Good Morning Links

Good Morning! Today is Friday, May 13, a national holiday for sufferers of triskaidekaphobia. Here are some other links of note today:

Following yesterday’s death of Alabama offensive lineman Aaron Douglas, ESPN got right to the heart of the matter and updated its Insider notes on the Crimson Tide football team: “Possible starter found dead in Jacksonville, opening door for five-star signee Cyrus Kouandijo.” Yeah, because that’s what’s important.

The government is auctioning off the Unabomber’s manifesto. Hopefully they won’t allow anonymous bids.

The surviving members of Pink Floyd reunited onstage for only the second time in 30 years. Just reunite already, and tell Led Zeppelin to do the same.

Five heart disease misconceptions.

Ashton Kutcher is replacing Charlie Sheen on Two and A Half Men. Shoulda been you, Hal Holbrook.

Children’s book called Go the F**k to Sleep is No. 1 bestseller on Amazon one month before its release.

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