Madison Headrick, an enormous lobster and much more in Tuesday's PM Hot Clicks.
No Love For Steph?
At first I was incredulous that only 10% of NBA general managers picked Stephen Curry to repeat as MVP. He was the unanimous pick last year! But I guess the addition of Kevin Durant means less of a chance for Steph (and an opportunity for Russell Westbrook to go crazy in OKC).
This is a Dinosaur
I refuse to believe that this enormous lobster caught off the coast of Bermuda was born in the last millennium.
This Guy Has the Worst Luck
This matador lost an eye to a bull’s horn five years ago. Another bull stuck its horn through the eye patch this weekend.
Madison Headrick: P.M. Lovely Lady of the Day
Who Likes Conspiracy Theories?
There’s probably nothing fishy about this UFO researcher who died unexpectedly, but you never know!
He Was Great in Holes
I Bet Their Debut Album is Terrible
This Was Worth All the Effort
Odds & Ends
A truck spilling animal fat caused six car crashes in Texas. ... Bill Belichick spent more than five minutes today explaining why he hates tablets. ... I’m moving to Europe because they work 19% fewer hours there. ... Everyone is freaking out about the announcement of Red Dead Redemption 2. ... I got 14/15 on this quiz of random Cubs players, and I’m a Yankees fan. ... Finding 40 dead frozen cats is about the worst way for your storage locker auction to end.
47 Years Ago Today
Look how skinny he is!
I Don’t Know How I Feel About This
These games are awesome but I’m not as optimistic about this movie.
The Depravity of the ’86 Mets, in Their Own Words
This is a new animated short film from James Blagden. If you recognize his style it’s probably from this video about Dock Ellis’s no-hitter.
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