“From my lowest level research…I know she’s a dancer who does silly dance videos which I guess is what America is into. Nothing like stealing the land from the natives to create a society that basically evolves into vapid morons (who are) into getting attention for being slutty on the internet”
“Since Rihanna cast her, she’s been able to show off the tits consistently…. as much as she wants….and we are all better people for it.”
Baseball sabermetricians don’t completely agree on the rankings of the second basemen. If you tinker with their formulas just a bit (and the formulas don’t claim to be precise), there are four different guys who could be considered the best of all time: Lajoie, Hornsby, Eddie Collins and Morgan. All four are rated among the top 24 players in history according to baseball-reference.com. Little Joe may not be the best of all time, but he’s in the running, and he’s no lower than #4.
In the course of his career Morgan was a ten-time all star, and led the league at various times in runs scored, walks, on-base-percentage (four times), slugging average and triples. In his spare time he also won five Gold Gloves and stole 689 bases with better than an 80% success rate.
Here’s a weird scoopism: I haven’t ever looked this up, but I think he must be the smallest man to lead a league in slugging percentage in the integration era (1947-now). He was 5’7″, 160 pounds, and he led the NL in slugging percentage in 1976. He also led the league in on-base percentage that year. He was the obvious NL MVP that year, giving him two MVPs in a row. He then proceeded to slug .733 in the 1976 World Series, as the Big Red Machine swept the outmatched Yankees, who managed to score only eight runs in the entire series.
The eight everyday players on the 1976 Reds, with superior talent at every position and four Hall of Famers among them, are considered one of the best squads in the history of the NL. Five of their eight starters batted above .300, and two of the others were Hall of Famers (Johnny Bench and Tony Perez). The remaining guy, Davey Conception, was a better-than-average hitter in his prime, and one of the best shortstops in the league, having been selected for the all-star team nine times.
Hard to believe she just had her second baby. She must have been exercising like a maniac.
“Amber Rose – laying (sic) in bed topless, 10/10/20″
“Alessandra Ambrosio – red bikini (rear view) 11.10.2020″
CSI’s Marg Helgenberger taking a bath in Conundrum (1996)
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Fun fact: I never had boobs until I started eating what I wanted. My whole life I hated my small tittaayyys and then when I finally let go of my eating issues, I GOT THE BOOBS I WANTED!!! 😂😂 this is no push-up bra or boob-job y’all!!! IT’S ALL ME!! And you know what, they’re gonna change too!!! AND I’LL BE OKAY WITH THAT AS WELL!! But let this be a lesson y’all.. our bodies will do what they are SUPPOSED to when we let go of trying to control what it does for us. Oh the irony…. 💞 Did you have a similar experience when making peace with your eating issues?? I’d love to hear!!!
It’s kind of a “who cares” season right now, given that five of the eight teams “most likely to make the playoffs” (per ESPN’s analytics) are 0-0. (Those are Ohio State, Wisconsin, Oregon, Penn State and USC)
Oklahoma and Texas played four overtimes before OU won the endurance contest.
#4 Florida lost
Dak Prescott’s amazing, potentially record-shattering season was ended in heartbreak by a serious injury.
What can ya say about the Jets and Giants? Um … the Giants made it close against a leaderless Cowboy team, so that was kinda good. The Jets looked hapless.
The Cleveland Browns and Chicago Bears are 4-1. That’s the same record as the mighty Chiefs, who finally dropped one, an unexpected home loss to the Raiders.
Among the lossless: the Steelers and Seahawks remained undefeated; the Bills and Titans play each other on Tuesday. The Packers have the week off.
Russell Wilson has the third-most fantasy points of all time through five games (best is Manning 2013), but the Seahawks really sputtered this time. They were fortunate to scrape up a win after going to the locker room down 13-0.
Many of the games in the series were exciting, but the finale was not. It was a total blowout that the Lakers led 82-46 at one time.