Daily Wrap 4.21.14: Inspiration here, inspiration elsewhere

Wrapping up the day that was from DJournal.com and elsewhere.

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Hot Click

Taylor inspires – The most-clicked story today was actually this month-old story about a Houston woman being charged with child abandonment, which judging by the analytics is due to the story showing up on Reddit. But also popular today is the piece on Tupelo High student body president Richard Taylor, who hasn’t let his deafness be an obstacle. Really cool story by Chris Kieffer.

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Big Development

Big loss for Rebels – He hasn’t left yet, but Ole Miss offensive lineman Austin Golson is seriously considering a transfer. He exited the spring as the No. 1 right tackle, so that would leave a big hole. Laremy Tunsil is really good, maybe he can play both tackle spots at once. Just a thought.

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Best of the Blogs

Orphan Black fans? (Scene Now) – Entertainment reporter Sheena Barnett has become a fan of the BBC America show “Orphan Black,” and she’s looking for fellow devotees with whom she can “geek out.” Sheena also lists other pop culture stuff she’s currently into, so check it out and up your hip quotient.

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Nation/World Highlights

Boston strong – The Boston Marathon went off without a hitch today, with some 32,000 folks running the course. American Meb Keflezighi won the men’s title. Terrorism loses again.

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Talk It Out

Do you enjoy yard work? I loathe it.

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