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Carry on, while I carry on: Seattle Seahawk Richard Sherman has clarified his post-game rant that he was “the best corner in the game! … Don’t you ever talk about me!”

Sherman, in a commentary posted on Sports Illustrated’s MMQB blog said he meant to say: “I’m the best corner in the game. Please, continue talking about me.”

See the groom still waiting at the altar: A new twist on insurance policies protects high-end weddings against inclement weather, illness and even the cold feet of bride or groom.

The insurance companies, however, were only willing to go so far and have refused to indemnify couples for the mental duress and embarrassment caused by friends and relatives participating in “The Chicken Dance” at wedding receptions.

Space squawk: The space probe Rosetta woke from its three-year slumber as the European Space Agency prepared it for an attempted landing on a comet. Looking to attract followers, the probe tweeted “Hello, World,” in different languages.

But Rosetta got more retweets for a later comment: “I’m the best probe in space! Don’t you talk about me!”

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