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The Blacks will follow next week.
The Whites have arrived at the rally point. I repeat, the Whites have arrived at the rally point.The Blacks will follow next week. Word is they are sharp, and are the real deal with fight straps and everything.
Here's what's funny. They were hand sewn in a factory in the middle of North Carolina. I've been laughing all week thinking about the irony of that one.
Ya'll ever tried to suck a dick for 20 minutes? It isn't easy.
Chick in Office Depot asked me about my "Alabama" cap today.The first person who says to me "HEY! I didn't know Alabama had a hockey team!" is getting punched in the mouf.
Not the best pics ever. Who's got #89 Home? This one's yours...
That might be me, can't remember for sure. The player is a biomedical engineering major. It looks great. Thanks again!
LOL! Thank you Frank, Kevin, and Hootie for screwing up our emblems in 2000!
Well, they all deserve criticism for one reason or the other, and all who had a hand for all the dogbone logos and popcorm snot hog should be put in stocks on the public square and humiliated, but the "athletic modified Olde English 'A'" predates 2000 by several decades. I know every "official" Razorback baseball cap I've owned or seen since the late 70's has had that "A." I don't recall it being confused with the bama "A" until we joined the SEC. Even then, they don't look much alike at all when viewed side by side. If they wanted to distinguish it a ittle more, they could duplicate the Oakland "A." It wouldn't be much of a change, really.
Definitely back in the day. If Ron Huery bangs your girlfriend recently, that is not cool.
I just had a look. That one is sainthog's. You've got #77 Road, Josh Kinnear.
Keep checking the 10-day forecast. The first 80-for-a-high day you spot, that's the day it'll arrive.
They should have gotten final payment by now, and the blacks should be on the move.
So any theories on why the bass team can put a hog on a shirt with a million sponsers and not have a problem?
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