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Wake N’ Blog: Corn Smut? It Somehow Involves The Cob, Right?

Wake N’ Blog is the Sportress of Blogitude’s morning link dump. I had an enjoyable day off from blogging and the “real” job, thank you very much. But I am back ready and raring to go. Sucks to be you guys. Send tips to weedagainstspeed@gmail.com.

• Alright, apparently corn smut is not what I assumed. It is a “a gnarly, gray-black corn fungus long-savored in Mexico” and has “nutritional values similar to those of the corn on which it grew.” Seriously, go take a look at it. It is nasty and not sexy at all. So stop calling it smut, scientists. [MSNBC/AP]

• Shockingly, the fellas at FHF are pretty pumped up about the Habs series victory over the Capitals. [Four Habs Fans]

• And even more surprising, Caps fans are not pumped up so much. [D.C. Sports Bog]

• Yay! The return of NSFWednesday! [Melt Your Face Off]

• That dude that referred to Spurs fans as “dirty Mexicans”? Yeah, he was fired by the radio station he worked at. [Out of Bounds]

• Introducing BC’s Bikini Mud Wrestling Kentucky Derby 2010 correspondent. She’s a high school English teacher. For now. [Busted Coverage]

• Well played. Apparently those members of the Ukrainian Parliament were simply reacting to the Broncos drafting Tim Tebow. [Ted Williams Head]

• Another shocking revelation: some random douchebag is a huge Kobe Bryant fan. Seriously, this guy needs to be thrashed with extreme prejudice.  [With Leather]

• Detroit Lions linebacker buys tampons and Barbie Band-Aids for opposing players. He might be insane. [Shutdown Corner]

• Need a personal finance primer? FCL is here for you. [Food Court Lunch]

• Ben Roethlisberger has finally made it: he’s been mentioned in an Eminem song. [The Sporting Blog]

• Baseball talking heads have to stop calling every decent pitching performance a gem. [The Legend of Cecilio Guante]

• Can Charles Barkley name the starting five of the Milwaukee Bucks? [That NBA Lottery Pick]

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