Should we cut her some slack for being Canadian?
...something odd happening in this workout video?
The Internet claims someone on ESPN's "First Take" BROKE WIND during the broadcast yesterday . . . and it was SO obvious that ESPN had to edit it out when they re-aired the segment.
It's unclear who, you know, UNLEASHED THE GHOST OF DINNERS PAST . . . but the on-air talent at the time was: SKIP BAYLESS, STEPHEN A. SMITH and host CARI CHAMPION. No one seems to react to it . . . but Cari does smile.
Here's video. The alleged gas-passing comes 18 seconds in. And here's video that apparently proves ESPN edited the sound out. I really WANT to believe someone farted . . . but it's a little suspicious how pronounced and sloppy the gas-passing was, not to mention how LOUD it was.
For the first time in my life, I have seen true beauty . . . in the form of a TOPLESS PORTRAIT OF the late BEA ARTHUR!!!
It was painted by an artist named John Currin back in 1991, as part of a series of, quote, "acrid fantasy portraits of menopausal women."
Bea didn't pose for the painting . . . so it's not necessarily anatomically correct. But since it was created in 1991, it captures what the artist thought Bea looked like at that very magical age of 69. (???)
The portriat sold this week for nearly $2 million!!!!
Feast your eyes upon its CENSORED beauty below. You can drink in the OH-SO-ARTSY UNCENSORED version here. Oh and Bea, thank you for being . . . STACKED!)
|1. Floyd Mayweather Jr.||Boxing||$90,000,000||$90,000,000||$0||1|
|2. LeBron James||NBA||$56,545,000||$17,545,000||$39,000,000||5|
|3. Drew Brees||NFL||$47,800,000||$40,000,000||$7,800,000||NR|
|4. Kobe Bryant||NBA||$46,850,000||$27,850,000||$19,000,000||4|
|5. Tiger Woods||Golf||$40,839,027||$7,839,027||$33,000,000||3|
|6. Phil Mickelson||Golf||$39,528,630||$3,528,630||$36,000,000||2|
|7. Derrick Rose||NBA||$33,403,000||$16,403,000||$17,000,000||19|
|8. Peyton Manning||NFL||$31,000,000||$18,000,000||$13,000,000||7|
|9. Alex Rodriguez||MLB||$29,900,000||$29,000,000||$900,000||6|
|10. Zack Greinke||MLB||$29,020,000||$29,000,000||$20,000||NR|
|*compiled by Sports Illustrated|