- "Roger Goodell" Stop kicking Mike Vick when he's down. The man did 14 months in a real, salad-tossing prison. And he lost $150 million and God-knows-how-much in future endorsement cash. For some dogs. And it wasn't like it was the ones killing the dogs, he just was dumb enough to finance and house it. Now I like dogs as much as the next man - aka "slightly" - and I acknowledge that Vick committed a crime, but he served his time. Let the man move on and try to rebuild his life.
- "M&Ms" A British lab study on rats found that high doses of the dye in blue M&Ms can "mend spinal injuries". This isn't a joke. Let it also be known that the side effects include having your skin turn blue. Question of the day: Would you rather have a damaged spine, or look like a Smurf for the rest of your life?
This is probably the coolest thing I've ever seen on a golf course. And it's real too, not a commercial.
- "Scholars" The esteemed Virginia Tech Institute delivered some groundbreaking news today after a painstakingly difficult study. They've proven that texting while driving is more dangerous than talking while driving. I know, I know, shocking. Their next endeavor is reportedly determining whether crocheting while driving is more dangerous than talking while driving.