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Wake N’ Blog: So Much For That Awful Stereotype That Asian People Cannot Drive

Wake N’ Blog is the Sportress of Blogitude’s morning link dump. I hope everyone has sufficiently recovered from the drunken debauchery of their Cinco de Mayo celebrations. Myself? I’m still wearing my sombrero. Send tips, etc. to weedagainstspeed@gmail.com. Hasta luego.

• If at first you don’t succeed, try, try and then try 958 more times. A South Korean woman has finally passed her driver’s exam on the 690th attempt.69-year-old Cha Sa-soon finally passed the driving part of the exam on the 10th try last month, but she tried (and failed) to pass the written exam almost daily since April 2005 until she passed it last year. Good for her. [Yahoo!/AP]

• Tiger Woods is reportedly telling friends his marriage to Elin is all but over. That guy catches on fast. [Out of Bounds]

• The biggest Twitterer in baseball may not be who you thought it was. I sounded like Dennis Green there. [Bugs & Cranks]

• Erin Andrews is scared of birds. [Outside the Boxscore]

• Here are ten unwritten baseball rules you should know. I am pretty sure the 11th would be “never let ’em see ya sweat” but that might just be a deodorant commercial. [Big League Stew]

• The Washington Redskins threatened to fire a cheerleader if her husband talked to ABC (not NBC, who is the media partner of the Redskins) about a reunion with her. Makes sense. [Busted Coverage]

• The players on the Boston Red Sox have interesting tastes in music. [Steady Burn]

• The Top 10 signs you are a hopeless homer. [Five Tool Tool]

• A Vancouver newspaper ran an ad warning local cabbies about Patrick Kane’s less-than-charitable behavior with them. [Puck Daddy]

• A couple of humorous parking signs from PGA Tour events. [Waggle Room]

The Onion Headline of the Day: Report: Aspirin Taken Daily With Bottle Of Bourbon Reduces Awareness Of Heart Attacks