Morning, dudes. Here's the latest in crazy/cool stuff (and bad hair days) from around the Internet on Tuesday, November 24, 2015:
Trash Talking Trump: Conor "The Notorious" McGregor had some choice words for Donald Trump after hearing that The Donald was "glad" that Ronda Rousey lost her big fight to Holly Holm. "Donald Trump can shut his big, fat mouth," the Irish interim UFC featherweight champion spat at a TMZ cameraman who approached him at LAX. "I don't give a fuck about Donald Trump."
McGregor also had some words of support for Rousey. "Defeat is the secret ingredient to success," he said. "True champions can conquer that, overcome it and come back. So I wish her all the best and that's it."
Fighting Irish: Speaking of brawlers from the Emerald Isle, the Dublin and Galway hurling teams got into an old-fashioned donnybrook during the AIG Fenway Hurling Classic at Fenway Park on Sunday, and yet somehow everyone was reasonably restrained enough to not take a hack with their hurleys. (Hurling, a classical Gaelic game, is not to be confused with curling, the Canadian export involving rocks, ice, and furious sweeping.)
The Spite Audible: Peyton Manning has his famous "Omaha!" pre-snap audible. Tom Brady's latest addition to the lexicon? "Rex Ryan," which he shouted against Ryan's Buffalo Bills on Monday night, signaling a run to the right. Apparently Ryan dislikes runs to the right, and apparently the Patriots dislike Rex Ryan. [FOX Sports]
Firefox Smolders: Two of the venerable browser's resource-hogging features—tab groups and complete themes—are getting axed in an effort to speed up its performance, Mozilla announced. [PC World]
Hot Warriors: Led by an incendiary Stephen Curry, the Golden State Warriors have tied the NBA record for the best performance to start the season, notching 15 wins over as many games. The defending NBA champs have tied the 1993-94 Houston Rockets and the 1948-49 Washington Capitols.
Truck Stick: Patriots running back James White absolutely crushed Bills defensive back Corey Graham with a stiff-arm Monday night, then evaded Graham's last-grasp tackle en route to a 20-yard touchdown. [NFL]
Say It Ain't So!: The E. coli outbreak that sickened Chipotle customers has spread to restaurants in four additional states (New York, California, Ohio, and Minnesota), CNN reports. The fast-casual chain says it has deep-cleaned all the restaurants linked to the outbreak, that "the source of the problem appears to have been contained," and that "no Chipotle employees in any states have had E. Coli stemming from this incident.
Set Your DVR: The CW announced January premiere dates for four shows: DC's Legends of Tomorrow and The 100 will debut Jan. 21, while The Originals and The Vampire Diaries are slated to return Jan. 29. [Entertainment Weekly]
"Make Big Banks Hurt": Paramount just dropped the latest trailer for The Big Short, the big-screen adaptation of Michael Lewis's 2008 book. In the movie, Christian Bale, Brad Pitt, Steve Carell, and Ryan Gosling go to battle against America's financial empires—and all good hair sense. (Seriously, guys, what in the hell were the real-life heroes of this story thinking with these haircuts? Were they thinking about haircuts at all? Presumably not, because true financial geniuses have bad hair!)