Discussion in 'Off-topic Forum' started by Tank, Oct 8, 2002.
Beware of rabbits with big nasty teeth.
Ahhh will have to upload the image later
White men CAN jump. Nova's Donte Divencenzo had the highest vertical leap at the recent NBa rookie combine. 42", which is the same as Dr J !!!
When the Marlies won the Calder Cup last night, I took a sip out of my mini Calder Cup so I could feel like I was part of the celebration.
Last night I took an L but tonight I bounced back?
I once tipped a stripper with a Filet-O-Fish sandwich.
It was a fluke.
filet o fish ftw! i thought cocaine or cash were the only acceptable media with which to tip strippers
Maybe a striped bass would do?
Any tip is acceptable. (The awfulness of this website doesn't let me skip to the :57 mark)
After tonight, I have eaten in a restaurant of every South East Asian ethnicity: Malaysian, Indonesian, Burmese(Myanmar), Thai, Loation, Cambodian, Vietnemese, Sinapore, Phillipino, Chinese, japanese, and Korean
UFC 229 is gonna be sick as ****.
I just dont get the PPV model they use. Watch the prelims for free, than pay for one.or two that can be watched for free soon after. Why pay?
You can’t watch the PPV for “free” until at least a month later on Fight Pass, which you pay $9.99 a month for. And you’re paying for 5 fights on the PPV card.
But otherwise, I think the PPV model is going to go away in the next decade. More sports, including PPV sports, are going to streaming and reaching larger audiences as a result.
Ok, a few (or more) years ago they would show up on Spike or something shortly after. I watched the first two tonight, before the flyers started. Never knew how many they held for the PPV now. It used to be 1.or 2. Of course Spike is.long gone.
I don’t think it was ever as few as 1-2 fights on the PPV portion. I think the fewest on a PPV might’ve been 4, but they generally have 5.
As established in another thread. I'm old. I remember the early days of UFC.
the old Gracey vs Shamrock tilts were cool at the time.
cannot believe they are up to 229
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