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Archive for April 2nd, 2008

Transition to New Domain Name is Complete

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on April 2, 2008

Notice anything different? The web address has changed to Seamless and easy. Perfect. ;)

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Heros of Time for 1st Lt. Renee Robertson

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on April 2, 2008

Putting your life on the line
during your period of time
protecting our country
protecting our people
protecting our beliefsYou are the most courageous to us all
united we stand, shall we never fall
Onto to this day
in this unagree’d fray

Your willing to immolate yourself
the bravest warrior amongst common people
Pushing back your fear
Courage rendering it mere

Every moment of silence
I keep myself quiet
Out of respect of what your willing to give up
to give us all a better life

A small fragment of an army
but fighting for a common purpose
great warriors on the front line
willing to end their time

You are the hero to us all
the Heros Of Time.

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Spurrier’s Mantra of be Like Florida Effect the Wrong Gamecock Players

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on April 2, 2008


Going into Spurrier’s fourth season at South Carolina one mantra has been clear and that is “Be like Florida.” Recruit, practice, play & break the law like a Gator and you can win like a Gator.

Over the past three years Spurrier’s players have attempted this mantra only to fail. Several arrests for underage drinking (one the finally landed the greatest Gamecock recruit out of a scholarship), the keying of a professors car, a few simple possession arrests & two fights in which two Gamecock players were winning only to be stabbed do not measure up to the motto “Great law breakers make great football players.”

Now the message seems to be finally sinking in. Two Gamecocks are starting to understand this message & damn it they could be fine football players for the Ole Ball (Sac) Coach and USC. Just one slight problem…the players are women and football ain’t their sport, basketball is.

Jasmine Payne (left), Ashlie Billingslea

18-year-old Jasmine Payne and 19-year-old Ashlie Billingslea, both freshman guards, were arrested after a search of a dorm room in South Quad dormitory by campus po po.

Check out the list of crimes they’re charged with;

  • Credit card theft
  • Credit card fraud
  • Petit larceny
  • Two counts of possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine in proximity to a school
  • Two counts of possession with intent to distribute marijuana in proximity to a school

This might be the straw that breaks the camels back. It’s bad enough that USC football players can’t break the law like Florida but the USC Lady Gamecocks certainly can.

Per university policy, both players have been suspended from the team. Gamecocks coach Susan Walvius declined comment Tuesday through a team spokesperson.

“According to university policy, when something like that happens the student-athlete is suspended from team activities, and we just proceed from there,” team spokesperson Diana Koval said. “As a department and staff, we don’t have any other comment but that.”

The Ole Ball (Sac) Coach also chimed in.

“This is a tragedy that two young women with such potential can do such a thing. It’s tragic because my dang’um boys are to lazy or scared to be real superstars. Christ on a shingle even the women are beating us now.”

Posted in Crack, Crazy Women, Crime & Punishment, Florida Gators, Gamecocks, Po Po, Police, SEC Basketball, SEC Coaches, South Carolina Gamecocks, Steve Spurrier, drugs, pot | Tagged: , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments »

Tribute To My Favorite Soldier

Posted by Joel on April 2, 2008


This is dedicated to 1st Lt. Renee Robertson, as she is about to depart to Iraq as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom. She is the younger sister of Dr. Yara Robertson, one of the sassiest individuals that I have ever met. Please leave comments on this post, as Renee will be able to read it the next couple of days before heading to Iraq…

Beauty in fatigues is what I call her.

She is loyal to herself, family, friends, country, and fellow officers.

Duty is her privilege. She is always trying to improve herself for the good of the group, and accepts responsibility for her actions.

She respects others, and because of the respect she gives, others respect her.

Selfless service is a way of life, as she gladly and willingly puts others ahead of her.

Honor is perhaps her best adjective, although the true honor is knowing her.

She has more integrity than anyone else. She is always true to others and to herself.

Above all, she is courageous, as she will look fear in the face and laugh while looking fabulous.

Oh, and this soldier happens to be taken. Pray for her man, he will need it. She’s also a University of Memphis grad, so GO TIGERS GO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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