Aaron Hernandez Patriot Jerseys Selling Big Time on eBay


Facing charges for the murder of an acquaintance–to which he’s pleaded not-guilty–former Patriots’ tight end Aaron Hernandez can only hope he’s as popular with the judge as he is on eBay. A user on the auction site has placed a $1,003 bid on a Patriots jersey autographed by embattled player–with one day to go in the 3-day bid.

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Store-bought jerseys with the former NFL player’s No. 81 on them sold for $289 on eBay this weekend from people who originally bought the jerseys for $50-$100, according to the Boston Globe. Overall, there are 2,161 “Aaron Hernandez” items on site and, according to the Globe, “one man on Craigslist is offering to buy ‘anything’ related to Hernandez.”

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Supermarket Pulls Coloring Book Based on Horror Films Like ‘Psycho’


The Silence of the Lambs, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Jaws and A Clockwork Orange are all great for late-night chills, but the films aren’t typically shown to 5-year-olds.

British supermarket chain Tesco has announced that it is pulling a 16-page coloring book called Colour Me Good — Arrggghhhh!! from its stores after parents complained that the graphic scenes — based from horror films like Fatal Attraction, Hellraiser and Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining — aren’t fit for children. Perhaps the cover of the coloring book, which features actress Janet Leigh’s screaming face from the infamous shower scene from Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho, tipped them off.

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The book was being marketed on Tesco’s website as appropriate for children ages 5 to 8. According to the BBC, Tesco said the book had been placed in the wrong category when listed on its website by a third-party…

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