The condo in the Sugar Loaf Building that the "Pirates of the Caribbean" Orland Bloom called home has sold for $7.1 million, just under the $7.25 million asking price. It's a beautiful place with a rich history of hosting star-studded celebrities.
Having an offense that turns the ball over at a record pace sucks. Losing your $100 million quarterback and having to replace him with a rookie who‘s last big win came in a Napoleon Dynamite doppelganger contest is a bummer. But having fans call for your job through a Taylor Swift parody, well that just plain hurts.