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football: Coming up later this week: How Patriots team photographers killed Princess Diana, their trainers killed Michael Jackson , Mr. Kraft is keeping the world from having the 100 MPG car engine, and Belichick uses technology from the crashed
clubhouse was a morgue early in the season. Now? Now they’re playing "Off the Wall" and “Thriller” from Michael Jackson after wins. The Red Sox have a good chance to win the World Series . The problem is getting there. Are they as
was as if you (allegedly) hanging up your pads was the death of some important world leader, like Ted Kennedy or Michael Jackson . It was ridiculous, and they were laughingstocks. You think they would’ve learned their lesson. But all these
scared to get past the half-joking stage" in the 1980s, Reagan's obvious memory loss had only a slight lead over Michael Jackson taking Emmanuel Lewis to the 1984 American Music Awards. Twenty years later, John Kerry lauds the work of "Manny
arguing over stupid things. “Please. Don’t ever compare Gossip Girl to Dawson’s Creek again,” or “ Michael Jackson ’s death? Come on. We had the O.J. trial. Not even close.” And I bet in 20 or
awarded first base after colliding with A’s pitcher Dan Otero. Johnny Manziel leads an aerobics class in a Snickers commercial. TRIVIA ANSWER: Catcher John Flaherty SOOTHING SOUNDS: The late Michael Jackson was born on this day in 1958.
strong dislike for him. Sterling outpolled con artist Bernie Madoff (90 percent), O.J. Simpson (88), former Michael Jackson physician Conrad Murray (88) and singer Justin Bieber (87). Former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez ranks
NET RESULTS (mobile users, check the website to see the videos): The Indiana University football team dances to Michael Jackson ‘s “Thriller” after its Halloween practice. TRIVIA ANSWER: Catcher Tony Pena SOOTHING SOUNDS: Barry Sadler
personnel in Philadelphia practice chasing down fans who run on the field. A squirrel stops in to check out a match at the U.S. Open. TRIVIA ANSWER: Catcher John Flaherty SOOTHING SOUNDS: The late Michael Jackson was born on this day in 1958.
Taiwan. He loses his balance after fouling off a pitch and takes a number of steps backward, drawing a comparison to Michael Jackson ‘s moonwalk from a Taiwan TV show. While players from the English soccer team Chelsea participate in a ceremony