World's Greatest Athlete? I admit, I watched this broadcast and laughed when they put his name above Bill Russell and other athletes.
Excerpt from USA Today:
Joey Chestnut made history on Saturday, digesting a world-record 75 hot dogs in 10 minutes to further cement his legacy as the greatest competitive eater of all-time. His dominant Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest victory this year saw him beat out his foes by a 33-hot-dog-and-bun margin.
Chestnut's 13th Mustard Yellow Belt prompted ESPN to show the 36-year-old's feat side-by-side with other athletes who have won the same competition or title over the course of their careers. That list included Rafael Nadal's 12 French Open titles and Bill Russell's 11 NBA championship rings. One CBS Sports tweet showed a photo of Michael Jordan and Tom Brady's combined 12 championships being outdone by Chestnut's 13 hot dog titles.
Yes, a man who gobbles down hot dogs at an annual event is being mentioned in the same stratosphere as arguably the greatest basketball and football players of all-time.
The second crossover gets new caps. Now that LF and RF speakers have fresh caps, the notable difference from the old set is, the speaker pair seems as if they are a bigger radiating surface. Cymbals and chimes sound more crisp and clear.
The tool with the red rubber bulb attachment is a de-soldering iron.
Wow, this lady is really telling it how it is. Maybe she will feel better letting it fly. Somehow, looking like Covid brain is really another crossroad she will be trying to cope with. She speaks
and sure others listening.