» 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.”