Good Morning: 12.11.12
Tom Brady, LeBron James and D. Wade all go HAM, Amir Johnson loses his mind, Snoop vs. Santa, the lottery curse strikes, an expose on military chemical experiments on soldiers, and new T.I.
By James Carr December 11, 2012, 08:32 AM EST
The Texans went to Foxborough to find out what they're made of, and left on the receiving end of a classic Tom Brady performance, who threw for 296 yards and four touchdowns, with a final score of 42-14. Ouch.
RG3's knee injury was about as minor as the Redskins could have hoped, and he may even be able to play this Sunday against the Browns.
Dwyane Wade made 11-13 shots last night, his highest career percentage, and LeBron James added 27 to give the Heat a victory over the Hawks.
Pete Carroll says he and the Seahawks handled the 58-0 blowout appropriately.
Amir Johnson must have been having a bad day...
LeBron James was absolutely flying last night
The Game discusses his new album, Jesus Piece, on 106 & Park
Big Sean released another vlog, his latest including footage from his epic homecoming concert in Detroit.
Pharrell was in the middle of a Q&A in Miami when Mr. West dropped in. Surprise win.
DID YOU REALIZE?
Before the Powerball numbers were recently announced, there were a string of stories on the negative consequences winning the lottery can have. None were as bad as this: A Florida woman was convicted of murdering and burying a 2006 lottery winner after swindling him of almost all of his money.
A man was shot in the head during broad daylight in NYC yesterday. Reads like a straight hit. Unbelievable.
Will Cory Booker run for Governor of New Jersey?
President Obama hit Michigan for a rally to push his message of higher taxes for the wealthy, putting pressure on Republicans as the fiscal cliff gets closer. In response, billionaires have warned this will limit their ability to buy politicians.
American students continue to fall behind in math and science, though fourth graders rank among the highest in reading.
Nelson Mandella, 94, is in the hospital fighting a lung infection. Mandella hasn't been seen in public since 2010.
EVERYTHING I AM
The US military conducted experiments and ran tests, including on American soldiers, to uncover the effects of psychological weapons during the Cold War. A scientist, Col. James Ketchum, describes the time, and defends his position that chemical warfare is more humane than bullets and shrapnel. It will all play out in court next year, as former soldiers are suing the federal government.
GOTTA HAVE IT
T.I. released another track from his upcoming album, Trouble Man, this one with Cee Lo.