Goalies are weird. But they're impossible to dislike. They're too awkward and adorable. Plus they have superhuman reflexes.

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Joe McKnight, former New York Jets running back, killed in apparent road rage shooting

  • Former NFL running back Joe McKnight was killed outside New Orleans on Thursday in an apparent road rage shooting.
  • “At approximately 2:43 p.m. today we received a call of a shooting that occurred here at Holmes [Boulevard] and Behrman Highway [in Terrytown],” Jefferson Parish Sheriff Newell Normand told ESPN.
  • “Our officers arrived on the scene and immediately began giving CPR to an individual who was shot and lying on the ground.
  • The individual who was shot and later pronounced dead was identified as Joe McKnight.  
  • McKnight, 28, played three seasons of football at USC from 2007-2009, before he was drafted by the New York Jets in 2010. McKnight played for the Jets until he was released in 2013. He spent the 2014 season, his last NFL season, with the Kansas City Chiefs.  Read more

Archer fish have a remarkable superpower. When hunting, they target insects above the water and knock them down with a precision strike from a jet of water they spit out. As previous research has shown, the archer fish packs an impressive punch by carefully modulating the water jet so that its tail travels faster and catches up to the front of the jet just as it strikes its target. Even more impressively, the archer fish can make this perfect strike on targets at different distances, which requires the fish to make significant adjustments to each jet. As this video from Deep Look discusses, the archer fish’s impressive hunting hints that it may have greater intelligence than we thought possible, given a comparison of its brain to ours. (Video credit: Deep Look)


hockey meme | 1/5 rookies: patrik laine

“it’s part of who I am. it’s a big part of my game that I have confidence and I know what I’m capable of and how good I am. I think that’s not a bad thing. people can think what they want, but I know how good I am and I’m not afraid to say it.”