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Hank Williams Jr. Tells ‘Fox & Friends’ and ESPN, ‘I’ll Keep My …"

The Obama-Hitler comparison made on ‘Fox & Friends’ by Hank Williams Jr. a while back forced ESPN to sack the singer’s opening theme song from Monday Night Football.

Now, according to sources who spoke with the Associated Press, the 62-year-old has fired back at both ESPN and ‘Fox & Friends’ in a new song titled ‘I’ll Keep My …,’ which he recorded in a Nashville studio on Friday.

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Fan Arrested After Throwing Hot Dog at Tiger Woods During Tournament

During Sunday’s final round of the Frys.com Open, a fan ran at Tiger Woods — who was putting on the seventh green — yelled the former world number one’s name, and then tossed a hot dog at him.

“When I looked up, the hot dog was already in the air,” Woods said. “The bun was kind of disintegrating.”

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Will Clint Eastwood End His Acting Retirement for a Baseball Movie?

Clint Eastwood told reporters in 2008 that ‘Gran Torino’ was “probably” his last on-screen appearance as he was preparing to retire from acting.

Now it looks like that isn’t the case. According to Entertainment Weekly the 81-year-old is currently in talks to star in the baseball drama ‘Trouble With the Curve’ as a veteran scout losing his vision.

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‘Stay Sober’ Pill In Development

A pill that eliminated all the effects alcohol on lab rats may one day be available to humans.

Researchers fed the rodents — who react to alcohol similarly to how people do — the new drug after having them consume enough booze to stumble and fall down. Then they measured the rodents for balance and reflexes, finding that the rats on the drug tested as if they were still sober.

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Nelson Mandela and Roger Federer Are the Two Most Respected People in the World

It should come as no huge surprise that a poll of more than 50,000 people in 25 different countries would find Nelson Mandela the most respected and trusted person in the world.

But the next spot may be a bit more surprising.

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Historic Statues in Boston Adorned with Famed Bill Belichick Hoodies

The grey hoodie with the sleeves cut off that New England Patriots football coach Bill Belichick often wears on the sidelines adorned the statues of historical figures in Boston’s Copley Square on Wednesday.

Christopher Columbus was among those fitted with the much-maligned garment as part of promotion a for a NFL Network documentary on Belichick’s coaching life, which will air on Thursday.

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Doug Flutie’s Daughter, Alexa, Is a Cheerleader for the New England Patriots

Doug Flutie will be cheering hardest for the ladies on the sideline when he watches one of his former teams, the New England Patriots, play at home this year.

That’s because Flutie’s daughter, Alexa, will be making her debut as a New England Patriots’ cheerleader this season.

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Which Baseball Fans are the Biggest Homers?

The folks in New York and Boston may be the loudest when it comes to heaping praise on their favorite hometown baseball players, but they are far from the most biased when it comes to being homers — you know, showing too much love for the players on their teams.

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Facebook Costs American Companies a Staggering $280 Billion a Year

Checking your Facebook status could lead to your company’s downfall.

Okay, that may be a bit of an exaggeration, but tech blogger Michael Fitzgerald was able to calculate that workers wasting time on the social networking site costs US companies $280 billion in annual productivity losses.

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