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Johnny Rivers truly deserves to be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He recorded some of the best singles by an American artist in the Sixties, which included "Midnight Special,""Secret Agent Man," "Seventh Son," and the number one hit "Poor Side of Town." He also founded Soul City Records, and produced the 5th Dimension hits "Go Where You Wanna Go" and "Up-Up and Away."


Orlando Magic sweep Atlanta Hawks. Hawks start summer vacation. Joe Johnson and coach Mike Woodson might be taking a permanent vacation from the Hawks. Johnson's a little more voluntary than Woodson's (Yahoo! Sports)


Quick, call George Noory! The dirty commies at the Wolverine Liberation Front have uncovered a vast conspiracy that tears at the heart of Michigan. That or they're having a little too much fun with Photoshop. (Wolverine Liberation Army)

Iron Man 3 already on the schedule for summer of 2013. Forget that. I want a Black Widow movie starring Scarlett Johansson NOW!


(Obviously, IM2 rocks. Make sure you say past the credits.)
(The Outhouse)

Eric Byrnes, look at your future, ye Major Leaguer and despair. The sadness that Eric Byrnes can look forward to as an recreational softball player now that his career as a Major Leaguer is over.


Oh well, at least the shirt and socks match. (JoeSportsFan.com)

Does the Big 10 really want these guys? Despite all the speculation that the Big 10 wants Rutgers as a member school, you have to wonder if its more to the proximity to New York City than to any real desire to have the Scarlet Knights at the party. Especially with fans like this.



I doubt either the Big 10 or Savon Huggins would want any part of this. Better hope Notre Dame changes their minds. (SB Nation)


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Johnny Rivers truly deserves to be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He recorded some of the best singles by an American artist in the Sixties, which included "Midnight Special,""Secret Agent Man," "Seventh Son," and the number one hit "Poor Side of Town." He also founded Soul City Records, and produced the 5th Dimension hits "Go Where You Wanna Go" and "Up-Up and Away."


Orlando Magic sweep Atlanta Hawks. Hawks start summer vacation. Joe Johnson and coach Mike Woodson might be taking a permanent vacation from the Hawks. Johnson's a little more voluntary than Woodson's (Yahoo! Sports)


Quick, call George Noory! The dirty commies at the Wolverine Liberation Front have uncovered a vast conspiracy that tears at the heart of Michigan. That or they're having a little too much fun with Photoshop. (Wolverine Liberation Army)

Iron Man 3 already on the schedule for summer of 2013. Forget that. I want a Black Widow movie starring Scarlett Johansson NOW!


(Obviously, IM2 rocks. Make sure you say past the credits.)
(The Outhouse)

Eric Byrnes, look at your future, ye Major Leaguer and despair. The sadness that Eric Byrnes can look forward to as an recreational softball player now that his career as a Major Leaguer is over.


Oh well, at least the shirt and socks match. (JoeSportsFan.com)

Does the Big 10 really want these guys? Despite all the speculation that the Big 10 wants Rutgers as a member school, you have to wonder if its more to the proximity to New York City than to any real desire to have the Scarlet Knights at the party. Especially with fans like this.



I doubt either the Big 10 or Savon Huggins would want any part of this. Better hope Notre Dame changes their minds. (SB Nation)



Posted originally: 2010-05-10 23:31:00
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