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Posted at 08:55 AM ET, 04/18/2007

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After Dan Shanoff came up with the idea, the Wizznutzz get confirmation: Obama/Arenas in '08 has been launched. Loads of swag available. If it didn't violate Post policy, I'd be draped in the stuff. Among the policy statements: "Offer comprehensive immigration reform: illegal immigrants can fast-track their citizenship by defeating Homeland Security Czar DeShawn Stevenson in a 3-point shooting competition, an initiative that will be dubbed: 'I Want To Feel The Face of Freedom'."


Why did I not previously know about the Matt Chico Rules blog, in which we learn that Matt Chico rules more than Keith Hernandez, Wesley Snipes, Mr. Rogers and Squanto? This site has promise. Sorry for being late.

East Coast Bias pays tribute to LaRon Cephas.

Someone needs to clean up Grant Hill's Wikipedia page. The part about Jason Kidd being a...well, I'm not repeating that here. Thanks to Michael Lee for pointing that out to me.

SLAMOnline finds a truly remarkable Gilbert Arenas circus painting and basically dares me to link to it. There, happy Lang? Truly, this is remarkable artwork. The painter, Joel Kimmel, has a Web site. Joel, you'll be hearing from me.

Tad Cranky crushes the Nats TV broadcast team.

Jeff Green and Roy Hibbert still on the fence. Green says he's 70 percent coming back, Hibbert says he's 50/50, which is all weird. Barker Davis reports that Green "has been casually discussing with classmates the make, model and color combination of the automobile he plans to purchase (expect a white Land Rover).

Bye Casto, hello Restovich!!!

Len Shapiro backs Nasty Nestor in his battle with the Orioles.

No spring football game at Va. Tech.

Twilight horse racing at Pimlico = possible Bog fodder.

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