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{CommentsCant} · Thursday, September 22, 2011
Bengals wide receiver Jerome Simpson has some explaining to do after being caught yesterday receiving a shipment of 2.5 points of weed to his home. Authorities found another 6 pounds inside the Crestview Hills house, which Simpson owns. Here's how the incident will affect your fantasy football team, should you have made the mistake of drafting Jerome Simpson.  

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{CommentsCant} · Wednesday, September 21, 2011
President Obama's Cincinnati bridge visit is an attempt to literally and figuratively connect Mitch McConnell and John Boehner. No word on whether the top two Republicans in Congress will show up, but Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer is reportedly going to pop in.   

Peace, Man!

{CommentsCant} · Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Today is Peace Day, a day for “wide-scale community action and a day for UN agencies and aid organisations to safely carry out life-saving work,” according to a global organization called Peace One Day.  

Sept. 14-20: Worst Week Ever!

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 21, 2011
If you were to drive north on I-75 toward Monroe during the past year, it’s likely that you noticed something missing along the way: highway expansion projects (check), multiple TGI Fridays locations (yup), anatomically correct horse statue (still there), giant Jesus statue signaling a touchdown in football (dude, where’d it go?!?). That’s because Touchdown Jesus was smote by god last year.  

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{CommentsCant} · Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Do you enjoy looking at slideshows of rich people? Here's a good one, themed “Most Corrupt Members of Congress.” Guess which local Eastside representative made the list … Here's a hint: Jean Schmidt.  

Football to the Face!

{CommentsCant} · Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Sorry to do this, guy who got hit in the face by Michael Boley's celebratory throw. But dang was it funny.  

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{CommentsCant} · Monday, September 19, 2011
Bill Cunningham is still trying to do TV, even though he looks like a doll who's come to life to murder people. This report explains how his new spray tan, hair coloring and expensive suits have contributed.  

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{CommentsCant} · Friday, September 16, 2011
The game of Cornhole has apparently spread from its modest beginnings in some West Sider's backyard all the way to the Northeast, thanks largely to a Fox News anchor who in 2005 took a set from his hometown back to New York and started teaching other people how to throw the beanbags at a hole in a piece of wood. The New York Times checks in with this report on the unfortunately named game. Now a bunch of mopes in Brooklyn are playing it, and it will probably be featured in a Kings of Leon video soon.  

'Sunny' Premiere Disappoints At Least One Person

{CommentsCant} · Friday, September 16, 2011
After watching the Season 7 premiere of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia last night, I decided to do a quick Google search of the many poor reviews I assumed would populate the good 'ol internets today. But when I typed in “sunny in philahdelpha reviews” (spelled it wrong), all I got was a bunch of mopes who apparently really enjoyed the episode.  

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{CommentsCant} · Thursday, September 15, 2011
Hamilton County Sheriff Simon Leis came out of his bomb shelter today to describe the Hell on Earth that will ensue should SB5 be voted down in November. Leis says a $7.9 million cut to his department will mean closing three of his 10 jails floors and releasing inmates early. In general, the sheriff says SB5 will make us all safer. OK, fine, we'll vote for it.In typical Enquirer fashion, the newspaper responded to such worthy debate by posting a reader poll that includes the following choices: raise sales tax, restore Leis' budget or let him close the jails. One might prefer a third choice, something along the lines of “do something none of these cowardly mopes has suggested yet.” Or at least “other.”