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All these times I hear about someone killing them It makes me cringe, because in some sick way that's probably what they want. It would be vindication for them to die or be persecuted for their beliefs. Now, I would have no qualm if their church computers were found to be filled with the highest quality animal prons or even if a Donnie Darko type fire revealed a porn dungeon.
These bastards must be stopped here and now.
Good god. Watching this ceremony at Bud Walton. No way you could watch Austin Tate or Petrino's speech and not tear up.
That is so spot-on. And yet, couldn't you just visualize those two great big old kids, in a "haunted house", on halloween, screaming like a couple of little girls when the chain saw dude jumped out at them? Dear Jesus, life is so short. Cherish every moment.
I'll tell you what, anybody that doubts Bobby Petrino's sincerity and commitment to this state and football program after watching that eulogy can kiss my ass. I am all in.
Exactly. I want ESPN to show an outtake of the vigil tonight and show Petrino crying over a lost kid. Then I want them to issue a fucking apology for everything they ever said about his character. No one can deny he cares about his players.
Exactly. I want ESPN to show an outtake of the vigil tonight and show Petrino crying over a lost kid. Then I want them to issue a fricking apology for everything they ever said about his character. No one can deny he cares about his players.
Absofuckinglutely. If there was any moment that shows how the media can paint such a false perception of someone, seeing him tonight proves it.
Resonance...metal folding chairs or hard tile floors cannot be beaten when it comes to firing off a loud fart.
I am not claiming I am right, I am saying I don't get it.
Sounds like systolic heart failure . Could have been a genetic thing, or a medication mixup.It's a big killer of people like pro-wrestlers and others who abuse steroids, but I don't think that's the case here.
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