cryptic ground on the possibility of a presidential run in 2016, Kimmel came away with a pretty decent consolation prize: a selfie with the entire former first family. Meanwhile, a Finnish magician awed a bunch of dogs and a 13-year-old bar mitzvah boy went on an epic hunt for a swanky suit. “I love the hand-me-down first pressing of Sticky Fingers my godfather gave me. What am I gonna give my kids? A flash drive? The password to my Dropbox?” — Mario Aguilar at gizmodo.com argues that records are the only worthwhile way to own music in an era where subscription services like Spotify and Rdio make it easy to listen to almost any song you want. Vinyl, he writes, is more intimate and interactive than CDs and “makes the listening experience something in which you are constantly physically and emotionally involved.” “.@TheEllenShow- No Brad Cooper but 3 Clintons & a Kimmel” — @jimmykimmel tweets a selfie with Hillary, Bill and Chelsea Clinton at Ellen DeGeneres after he interviewed the Clintons about politics, grandchildren and a possible presidential run (Hillary’s answer: “I’m obviously thinking about all kinds of decisions”) at a conference Saturday. DeGeneres’ Oscar selfie — which included Brad Pitt, Meryl Streep and a litany of other stars — broke records with 3.4 million retweets. “At the time, the offer was 200x what professional golfer Arnold Palmer got for his endorsement with Wilson, and 100x what football star Joe Namath got from his deal with Schick razor.” — Zachary Crockett at priceonomics.com recounts a time when professional bowling was a glamorous, lucrative profession. In 1964, Don Carter was paid $1 million (about $7.6 million today) for an endorsement deal —the first time an athlete in any sport received that much. “In the ‘golden era’ of the 1960s and 70s, [bowlers] made twice as much money as NFL stars, signed million dollar contracts, and were heralded as international celebrities,” Crockett writes. “I hope they find it just as funny when the dogs seek revenge and hide your shoes and car keys” — Commenter John Lang at youtube.com looks for canine revenge after Finnish magician Jose Ahonen uses sleight of hand to make a treat vanish in front of dogs’ eyes. The pups act adorably bewildered, amazed and annoyed as they search for the missing morsel. “On the first day, God created the navy blue blazer with brass buttons and khakis. And I looked and saw that it was not good.” — Zeke Winitsky at Esquire.com writes about his frustrating search for a fashionable suit for his bar mitzvah. “I have one bar mitzvah, and I was going to look snazzy. So for the occasion, I decided to go all out,” he writes. But the 13-year-old learned that few brands made chic clothes for teen boys, and advised brands to step up their game.