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While you learn that it's not good to be Wesley Snipes right now...

See a nine minute clip of what Albert Puljos does best. Lie about his age Hitting home runs. [The Postmen]

In the shadows of the huge Miami/FIU rumble, there was actually another fight at a college football game. If you can call it a fight when Dartmouth and Holy Cross get together. It looked more like they met at midfield for a prayer except that you could hear the 4 or 5 people booing in the whole stadium. [The Big Picture]

Yeah good luck trying to get a ticket to a World Series game in Detriot. It makes it harder when scalpers seem to have them all. [Sweaty Men Endeavors]

People search for the strangest things on Google and it takes them to an even stranger place. But hey at least it's better searching for "what sushi looks like after being left out for 30 days" and your sports blog shows up.[Sports Blah]

Are the St. Louis Cardinals the worst World Series team ever? That's like finishing last in med school. You're still a damn doctor that has total control over whether I live or die. [Dan Shanoff]

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