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Argus Hamilton

Argus Hamilton

Green Bay Packer Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone against Chicago Monday and was lost. His fans are furious. They were told if you like your quarterback you get to keep your quarterback, but now they learn it's only if the collarbone was grandfathered in.

The U.S. offered to help referee a dispute between Hong Kong and the Philippines over an old hostage drama. Negotiations would be tricky between Hong Kong and the United States. It's a self-ruling former British colony but is owned by China, and so is Hong Kong.

Daily Variety said Fox is making a TV series about legendary Boston mobster Whitey Bulger. The convicted mobster hid in L.A. for 16 years before the FBI found him. If you've really got what it takes, nothing will keep you from being discovered in Los Angeles.

The Miami Dolphins fired guard Richie Incognito for bullying a rookie. He promised to break the kid's limbs and extorted him for fifteen grand. The scouting report by the Gambino crime family reads that Richie Incognito has everything it takes to be a top earner.

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford admitted Tuesday that he smoked crack cocaine last year during a drunken spree. They love him up there. Rob Ford has an overeating problem and an alcohol problem and a cocaine problem, which in Canada is known as the hat trick.

Larry King interviewed Rob Lowe on the host's new talk show on cable. The show is a welcome sight. Larry King decided to return to work after spending the first two years of his retirement opening a jar.


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