The Hot Clicks Podcast
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One of the most outspoken athletes in sports, Raiders punter Chris Kluwe, has written a book that will be available on Tuesday. Beautifully Unique Sparkleponies: On Myths, Morons, Free Speech, Football, and Assorted Absurdities (yes, that is the title) has very little football in it. Most of the book focuses on Kluwe's pet peeves and opinions on controversial issues and societal observations. (He does have a chapter on what his day is like as an NFL punter, and it's one of the book's highlights.) We discussed all of these things on a new Hot Clicks Podcast, which you can listen to the podcast below, download it on iTunes or download it to your mp3 player.
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Ridiculous Commercial Of The Day
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In Case You Missed It Video Of The Day
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