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Monday Freedom Kicks: Evisceration Day

Recaps all around, documenting the last days of Hollywood actors and so much gloom!

Not going to lie, today is going to be tough. Starting with this:

Then, moving along, to the links:

Recaps of Columbus Crew SC and their convincing win over D.C. United from usMLSMassive Report has things from over there. If there's any we missed feel free to toss them in.

Minnesota United Announces Intention To Build Stadium In St. Paul | Minnesota United FC: What's that, another team with United in their name? Gimme gimme! (not really)

The feds are the ones who own RFK. Here's what they plan to do with it. - Greater Greater Washington: Thoughts on the new (or future) space that will be open when D.C. leaves.

LeBolt: A fairy-tale finish for Louisville’s amazing Marylander, Caroline Kimble — Soccer Wire: A nice look at a Louisville player who overcame a lot and shined in a big way on the field.

The Frustrating Promise of Analytics: Soccer Has a Left-Handed-Pitcher Problem ": Looking at the pros and cons of where analytics fits in soccer, and thoughts on its future.

Sunderland 3-0 Newcastle United: SIX IN A ROW - Roker Report: In partner club news, Sunderland beat a Newcastle squad who was at 10 men for the second half, extending their win streak in the Tyne-Wear derby to six as goals from Adam Johnson, Billy Jones and Steven Fletcher gave them a 3-0 win, pulling them into 18th in the Premier League. Progress!

Perisic scores but Inter Milan miss chance to go top - ESPN FC: In more partner club news, Ivan Perisic scored, but so did Alberto Gilardino for Palermo as Inter Milan settle for a 1-1 draw, putting them in a four-way tie for second behind Roma, but in fourth on tiebreakers at the moment.

Tears and Terror: The Disturbing Final Years of Mickey Rooney - Hollywood Reporter: Mickey Rooney went through a lot of stuff we knew of, and I think few, if any of us, knew he went through this. The hell with people, man.

The Laughs, Pathos, and Overwhelming Talent of Jan Hooks ": Mike Thomas, who wrote the Phil Hartman biography, discusses the life of Hartman's frequent co-worker and SNL alum, the late Jan Hooks, both taken from us far too soon.

That's all I got. Who needs a drink?