There's an old Louis CK routine on defending the indefensible in which the US comedian considers responsibly harvested fish, and why it's acceptable to eat tuna, but not dolphin.
There is a scene in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid where the two outlaws are being tracked by an unknown posse with an uncannily good sense of direction.
It would be expecting too much to find Andrew Strauss beaming and communicative after his England team had slumped to their fourth consecutive loss of the winter.
Appointing Stuart Lancaster as England's head coach was, in the end, a no-brainer.
Graham Lee's reinvention of himself as a Flat jockey, announced on Tuesday, seems certain to mean the end of his highly successful career over obstacles, which included victory in the Grand National and three wins at the Cheltenham Festival in 2005, when he was top rider at the meeting.
It is doubtful whether any of the English batsmen would have been brave enough or foolish enough to articulate what many were thinking when England started their pursuit of 340 runs for victory.
This was worse than the UAE, much worse.
Tiger Woods is a winner again, the new favourite for the coming Masters at Augusta and, perhaps most significantly, the man to beat in golf.
Two Lancastrians now share fifth place in the list of English wicket-takers.
Tiger Woods said his willingness to reconstruct his golf swing “in front of the world” is proof of a continued determination to win major championships.
Rapper Machine Gun Kelly took a powerbomb off the stage from Kevin Owens on last night's Raw.
Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman returned on last night's episode of Monday Night Raw!