» “NOT THAT ANYBODY CARES about the media guide cover, but the GM on the cell phone is an unusual cover-art choice.”
— hoopsground.com can’t figure out why the Washington Nationals’ 2011 media guide features pictures of outfielder Jayson Werth, above, third baseman Ryan Zimmerman and General Manager Mike Rizzo on the cover.
» “THEY ARE TRYING TO SCREW HIM out of a ton of shares of the satellite radio, and he wants that money. Rightfully so, I say, because without him, they wouldn’t have nearly as many subscribers.”
— 360grab.com understands why Howard Stern is suing SiriusXM radio. Stern alleges that he was stiffed out of stock bonuses based on satellite subscribers.
» “WOW. YOU ALMOST NEVER SEE JOURNALISTS trashing each other like this in public. Even among competing news organizations. Especially in foreign war zones.”
— businessinsider.com was surprised to hear CNN reporter Nic Roberts, who is in Libya, adamantly refute claims that Moammar Gadhafi foiled a U.N. coalition strike by bringing CNN and Reuters journalists to his compound, effectively using them as human shields.
» “BESIDES PERHAPS THE ‘NEVERMIND’ BABY, the child sporting a giant Afro pictured on Notorious B.I.G.’s classic debut ‘Ready to Die’ is the most iconic infant in album-cover history. [Keithroy] Yearwood says he only received $150 for being on the cover, but his place in music history is priceless.”
— new.music.yahoo.com/blogs/amplifier thinks Yearwood’s baby pic ranks right up there with the naked baby on the front of Nirvana’s 1991 album “Nevermind.”