Breaking Brad: Per latest NBA trade rumors, Frankie Muniz headed to Boston - Omaha.com
Published Friday, June 21, 2013 at 1:31 pm / Updated at 4:24 pm
Breaking Brad: Per latest NBA trade rumors, Frankie Muniz headed to Boston

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This is Brad's afternoon edition. Click here to read his morning jokes.

* Some hotel rooms near TD Ameritrade Park are topping $500 per night during the CWS, tax included. That only works out to about $75 per run scored.

* People magazine is reporting that Kim Kardashian has named her baby daughter North West. Apple Paltrow asked, "What the heck kind of name is that?"

* North West. There is now a fine line between the names of celebrity offspring and GPS prompts.

* A Texas NBC affiliate cut away for a network promo during Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals and missed the winning goal. Fortunately, because this happened in mid-June, most Texans were watching the 27th round of the high school state football playoffs on another channel.

* The TV station program director, Heidi, said she didn't see anything wrong with it.

* Donald Trump's Miss USA Pageant crowned a new winner over the weekend. For the third consecutive year, the crown went to a contestant who said the biggest problem in the world is the lack of a viable Obama birth certificate.

* We just crowned a new Miss USA. That's not to be confused with the Miss USA Today Pageant, where the winner is based solely on who draws the best pie chart.

* On Sunday, Nik Wallenda will try walking across the Grand Canyon on a wire. Wallenda seems to love publicity so much that he'll be carrying the Kardashian baby.

* Lady Gaga served as a bridesmaid in a friend's wedding. This is a bride's worst nightmare. It's your big day to shine, and one of the bridesmaids shows up in a meat dress and 13-inch heels.

* A quick note for Miami Heat fans who left Game 7 early: The final score was Miami 95, San Antonio 88.

* The Clippers-Celtics proposed trade that's seemingly been in the works for weeks has a new dimension. Now, L.A.'s throwing in Frankie Muniz.

* There is online video of a rabbit who can dunk a tiny basketball. So, it looks like the Charlotte Bobcats have found their first draft pick.

* How about that huge dogpile when a CWS team won a game -- wait, those were Nebraska fans after learning the Huskers beat out Ohio State for a quarterback.

Breaking Brad: "Harold & Kumar Attend the CWS"

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