Friday morning. It’s been a long week but you are almost there. Just a few more calls, one more meeting and then the weekend and freedom awaits. We know you need a little extra boost to get you through the final day of the workweek and luckily, Poker Central and Death Wish Coffee have you covered. The world’s strongest coffee gives you a “Morning Perk,” bringing you the best of the internet from the past week.

“Life moves at you pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.”

The internet wasn’t around when Ferris Bueller gave everyone the perfect high school yearbook quote but his words are just as powerful as they were in the late 80’s. The internet, more often than not, moves faster than life itself and while we’re sure we missed some of it, these were our favorites from the past week.

When we left you Perk-less at the start of the summer, it was always customary to lead each “Morning Perk” with the trailer of a movie we are dying to see. So, here is a movie trailer to start you off but everyone should know, IT is not a movie I am dying to see. I hate scary movies and after getting 20 seconds into the newest IT trailer, I know better than to see this movie and subject myself to months of night terrors.

Coming into the season, no one expected much of the New York Yankees but then Aaron Judge happened and the Yankees, pre-All Star break, were one of the best teams in baseball. They’ve cooled off a little bit since that mid-season recess but they’re back near the top of the American League East standings, thanks to a walk-off home run by Brett Gardner on Thursday night.

The World Cup is still a summer away but the last two weeks have had their share of quality soccer matches. Club teams on world-wide tours and superstar transfers have dominated the headlines but the US Men’s National Team stole the show over the last week. After beating Costa Rica, something that has been easier said than done for the US, in the semi-finals of the 2017 Gold Cup, Jordan Morris scored a late go-ahead goal against Jamaica to clinch the cup and help the US continue to build momentum until the real show starts next summer.

The World Cup is still a year away and Zion Williamson, the 17-year-old that is the most talked about prep-star since LeBron James, is still a year away from graduating high school. This week, Williamson and LaMelo Ball faced off in an Adidas Uprising AAU game in Las Vegas. The gym was sold out and packed to capacity, the game was live streamed, with 1 million total views, and rightfully so, if Williamson can do things like this with such ease.

An Englishman bought a Ferrari for $200,000 and an hour later, skidded off the road and the Ferrari burst into flames. He was not injured, aside from some cuts and bruises, but his Ferrari is now toast. Stay safe this weekend, see everyone Monday.

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