Tuesday’s P.M. Hot Clicks features Lais Ribeiro, Budweiser’s newest Super Bowl ad and much, much more.
An Immigrant Story
Budweiser’s newest Super Bowl commercial obviously wasn't written and shot in the past week, but it still resonates strongly given current events. It might go right over Tom Brady’s head, though.
On the Next Season of Narcos...
A whole bunch of cocaine was discovered—appropriately—in the nose of an American Airlines plane in Oklahoma.
The Cardinals Scandal Keeps Getting Better
The guy who hacked the Astros tweeted his response from prison and then Rob Manfred called him a big fat liar.
P.M. Lovely Lady of the Day
Say hello to Lais Ribeiro, who makes her debut in the SI Swimsuit issue this year. She’s from Brazil. (Click here for the full-size gallery.)
How Did He Do It?
I did a post over the weekend about the guy who broke the world record for running seven marathons in seven days on seven continents. My colleague Chris Chavez actually talked to him to find out how the hell he did it.
It’s probably a bad idea for an Indians affiliate to make a joke about blowing a 3–1 lead.
*Barry White Starts Playing*
Odds & Ends
This is an interesting piece about how the Patriots’ current logo may have come from a 1979 concept logo. ... Soccer fans in France forced their team to get rid of a player after just four days because they really hated him. ... A hockey player is back on the ice two years after he viciously attacked another player. ... Rex Ryan took that huge Bills logo off his truck. ... They’re letting cats in the Westminster Dog show this year.
Dogs and Cats Living Together
An Important Medical Device For Just 20 Cents
Nolan Ryan Turns 70 Today
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