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Old 05-24-2014, 07:07 PM   #326
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FWIW it does sound likeTJ Ward is guilty of being a drunk jerk, but there really are worse things. He wasn't driving and he flung a mug that hit a girl in the hand. Definitely douche material but I don't believe that makes someone a criminal.
I agree. Sure he acted stupid for a moment and made a poor choice but he wasn't drunk driving around drinking Schnapps.
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Old 05-24-2014, 07:12 PM   #327
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well then meet nobody... I held up pretty good....started at 18 retired at 40....
OK I'll take your word for it. I had to call ya though.

How did you become a Broncos fan?
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Old 05-24-2014, 07:20 PM   #328
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OK I'll take your word for it. I had to call ya though.

How did you become a Broncos fan?
Peyton Manning of course....been a fan of his his college days...but I always liked coach Shannahan and Champ Bailey so it was a good thing that Peyton came to Denver...but I hated the Tebow mania sorry
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Old 05-24-2014, 07:26 PM   #329
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Peyton Manning of course....been a fan of his his college days...but I always liked coach Shannahan and Champ Bailey so it was a good thing that Peyton came to Denver...but I hated the Tebow mania sorry
I don't think Tebow mania was fun for anyone especially Tebow himself.
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Old 05-24-2014, 07:27 PM   #330
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Peyton Manning of course....been a fan of his his college days...but I always liked coach Shannahan and Champ Bailey so it was a good thing that Peyton came to Denver...but I hated the Tebow mania sorry
Question; Do you think pole dancing is a great form of exercise?
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Old 05-24-2014, 07:34 PM   #331
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Peyton Manning of course....been a fan of his his college days...but I always liked coach Shannahan and Champ Bailey so it was a good thing that Peyton came to Denver...but I hated the Tebow mania sorry
First of all....22 years, that's awesome. You should write a book about it with all the stuff you've probably seen in those 22 years.

Question: What's the craziest thing you've seen happen in those 22 years?
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Old 05-24-2014, 07:38 PM   #332
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Question; Do you think pole dancing is a great form of exercise?
ABSOLUTELY and its good for other things....
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Old 05-24-2014, 07:41 PM   #333
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ABSOLUTELY and its good for other things....
I can imagine

I know a few people that have had a pole installed in their homes for exercise and I assume play time.
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First of all....22 years, that's awesome. You should write a book about it with all the stuff you've probably seen in those 22 years.

Question: What's the craziest thing you've seen happen in those 22 years?
wow...theres a lot and it would be more then a book I could write a series on the strippers and the customers... theres 1 ya all might appreciate if ya all like WWE... THOSE DUDES ARE THE WORST.... HHH and some of his buddies came in to the club one night I was working the Gold Club these dudes was tore up from the floor up anyways they were real jerks to start with and we did 2 for 1s which is 3 times a night we would do table tops 2 songs for the price of 1 and they got a tee shirt for 25. well Scott Hall thought he was gonna be real cute and but in on this group of guys getting their 2 for 1 and they didn't want any part of him I mean they had a naked girl on the table and well that was all that mattered at that present time so he starts getting really obscene so to speak and the next thing you know these boys laid him out and let me tell ya what ya see on TV it aint real these wrestlers couldn't fight their way out of a paperbag and HHH Xpak and his other buds no help either... wussies
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I can imagine

I know a few people that have had a pole installed in their homes for exercise and I assume play time.
and I would say your assumed right.. but for real its a GREAT way to keep in shape....
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and I would say your assumed right.. but for real its a GREAT way to keep in shape....
One would think... I wonder if it is an injury prone set up.
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One would think... I wonder if it is an injury prone set up.
it depends on how ya move....
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it depends on how ya move....
Do you miss the dancing? The scene?
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Do you miss the dancing? The scene?
truthfully yes and no.... I ABSOLUTELY MISS THE MONEY but the scene has changed its far from entertainment ...these young girls well its a do what they gotta do for a dollar to support their habit so that I don't miss...
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truthfully yes and no.... I ABSOLUTELY MISS THE MONEY but the scene has changed its far from entertainment ...these young girls well its a do what they gotta do for a dollar to support their habit so that I don't miss...
I would think that after 22 years of being subjected to that crazy noise level just being in relative silence would be a joy.

The older I get the more I appreciate silence .
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I would think that after 22 years of being subjected to that crazy noise level just being in relative silence would be a joy.

The older I get the more I appreciate silence .
true but when I was dancing in the clubs I was hip to all of the new music now my nieces and nephews will be listening to something and the groups been out for a couple of years or so and they joke me cause I have never heard of them... all I listen to now is country and that's still not to cool to the youngins... and it was always fun to watch the drunks and there was plenty of them to go around...guess that's why I barely drink anymore cause I don't want to even think that I could remotely act like that...
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Country Music is healing IMO.

I got reacquainted with Country Music by watching "The Voice".

I appreciate Country Music.

It seems you have survived the life style nicely. We all suffer our scars hopefully they make us stronger.
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Country Music is healing IMO.

I got reacquainted with Country Music by watching "The Voice".

I appreciate Country Music.

It seems you have survived the life style nicely. We all suffer our scars hopefully they make us stronger.
things only keep you down if you let them...scars only have as much power as you let them...concealer hides a lot my friend...
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We are this close to talking about beef curtains again, aren't we?
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things only keep you down if you let them...scars only have as much power as you let them...concealer hides a lot my friend...

I don't know what you mean by 'concealer'?

PS I think the first part is a great outlook on life.

What the hell we are all gonna die, can't avoid it, so might as well feel good about the ride.

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I don't know what you mean by 'concealer'?
Boob job.

Pamela Anderson could have a face like Frankenstein for all I know. I've never bothered to look that high.
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What the hell we are all gonna die, can't avoid it, so might as well feel good about the ride.
Tell that to Paul Walker.
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Boob job.

Pamela Anderson could have a face like Frankenstein for all I know. I've never bothered to look that high.
Actually scars one gets from living a life is what I had in mind.
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Peyton Manning of course....been a fan of his his college days...but I always liked coach Shannahan and Champ Bailey so it was a good thing that Peyton came to Denver...but I hated the Tebow mania sorry
Are you from TN?
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I don't know what you mean by 'concealer'?

PS I think the first part is a great outlook on life.

What the hell we are all gonna die, can't avoid it, so might as well feel good about the ride.
AMEN !!!!! Concealer is a chic thing we use it as a base for makeup to hide blimishes... it was just a joke..
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