While You Were Working: 1.25.13

The PGA doesn't want young fans, or really any that use social media. Executive Vice President of Communications sent out an email to the media reinforcing that the use of "play-by-play and real-time transmission through digital outlets was prohibited." So not only can golf be hard to follow on television, jumping from golfer to golfer and hole to hole, but you can't even follow it on Twitter. 



Delonte West, Rashad McCants and Luther Head are all on the same D-League squad.

A look at a few of your newest NBA All-Star reserves:




Free agent right-hander Carl Pavano ruptured his spleen while shoveling snow and is expected to be out six to eight weeks. Pavon slipped and fell in his driveway when he suffered the injury. Man can't get right. This is the same dude who was put on the disabled list in a 2006 spring training game with "bruised buttocks" when he was with the Yankees. Good luck, Carl.

Titus Young is trying to get cut from the Detroit Lions:



Urban Meyer and the Ohio State coaching staff have been all over Oregon recruits since Chip Kelly left for the NFL. All of these coaches have a hustle.

In the year that marks the 40th anniversary of Roe v Wade, thousands of people are marching in Washington D.C. to protest abortion with hopes of eventually appealing the law, thus setting us back 40 years.

President Obama hired Denis McDonough as his new chief of staff. It's another white man and his long-time advisor, even back to his early days as a Senator. 

Rohan Marley gave Snoop (still having some trouble typing "Snoop Lion") his blessing in joing the Rastafari movement and said his pops would've embraced him too.

Big Boi said he has 9 to 10 songs recorded for his follow-up to Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors. He discusses that here, as well as working with A$AP Rocky and Kate Upton: 

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