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This Just In from GoComics…Wednesday, July 18, 2018
Big-Time Athletes Finally Get Some Attention • 3 minutes ago
Tonight is the 26th annual ESPY Awards, honoring the year's top achievements by pro and amateur athletes. Up for "Best Male Athlete" is a little-known quarterback from Foxborough, Massachusetts who goes by the name of "Tom Brady." Here's hoping this young man finally gets the acclaim and attention tonight that he so richly deserves.
25-foot Statue of Jeff Goldblum Erected in London • 33 minutes ago
A larger-than-life statue of Jeff Goldblum was set up on the banks of the River Thames to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Jurasic Park, according to Entertainment Weekly. Goldblum has not commented, though we anticipate his reaction might well be: “They were so preoccupied with whether they could, that they didn’t stop to think about if they should.”
Today's National Hot Dog Day • about 1 hour ago
It's a big day for hot dogs - so try to be as pleasant and sensitive as possible while you lather them in spicy mustard and shove them down your gullet.
Sentimental Rental • about 2 hours ago
There is now only one Blockbuster video store left in America, and it’s in Bend, Oregon. It’s the end of an era. Take a moment to appreciate the past and be thankful for the technological advances that have so clearly enhanced our modern lives.
Celebrate National Zookeeper Week! • about 3 hours ago
In 2007, Congress declared the third week of July National Zookeeper Week to celebrate the hard work and professionalism of zoo and aquarium workers. Try to make it out to your local zoo this week, if only to revel in the unparalleled beauty of the natural world …
The Longest-Serving President • about 4 hours ago
On this date in 1940, Franklin Delano Roosevelt was nominated for his third term as U.S. president. Yes, not too long ago, presidents could be elected to as many four-year terms as they wished. Today, the U.S. Constitution's 22nd Amendment limits the president to two terms, but that amendment can always be overturned by Congress. That's not a scary prospect at all, is it?