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Wrigley South
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Name: Chandler Gray
Location: ATL
Gender: Male,
AIM: WrigleySouth
Member since: November 12, 2005
Last visit: March 11, 2006

Wrigley South has posted 16 links and 105 comments to SportsFilter and 0 links and 0 comments to the Locker Room.

Sports Bio

Cubs Fan in ATL. I cried when Sandberg retired. I was in college. Segue to college...How 'bout Them Dawgs? Staying in ATL...How 'bout Them Falcons?

Recent Links

Father of former ASU player sues: ASU for not controlling his son? This is almost as stupid as that lady spilling coffee on herself and suing McDonalds because she got burned. The kid was college aged. He should be able to control whether or not he should go to a bar.

posted by Wrigley South to football at 10:41 AM on March 08 - 52 comments

2006 NFL Mock Draft: The order is out. 1. Houston 2. New Orleans 3. Tennessee 4. New York Jets 5. Green Bay 5. Oakland/SF 7. SF/Oakland 8. Buffalo 9. Detroit 10. Arizona What do these guys need, who will they take?

posted by Wrigley South to football at 01:18 PM on January 05 - 51 comments

Bears OL'men Fined 50G's Each: Fred Miller and Olin Kreutz were fined 50 LARGE each for fighting.

posted by Wrigley South to football at 01:14 PM on December 09 - 18 comments

Coaches Ranking Picks: The Coaches get to make out their own top 25 each week. Take a look at some of these WEAK picks. (Spurrier has a mediocre at best team and still does obnoxious $hit)

posted by Wrigley South to football at 12:13 AM on December 09 - 3 comments

Nice Trade Roundup: An article that covers the Winter Meetings and FA signings.

posted by Wrigley South to baseball at 12:12 PM on December 08 - 20 comments

Recent Comments

Japan Vs. Cuba for Baseball Title Tonight

I was thinking DR and Venezula were going to be the two best

posted by Wrigley South at 11:17 AM on March 20

Kyle Busch becoming a problem?

DON'T MAKE FUN OF TONY! He is a great role model for us Fat Boys!

posted by Wrigley South at 07:00 AM on March 12

Cheerleaders grounded by new rules

http://news.yahoo.com/photos/ss/1756/im:/060310/483/a44378767099441ea02ab153697d1966 Someone ought to outlaw legs like that! Look like they could hurt a fellow!

posted by Wrigley South at 10:35 PM on March 11

Cheerleaders grounded by new rules

I had a cheerleader on top of me in college. Worked out great as far as I was concerned

posted by Wrigley South at 10:33 PM on March 11

Father of former ASU player sues

Hey Trox. Whether it is 200 degrees ot lukewarm, I hope you are smart enough not to pour it on yourself.

posted by Wrigley South at 11:50 AM on March 08

Shit, fan. Fan, shit.

Hey Grum, $hit, D@mn, pi$$, etc etc etc. Now that we have killed "rationale discourse" and "Intelligent discussion" out of the way, we may all tell the truth. Chandler

posted by Wrigley South at 01:29 PM on March 07

Shit, fan. Fan, shit.

Not to excuse Barry, Sammy or Big Mac, but were any of those things they took or supposedly took against MLB rules at the time? (yes they may have been against the law of the state they lived in, but if NBA tested for an illegal substance, say marijuana, the coaches would have to put on unis and pick four other guys from the stands to round out thestarting line ups. In my opinion, the NBA is the biggest crock of crap in pro sports) I do photography on the side, and I am willing to do anything legal to grow my business. For Bonds, Sammy and Big Mac, their business is contingent on their success in baseball Is it right? No. Do I see why they tried to take every little advantage they could? Yes. BTW Valium, Ty Cobb was not only a racist, but also probably a murderer. He pistol whipped a guy. The guy died from the injuries sustained. Chandler

posted by Wrigley South at 01:26 PM on March 07

Two Vikings claim discrimination.

I bet Oakland. Those idiots will take ANY-CRIMINAL-ONE!

posted by Wrigley South at 02:38 PM on March 02

Former Falcons offensive lineman Claridge dies at 27

Hey Cody, I do feel for you. I remember when the balloon went up in Somolia. When the UN was pulling out of Mogadishu my brother (who was a Lance Corporal Marine Infantryman) was put on a ship and sent to Somolia. He was on the ground for a short while at the Mogadishu Airport while the UN loaded up. His unit took and returned fire on a few occaisions. He got home fine. I was more than a little worried and I am torn when the US intervenes in other countries, but we (as the most powerful country in the world) are saddled with the responsibility of being the world's policeman. It isn't fun and sometimes I think it isn't right, but the world's business is our business and I knew all along that Eric joined voluntarily and did whet he felt was right. I wish peace and comfort on you and the family of your friend. Tell them I empathize with their sacrifice and I wish to thank them and him for his service. Chandler

posted by Wrigley South at 11:28 AM on March 02

Former Falcons offensive lineman Claridge dies at 27

USC? What about me? I am the fourth person to teach in this classroom in the last 8 years. 2 have died and one lost her husband (who was in his early 30's) in that time. It makes me paranoid.

posted by Wrigley South at 01:16 PM on March 01

This is your ballplayer and this is your ballplayer on 'roids. Any questions?

Cody, Not to defend Barry, but I think most of us wuold like to be famous and make big $. Big $? 377 dollars? I was referring to the 7 mil a year or whatever it is that Barry gets paid.

posted by Wrigley South at 10:24 AM on March 01

This is your ballplayer and this is your ballplayer on 'roids. Any questions?

Not to defend Barry, but I think most of us wuold like to be famous and make big $. The reality is that being famous is so overrated that you couldn't believe it. (Not that I am famous, but trust me, I know) The guy can't leave his house without someone wanting to talk to him whether it be a reporter or a fan or some hustler. I really always wanted to be famous myself, until I met some folks who were. That maybe the last thing I would ever wish on someone. A$$ or not, I believe I would want people to leave me alone too (Sports reporters can be obnoxious and they do ask Stupid questions sometimes.)

posted by Wrigley South at 08:18 AM on March 01

Polar bear interrupts hockey game: Mom takes matters into her own hands;

Silly Canadian Bear. You should know how they are about their hokey, eh?

posted by Wrigley South at 05:43 AM on February 22

Darren Daulton, Moonbat

I thought catching was just bad on your knees. Dutch did wear a helmet didn't he?

posted by Wrigley South at 04:26 PM on February 17

Fighting Artichokes?

How about the San Fran U. Dons

posted by Wrigley South at 11:07 AM on February 15