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It kind of has to do with horses.....and David Lynch.....kind of....

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Finally finished

Kentucky Route Zero Fin

Trippy beautiful

Mankilling Mastodons

Nebraska basketball to be well-represented in JUCO national tournament
Nebraska basketball will be well-represented at the NJCAA National Tournament which kicks off next week in Hutchinson, Kansas.

Wahiawa’s Gwen Maeha honored to represent Hawaii on Nebraska’s National Champion bowling team
Leilehua High School is now home to a new National Champion, Gwen Maeha and the University of Nebraska women’s bowling team were crowned NCAA National Champs over the weekend — a feeling that is still settling in for the former Mighty Mule.

Other News From The Sporting World

Bobby Bowden recognized as Florida icon
On Wednesday afternoon Florida State legend Bobby Bowden received the Florida Medal of Honor from Gov. Ron DeSantis at the Governor's mansion.

The Ballad of Billy Beane, Brian Cashman, and 21st Century Baseball - The Ringer
With polar-opposite payrolls, the Athletics’ Billy Beane and the Yankees’ Brian Cashman have helped reinvent baseball and defied the short shelf life of MLB GMs. And their historic careers and close friendship began with one 1997 trade.

Don't be Nebraska, CU Buffs. Don't abandon the running game. Don't try to be cool.
Don't be Nebraska, CU Buffs. Don't abandon the running game. Don't try to be cool. Be you.

"Mighty Waters" Tells the Story of MLK's Fly Fishing Guide Ansil Saunders - InsideHook
An interview with Shannon Vandivier, director of short film "Mighty Waters," about Martin Luther King Jr.'s fly fishing guide Ansil Saunders.

Golf is facing an existential crisis | WIRED UK
New equipment and beefier players have created an era where tournaments belong to big hitters. Course designers are struggling to fight back

2021 Stanley Cup Playoffs start date to be determined by NHL
The start date for the Stanley Cup Playoffs is unknown after the end of the NHL regular season was extended to May 16 on Saturday.

A North Texas softball pitcher threw a perfect game of strikeouts - Banner Society
Hope Trautwein faced 21 batters and struck every one of them out

Wyoming football signee shot, killed in Texas | Football | trib.com
Tony Evans Jr. had signed with the Cowboys in February.

Report: Former Ohio State RB Eddie George lands job as head coach
Former Ohio State Heisman Trophy winning running back and NFL legend Eddie George is going to get his first shot to coach a college football team.

Yellow Journalism

'A Slow Stroll Through A Fast Corridor': D.C. Man Sets Off On Meandering Walk To NYC : NPR Former reporter Neil King is walking along country roads and through small towns all the way to New York City, talking to whomever he finds along the way.

Insolvent school system is no solution for Nebraska City's 131 y - RIVER COUNTRY - NEWS CHANNEL NEBRASKA
School funding crisis adds to Nebraska City's snapshot of lagging housing, population and daycare

China’s Message to America: We’re an Equal Now - WSJ
President Xi Jinping is confronting the Biden administration with a new world view, that Beijing’s decades of not challenging the U.S. as the global leader are over; “no room for compromise” on Taiwan.

Ancient Egyptian “Lost Golden City” Called Biggest Find Since Tutankhamun's Tomb | IFLScience
A newly discovered lost Egyptian City offers insight into the lives of ordinary Egyptians more than 3000 years ago, rather than just the Pharoahs

Google is poisoning its reputation with AI researchers - The Verge
Google’s decision to fire two of its top AI ethics researchers, Timnit Gebru and Margaret Mitchell, has created a serious backlash against the company. Researchers say Google is censoring work that’s overly critical of its technology.

Auditory Enlightenment