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boogie hands

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  1. the last fight i tried to get in was with two douchebags who were acting up at a house show. i got one shot off and went for the other guy before it was broken up. general consensus was that they should have gotten their asses beaten and tossed out on the road but i still felt like an asshole afterwards. im pretty much down with never having to fight anyone again in my life.
  2. i love tennis. i also enjoy running. i guess im into "gay" sports but whatever....its no more gay than body sculpting.
  3. mossberg "just in case" shotgun....this is on my "things to buy in the near future" list. around $300 bucks and much more compact than the 12 gauge im currently sporting. im not a paranoid gun nut by any means but i like having one around the house.
  4. jt got his start by winning a "smack off". true story.
  5. jackass 2.5 starring: anyone who watches jackass 2.5 this stuff was great for a while but people getting hit while other dudes laugh and wince has a shelf life of about a year. it was pretty much played after the cky video and the first run of the series.
  6. bump jim rome. dude is really funny in an arrogant way.
  7. i saw this thread title before i got into channel zero and was like "oh look, bloodfart started a thread". anyway...pizza and thrash is the new pb&j.
  8. i was thumbing through my "who gives a shit" file this morning and saw this. sucks for dude.
  9. this is truth. ill get down on irish coffee all morning if need be.
  10. ....just got my girlfriends coffee mixed up with mine. i dont know how she drinks that shit. <------ bummed the fuck out.
  11. if the giants can beat the pats ill be a fan for life. no more carolina, no more cleveland. not even kidding. i DO NOT want to hear about their undefeated season for the next 30 years.
  12. FUCK YES!!! time to close the laptop, order a pizza and watch two awesome football games....
  13. fingers are crossed that the pats take an L today. thats all im concerned with at this point.
  14. my lady wants to see this...im not so sure..... ...speaking of abortion, we are going to see lake of fire in a couple of days. ive been looking forward to seeing this film for a while...its not going to be fun but its certainly going to be important.
  15. god, i hate the pats so much. i need the chargers to pull it out tomorrow. no joke.
  16. ...please do yourself a favor and go see this movie. this is by far one of the best films i have seen in a long, long time. i woke up with that feeling you have after youve been to a really good rock show and may just end up seeing this again tonight. <----- geeking the fuck out. fresh air with pt anderson - http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=17401674 interview with paul dano - http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=17926946
  17. i heard the best review of this movie on npr. its along the lines of "this movie is horrible and has nothing to offer anyone. fuck cloverfield. i cant believe i had to watch that shit.". for the full verison click the link below. seriously...it had me rolling. http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=18228030
  18. as long as you have a bit of humidity, cork contact with the wine, no light hitting the bottles and a temp of about 65 degrees or lower youre fine. ps - with those points in mind, walk into your local wine store and marvel at the upright bottles being blazed by the sun coming through the front window. how you can sell wine and not know thats a bad idea is beyond me. anyway...dont shop at those places.
  19. when i was younger my friends and i used to play this joke on eachother called "dudes, come here and check this out!". thats where you look up something like 69ing grandmothers, women deep throating turd, bestiality, etc and then call all your friends over to check out "the hot chick you just found". anyway....me and about 5 other people played this for about a year so im kind of jaded on this stuff. in hindsight is should have taught myself HTML or something. oh well.
  20. nice post pistol. yosemite is definitely an amazing place.
  21. thats what happens when you ride a boogie board. fruits.
  22. ....seriously, dudes are doing roids just to perfect their "look". wow. http://www.nytimes.com/2008/01/15/arts/music/15hiph.html Jeepers, Rappers, Where’d You Get Those Arms and Torsos? By BEN SISARIO Published: January 15, 2008 When news surfaced over the weekend that 50 Cent, Wyclef Jean, Timbaland and other rap stars had been implicated in a steroids investigation, some hip-hop fans were shocked, but to many in the industry the accusations seemed inevitable. Although public accusations of steroid and human-growth-hormone use by rappers and R&B stars — like Mary J. Blige, who was also named in the investigation, according to a report in The Times Union of Albany — are all but unheard of, the latest news struck a chord about the increasing pressure on these performers to maintain perfect, even superhuman physiques as a part of their overall image and brand. “The spectacle of hip-hop now is so much greater than it’s ever been,” said Jeff Chang, the author of the hip-hop history “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop.” “There’s always the battle aesthetic at work, this idea that you’re going to go up there and show that you’re badder than everybody else. It’s part of the swagger that hip-hop carries.” The investigation, by the Albany County district attorney’s office, has focused on doctors who illegally prescribe drugs for nonmedical purposes. None of the celebrities have been accused of breaking the law, though The Times Union, citing anonymous sources, reported that the stars have received packages of prescribed steroids and human-growth hormone at their homes, at hotels around the country and at the offices of a Long Island chiropractor. But the recent news highlights an issue that has long been whispered about in hip-hop as some performers have leaned ever more heavily on a Schwarzeneggerian body as part of their public image. The producer and rapper Timbaland, whose real name is Tim Mosley, weighed more than 300 pounds before his dramatic turnaround a few years ago, when he began a rigorous exercise regime and transformed himself into a bodybuilder, dropping more than 100 pounds in the process. Representatives for Timbaland and 50 Cent did not respond to requests for comment yesterday. A spokeswoman for Ms. Blige said that the singer had never taken steroids, and a spokeswoman for Columbia Records had no comment about Wyclef Jean. Anabolic steroids and human growth hormone can have immediately visible results in rappers as in athletes, decreasing fat tissue and increasing muscle. But the long-term consequences of the growth hormone can be severe, said Dr. Alvin M. Matsumoto of the University of Washington and the Veterans Affairs Puget Sound Health Care System. “If you take it in excessive amounts, it will stimulate a lot of soft-tissue growth, make the jaws larger,” Dr. Matsumoto said. “There could be a lot of the manifestations of organ enlargement — heart enlargement, liver enlargement. All tissues are enlarged, basically, because of growth-hormone stimulation. And that’s not good.” Talk has swirled about many rappers who have maintained suspiciously Olympian musculatures. But for 50 Cent, in particular, the news could affect his business. A former boxer, he has long promoted himself as fit and abstemious. He also has a line of vitamin water sold through Glacéau, which was bought by Coca-Cola last year for $4.1 billion. “The marketing of the images is so key now to so many different bottom lines,” Mr. Chang said. “Not just the music industry, but a whole range of consumer products. Your body is your brand and you’ve got to maintain that image. The machoness and braggadoccio, that’s always been a part of hip-hop. What’s different at the highest levels of the money game in hip-hop is the size of it all.” How the allegations will be received by fans, however, is far from clear. Illegal or unsavory behavior carries little stigma in some corners of the hip-hop world. And troubles with the law can even help the all-important celebrity story line. “Fans watch these people like they are watching movies,” Danyel Smith, editor of Vibe magazine, said. These kind of controversies, she added “are considered another arc in the narrative. People will wait to see what good, and what tragedy, will come of it.”
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