Your morning roundup for June 21, the day we literally flushed money down the toilet. (Video h/t Disco Choo, and pay attention to Geovany Soto's face)
What we watched: The sudden, messy end to Jack Warner's run as FIFA vice president and CONCACAF president. The 68-year-old, who also serves as minister of works and transport in his native Trinidad and Tobago, resigned from his FIFA and CONCACAF posts yesterday amidst an investigation into a $1 million bribery scheme and charges that he'd tried to fix the FIFA presidential election on June 1 — which ended up fixed, anyway. It's nice, at first, to consider the move to be some kind of turning point for FIFA, which has always run on corruption instead of despite it — but it's clear that the investigation into Warner's dealings only took off because it so clearly threatened Sepp Blatter's career.