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• If you were looking for a story about pee that wouldn’t piss you off, urine luck, because this one is amusing. Daniel Pond of North Branford, Connecticut is suing the town because he was fired from his job with the public works department due to his inability to “urinate on demand” for drug tests in 2008 and 2009. The lawsuit cites “documented medical disabilities” as the reason Pond cannot go pee when instructed. And what condition is that? Antiuromysitisis? [msnbc]

• Kim Clijster’s recent dominance illustrates how weak women’s tennis has become. [Larry Brown Sports]

• Parking at the Super Bowl? It’ll cost you. [With Leather]

• Speaking of the Super Bowl, they mayor of Arlington wants you to know that the damn game is not in Dallas! [Off the Bench]

• A struggling Polish soccer team has turned to a former Playboy Playmate for help. [It’s Always Sunny In Detroit]

• Minnesota Wild goalie Niklas Backstrom made an outstanding save last night, diving across the crease to deny an open net goal. [Puck Daddy]

• Al Davis still has an eye for talent. [Tirico Suave]

• The real reason why the NFL dominates American sport. [Kissing Suzy Kolber]

• Here’s Shaq rocking a Bruins goalie mask, for some reason. [The Basketball Jones]

• Ochocinco sends his regards to SportsCenter via Twitter…kind of. [The Sports Hernia Blog]

• Hell hath no fury like a “peak performance coach” scorned. [The Last Angry Fan]

• Hey Sean Payton, please shut up. [Second-String Fullback]

• Kevin Love’s girlfriend is attractive. [Ted Williams Head]

• This photo of a little Steelers fan is really something. [Busted Coverage]

• A “Tuesdays with Morrissey” with no Morrissey? Wha? [Melt Your Face Off]

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