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Are Adidas' new pimento cheese-inspired shoes lit or lame?

Adidas is rolling out a limited edition golf shoe for the Masters inspired by the tournament's iconic pimento cheese sandwich. Shoe heads say the kicks are straight fire and a worthy tribute to the Augusta's beloved pimento cheese sandwich. But some people can't get over the ridiculousness of a shoe designed after a cheese sandwich. What do you think? 👟 🧀…
#PimentoShoesLit
#PimentoShoesLame
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Should MLB get rid of the designated hitter?

Since it was adopted by the American League back in 1973, the designated hitter has been a polarizing topic for baseball fans. The rule allows a bench player to hit in lieu of the pitcher—and they don't have to take the field. Critics say the DH is an abomination and strips the game of much of its strategy. Great players should be able to hit and play. Supporters say the DH makes baseball more exc…
#KillTheDH
#ExpandTheDH
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Can Tiger Woods win the Masters?

Tiger Woods made his first public appearance after pulling out of the Dubai Desert Classic in February with back spasms. It was the fifth time in his last 19 events that Tiger has withdrawn. Promoting his new book, "The 1997 Masters: My Story," Tiger says he's planning to return to the Masters—just two weeks away. It would be a remarkable comeback for the 41-year-old golfer, who has never been the…
#TigerIsBack
#TigerIsDone
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Should college athletes be paid?

March Madness is underway and by the time the dust settles, the NCAA and 68 teams are poised to make a ton of money from it. The NCAA says the vast majority of the money it pulls in goes back to the players in scholarships or some other form. Critics say the NCAA is exploiting student talent to make huge amounts of money and it's time to pay student athletes a fair wage. What do you think? 🤔 💸…
#PayStudentAthletes
#TuitionIsEnough