Found September 19, 2012 on The Rhino and Compass:

This very possibly will be my last links post until Sunday or Monday. Fair warning (Off to Chicago for a wedding)

Ryan Lochte is totally cool with Seth McFarlane making jokes about him, brah.

Steve Sabol of NFL Films passed away yesterday. Before the NFL was on everywhere, Sabol was the ticket for getting good NFL insider insight.

Miguel Cabrera is pretty good 

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