Discussion in 'The National Football League' started by JB, Jul 5, 2010.
Well it obviously wasn't talent!
JaNourmos Russell, a damn shame! He can clearly say goodbye to a second change at least for the 2010 season. Best move the Raiders did this offseason was releasing this fool
Oh yeah. I've drank that before. It'll **** you up pretty good. That's the good stuff there. Yummy too!
Just don't wash 'em down with bars (xanax).
Keep in mind that Deaf people generally sit, stand, chat directly facing each other so we can communicate easier. Anyway, when I was living in my 300 sq foot room at Cougar Place, a buddy of mine came over with some bars on him. We popped a couple after downing some cough syrup and just relaxed for a few hours chatting away.
Clear as day, I felt myself urinating into my pants while chatting in my chair. I popped up and said... holy ****! I just pissed my pants! I immediately flung my pants and boxers off then sit right back down as if nothing happened and resumed chatting. My friend was in sheer horror screaming at me what in the hell was I doing. I was like nothing man. What's the big deal? YOU'RE NAKED YOU'RE NAKED! Oh yeah. My bad.
Only time I ever tried bars. Never again.
A Sting operation!
That's funny! Any idea what the penalty is for possessing a prescription drug without a script?
He's damn near off the chart.
(cue Ed 'Too Tall' Jones commercial)
Probably damn near off the scale also...
As though that station isn't full of pork-bellies as is.
Although I haven't found it confirmed yet, the "codeine syrup" referred to is most likely a mixture of codeine syrup along with promethazine (Phenergan), well-known on the streets as Purple Drank (which orriginated and first hit the streets here in our own city). Watch this video that explains Purple Drank.
I was referring to that but could not remember the spelling. Very popular at UH.
Wrong link Doc.
edit: this is the link to the video ESPN posted...
Sorry, fixed the link......... Watch this video that explains Purple Drank.
It was a joke type of article that appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle back in March. But now the piece appears to be just plain prophetic of recent revelations.
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