away 25 years ago yesterday. [FOX Sports]

An interview with Edward Snowden. [WIRED]

Best friends with down syndrome named captains of the football team. [WFAA]

The UFC has a new Latin American octagon girl. [Cage Potato]

“Ken Tremendous” was once on an episode of The O.C. [Warming Glow]

Mickey Rourke’s hair is… insane.

NHL players playing rugby.

This is (supposedly) a younger, less hardcore version of Iggy Azalea.

Small woman chokes out big guy with one arm.

The League returns soon. To celebrate, Jon Lajoie released a music video for a song about Eskimo Brothers.

Keifer Sykes, a 6’0 senior at Wisconsin Greenbay, put down a nice windmill alley-oop in front of Chris Paul.

Georgia wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell is in a book club. This is a really cool story.

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