It’s Monday, June 13th, and after another full week of “Weiner” in the news, I bet you lady folk are looking for some real wiener. All those journalists writing about Anthony the Sausage Man but not dishing the tasty vittles.
So here ya go … [KABLAM] … man meat fit for the BBQ.
Today’s Ballsy Factoids
So you’re educated and feeling a little less dirty while admiring today’s sexy and rugged eye candy …
One of America’s football greats was born on this date in 1903 — Harold Edward Grange, much better known as “Red” Grange, perhaps the most famous football player of all time.
A three-time All-American with the University of Illinois, Grange, also known as “the Galloping Ghost,” helped put pro football on the map with the Chicago Bears. Retiring after a knee injury, he became one of the sport’s preeminent broadcasters and was a charter member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Now, the National Football League draws more than 21 million fans to its games each year and millions more watch each week on televison. NFL players make an average of $1.9 million a year.
— Source: Chase’s Calendar of Events 2011 and the U.S. Census Bureau
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