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Posted on: February 14, 2010 10:51 pm
 

The Winter Olympics!

The Winter Olympics, zzzzz. No seriously, its ok. The Winter games cant touch the summer games, but hey it's sports! There are a few good stories and athletes to root for. If you have someone to root for, post why?
Category: Olympic Games
Posted on: February 5, 2010 11:33 pm
 

COMCAST ID EVIL!


I grew up on hockey people. But I've lost touch I guess. They use to have Flyers games on UPN 57, but now it's stictly on Comcast Cable. The best is that Comcast Cable owns the Flyers. Sweet deal, but I used to buy Jerseys and go to Fylers games, I don't want cable, so the Flyers lost a customer. Cable is Evil, hahahha I'm stealing wireless right now too!
Category: NHL
Tags: Flyers
 
Posted on: January 16, 2010 11:35 am
 

Mark Mcgwire is an idiot!

McGwire is an idiot. Ok, lets break it down....let's say, just for arguments sake, that steroids do not make you hit the ball with more power, or for a higher average. It absolutely helps you recover from injury, according to Mcquire himself! Ok Mark, so while your peers were all sidelined with torn ligaments, groin, hamstring, etc, you juiced up and got back on the feild! That gave you an at least an extra 400 at bats over the five years you juiced up. That equals an extra 75 home runs over that span. Also, Mcgwire ADMITTED that the year he broke the record, he would not have even been on the feild if not for steroids! Then he says that 'roids didn't help him hit home runs? News flash: YOU CAN NOT HIT HOME RUNS FROM THE BENCH!

Same for Barry Bonds. How many games would he have missed while his body recovered from injury like everyone elses? Let's keep it real, more power equals less fly ball outs, which means higher batting average. More power equals more home runs. Steroids help your body recover quickly from injury which keeps you IN THE GAMES and not on the bench. To say that you juiced, but it didn't help you hit home runs is a joke!
Category: MLB
Posted on: December 4, 2009 9:36 pm
 

Allen Iverson

Allen Iverson

Heeeeeeeee's baaaack! AI, the real AI, The Answer. Back in PTown. can you say instant stud! Sell outs every night. AI showed during his press conference why we Philadelphians love him; he's all heart, and speaks from the heart. UNLIKE UNCLE DONOVAN-Middle Class-McNabb, AI loves this city and has always considered it a privelege to play here. Donovan acts like the fans owe him something, not that he's ever won anything. And AI comes up HUGE in the spotlight, where the other guy comes up small. Welcome back AI
Category: NBA
Posted on: November 17, 2009 7:31 pm
 

Top 10 classic jerseys from any sport

You can always rock a....

1. Magic Johnson Lakers
2. Montana 49ers
3. Jordan Bulls
4. Dan Marino Dolphins
5. LT San Diego
6. Dan Fouts Chargers (baby blue)
7. Dr. J Sixers
8. C-Webb Michigan Fab 5
9. Joe Namath Jets
10. Jordan North Carolina

Please give your top 10 jersey of all time
Category: General
Tags: jerseys
 
Posted on: October 9, 2009 10:38 pm
 

McNasty is back!

Time to burn off a few W's! Starting with Tampa Bay and their inept offense. Hey Birds, say hi to Pat Burrell for us in Tampa!
Category: NFL
Posted on: August 28, 2009 8:38 pm
 

Vick looked real good in his NFL debut!

Vick was 4 for 4 and looked sharp. It didn't take long for Donovan to start hating and wanting all the reps. Look for Vick to take over the Eagles by years end!
Category: NFL
Tags: Eagles, McNabb, Vick
 
Posted on: August 13, 2009 10:34 pm
 

Here we go Philly!

What in the world is going on in P-town? Reid and Banner, usually conservative, have taken a huge gamble by signing this guy! Can he play tight end? The last I looked we have a super stud QB. Is this a value move? If he proves worthy is he trade bait for next year, or is Kolb out and Vick being our new #2? Do we run a wilcat offense now and implement a new offense during the season? What do you guys think is the plan here?
 
 
 
 
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