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At the End of the Day: Dropping the Ball, Record-Breaking Ebert and the Year in Review

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So much better than Skip Bayless

In case you ever wondered: The story about why New York drops a ball on New Years’ Eve (The Atlantic)

Despite his various illnesses, Roger Ebert reviewed more movies than ever before in 2012 (Vulture)

Remembering Oscar Madison, Sportswriter (Deadspin)

Predicting the best parody Twitter accounts of 2013 (Slacktory)

The year’s best news bloopers (YouTube)

Matt Shapiro’s annual supercut of the year’s best movie moments, featuring a bit more “Cloud Atlas” than you may have expected (Slate)

Counting down the year’s worst commercials (Warming Glow)

Of all the racial controversies about “Django Unchained,” you know you were just waiting for Armond White to weigh in (City Arts)

The Year in ESPN Being Dumb (Deadspin)

Along the same lines, the year’s worst sports media personalities (Sports on Earth)

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