Last year, it was Jarvis Jones (top), this year it’s Anthony Barr (bottom) getting the Subway treatment. Here’s the 2014 NFL draft prospect posing with a life-size food statue of himself made of fresh vegetables, Wednesday, May 7, 2014, in New York. Fellow Subway “Famous Fans” include Robert Griffin III, Justin Tuck, Russell Westbrook, Pele and Michael Phelps. (Photos by Bebeto Matthews/The Associated Press, Diane Bondareff/Invision for SUBWAY/The Associated Press)
It’s Rafael Nadal’s birthday today, so he received this fancy birthday cake at the French Open on Monday. Don’t eat it all yourself, Rafa. (Photo: MARTIN BUREAU/AFP/Getty Images)
Contestants in the men’s race chase a cheese down the steep gradient of Cooper’s Hill during the annual Bank Holiday tradition of cheese-rolling on Monday in Brockworth, Gloucestershire, England.
Although no longer a officially organized event since 2009, thousands of spectators still gathered to watch contestants from around the world tumbling down the 200m slope, which has a 1:1 gradient in parts, in a series of races that are said to date back hundreds of years, with the winner of each receiving a cheese. Injuries such as broken arms and legs are commonplace. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)
HOPE YOU HAD LUNCH ALREADY: Subway made a statue out of sandwich materials of Georgia linebacker (and potential top NFL draft pick) Jarvis Jones. It is mildly terrifying. Maybe because we aren’t raisin people — his dreadlocks are made of 1,000 of them. (Photos: Diane Bondareff/Invision for SUBWAY/AP Images; Bebeto Matthews/The Associated Press)
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This is what 20-year old McJordan sauce looks like.
A man who used to own McDonald’s restaurants in North Dakota is about $10,000 richer after selling a 20-year-old container of McJordan barbeque sauce to a buyer in Chicago.
The sauce was used on McJordan Burgers, named for basketball icon Michael Jordan. The promotional item was sold in limited markets for a short time in the 1990s, when Jordan led the Chicago Bulls to six NBA championships.
Mort Bank, of Bismarck, saved the gallon jug of sauce after selling his McDonald’s restaurants in Bismarck-Mandan and Minot in 1996.
“It was in my basement and I would look at it occasionally,” he told The Bismarck Tribune. “I thought it would be worth something someday.”
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(Photos are from Ebay listing)