Jenny Watwood, a farewell to Vine and much more in Thursday’s P.M. Hot Clicks.
I don’t think our audience is going to be that upset over the death of Vine (there aren’t that many 13- to 17-year-old girls reading this), but it’s still a bummer. Twitter is discontinuing the app in the next few months, although the Vines won’t be taken offline. That means this list of the 25 best sports Vines will survive, thank god.
What I’ll remember most about Vine is how the worst people used it to get marginally famous.
Mort is Tough as Nails
Bryan Curtis has a great story for The Ringer on Chris Mortensen’s cancer recovery.
This is Fishy
Two Memphis football players got in a fight, then one had gunshots fired at his car.
Jenny Watwood: P.M. Lovely Lady of the Day
Jenny Watwood is a model who gets to live in Italy, which sounds like a pretty good time. (Click here for the full-size gallery.)
I Wish I'd Thought of This
This quiz is genius: Can you tell a home run from a flyout just by the swing?
The Best New Trend in Soccer
Have Some More Vines
Technology Has Shortcomings
the saddest part about self driving cars will be all the times people die mid trip and then ur dinner guests or pizza guy will arrive dead— bela lugosi's beth💀 (@bourgeoisalien) June 30, 2016
Odds & Ends
Arby’s is experimenting with a deer meat sandwich, for some reason. ... These tourist photos of New York City in 1979 are fascinating. ... UConn’s head football coach is salty as hell about the rivalry he invented. ... This student skipped class to go to the World Series and his professor was incredibly chill about it. ... Who knew poker trash talk could be so vicious?
This Has to be Staged, Right?
Better Than Leno
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