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Wake N’ Blog: Big Deal, The Pizza Was Probably Cold By Then

Wake N’ Blog is the Sportress of Blogitude’s morning link dump. Another late start today, as I was flexing my awesome blogger muscles once again over at With Leather. Don’t be afraid, blogger muscles don’t bite – unless I want them to. Send tips to [email protected] and you might be spared.

• Assami Semde, a 19-year-old pizza deliverer in New York, fended off an armed robber during a delivery yet still managed to deliver the pizzas. Via the AP: “As Semde headed to the 27th floor, he came across two men in a hallway who started harassing him, saying they wanted a slice of pizza. Semde said no, that he had a delivery to make. But one of the men pulled out a gun and told him and Semde dropped the pies on the ground. As gunman reached down, Semde said he lunged at him, and toppled him off balance.” Nice. Now I love pizza, but no slice is worth tussling with some Noid-like criminal. [MSNBC/AP]

• Sidney Crosby’s new shoe commercial is annoying. No reason for it, really, the guy is  just annoying. [Puck Daddy]

• William & Mary has chosen its new mascot: the Griffin. Stewie? [The Dagger]

• You can buy a piece of trash that Tiger’s ball once hit. Sweet. [FirstCuts]

• Donovan McNabb wants to meet Obama. [D.C. Sports Bog]

• Apparently, Adam Corolla dissed Manny Pacquiao during a podcast and the boxer has forgiven him. He should have kicked his hairy ass. [You Been Blinded]

• Why this year’s NFL Draft will be even more boring to watch than usual. [Fanway]

• Count this scribe among the unhappy masses who despise the new version of “One Shining Moment.” [The Legend of Cecilio Guante]

• Don’t ever steal Evan Longoria’s hat. [Outside the Boxscore]

• Some depressing example of crap you used to be able to get away with in college that you would have no chance of pulling off now. [Uncoached]

The Onion Headline of the Day: I’ve Left My Haltingly Awkward Voice Message; Now The Ball’s In Her Court

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