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Bernie Ecclestone Really Needs To Stop Talking

bernie-ecclestoneBernie Ecclestone started a controversy over the weekend by making some ill-advised comments about Adolf Hitler and his ability to “get things done.”

Ecclestone apologized for his statements, but that hasn’t stopped him from opening his mouth again and inserting his foot even deeper.

After being told that the World Jewish Congress had called for his resignation, Ecclestone…

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Daily Rubbish: March 16, 2009

Video of the Day – Suppressexx ad on Saturday Night Live SNL:

Today’s Links:

Lenny Dykstra’s Not A Racist — He’s Had Three “Spearchuckers” On The Cover [Deadspin]

The NCAA Tournament Exhausts Even the Greatest Champions [Friends of the Program]

Nottingham Rugby Team Purchases 1000

Romanian Handball Player Stabbed To Death, 2 Other Players Hurt In Attack

In shocking news, handball is a sport that is apparently played outside of the Olympics. Even more shocking, it’s taken very seriously. In fact, it’s a matter of life or death for some.

One of the Romanian stars of the sport, Marian Cozma, was killed in the attack outside a nightclub in Hungary over the weekend…

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Daily Rubbish: Selling Speyside At Courtside

Since there haven’t been enough DUIs by basketball players recently, the NBA is reversing its ban on courtside liquor advertising.

On a related note, let’s see who would win a game between the TNT & ESPN NBA announcing teams. TNT easily, both in a basketball game and a drinking game.

Steve Phillips will be joining Jon Miller and Joe Morgan on ESPN Sunday Night Baseball

More Racism From Spain – Real Madrid’s Sergio Ramos In Blackface

Over the past year, Spain has become well-known for their lack of racial tolerance in the sporting world. First, F1 Champion Lewis Hamilton was greeted by fans in blackface during pre-season testing in Spain. Then, there was the incident where the Spanish basketball team posted for these photographs before the Olympics in China…

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