There are seven dirty words you can’t say on the radio and, apparently, you can’t say them in the stands of your kindergartner’s baseball game either.
Let us know if you’ve ever seen anything this strange.
Tyler Hamilton tells CBS’s 60 Minutes that he and other members of the U.S. Postal Service team led by Armstrong used banned substances, including EPO and testosterone. Armstrong’s denials always seemed to center on the fact that he “never failed a drug test” . . . not exactly a clean denial, more like legalese.
Yes, the Buckeyes will save a little money now, but how much will The Vest cost them in the long run? Time to fall on the sword for OSU, Tressel.
Likely, she got tired of only being able to order from the Dollar Menu.
“Before I knew it, he had unzipped my pants and put his hand, then mouth, on an area that has haunted me for life.”
Someone’s not happy with being photographed for a mug shot.
Why would they want a blonde with big breasts in a movie? Oh yeah. (Earlier Post)
As some of you have no doubt already noticed, this site is changing. Less clutter, less advertising and hopefully more content. It just feels like we need to make a change, move in a new direction and try something different. After 11 years (which is close to 100 in Web Years) it’s probably past time. We are taking a step forward at the same time we take a look backward….
According to reports, the coach, 29, and the girl had “relations” in a number of different locations including his home, her home, several motels, a parking lot on the North Side and–wait for it–the garage of a North Side home.
Freshmen girl’s basketball coach Brittni Nicole Colleps also allegedly exchanged explicit texts with the boys.
It’s unclear how many were athletes, but one someone is held down and anther person rubs their buttocks and genitals in the victim’s face, you can be assured the school will take action. The carnage in this case: five boys expelled (those who participated), eight more suspended (for watching and not stopping it) and one senior who will receive his diploma, but not get to walk at graduation. (TDN)