Found December 07, 2012 on Mr. Irrelevant:
That’s Adam LaRoche, the Duck Dynasty bro and friend. [Nats Enquirer] Bryce Harper and RGIII bonded on Twitter over this Photoshop. [Bog] Wow, RG3Woman is a really impressive superhero/fan. Dig. [Bog] RGIII’s grandma, RG3-G, watches the Skins from in Richmond. [Bog] Footage of Gilbert Arenas playing in China before getting hurt. [TAI] This 1970 World Series O’s program is so gangster. [It's a Long Season] This parody of Leonsis’ blog is next-level Ted tweaking. [Fred's Take] Sorry, Harry Reid. WaPo’s Sports section is damn good. [Bog, DCist] A metered paywall may come to the Post in 2013. [Wall Street Journal] A glowing profile of Chris’s employer, D.C.-based Vox Media. [Forbes]
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