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• A 23-year-old German tourist was rescued by firefighters after a hole he dug on a beach in Spain collapsed in on him. The man was trapped up to his neck in the sand for nearly two hours while 15 firefighters and five rescue vehicles frantically tried to free him from his sandy bondage. [Yahoo!/AFP]

• Terrell Owens and Chad Ochocinco are of the opinion that “Sarah Palin is not Playboy-ish.” Interesting. [Out of Bounds]

• Jets superfan Fireman Ed has been charged with simple assault stemming from the incident when he got in a scuffle with a Giants fan during a preseason game. God, I cannot stand that jagoff. [Tirico Suave]

• If you haven’t seen it, here’s that photo of Braylon Edwards double-fisting drinks at an event the evening he got his DUI. [Ted Williams Head]

• Headline: “Unicycle Football- Where Dorks and Concrete Collide.” After watching the video, I’m inclined to agree. [You Been Blinded]

• David Beckham will reportedly sue the tabloid who published the story alleging that he enjoyed the company of $10,000/night hookers. That’s a lot of money, but when you think about it, it’s still probably cheaper than what it costs to keep his wife happy. [Bob’s Blitz]

• The 7 best athlete fan takedowns. [The Last Angry Fan]

• Is the respective triple crown easier for a pitcher or a hitter to accomplish? [Outside the Boxscore]

• Congratulations to my pals at TAUNTR: their Da’Sean Butler animated video was featured on Versus’ The Daily Line. [TAUNTR]

• The top 12 reasons the Vincent Jackson trade didn’t go down. [Five Tool Tool]

• Butter Chicken has a beef with that new show with Jim Belushi and Jerry O’Connell. [Food Court Lunch]

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