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Anonymous said…
Ha! These always make me laugh. You've got a great eye for the good ones Nomie!
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: That's what they tell me about women and cheeseburgers!
Don said…
I got a kick out of "journalists" carrying on about the shower scene from the gym with Emmanuel and Massa. Tickle fights and giving massages to his navy corpsmen. The whole story is hilarious.
nonamedufus said…
Don: It's pretty amazing. I've written a post about it for this week. You wouldn't believe the research I had to do to figure out just why the guy resigned from congress.
nipsy said…
Oye!! I'd tell you which one I enjoyed more, but the naked journalists gave me the piss shivers too much to continue..
Me-Me King said…
Oh, it's March Madness alright, sheeesh!
nonamedufus said…
nips: Hey nips, how ya doin'? Those are naked Congressmen...even worse!
nonamedufus said…
Me-Me: Hey, I missed ya, welcome back. Yep, March Madness is upon us (Go Duke!)...although the health care bill has inspired a different kind of march madness.

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