Last week I wrote about a great OK Go video for the song This Too Shall Pass. This one is even more amazing.
Sports Illustrated: Nearly 50 years old, could Willie Gault still play in the NFL?
Saw this article today in SI. Apparently at 49, Willie Gault can run the 40 in 4.4 seconds. This guy is specimen. If you don’t believe the article after reading it, here’s another that I found that’s even more impressive.
Yahoo Sports: Willie Gault is still racing around at 48
I was going to refer to this building as the PNC Bank building, but the proper name according to Wikipedia is 4th and Vine Tower. PNC owns the signage rights and only has a few employees there.
Photo was taken from inside the Hilton.
From NYTimes.com: The National Enquirer Earns Some Respect
By being the first and, largely, the only publication pursuing the Edwards story through his denials of the affair and of fathering a child out of wedlock, The Enquirer is under consideration for a Pulitzer Prize, and it has strong support for its bid from other journalists. The success has Mr. Levine considering opening a Washington bureau to look for more dirt among politicians.
The National Enquirer and Pulitzer Prize in the same sentence? Pretty amazing.
NYTimes.com: Reds Bet on Raw Talent of Cuban Defector
I think Aroldis Chapman is the real deal. Finally, something for Cincinnati Reds fans to get excited about.
From CNN.com: ‘Toyota defense’ could reverse criminal conviction
A man serving eight years for vehicular homicide because of a fatal crash involving his Toyota Camry is hoping for exoneration amid concerns over unintended acceleration in some of Toyota’s vehicles.
Interesting story related to the Toyota recalls. Can you imagine what it would be like serving a prison sentence for something that might have been out of your control?