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Today's Top Five: Gibbs Bingo

But first, a word about my speech to the Vienna Rotary Club today! Well, there really isn't that much to say about it, I guess. Only one Rotarian said he "could care less about the beards players are growing or what costume Clinton Portis is wearing," which I took as a moral victory.

1) Joe Gibbs bingo! I love bingo. And Joe Gibbs. I'll definitely play this next week. From Jerry's Wheelhouse.

2) In honor of Clinton Portis, a history of athletes in crazy costumes, ranging from Wilt to Namath to DiMaggio to John Stockton. It's actually quite amusing. Plus they seem to have used one of my photos. From Burly Sports.

3) Gilbert and Vince Young outtakes, starring for Spalding, together. From YouTube, I guess. The completed commercial, titled "Technology Handoff," is here.

4) A Nats offseason report card. The stadium gets an A+++; A-Rod rumors get an F-. From Bugs and Cranks.

5) I've decided the Orioles definitively do not count as D.C., but since D.C.'s own Mister Irrelevant is blogging about Aubrey Huff, and since the extremely extremely NSFW video is now on Deadspin, might as well take a gander at Wayward O's conclusion (he's a witch, doncha know?)

By Dan Steinberg  |  November 14, 2007; 3:22 PM ET
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Comments

gtb will treat the bogger to a moderately priced dinner at a modest local bistro of his choice if he exclaims 'bingo' at a gibbs presser.

Posted by: gtb | November 14, 2007 4:30 PM | Report abuse

That video was in fact NSFW.

Posted by: sitruc | November 15, 2007 2:55 PM | Report abuse

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