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(What Passes for Life is SWRT's collection of sports and non sports related links and hi-jinks.)

Don't you think this Blackhawk hockey love is getting out of hand? The latest statue in Chicago to be defaced to show love for the Chicago Blackhawks is the Chicago Picasso statue. This trend may be the worst thing to happen to statues since the Taliban blew up those two giant Buddhas. (Deadspin)

Shocking celebrity split-up of the day.
Heidi Montag and the appropriately named Spencer Pratt are breaking up. Less notable celebrities Al and Tipper Gore are separating also.(Reality TV World, Yahoo! News)

Larry King to interview LeBron James.
Don't expect to hear any major revelations about where LeBron will be playing next year. Or talk about that rumor about Delonte West and his mom. Or anything really newsworthy. (Sportress of Blogitude)

Denver's quarterbacks aren't on the trading block. Because Josh McDaniels says so. Not that anybody believes him or anything. (USA Today)

Speaking of Larry King. Is it just me, or is King starting to look like the Mother-in-Law on Dinosaurs?



Heisman Trophy odds. Las Vegas claims the top three players in the running for the Heisman are last year's winner Mark Ingram (Alabama), Terrelle Pryor (Ohio State), and Ryan Mallett (Arkansas). Surprisingly, Jake Locker (Washington) is ninth. (Tomahawk Nation)

When sexy celebrities date ugly people. Self-explanatory. (UPROXX Just be warned, there might be a NSFW image or two there.)

The sad state of the newspaper. Blogger bemoans the fact that The New York Times used a wire story to report on the Indianapolis 500 instead of one of their own reporters. (The NYTPicker)

Quote of the Day. "Nobody does bad better than Zook, who can turn lemons into lemonade, and then turn that same lemonade back into lemons." - Paul Myerberg on the Illinois head coach. (Pre-Snap Lead, via EDSBS)


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(What Passes for Life is SWRT's collection of sports and non sports related links and hi-jinks.)

Don't you think this Blackhawk hockey love is getting out of hand? The latest statue in Chicago to be defaced to show love for the Chicago Blackhawks is the Chicago Picasso statue. This trend may be the worst thing to happen to statues since the Taliban blew up those two giant Buddhas. (Deadspin)

Shocking celebrity split-up of the day.
Heidi Montag and the appropriately named Spencer Pratt are breaking up. Less notable celebrities Al and Tipper Gore are separating also.(Reality TV World, Yahoo! News)

Larry King to interview LeBron James.
Don't expect to hear any major revelations about where LeBron will be playing next year. Or talk about that rumor about Delonte West and his mom. Or anything really newsworthy. (Sportress of Blogitude)

Denver's quarterbacks aren't on the trading block. Because Josh McDaniels says so. Not that anybody believes him or anything. (USA Today)

Speaking of Larry King. Is it just me, or is King starting to look like the Mother-in-Law on Dinosaurs?



Heisman Trophy odds. Las Vegas claims the top three players in the running for the Heisman are last year's winner Mark Ingram (Alabama), Terrelle Pryor (Ohio State), and Ryan Mallett (Arkansas). Surprisingly, Jake Locker (Washington) is ninth. (Tomahawk Nation)

When sexy celebrities date ugly people. Self-explanatory. (UPROXX Just be warned, there might be a NSFW image or two there.)

The sad state of the newspaper. Blogger bemoans the fact that The New York Times used a wire story to report on the Indianapolis 500 instead of one of their own reporters. (The NYTPicker)

Quote of the Day. "Nobody does bad better than Zook, who can turn lemons into lemonade, and then turn that same lemonade back into lemons." - Paul Myerberg on the Illinois head coach. (Pre-Snap Lead, via EDSBS)



Posted originally: 2010-06-01 14:47:00
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