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This is pretty damn impressive. Reader Levi Elston says, "Jimmy, I'm a long time Hot Clicks follower, but never thought I would have something worth sending for your Hot Clicks page ... until the Mavs won the NBA championship! My brother Joel is a serious Mavs and Dirk Nowitzki fan. He stated five years ago (2006 NBA Finals) that if Dallas won the championship, he'd dye his hair blonde. Obviously, it didn't happen that year, but apparently that statement never had an expiration date because after the Mavs' Game 6 victory, he changed his hair, facial hair, and eyebrows from dark brown to very blonde. Now, he's a dead-ringer for Dirk Nowitzki! Post some love for Dirk and one of his biggest fans. Here are the before and after pics."
* Bob Mason, of Sacramento.: "When you're buzzed or outright smashed, the trough is just fine. You're thinking too much. Most guys don't give a crap."
* Keith Dubey, of Sterling Heights, Mich.: "Jimmy, you've never seen a trough system in a stadium bathroom until you've been to the Big House in Ann Arbor. Gotta have a way to get those 100,000-plus fans in and out quickly. It's not even a trough per se, more like peeing on the wall and letting it run down into a stream of water, but it does the job! The thing wraps all the around the whole bathroom. Very efficient!"
* Michael Butler, of Colleyville, Texas: "Jimmy, I don't have a link or a picture, but I remember attending a game at the University of South Carolina years ago. As I recall, their men's room had neither elevated troughs nor urinals. It basically featured a trough cut into the floor, so essentially you just peed against the wall and it made its way down. Pretty disgusting."
* Matt Hall: "At least there is a trough at Wrigley. At the Martinsville race track in Virginia, the men's room has a concrete block wall with running water going down it with a trench along the bottom for drainage!"
Lastly, the great trough debate of 2011 prompted a million of you to send in this clip.