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April 15, 2011


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How about giving us that MS #s on the Confederacy and interracial marriage while youre at it? :)


Isnt Freddy going to be racially profiled every day on his way in to work at Turner Field ?


Who doesnt like a coach who gets thrown out of every two games for arguing with the umpire? Nothing like seeing a classic Bobby Cox moment.


Hilarious General Sherman joke? :)


I really cant stand these sports polls, but I understand why you do them. Perhaps you could start polling voters on their opinion of Lady Gaga as well? Thatd be more interesting.


^ Id vote for her. Just sayin. Shed be a great Representative or Senator. Not so sure about Governor or anything beyond that.

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