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Wake N’ Blog: Have You Ever Set Your Prosthetic Leg On Fire With A Crack Pipe? No? Then Stop Laughing

Wake N’ Blog is the Sportress of Blogitude’s morning link dump. Send tips, links and examples of things you have burned with your crack pipe to weedagainstspeed@gmail.com.

• Randy Malone, a 47-year-old crackhead in New Mexico, was found by deputies on the side of a freeway naked with his prosthetic leg in flames. The fake leg started on fire after he put his crack pipe in his pocket. He ended up walking on the freeway after a person who was giving him a lift kicked him out of the car after Malone lit up his crack pipe. Ah, stories about crackheads, a true whimsical delight. [azcentral]

• The guy who wore the LeBron James Miami Heat jersey to the Indians game? He wishes he could move to Miami, but apparently he doesn’t earn enough at the Sunglasses Hut at the mall to fund the move. [Out of Bounds]

• Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis might not be 100% behind the team bringing in T.O. Weird. [Larry Brown Sports]

• Here’s an interesting little story about how Sean Salisbury once got into a fight with Albert Haynesworth. [D.C. Sports Bog]

• Why did Andruw Jones try to assassinate Chicago mayor Richard Daley? [Bob’s Blitz]

• What I would give to get my hands on a Ben Sheets starting lineup action figure. It’s made out of real glass! [TAUNTR]

• Baseball’s 7 worst ideas since 1990. [Joe Sports Fan]

• Those damn Oakland Raiders – screwing up everything for everyone else. [Rumors & Rants]

• After he insinuated that she was less than appealing, Miss Iowa fired back at Miguel Batista. [The Slanch Report]

• The top 10 reasons Roy Oswalt waived his no-trade clause and joined the Phillies. [Five Tool Tool]

• Looking back at three terrible MLB trades from the 1990s. [More Hardball]

• Mark Cuban made a cameo in a rap video? What the fungus? [That NBA Lottery Pick]

• Yay! A KSK Sex/Fantasy Football mailbag! [Kissing Suzy Kolber]

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