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The Knock Down

It’s easy to remember Moses Malone: late 20’s, omni-googles, clinging to the seedlings of an afro the same way Jean Luc Picard coped with male pattern baldness. And an ass the size of a chevette — that Malone `used as a dangerous weapon en route to becoming the greatest offensive rebounder in the history of basketball. It was truly...
According to a 2006 Harvard University study, the odds of an American dying in a commercial plane crash are 1 in 11 million. Meaning, Joe the Plumber is more likely to succumb to food poisoning (1 in 3 million) after putting down a McRib; incinerate because of rogue fireworks (1 in 650,000) at a Fourth of July...
In middle school, the perfect “mental health day” (see: the official playbook for Jewish mothers) started with a bowl of chickarina soup, saltines on the side and reruns of The White Shadow on ESPN Classic — Ken Howard, with his rutty-faced New York-Irish good looks playing a retired Chicago Bull now coaching high...

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