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Look out, <a href="http://www.nesn.com/2011/01/charges-dropped-on-toronto-maple-leafs-waffle-thrower-but-ban-remains-in-place.html">dude who threw waffles</a> at a Toronto Maple Leafs game.
We've been <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/gammasquad/2010/11/please-read-a-personal-appeal-from-these-links">making fun of</a> Wikipedia's <a href="../news/2010/11/whos-trying-to-buy-who-this-week/attachment/wikipediapleafromjimmywales/">urgent pleas</a> from founder Jimmy Wales for awhile now, but one thing is undeniable: their campaign is working.
A 61-year old South African man was murdered by his family last weekend after changing the channel on their TV to watch World Cup soccer.
<a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2010/06/big-name-injuries-pile-up-as-world-cup-looms"> On paper, <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/tag/england">England</a> should win in a few hours.
According to Funny or Die, this is a little vignette called "Wikus and Charlize", which originally played as an intro clip during the South African Music Awards (which is apparently something that exists).
Caster Semenya, that South African middle distance sprinter whose gender identity came under fire after <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2009/08/that-sprinter-is-a-man-babyright">winning the 800 meters in Berlin last summer</a>, is getting sick of sitting around while the governing bodies of track and field decide whether she's eligible to compete as a female.
Some (but not all) of the testing results are starting to leak out from the gender identity test for Caster Semenya, that South African runner who blew everyone away in the women's 800m race at the world championships in Berlin last week.
International track officials are asking South African sprinter Caster Semenya, who won gold at the women's 800m event at the world championships in Berlin, "Semen in ya.
A lot of people are predicting Neill Blomkamp's District 9 to be the sleeper hit of the summer, and now we've got a full-length trailer.