Roundup: Britney Spears' Anniversary; Jeff Bezos Absurdly Rich; Dana White Big Mad

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Donald Trump is getting his revenge ... Once upon a time, Booger McFarland was a Cinderella story ... 50 things to do while you're bored ... 25 NFL rookies set up to succeed ... The new rules for getting a haircut ... Coronavirus whistleblower warns of dark winter to come ... Walter Johnson was a real one ... Akron eliminating three scholarship sports ... Road runner vs. coyote in real life ... Men too manly for life-saving gesture ... Publix ending seniors-only hours ... Paper Mario coming ...Ryan Newman on the many miracles that allowed him to walk away with life ... Wine is an essential star in Dead To Me ... Nojel Eastern transferring to Michigan ... Things are going splendidly in Michigan, thanks ... Senator Richard Burr steps down from leadership role ... Dana White doesn't have much respect for the media ... Having a sweet camper would be clutch right now ... DeAndre Baker accused of armed robbery ... Good Dick Vitale-Dick Enberg quip here ...

All the presidents' television shows: a cool exercise in defining eras. [Rolling Stone]

Britney Spears' first big bop is 20 years old. [The Ringer]

Shudder to realize Elon Musk and Dave Portnoy will be on the presidential ticket one day. [Forbes]

The Last Dance piling up viewership trophies. [The Daily Northwestern]

Jeff Bezos on track to become the world's first billionaire. [USA Today]

Antoine Walker becomes the latest person to confirm that, yes, Michael Jordan was competitive.

Think of this incredible Rod Allen clip often.