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The Daily Hilario: The comedown

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Your daily dose of off-topic shenanigans.

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STILL BUZZING:

What a day that Monday turned out to be!

KING OF THE MOUNTAIN:

So, in a long overdue move, the Warren Miller guys instituted an identity-checking step in the voting process.  Basically, this means you have to authenticate your real self through Facebook when you cast your daily vote.  As far as it says, it doesn't pull any non-public data, it just wants to make sure you're not voting more than once a day.

Makes sense.

What is unclear at this point is what will happen with the already cast votes.  We're in second, as far as I can tell, about 1100 behind first place (who's unlikely to gain too many votes at this point).  With about two and a half weeks to go, that's about 100 votes a day that we need to make up.  We can do it, no doubt.

If you're reading this, click to vote — it takes but a second, as before — and spread the word!

baro

EDGAR WRIGHT!!!!!

I used to drive a WRX (a blue one, of course).  Not like that though.

Looks fun.

COMEDOWN:

FOOTBALL (all times GMT):
17.30:  DFB Pokal, quarterfinal:  Sportfreunde Lotte vs. BVB
19.15:  FA Youth Cup, semifinal, 1st leg:  Tottenham Hotspur U18 vs. CHELSEA U18
19.45:  Champions League, last 16, 2nd leg:  Juventus vs. FC Porto (2-0 agg.)
19.45:  Champions League, last 16, 2nd leg:  Leicester City vs. Sevilla (1-2 agg.)