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Dazzler 6/1/2009 4:22:45 AM

I guess this means no sequel for Terminator so far.  DVD and BLU should save them as always.  

Wiseguy 6/1/2009 7:45:08 AM

Okay let's hold up a minute here, man tears? Man tears are reserved ONLY for 1- when your favorite team loses, 2- when the football season is over and 3- at the end of a Dirty Harry, Chuck Norris or 24 episode, not because there's one or more likely several bad guys dead but because the asskicking is over.

ALL HAIL HANSO!? Did I miss something? I didn't see hanso on the court.

hanso 6/1/2009 8:48:43 AM


Now here me here Wiseguy: Leave my followers alone for they not know what they do!

Reason #4 for man tears.

You were about to score with a really hot chic but you were completely wasted and your little friend wasn't UP to the challenge.  You pass out and wake up alone with the chance of scoring with that particular chic now long gone.   

Yes, Bacardi 151 shots will do that to you.

cmmahone 6/1/2009 9:26:57 AM

Saw UP with the family.  It was a well-made movie not because of animation but becuase of the story.  It had more hidden messages tucked away than a "fortune-cookie factory".  My entire family loved the movie and the dog collars; especially the alpha dog collar, too funny.

sinister666 6/1/2009 8:10:37 PM

 bacardi 151 shots will do that to you wiseguy562!  ALL HAIL HANSO!...SON!

JarrodSarafin 6/2/2009 12:26:59 AM

Hey Hanso..The NBA does seem to be rigged at times.

At least we got half that equation.

Magic vs. Lakers.

And NBA would be so much more exciting if the league wasn't rigged through officials.

Another thing. When will someone bring up steroids in the NBA? Come on, I can't be the only former NBA fan (and I mean FORMER) that has noticed how everyone today is stacked with muscles compared to 10-15 years ago.

Remember Kobe when he was a skinny punk passing it to Shaq? You probably do because NBA keeps playing that commercial.

Also...remember when Tattoos were taboo in the NBA? Remember when Rodman was considered an odd man out?

hanso 6/2/2009 4:46:13 AM

I don't think steroids will be brought up in the NBA, you don't need strength to play bball, just skill, specially out on the perimeter. Being stronger won't make you hit a jump shot. In baseball you see it cause it will help you get the ball out of the park or in football put a tackle on someone.  Bball is more finesse.

Having said that, I've always thought Lebron maybe did roids.  That guy's body has looked pretty much the same since he was in high school and part of his game is strength based.

The NBA does seem to have issues with ther officiating but I wouldn't go as far as it being rigged. San Antonio is a small market team and they've won 4 titles in the last four years.  plus they had that controversial series with the Phoenix Suns where the Spurs were the ones that benefited from the call.  Had it been rigged it would've been better for the NBa for the Suns to make the Finals.

karas1 6/2/2009 11:38:25 AM

Professional sports are so competetive that if it will give you even a fraction of an advantage they will take it.  The only way to stop it is to make being caught so punative that the risk isn't worth it.  And that hasn't happened yet.

What amused me was when they benched Michael Phelps for smoking marajuna.  That would detract from athletic skills, not enhanse them.  And the time is long passed when sports figures were held up as role models.  Between drugs and dog fighting and wife beating, lately professional athletes have been looking like the last people you'd want your kid to emulate.

Wiseguy 6/2/2009 2:52:57 PM

hanso couldn't be more wrong. Steroids help primarily with fast twitch muscle fibers which help mainly with any explosive movement (sprinting, jumping, throwing and how about being able to push someone around down in the box). Could being better or stronger in any of these make you a better player, rebounder, run a fastbreak, low post player? You're damn right it could.

Steroids can help in pretty much any sport that requires explosive movements. I thought baseball would be the least affected by steroids until I witnessed first hand Lenny Dykstra go from a pencil neck to Mighty Mouse back in the 80's., and look at all the records falling by the wayside. You better believe at least some b-ballers are juicing

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