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KCChiefsFan88
12-02-2005, 06:33 PM
http://www.philly.com/mld/philly/news/columnists/13308224.htm



Chiefs running back Larry Johnson, who has racked up four straight 100-yard rushing performances, is thrilled with his workload in Kansas City, but he's not so thrilled with the town. The former Penn State star said he doesn't feel comfortable with the people there, that they don't accept his personality, his tattoos or the way he dresses.

"I love this team," he said. "I love my teammates. I'm just very uncomfortable with the people here and the way they see me and the way they sometimes treat me. It has nothing to do with football. It has to do with when I'm out on the town." Of the KC citizenry, he said: "Everybody's old. It's like the Bush Republican crowd."

Taco John
12-02-2005, 06:36 PM
Awesome find.

tommykat
12-02-2005, 06:36 PM
http://www.philly.com/mld/philly/news/columnists/13308224.htm



Chiefs running back Larry Johnson, who has racked up four straight 100-yard rushing performances, is thrilled with his workload in Kansas City, but he's not so thrilled with the town. The former Penn State star said he doesn't feel comfortable with the people there, that they don't accept his personality, his tattoos or the way he dresses.

"I love this team," he said. "I love my teammates. I'm just very uncomfortable with the people here and the way they see me and the way they sometimes treat me. It has nothing to do with football. It has to do with when I'm out on the town." Of the KC citizenry, he said: "Everybody's old. It's like the Bush Republican crowd."

Whinney ass batch..........better pull it together or he will be treated 10 fold worse.

CosmicPal
12-02-2005, 06:36 PM
Maybe he should stop hanging out at the Bingo parlors and instead meet crazy women at the pubs.

Phobia
12-02-2005, 06:38 PM
Dude sure knows how to endear himself to a town. Wow.

tk13
12-02-2005, 06:44 PM
He said this like a week ago... but it seems to just now be making the rounds. I was surprised there hasn't been more outrage over it...

beer bacon
12-02-2005, 06:46 PM
He said this like a week ago... but it seems to just now be making the rounds. I was surprised there hasn't been more outrage over it...

I thought this did get press a couple weeks ago when he first said it. Afterwards he backed tracked on it.

Ultra Peanut
12-02-2005, 06:47 PM
He makes for some awesome quotes. ROFL

nychief
12-02-2005, 06:48 PM
I see his point.

Phobia
12-02-2005, 06:48 PM
Seemingly he's been saying something daily. It's really crazy. Shut up and run, Larry.

shaneo69
12-02-2005, 06:49 PM
I could've sworn I read this quote somewhere else, and the context in which he used the term "Bush Republicans" was aimed at someone other than Kansas Citians. Of course, if you're a Bush Republican, you still probably wouldn't have liked the quote.

tk13
12-02-2005, 06:50 PM
I thought this did get press a couple weeks ago when he first said it. Afterwards he backed tracked on it.
What do you know, you democratic hand puppet. Why don't you go put on your tinfoil hat and imagine cloud formations as alien spacecraft.

kcfanintitanhell
12-02-2005, 06:51 PM
Maybe he should stop hanging out at the Bingo parlors and instead meet crazy women at the pubs.

Yea, I did a Google and used old+Republican+Bush+Kansas City and Wesport never came up. Who woulda thunk?

Ultra Peanut
12-02-2005, 06:55 PM
What do you know, you democratic hand puppet. Why don't you go put on your tinfoil hat and imagine cloud formations as alien spacecraft.Bring back Jim.

Lonewolf Ed
12-02-2005, 06:55 PM
I could've sworn I read this quote somewhere else, and the context in which he used the term "Bush Republicans" was aimed at someone other than Kansas Citians. Of course, if you're a Bush Republican, you still probably wouldn't have liked the quote.

I am one and I was not offended. If I met Larry, I'd either say, "Great game last week," if it was a great game, or I'd say, "Go get 'em this Sunday." So he likes his tattoos. I don't like them which is why I don't have any. You can reach out to more conservatives, LJ; it's all good.

WilliamTheIrish
12-02-2005, 07:01 PM
I could've sworn I read this quote somewhere else, and the context in which he used the term "Bush Republicans" was aimed at someone other than Kansas Citians. Of course, if you're a Bush Republican, you still probably wouldn't have liked the quote.

You did.

It's from a Liz Merril article published 2 weeks ago.

Old news. But funny anyway.

shaneo69
12-02-2005, 07:03 PM
I seriously hope the Chiefs run this guy about 450 times the next couple years so that he's useful to us, but useless by the time he jumps ship and signs elsewhere as a FA.

Worse case scenario is he gets hurt and ruins his chances at a big payday.

But I would definitely pick up a RB in this years draft in case LJ gets hurt from the overuse.

MichaelH
12-02-2005, 07:04 PM
I have doubts he really said this. State College, PA isn't exactly Manhattan. I grew up 2 hours from there and went to Penn State. Great school and great town, but it aint hipsville, thank God!

KChiefsQT
12-02-2005, 07:10 PM
If he did say it... ROFL .

Skip Towne
12-02-2005, 07:11 PM
LJ doesn't have much tact but it is fun watching him run over people.

Dave Lane
12-02-2005, 08:17 PM
Dude sure knows how to endear himself to a town. Wow.

Well at least the restaurants maybe OK to LJ...

Dave

wazu
12-02-2005, 08:26 PM
It's really too bad that Kansas Citians can't all be young, liberal, woman beaters like Larry.

jettio
12-02-2005, 08:32 PM
LJ grows up in suburban Baltimore and when he gets an NFL job gets a house in the Johnson county suburbs.

If he wants to see a different crowd of people he ought to buy a house somewhere else.

Halfcan
12-02-2005, 09:18 PM
Once a thug gangsta loser-always one. This guy has to be the biggest pr#ck to ever wear the Red. I thought Elvis was bad-LJ makes him look like a white whinney crybaby.

Baby Lee
12-03-2005, 09:58 AM
You guys are missing the point. That was a veiled slam on Fiddy on behalf of his corporate daddy.

Mr. Laz
12-03-2005, 10:21 AM
Kansas is a conservatively dominated state ... he's not that far off.

KC Jones
12-03-2005, 10:22 AM
heh - maybe he's just now coming to the realization that unlike high school and college, real life is made up of people that range in age from 0 to 100.

Anyway, he's a dipshit but he can run the ball. As far as I'm concerned he can say whatever he wants - it's not like he's a QB and supposed to be the team leader or some kind of an icon. I'm sure he's outta here as soon as he's a FA. At least we should get a few good years out of his punk ass before then.

Fox River
12-03-2005, 10:53 AM
Being born and raised in another state I can see what he is saying. I do not fully agree or condone it though. The K and the C is not like most large metro areas. I have heard many call it Little Dallas Texas by some. With Dallas having the same problems that people in this City have. The Kansas City area is pretty much it's own State. It is not as conservative as Southern Missouri or as Liberal as the Saint Louis Metro. I have also heard it said that the there are only three things that set KC apart from Des Moines, Omaha, Tulsa, Springfield, Oklahoma City, and Wichita, and they are having a larger population, having the MLB, and having the NFL. The rest Missouri are fans of Saint Loius Teams. The Royals and Chiefs are followed only in Kansas City and a few of the smaller areas around. It is more of a regional following. Some of the other teams in Missouri can enjoy a Statewide following and include other States. People who live outside of the area see it as a big cowtown known only for BBQ. One of the problems is it being a crossroad. There are so many Transplants such as myself. Only we are not all coming from the same place. Othe Cities with many transplants are Vegas, Lanta, Phoenix, and a couple of places in Florida. These Cities a huge or have many retirees or large Universities, or they are Vegas. One problem that I have noticed is the split between the people. Many of those who were born in Kansas City or Missouri are happy with the status quo. Others including outsiders would like to make changes. Niether group has enough of a majority to get there way. It is kind of a gridlock.

jspchief
12-03-2005, 11:00 AM
The guy is not happy here, and never will be. IMO, we'll be lucky to get another year out of him.


Good luck under the larger spotlight Clinton Portis...

RedNFeisty
12-03-2005, 11:07 AM
http://www.philly.com/mld/philly/news/columnists/13308224.htm



he said: "Everybody's old. It's like the Bush Republican crowd."

I think he is being a whinny bitch, but he isn't that far off with what he says. On the other hand, he must realize that he needs to curb his actions to fit in with where he is at, it is called being an adult and doing what it takes to get the job done right.

Sorry, I wish I could be the real me at work, and my co-workers could know me for who I really am, but unfortunately if they did know me for me, I probably would never have a job in this state.

On another side note: They are trying to shut the porn shops here down, those ****ing bastards. I hate kansas!! :cuss: :cuss: :cuss: :cuss:

kcirnamffoh
12-03-2005, 11:13 AM
Well at least the restaurants maybe OK to LJ...

Dave

I was wondering if anyone would refer to that. It doesn't seem like Johnson's comments are rubbing very many the wrong way here.

I guess if he ever says anything negative about the restaurants then he'll be hunted down and lynched. Very fickled crowd you Kansas Citians are.

Sure-Oz
12-03-2005, 11:24 AM
i think he needs to stop talking and just run.

DTLB58
12-03-2005, 11:34 AM
i think he needs to stop talking and just run.

:clap: Yep, He's young and says some stupid things that he will regret one day.

pak1983
12-03-2005, 11:35 AM
bush and repubs are dumbasses, i feel ur pain larry

Fox River
12-03-2005, 11:44 AM
Democrats are never Dumbasses? I doubt Larry feels that much pain with that hot woman and all that money.

PunkinDrublic
12-03-2005, 12:06 PM
Well KC isn't for everybody. But then again when you come from the murder capital of the U.S you have no room to talk. Baltimore is a shithole that has very little appeal to make you look past it's violent crime rate. If he doesn't like KC nobody says you have to live there in the offseason. At least he gets along with his teammates unlike TO. Hell I'd live in just about any part of the country if someone paid me enough money.

Sully
12-03-2005, 12:13 PM
I don't see anything wrong with him having an opinion one way or another. It doesn't affect his play on the field in the slightest, and it certainly isn't degrading to teammates. Maybe some people will get their panties in a bunch and feel like he is insulting them personally, but that's more their problem than his.

Bwana
12-03-2005, 12:16 PM
bush and repubs are dumbasses, i feel ur pain larry
Larry, it that you? :spock:

KcMizzou
12-03-2005, 12:16 PM
i think he needs to stop talking and just run.Amen. Everyone's entitled to their opinion, but we don't really need to hear it every time someone sticks a mic in his face. You don't like it here, Larry... we get that. Go beat Denver.

pak1983
12-03-2005, 12:57 PM
i can see larry being a bronco someday, just to piss off the bushies out here.

Bwana
12-03-2005, 01:06 PM
i can see larry being a bronco someday, just to piss off the bushies out here.

I'm sure it would have nothing to do with the money. On the other hand, if he could piss off some "bushies" he will be all over that. Yeah, that makes a lot of sense. I bet it goes down just like that. :shake:

Fox River
12-03-2005, 01:16 PM
Or maybe LJ will go play in Europa or Canadia to piss off the Commies?

Bwana
12-03-2005, 01:16 PM
Or maybe LJ will go play in Europa or Canadia to piss off the Commies?

ROFL

DaneMcCloud
12-03-2005, 01:21 PM
Without meaning to offend the locals here, why do you see Larry's comments as a problem? I spent the first part of my life in KC, still have family and friends there and visit at least once a year. Larry's DEAD-ON! The KC area voted for Bush; the city is full of Republicans, and yes, many of the people there act and look older than they really are!

How many people who work at Hallmark or Sprint or American Century walk around with tats or earrings? How many people in Johnson County have arms, back and legs tattoos? How many wear earrings or gold chains? The majority of the people that I see at the games are overweight, balding and have goatee's. They all look related.

Larry Johnson is obviously not a Mid-Westerner. I've worked at some of the largest entertainment companies in America, and majority of the people (black, white, hispanic and asian) have tats and earrings and certainly don't dress in the Midwest conservative attire. Life is very different on the East & West Coasts than it is in Kansas City, and I'm sure there's going to be a period of adjustment for anyone moving to that area.

Larry Johnson probably won't stay in KC after his contract's up because he obviously does not feel comfortable with the city. And considering the negative posters here, it's obvious that he's right in feeling alienated.

Dane

Fox River
12-03-2005, 01:34 PM
It could be his age talking too. I have a tat. It is on my forearm. I used to have hair down to my chin. I once had my ear double pierced. I used to wear ragged clothing because it was in style. I outgrew most of it. Getting older I now keep my hair short, no longer wear earings, and even my work clothes can become to raggedy to wear to work. As for the tat I just wish that I would have put it on my back or shoulder. I would not change any of it. I can always wear long sleeves to cover the tat. I would like to get ones on my neck, finger, wrist and there are times that I miss the hair and earings, but I do not indulge myself. I think that the Midwest is more laid back and somewhat more conservative than LJ's hometown. That is not that all that there is to it though. I would say that it is a combo of age and location.

StcChief
12-03-2005, 01:36 PM
LJ play football, help us win, stay out jail,
sorry KC isn't NYC or 'the city of brotherly love'

When you are the man with the roc more than half a
season and consistently put up good numbers year in year out. It will be different.

Else you will be gone.

pak1983
12-03-2005, 01:50 PM
Without meaning to offend the locals here, why do you see Larry's comments as a problem? I spent the first part of my life in KC, still have family and friends there and visit at least once a year. Larry's DEAD-ON! The KC area voted for Bush; the city is full of Republicans, and yes, many of the people there act and look older than they really are!

How many people who work at Hallmark or Sprint or American Century walk around with tats or earrings? How many people in Johnson County have arms, back and legs tattoos? How many wear earrings or gold chains? The majority of the people that I see at the games are overweight, balding and have goatee's. They all look related.

Larry Johnson is obviously not a Mid-Westerner. I've worked at some of the largest entertainment companies in America, and majority of the people (black, white, hispanic and asian) have tats and earrings and certainly don't dress in the Midwest conservative attire. Life is very different on the East & West Coasts than it is in Kansas City, and I'm sure there's going to be a period of adjustment for anyone moving to that area.

Larry Johnson probably won't stay in KC after his contract's up because he obviously does not feel comfortable with the city. And considering the negative posters here, it's obvious that he's right in feeling alienated.

Dane


That is one of the best posts I have seen on this site.

pak1983
12-03-2005, 01:51 PM
LJ play football, help us win, stay out jail,
sorry KC isn't NYC or 'the city of brotherly love'

When you are the man with the roc more than half a
season and consistently put up good numbers year in year out. It will be different.

Else you will be gone.

What a complete dumbass!

Bwana
12-03-2005, 02:14 PM
What a complete dumbass!
Uh-Oh

Pitt Gorilla
12-03-2005, 02:19 PM
I seriously hope the Chiefs run this guy about 450 times the next couple years so that he's useful to us, but useless by the time he jumps ship and signs elsewhere as a FA.

Worse case scenario is he gets hurt and ruins his chances at a big payday.

But I would definitely pick up a RB in this years draft in case LJ gets hurt from the overuse.Wow, you suck at life.

jettio
12-03-2005, 02:26 PM
Without meaning to offend the locals here, why do you see Larry's comments as a problem? I spent the first part of my life in KC, still have family and friends there and visit at least once a year. Larry's DEAD-ON! The KC area voted for Bush; the city is full of Republicans, and yes, many of the people there act and look older than they really are!

How many people who work at Hallmark or Sprint or American Century walk around with tats or earrings? How many people in Johnson County have arms, back and legs tattoos? How many wear earrings or gold chains? The majority of the people that I see at the games are overweight, balding and have goatee's. They all look related.

Larry Johnson is obviously not a Mid-Westerner. I've worked at some of the largest entertainment companies in America, and majority of the people (black, white, hispanic and asian) have tats and earrings and certainly don't dress in the Midwest conservative attire. Life is very different on the East & West Coasts than it is in Kansas City, and I'm sure there's going to be a period of adjustment for anyone moving to that area.

Larry Johnson probably won't stay in KC after his contract's up because he obviously does not feel comfortable with the city. And considering the negative posters here, it's obvious that he's right in feeling alienated.

Dane

Kansas City, Missouri, is dominated by democrats, and if LJ wants to see different people other old republicans, maybe he ought to live closer to his job, instead of being what he has always been, a suburban posing like he is hardened.

And tatoos and males with earrings are a sign of conformity, not a sign of individuality.

People with tatoos and males with earrings, are followers who waste money on stupid adornments that they will later resent having purchased.

There ain't anything cool or revolutionary about wasting money on nonsense.

FringeNC
12-03-2005, 02:27 PM
i can see larry being a bronco someday, just to piss off the bushies out here.

ummm...Colorado is a red state genius.

DaneMcCloud
12-03-2005, 02:28 PM
People with tatoos and males with earrings, are followers who waste money on stupid adornments that they will later resent having purchased.

And there it is, in a nutshell. Why would anyone wonder if LJ liked KC?

Mark M
12-03-2005, 02:30 PM
The KC area voted for Bush; the city is full of Republicans
No it didn't:

But Kerry was potent as expected in the cities of St. Louis and Kansas City, both Democratic strongholds.
Link is <a href='http://www.usatoday.com/news/politicselections/vote2004/mo.htm'>here</a>.

The Kansas side may have, but not the Missouri side (where most of KC lives). :D

But let's not get this moved to the DC forum.

Quite frankly, what LJ said really doesn't bother me all that much. If you're a young, single guy this probably isn't the most happenin' town to be in -- there's just not a lot of stuff going on.

Living in the Midwest isn't for everyone.

MM
~~:shrug: :)

jettio
12-03-2005, 02:35 PM
People with tatoos and males with earrings, are followers who waste money on stupid adornments that they will later resent having purchased.

And there it is, in a nutshell. Why would anyone wonder if LJ liked KC?

That is the truth, having a tattoo or a male wearing an earring does not indicate anything other than someone wants to waste money on superficial crap that does nothing for their personal development.

Of course, you also must live around a lot of people that get a lot of plastic surgery, too bad the NFL left that wonderful region full of phonies, maybe LJ will be the centerpiece of the LA expansion franchise after he gets a booty lift.

shaneo69
12-03-2005, 02:36 PM
Wow, you suck at life.

Why, because I don't have any sympathy for the poor football player who doesn't fit in but constantly runs his mouth?

wazu
12-03-2005, 02:38 PM
The KC area voted for Bush; the city is full of Republicans...

Actually, like just about every major city, KC typically votes democrat. See that spec of blue on the western edge of Missouri? That's KC, voting for Kerry in the 2004 election.

Mark M
12-03-2005, 02:42 PM
FIGHT!!

MM
~~:$2500:

Sully
12-03-2005, 02:42 PM
I can't beieve ho wmany people are getting pissed abou tthis. He's a football player, but he's a person, too, just like any of us. Our forum to say stupid political shit just isn't as big as his.

DaneMcCloud
12-03-2005, 02:44 PM
Hey Adam,

Thanks for the clairification. Do you think that's indicative of the Johnson County/Westport/Plaza crowd?

jettio
12-03-2005, 02:45 PM
So Jettio, you wanna make this personal? I'll slam your overweight, bald, fat ass so quickly you'll only wish you'd kept your stupid ass mouth shut.

I am having trouble visualizing that, could you tattoo a graphical representation on the back of some up and coming young starlet and post it a couple of weeks from now, after the blood dries and the swelling goes down.

But as to your question, you have always seemed cool by me, and I do not mean to get personal. I just strongly believe that tattoos and earrings is an act of conformity and not a sign of individuality.

And I also believe that tattoos look stupider as a person gets older.

Chiefs Pantalones
12-03-2005, 02:47 PM
Actually, like just about every major city, KC typically votes democrat. See that spec of blue on the western edge of Missouri? That's KC, voting for Kerry in the 2004 election.

So Alaska doesn't count? ROFL

I forget about them too.

wazu
12-03-2005, 02:50 PM
I was curious, so I tried to find a place that would actually tell us how old our city is. Here is a good page for demographics of Kansas City:

http://www.cityrating.com/citystats.asp?city=Kansas+City&state=MO

Here is one for Denver:

http://www.cityrating.com/citystats.asp?city=Denver&state=CO

KC has a median age of 35.2, Denver has a median of 33.8. New York is older than either of them with a median age of 35.9.

More Denver vs KC:

Denver has a female population of 49.91%, while KC has a female population of 51.2%. Both cities are about 80% white.

This site is pretty cool.

wazu
12-03-2005, 02:54 PM
Hey Adam,

Thanks for the clairification. Do you think that's indicative of the Johnson County/Westport/Plaza crowd?

If you hang out in swanky, rich-people establishments, I think you are going to probably find a lot of conservatives no matter what city you are in.

Tactical Funky
12-03-2005, 02:54 PM
This thread is more fun than a barrel full of Ebola-infected monkeys.

DaneMcCloud
12-03-2005, 02:54 PM
Jettio,

I am sorry. That was completely out of line on my part. My apologies.

Dane

chappy
12-03-2005, 02:55 PM
i think lj is refering to overland park area, and living there in the past i'd have to say i agree with him but you can't stereotype a whole city like that it would be like me saying that all black dudes with tattoos and earrings that sport rocawear are gun wavin ganstas with anger problems

wazu
12-03-2005, 02:59 PM
St. Louis has a median age of 36. That's the highest I've found so far. But they still have more chicks than Denver.

http://www.cityrating.com/citystats.asp?city=St.+Louis&state=MO

Tactical Funky
12-03-2005, 03:06 PM
i think lj is refering to overland park area, and living there in the past i'd have to say i agree with him but you can't stereotype a whole city like that it would be like me saying that all black dudes with tattoos and earrings that sport rocawear are gun wavin ganstas with anger problems
Exactly.

I grew up in Westwood and moved to OP in the late 80's when it was still very rural. Heck, we had cows and horses all around us until the farmers sold their plots for development. Now my folks have since moved futher south in the county, but our ol' house in OP is now enveloped by a massive cookie-cutter subdivision. Whenever I say I'm from Overland Park, people try to bunch me in with the WASP crowd and I hate that kind of stereotype. I never disliked OP, but I liked living near the city more. I enjoyed the smaller houses that had character and being able to walk to the Plaza or Westport in under 5 minutes. But hey, different people like different things, right?

KcMizzou
12-03-2005, 03:12 PM
This thread is more fun than a barrel full of Ebola-infected monkeys.You can't prove that EBOLA infected those monkeys.

wazu
12-03-2005, 03:14 PM
I never disliked OP, but I liked living near the city more. I enjoyed the smaller houses that had character and being able to walk to the Plaza or Westport in under 5 minutes. But hey, different people like different things, right?

I'd choose the same as you if I didn't have kids. Like a lot of people, I moved to the 'burbs to have a good public school system. If I had the dough and private school were an option, I would seriously consider Brookside or someplace more central to the city. It would be cool as hell to be able to walk to the plaza.

Now if I were single I'd probably be trying to get one of those lofts in the Western Auto building by the freight district. That is a great area.

Tactical Funky
12-03-2005, 03:19 PM
You can't prove that EBOLA infected those monkeys.
Isn't EBOLA a forumite?

Sorry, this is my third day here. :)

KcMizzou
12-03-2005, 03:22 PM
Isn't EBOLA a forumite?

Sorry, this is my third day here. :)Heheh.. yeah. He's another poster here.

Tactical Funky
12-03-2005, 03:22 PM
I'd choose the same as you if I didn't have kids. Like a lot of people, I moved to the 'burbs to have a good public school system. If I had the dough and private school were an option, I would seriously consider Brookside or someplace more central to the city. It would be cool as hell to be able to walk to the plaza.

Now if I were single I'd probably be trying to get one of those lofts in the Western Auto building by the freight district. That is a great area.
Yeah, I understand what you're saying. My folks moved in 88' so my sister and I could get a decent public education. Funnily enough, I ended up going to a private school for high school anyways...

I'm 24 and still in college - I commute to Lawrence from OP - and I think places like Westport, the Plaza and Mass St. in L-town just hold more appeal for my demographic group.

ENDelt260
12-03-2005, 03:23 PM
Almost sixty posts in three ****ing days?

Post whore.

Tactical Funky
12-03-2005, 03:24 PM
Almost sixty posts in three ****ing days?

Post whore.
Nah, I'm just a plain ol' manwhore. ROFL

chappy
12-03-2005, 03:29 PM
couldn't we drop a franchise tag on him if we thought he was gonna leave?

jettio
12-03-2005, 03:35 PM
Jettio,

I am sorry. That was completely out of line on my part. My apologies.

Dane

No problem at all.

I do need to get to the gym more often, but I have real good hair from the Italian part of the bloodlines.

wazu
12-03-2005, 04:43 PM
couldn't we drop a franchise tag on him if we thought he was gonna leave?

I would love that.

Cave Johnson
12-03-2005, 05:12 PM
This thread is more fun than a barrel full of Ebola-infected monkeys.

George Bush infected those monkeys with ebola.

Pitt Gorilla
12-04-2005, 10:00 PM
Why, because I don't have any sympathy for the poor football player who doesn't fit in but constantly runs his mouth?I think he sounds like a team player.