Megan Fox Cheerleader photos

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I knew there was something I liked about Megan Fox (despite the whole being ridiculously scorching hot thing).  And the Megan Fox cheerleader outfit photos. She compared one of the most disgusting and horrible scourges of the Earth, director Michael Bay, to Adolf Hitler.

Bravo Megan, bravo. Bay’s movies are really interesting, unpredictable, thoughtful and and in now way formulaic- if you’re under the age of 14, and/or severely lacking in mental faculties. For the best send-up of the crapola Bay calls “his films,” rent “Team America: World Police.” The “South Park guys are brilliant.

And this college basketball Saturday, we could all use a Megan Fox cheerleader picture.

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Megan Fox Explains Why She Removed her Marilyn Monroe Tattoo

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Hottie supreme Megan Fox is removing her tattoo of the late iconic actress/sex symbol Marilyn Monroe in an attempt to attract more positive energy. The 25-year-old star who was booted from “Transformers 3” for comparing Michael Bay to Hitler (kudos on that girlfriend) is going to get the blonde bombshell ink lasered off her forearm.

Megan Fox told the Italian magazine Amica, as quoted in the Daily Mail:

“I’m removing it. It is a negative character, as she suffered from personality disorders and was bipolar.”

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College Football 77 in 77: #74 NIU Huskies

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From a mid-major standpoint, Northern Illinois University has become “Running Back U.” (Leshon Johnson, Garret Wolfe, Michael “the Burner” Turner, Chad Spann). Sure, only Michael Turner is the only one from that group to do anything in the NFL, but these rushers all dominated the collegiate level.

NIU will look to keep that running game going in spades this season, with mobile QB Chandler Harnish (although he’ll likely need to make more plays with his arm than he did in 2010, the Huskies were 85th in passing last year) with Jasmin Hopkins and Jamal Woble filling in for Spann.

It’s also a regime change campaign, as Jerry Kill parlayed his record setting 2010 (the Huskies won 11 for the first time ever in ’10) into a new gig leading the Minnesota Golden Gophers. It’s funny that I rate his old team higher than his new one, even though going from Dekalb to the Twin Cities, the MAC to the Big Ten, is a huge step up.

By Paul M. Banks

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