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He is as technically sound in his pitching fundamentals as Ron Artest is in his basketball game. Seriously. Check out Ron when he rebounds, when he gets his steals and when he charges into the stand to attack season-ticket-holding-fans... ...Which is not to say that he is as slow as Brad Miller on the basketball court. Taking the easy money that baseball offers as opposed to the non-guarantees that football contracts offer is a no-brainer... ...however, he is no 'Neon Deion'. In fact coming up with a moniker for Jeff Szmeaiderkajlkjalh will be tough. Perhaps Cromide, Hydrogen, Lithium, Einsteinium or Bromide has a chance of raising its popularity by being connected to a famous athlete?
posted by pbrandguru at 08:42 PM on January 19
Perhaps this story about Kwame Brown's (Ricky Guatemala) incident incident with a late night chocolate cake is better understood in lieu of Ron Mexico's recent trails...
posted by pbrandguru at 02:12 PM on January 19
Weed is not a performance enhancer- right (unless you are playing XBOX or in an eating competition)? This might help to explain Senor Mexico's recent play... Jeremy Kenya
posted by pbrandguru at 02:02 PM on January 19
Mark comments in this article about the 'inferiority complex' that hockey is suffering from and that it is related to the NBA; In related news he told football and baseball to stop picking on its brothers and encouraged NASCAR to look deep into a mirror and repeat the affirmation, "I am good enough, strong enough and darnit, people like me."
posted by pbrandguru at 12:57 PM on January 16
I sit here with a need for some glue, and there is a perfectly sick horse still alive? What has this world come to!
posted by pbrandguru at 12:55 PM on January 11
I noticed that this was posted under the 'entertainment' section of CBS News... does this make Barbaro the biggest celebrity horse since Mr. Ed?
posted by pbrandguru at 03:10 PM on January 10
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