Kara Del Toro, a model of some renown… some Louisville police officers were refused service at Taco Bell … “105-Year-Old Woman Requests Hunky Firefighters for Birthday Party” … awesome dog walks into Minnesota town daily to say hi to people … “With Moderate Drinking Under Fire, Alcohol Companies Go on Offensive” … fun piece on how to pass a CIA background check … “The curious case of sports writers who switch to wine” … did you know Art Buchwald wrote the movie that became Coming to America, sued Paramount – which stole his idea – and won? … “Meet Monero, the Currency Dark Net Dealers Hope Is More Anonymous Than Bitcoin” …
Tim Tebow will “take batting practice against more advanced pitchers who will not tell him what is coming and will be trying to get him out.” [NY Post]
Wait, millennials did watch the Olympics, just not in the traditional way? Oh. [WSJ]
New song for the Minnesota Wild when they score? Prince’s “Let’s Go Crazy.” [Rolling Stone]
Trying to find good character players in the NFL Draft remains a crapshoot. Why aren’t teams doing more to try? [ESPN]
Dwight Gooden, looking scary skinny, says he’s doing fine, but doesn’t deny he’s using cocaine. [NYDN]
You’ve got to wear a flame-retardant suit to read this piece about Notre Dame football arrests. [Breitbart]
The highest paid strength coach in the country is at Iowa. Chris Doyle makes $595,000 a year. [USA Today Sports]
Loved this read on the “Yoda” of the NBA salary cap. [OC Register]
These dumb thieves tried to rob a cell phone story and got locked in it. A crowd forms outside and starts laughing.
I like Russell Wilson a lot, but this North Carolina wedding story feels kinda strange.
Why did he keep holding on to the rooster?
Watch this zebra kick a warthog in the head.
Jamal Crawford scored 44 points, here’s a sizzle reel of him going off in a summer league game.