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  1. Met a chick that wanted me to give her a hot carl!.......I declined
  2. do's and donts when meeting a huddler

    Thanks Bunz for reminding me. I was pretty drunk at the time.
  3. Speedo's

  4. A truly sad day in pro wrestling

    WWE® Shocked At Latest Developments In Benoit Tragedy, Concerned By Sensationalistic Reporting Written: June 26, 2007 STAMFORD, Conn., June 26, 2007 – World Wrestling Entertainment is stunned and saddened by the details released by local authorities concerning the double homicide-suicide involving Chris Benoit, his wife, Nancy, and his son, Daniel. However, WWE is concerned with the sensationalistic reporting and speculation being undertaken by some members of the media following the press conference held by the Fayette County Sheriff’s Department and the District Attorney. During the press conference, the investigating authorities made the following points, all of which run contrary to the media speculation that "roid rage" was a factor in the senseless murders and suicide: 1. The authorities stated that all drugs found in the house were believed to be legal prescriptions. 2. Steroids were not, and could not, be related to the cause of death (asphyxiation). Authorities had no factual basis to speculate as to Benoit’s state of mind, and rightly did not do so. 3. Toxicology tests have not even been completed, so there is no current evidence that Benoit even had steroids or any other substance in his body. In that regard, on the last test done on Benoit by WWE's independently administered drug testing program, done on April 10, 2007, Benoit tested negative. 4. The physical findings announced by authorities indicate deliberation, not rage. The wife's feet and hands were bound and she was asphyxiated, not beaten to death. By the account of the authorities, there were substantial periods of time between the death of the wife and the death of the son, again suggesting deliberate thought, not rage. The presence of a Bible by each is also not an act of rage. 5. WWE strongly suggests that it is entirely wrong for speculators to suggest that steroids had anything to do with these senseless acts, especially when the authorities plainly stated there is no evidence that Benoit had steroids in his body, pending the toxicological reports, and that they had no evidence at this time as to the motive for these acts. WWE is continuing to monitor the ongoing investigation being conducted by local authorities.
  5. all-time a favorite NFL players

    Dan Pastorini
  6. What shows have you caught up on?

    Rescue Me
  7. new Cowboys stadium?

    Click on Click here
  8. Fergie

    This a ruff crowd
  9. Fergie

    Just roll her over and do her doggie.
  10. PacMan facing possible life-time ban?

    He just suffers from small man syndrome.
  11. Culpepper all but gone

    USA Today Latest notes Jun. 8, 2007 - 12:38 p.m. ET Daunte Culpepper was escorted off the field at Dolphins practice by the team's director of security. That would indicate Culpepper has likely been traded or released. The most likely destination is Jacksonville, and we are hearing rumors that a trade is near, but we cannot get additional confirmation at this time. Any trade would have to wait for Culpepper to pass a physical, so official word may not come for some time.
  12. Ok, golfers......

    Longest 517 yards, by Mike Crean of Denver, Colorado, in 2002 This is more amazing.
  13. To the smokers... that want to quit.

    I quit a year ago May 11th. Smoked for 30+ years. Good luck Thews it can be done.
  14. Sopranos

    Here you go