Hot Clicks: Stephen Garcia injures fingers giving peace sign; Arianny Celeste
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It's nice to come back from a few days off with one of the most ridiculous stories you'll ever read. Former South Carolina quarterback Stephen Garcia, who is now on the roster for the Montreal Alouettes of the CFL, reportedly injured two fingers while giving a peace sign.
UPDATE: Disregard this entire story. It is fake.
Source: You Are Reading Hot ClicksI got into a little Twitter brouhaha Tuesday night when I criticized ESPN's Chris Broussard for pulling a classic ESPN stunt and trying to make people believe someone from his network broke a story that had already been broken when Deron Williams tweeted that he had re-signed with the Nets. For a full recap of Broussard's antics, I strongly suggest you read this and this.
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Kelly Brook :: Nick Harvey/WireImageUFC ring girls Brittany Palmer and Arianny Celeste just did this exclusive photo shoot for TheChive.com. (Thanks to Thomas, of Columbus, Ohio, for the link.)
E-Mail Of The DayBrian Feinberg, of Lafayette, Calif., says, "Can you throw a poll out to end a feud between me and my good/former friend Kevin? A group of guys from the office decided to play hooky, so I bought a dozen tickets for the Giants vs. Dodgers. Then Kevin dropped out the day before, but never bothered to tell me. When I found this out secondhand, I listed his ticket for real cheap on Craigslist and gave out Kevin's cell number. His phone blew up and he went nuts. Who's in the wrong?"
Inspirational Story Of The DayA former Marine has nearly completed his run from Oregon to Maryland in support of the Wounded Warriors Project.
Sports Video Of The DayIn this battle of grounds crew vs. tarp, the tarp won. (Thanks to Matthew, of Kansas City, Mo., for the video.)
Local News Video Of The DayAn SUV going airborne would make this video noteworthy. But then add in the lame commentary from the anchor ("That would not be a good experience for me."), and you have your typical local news nonsense. (Thanks to Adam, of Clearwater Lake, Wis., for the video.)