Good Morning: 11.6.12



Drew Brees and the Saints beat the Eagles 28-13, despite the Eagles' many chances late, including this tricky Riley Cooper touchdown which was called back.


Marcus Vick then took it upon himself to bash the Eagles during the game, which Mike had to clean up after.


Sean Payton could be a free agent by the end of the season, but will be allowed to renegotiate despite his suspension.


The Knicks are 3-0 for the first time since 1999.


Chicago native Jim Durham, who called many of Michael Jordan's greatest moments, passed away last night.


David Ortiz resigned with the Red Sox, but not before blasting Bobby V.


Rutgers is going patriotic.


Is it the Year of the Giant?


The first two NBA flop warnings. Exciting, historical stuff:






J. Cole announces the title and release date of his sophomore album.


Remember Lil' Wayne's incredible deposition? Well, he lost.


Britney Spears knows how to write and she's gonna prove it!


Harrison Ford is digging the Star Wars sequel.


Rick Ross has himself in some trouble with the Gangster Disciples.


Jay-Z performed at a rally for President Obama yesterday in Ohio.





The day before election day, President Obama channeled and reflected upon 2008 in Des Moines, Iowa, and shed a tear for the journey.


The candidates spent election day eve delivering one final push to the polls after a long campaign and almost $2 billion spent.


Rolling Stone has a list of the top meme's from the 2012 campaign.


Check out the President's letter to a ten-year old girl who is being teased for having two Dads.


Apple set a new-launch record last week, selling over 3 million iPad Minis during the first week.


Scientists in New Zealand found the world's rarest whale, so rare it has yet to be seen alive.


Many northeastern cities have ordered evacuations for a major storm expected to hit the coast on Wednesday.


Super Mayor Cory Booker, y'all:





You can fool some people sometimes, but you can't fool all the people all the time… except, it seems, in the 2012 election, in which the loser isn't President Obama or Mitt Romney, but truth.






Hit-Boy has been all over the place, this time with a beat and a verse with Audio Push.



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