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Today in dogs and baseball (videos)

If I know one thing about dogs, it’s that they love licking their own asses chasing things. The advent of HD has made this somewhat dangerous for dogs.

Nice catch, Mr. Sweatpants. WHO’S A GOOD BOY? WHO’S A GOOD BOY?

Speaking of nice catches, this guy made the catch of the year by snagging a baseball in his beer cup, then heroically downing the rest of…

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Australian Race Fans Limited To Just One Case Of Beer Per Person Per Day

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Fans heading to Australia’s Bathurst 1000 motor-racing festival are facing a strict regulation this year. They are being limited to just 24 cans of beer per person per day or 4 liters of wine.

Wait… 24 cans? Per day? Per person?

I know they drink a lot in Australia, but somehow it doesn’t seem like limiting…

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Aussie Rules Football Player Gets Beer Thrown On Him By Fan: Video

Shane Victorino can take comfort in knowing that he wasn’t the only professional athlete to have beer thrown on him this week by an opposing fan.

Down in Australia, Brad Johnson of the AFL’s Western Bulldogs was greeting some children following a match against the Brisbane Lions when a woman tossed her beer…

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Cubs Fan Throws Beer On Shane Victorino, Security Ejects The Wrong Man: Video

Imagine you’re at a Cubs game and you managed to snag front row bleacher seats. You’ve got a perfect view of the game and close access to the outfielders for heckling purposes. If you’re one guy in this video, you’re the asshole who threw a beer at Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Shane Victorino as he…

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Boston Red Sox Fan Drinks Beer Through Sock And Shoe

Cold-filtered beer might be popular in some circles, but sock-filtered, not so much. Then again, given the sort of beers that usually advertise themselves as “cold-filtered”, perhaps they would taste better out of a sock and sneaker like this Red Sox fan drank from.

The guy apparently lost a bet, the penalty of…

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