DeAndre Levy says he’s glad he broke Joe Paterno’s leg, and much more in Thursday’s P.M. Hot Clicks.
This is Maybe a Step Too Far
Lions linebacker DeAndre Levy accidentally broke Joe Paterno’s leg in college. Now that we know about Paterno’s role in covering up for Jerry Sandusky, Levy tells Men’s Journal that he’s proud of injuring him. That’s just a bit harsh.
A Super, Super, Super Senior
Do Canadians Really Drink This Much?
Canadian brewer Labatt offers every employee 52 cases of 12 beers every year. The benefits used to extend into retirement (and to the employee’s spouse if the employee died) but now Labatt is discontinuing the practice.
Magda Zalejska: P.M. Lovely Lady of the Day
This is Horrifying
This post about a man falling into a geothermal pool and literally dissolving is at once both the most upsetting thing I’ve read today and the first thing I’ve read in weeks that made me laugh out loud.
Two Good Dogs
Perhaps His Action Movie Days Are Over
Dunking a Biscuit from 230 Feet
Odds & Ends
Apparently there was a whale swimming right outside our offices this morning. ... Somehow no one was injured when a car was ripped in half by a train. ... Because you’re likely to find a bunch of fake news on Facebook, there’s a Chrome extension that’ll let you know if what you’re reading is unsubstantiated crap. ... A Pennsylvania man used a drone to catch his wife cheating. ... Kristaps Porzingis made some great faces during the Knicks’ win Wednesday night.
How is This Possible?
Klay Enjoys a Cold One
All in One Shot
20 Years Ago Today
The Rock released this video a few weeks ago, but it’s great to revisit on the 20th anniversary of his WWE debut.
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