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Name: Angela Kennedy
Location: Ohio
ZIP: 43701
Member since: January 19, 2006
Last visit: September 05, 2006

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NFL Draft Recap

I'm with terrapin...kudos to the Steelers for drafting Santonio Holmes! The kid is a beast, and we loved watching him play at OSU. We're even more thrilled to be able to watch him play for Pittsburgh. Here's to hoping he fulfills the spot left vacant by Randle El's departure!

posted by Rino23 at 05:01 PM on May 01, 2006

Field of Dreams.

The second link makes me angry. The third link tugs at my heart in ways I can't begin to describe.

posted by Rino23 at 11:14 AM on April 03, 2006

Legends of the game are perplexed

Let's not forget that Jack was the Tiger of his day. He always held an advantage because of his length. That's right, and tournaments didn't go around "Jack-proofing" their courses. Also, while Tiger is the one you hear about, other guys are constantly hitting it as long as Tiger. Also correct. Tiger is the one that's focused on because of everything he has done in and for golf. When another highly dominant player comes along and Tiger is no longer the "face" of the PGA, are the courses going to try to change to make it more difficult for that particular player, too?

posted by Rino23 at 11:05 AM on April 03, 2006

Take Me Out of This Broadcast Booth

I grew up listening to Caray on WGN, but it sounds like it's a good thing I never knew him!

posted by Rino23 at 09:17 AM on February 09, 2006

Most Valuable Players Wanted More Valuable Paycheck

But, I wish these athletes would change places with the average people for just a week to see what its like to live off of $400 dollars a week and then see how they feel. Amen. It was in bad taste that Montana and Bradshaw didn't show up, and from what I've read and heard, both were in Detroit the week before the game. Come on, Terry! This was Pittsburgh playing in the Super Bowl! So much for burying the hatchet three years ago.

posted by Rino23 at 09:41 AM on February 06, 2006

Woods acquires Jupiter Island property for $38 million

Having over 13,000 square feet, if guess if he and Elin got into a fight over some badly cooked Swedish food, he could go to some corner of his house and not have to see her for days.

posted by Rino23 at 09:36 AM on January 26, 2006

Who cares what YOU believe, Mikey?

"I know Marcus. He's not the kind of kid that's going to do something like that on purpose. " No, he's just the king of kid who will wave a gun at people outside a fast food restaurant, but he would never purposely step on another player and bring him injury. (sarcasm) Yeah. Right.

posted by Rino23 at 09:31 AM on January 26, 2006

Peja for Artest.

Didn't Artest say at one point that he really wanted to go to the Knicks?

posted by Rino23 at 06:55 PM on January 24, 2006

Peja for Artest.

I'm beginning to wonder the same thing.

posted by Rino23 at 05:19 PM on January 24, 2006

Peja for Artest.

Apparently the trade is now off. That was quick.

posted by Rino23 at 05:13 PM on January 24, 2006

Peja for Artest.

My husband's nephew plays for the Kings, so we've been hearing about this since December. I totally agree with Red in that if Artest can keep his head on straight, the Kings have the far better deal. Rick Adelman has a way of "reforming" the bad seeds, so I'm hoping that this one is no different.

posted by Rino23 at 04:02 PM on January 24, 2006

Fan threatens to sue Davis

I agree, it's just another way for someone to make a quick buck. Hopefully a judge laughs the schmuck and his case out of court.

posted by Rino23 at 06:23 PM on January 20, 2006

9th round pick Luc Robitaille become Kings leading goal scorer.

I liked Robitaille when he played for Detroit, but I'm thrilled for him to be back where he's playing so well.

posted by Rino23 at 05:20 PM on January 20, 2006

Professional Football Continues to be the Nationís Favorite Sport

I think it's safe to say that everyone has their favorite(s) and their own reasons why they like whichever sport the best. I'm not surprised that football is the nation's most popular sport for several reasons, but it's early, I'm still trying to recover from watching the Kings-Lakers game on TNT last night, and the coffee isn't done yet. For the record, I love football, Nascar (even with my degree), and baseball. I used to be such a hockey homer until the lockout, and then I just haven't been able to get back into it. Basketball is growing on me, slowly.

posted by Rino23 at 05:42 AM on January 20, 2006