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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
yaah, I saw it once. Being amish, no cable, but chanced upon it at a friend's crib. Devolution is correct; keep your kids away from cable. Keep them away from the tube. Make them read, make them play outside, make them participate for real!
07/26/07 @ 20:28
Comment from: Brandon Tucker [Member] Email
What's worse, Who's Now? or NASCAR and Baseball highlights? Whatever you have to do to kill time before the fall...
07/26/07 @ 20:58
Comment from: 2under [Visitor] Email
I have to agree this "tournament" is a huge waste of time.

Who the hell cares who is more popular? We wonder why sports figures become unapproachable - we pay them tons of $$, and provide ridiculous pub.

Then we wonder why "stars" like Mike Vick seek excitement through barbaric practices like dogfighting, and Barry Bonds takes PED's. The more pub, the more $$. Let's not add to the hype.
07/27/07 @ 10:31
Comment from: alan [Visitor] Email
Brandon, I disagree...when you say whatever you fall into the trap...Kiel's right. Fight it.

Kiel, the espn guy responsible is glenn jacobs, a producer of sportscenter. Also, I dont know where I read it, but epsn has an ohmbudsman (the woman's name escapes me) and she called out the network hard about it. If you google it, you'll find it. Good job calling it out.
08/17/07 @ 13:01
There are only two ways of telling the complete truth--anonymously and posthumously.
11/25/10 @ 07:38
Comment from: yeni oyunlar [Visitor]
hey there i ve read your whole post.really thanks
12/31/10 @ 05:52
Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you, too, can become great.
01/15/11 @ 02:46

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