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• That’s what you call the Trifecta of Tastelessness. A 27-year-old Tulsa woman was being held in jail Thursday “on charges of vehicle burglary, trespassing, indecent exposure and soliciting prostitution.” To wit: The Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise reports that the truck owner complained to police that the woman stole the doughnut at about 2 a.m. Wednesday. A convenience store clerk asked police to charge the woman because he said she relieved herself outside the store…Officer R.S. Detherow says that when he told the woman she was under arrest, she offered to perform a sex act for money.” Good night. Lofty night. [Yahoo!/AP]

• Tony Dungy continues to annoy the hell out of everybody. This time it’s Wade Phillips and Tony Romo. [Larry Brown Sports]

• A day inside Argentina’s Church of Maradona. [Out of Bounds]

• Time for another edition of KSK’s Sex/Fantasy Football Mailbag. [Kissing Suzy Kolber]

• Ines Sainz is not planning on going into any locker rooms anytime soon. [Shutdown Corner]

• God only knows what Mike Tyson and Jim Gray were discussing when this photo was taken. Maybe Pete Rose? [The Sports Hernia Blog]

• Michael Jordan said he believes he could score 100 points in a game in today’s NBA. [Ball Don’t Lie]

• Happy 7th Anniversary, Steve Bartman! [TAUNTR]

• Steve Nash and Landon Donovan play FIFA 11 in a hot tub. [The Sporting Rave]

• Jets cornerback Darrell Revis was reportedly popped for careless driving. [Bob’s Blitz]

• If you haven’t been following and listening to the podcast, “House of Punte,” you sir (or ma’am) are missing out. In the latest one, Punte interviews Justin Tuck of the New York Giants. [Kissing Suzy Kolber]

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