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Would Edward Snowden be convicted by an American jury? (ABA)

Tired of your cell phone battery dying? Worry no more – researchers invented a battery that uses urine to charge it (The Independent)

A couple punches a lifeguard in the face because his whistle blowing was “aggravating their hangover.” (CBS Boston)

Awesome Twitter by a guy who ran on the field at last nights All Star Game (Brobible)

Is a law degree worth it? Report finds that law grads will, on average, make $1million more over their lifetime than their bachelor degree peers (ABA)

Johnny Maziel denies rumors of being “hungover” at  QB camp, kicked out. A college kid consuming alcohol is making headlines? (ESPN)

Lakers are eyeing LeBron for 2014. Will he leave? Once a cheater, always a cheater. (ESPN)

*Bonus Video*
Get through your post-lunch, mid week depression by watching this guy breaking up with young women he has never met before is quite entertaining.


Mr. And Mrs. Kobe Call Off Divorce


Apparently, Kobe Bryant and his wife were contemplating divorce, but have since called it off and mended their marriage. The Bryants took to their favorite social media platforms to announce that the they are back together in marital bliss. Kobe made the announcement on facebook while his wife, Vanessa, made her announcement on Instagram.

Kobe’s facebook post informed followers, “I am happy to say that Vanessa and I are moving on with our lives together as a family. When the show ends and the music stops, the journey is made beautiful by having that someone to share it with. Thank you all for your support and prayers! Much luv, Mamba out.”

Kobe also, as of today, decided to jump on the Twitter wagon. Which means you can look forward to tweets ending with third-person call tags. “Mamba out.”

It’s interesting that Kobe has facebook followers “praying” for his marriage. But then again, there’s this guy:


This may not only be good news for Kobe’s most dedicated supporters, but to Lakers fans in general. Kobe and friends have struggled, and fans can only hope that Kobe’s prior pending divorce woes are partially to blame. The Lakers, who this offseason put together an all-star cast by supplementing Kobe and company with Dwight Howard and Steve Nash, are off to a less than stellar start. The Lake Show, 15-20, have been given a .1 percent chance of winning the championship this year by…

…Intern Sam out

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