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>> Tuesday, July 14, 2009



Diamond Dave would own you!

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Disagreeing with Gary...

After reading Gary's blog about the worst first pitch in the history of baseball, I'm not sure the Mayor of Cinncinatti takes the crown. I have no idea who this guy is throwing out this pitch but if you listen to the real men of genius song overlaying the video it will surely leave you in tears. Check it out. You decide which is worse...the Mayor or this guy?


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President Obama Takes the Mound ...







President Obama will be putting the nation on hold Tuesday night to throw the first pitch at the 2009 All-Star game. The President has stated he would like to warm-up a little bit before taking the mound and based on prior celebrities' throwing the first pitch who can blame him. We all remember the mayor of Cincinnati's first pitch not long ago.



One might argue the mayor is slightly cross-eyed! This has to be the worst first pitch in history. Surely the President will do better than this. President Obama will then take a seat in the broadcast booth for the bottom of the second inning. Like David Letterman said, "You know the economy is bad when the President has to take on a second job."

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An Appeal, You're Kidding Bobby...





Bobby Bowden and Florida State are seeking an appeal in regards to the 14 victories that were stripped by the NCAA for academic fraud. Bowden, whom possesses 382 victories, sits one win behind Joe Paterno on the all-time wins list.

I guess Bobby doesn't realize how serious of a violation they committed. It wasn't one player that committed academic fraud, it was 61! Sixty-freaking-one players cheated on their online music course examination. I mean, shit, that's basically your whole damn team, chief. Perhaps you should attempt to get better control of the thugs that patrol your field, or maybe you should have just hired Myron Rolle to tudor the dumb-asses. I'm sure an Oxford scholar could help some retards learn the terms flute, clarinet and tuba.

My goodness, how illiterate do you have to be to cheat on an ONLINE music course examination? I'm pretty sure Teddy down at the local chop and shop who struggles to spell the world THE could pass that class....or maybe even this fella..



That's right, Bobby. Your players IQ levels are on par with Ronnie Rutherford from youtube. Smart bunch you have down there in Tallahassee.

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Probably a good thing I'm not a GM...





Because there is no way in hell that I would give Matt Cassel 28 million dollars in gauranteed money. Cassel had a decent year last year for a player who had not started a game since highschool. Think about what he had around him though, Randy Moss and Wes Welker, a great offensive line, great coach, etc. and he still could not get this team into the playoffs. If Tom Brady would have been healthy last year, I would go ahead and penciled them into the superbowl for a second straight year.

So now Matt Cassel plays for the Kansas City Chiefs and has a shaky offensive line and no Tony Gonzalez to bail him out this year. We'll see what Matt can do with this offense next year. I may be wrong, he might come out and light up the AFC West and I'll be eating my words.

If I were the GM of the Chiefs though, I would have paid him the 14 million this year and seen how he handled the pressure before I handed him the keys to my franchise for the next 5 or 6 years. There must have been a reason that Cassel hadn't started since highschol, right?

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Babe of the Day!





Old School Britney Spears....doesn't get much better!

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A.I. to the Clips??





Allen Iverson's 2009 season had less than a desirable outcome for the 10-time All-Star. Iverson was traded from the Denver Nuggets to the Detroit Pistons and was limited to 57 games due to injury. This off-season he has had several potential suitors, but the Clipper's appear to the most serious possibility.

The Clipper's are willing to offer the aging veteran a full mid-level exception on a one year contract and the potential of a Baron Davis and Allen Iverson backcourt has to be intriguing for the veteran.

The Clipper's, whom are best known for the terrible front office moves and unwillingness to spend any change, are attempting to improve a roster that struggled through another terrible season. The additions of Blake Griffin and Allen Iverson could help provide them with some form of legitimacy in the monster Western Conference.

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