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Five Spot / Quick hitters on the light side

1. WHERE'S THE BEEF?

Former baseball great Cal Ripken Jr. is now selling a new line of hamburgers in Washington D.C. area supermarkets. He suggests that people eat them for dinner for 2,632 consecutive days.

2. GAINING POPULARITY

Bills receiver David Clowney, who for some reason released his HIV test results on Twitter, has more than 9,000 followers. If you are counting, that's more than 600 fans for each of his NFL receptions.

3. NO-NO, AGAIN

The New York Mets have now gone two games without a no-hitter. It's the second-longest such streak in team history.

4. NO DRIVE-THROUGH

Nets' DeShawn Stevenson reportedly has an ATM in his kitchen, complete with a $4.50 withdrawal fee for his friends. What does he charge them for a glass of water?

5. PULLING A REVERSE

It turns out that Senior PGA Champion Roger Chapman is an Englishman who was born in Kenya. However, Donald Trump claims he has evidence that Chapman was actually born in Hawaii.

-- Budd Bailey