26 Nov 2006 15:40:33
funquaY
It's morning in America

Dateline, Atlanta: JJ Reddick, the greatest player in the history of college
basketball -- and to some the greatest athlete in the history of sport --
made his NBA debut last night, scoring a mind-boggling 2 points in only 3.5
minutes of play to lead the Orlando Blue Devils to victory over the
powerhouse Atlanta Hawks. Despite being hampered by one phantom personal
foul, Reddick managed to rack up an incredible one steal and one assist
while leading the rout. And yet, what should have been one of the most
glorious events in the history of athletic competition was marred when -- in
what might have the greatest injust since Sacco and Vanzetti -- Reddick was
not fouled in the act of shooting and thus made an inexplicable zero trips
to the foul line, despite being hacked, shoved, puilled and pushed nearly
every time he touched the ball and several times when he didn't, including
twice during lay up drills before the game and once in the shower
afterwards. In a statement league president David Stern vowed that he'd get
to the bottom of the matter, noting that the NBA had hired the well known
investigative firm Mrs. Duhon and Associates to look into the Reddick's
rough handling.




27 Nov 2006 03:26:57
Alotta Fagina
Re: It's morning in America

You wrote:

> Dateline, Atlanta: JJ Reddick, the greatest player in the history of
> college basketball -- and to some the greatest athlete in the history
> of sport -- made his NBA debut last night, scoring a mind-boggling 2
> points in only 3.5 minutes of play to lead the Orlando Blue Devils to
> victory over the powerhouse Atlanta Hawks.

How many gallons of vodka did he celebrate with?


26 Nov 2006 20:11:24
Pauli G
Re: It's morning in America


funquaY wrote:
> Dateline, Atlanta: JJ Reddick, the greatest player in the history of college
> basketball -- and to some the greatest athlete in the history of sport --
> made his NBA debut last night, scoring a mind-boggling 2 points in only 3.5
> minutes of play to lead the Orlando Blue Devils to victory over the
> powerhouse Atlanta Hawks. Despite being hampered by one phantom personal
> foul, Reddick managed to rack up an incredible one steal and one assist
> while leading the rout. And yet, what should have been one of the most
> glorious events in the history of athletic competition was marred when -- in
> what might have the greatest injust since Sacco and Vanzetti -- Reddick was
> not fouled in the act of shooting and thus made an inexplicable zero trips
> to the foul line, despite being hacked, shoved, puilled and pushed nearly
> every time he touched the ball and several times when he didn't, including
> twice during lay up drills before the game and once in the shower
> afterwards. In a statement league president David Stern vowed that he'd get
> to the bottom of the matter, noting that the NBA had hired the well known
> investigative firm Mrs. Duhon and Associates to look into the Reddick's
> rough handling.

Have you ever considered a career in RSFC?



27 Nov 2006 05:10:07
Donnie Barnes
Re: It's morning in America

On Mon, 27 Nov, Pauli G wrote:
> Have you ever considered a career in RSFC?

POTW.


--Donnie

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27 Nov 2006 11:44:08
Edward M. Kennedy
Re: It's morning in America

"Pauli G" <rioroad@hotmail.com > wrote

> > Dateline, Atlanta: JJ Reddick, the greatest player in the history of college
> > basketball -- and to some the greatest athlete in the history of sport --
> > made his NBA debut last night, scoring a mind-boggling 2 points in only 3.5
> > minutes of play to lead the Orlando Blue Devils to victory over the
> > powerhouse Atlanta Hawks. Despite being hampered by one phantom personal
> > foul, Reddick managed to rack up an incredible one steal and one assist
> > while leading the rout. And yet, what should have been one of the most
> > glorious events in the history of athletic competition was marred when -- in
> > what might have the greatest injust since Sacco and Vanzetti -- Reddick was
> > not fouled in the act of shooting and thus made an inexplicable zero trips
> > to the foul line, despite being hacked, shoved, puilled and pushed nearly
> > every time he touched the ball and several times when he didn't, including
> > twice during lay up drills before the game and once in the shower
> > afterwards. In a statement league president David Stern vowed that he'd get
> > to the bottom of the matter, noting that the NBA had hired the well known
> > investigative firm Mrs. Duhon and Associates to look into the Reddick's
> > rough handling.
>
> Have you ever considered a career in RSFC?

I Can't Believe It's Not Bitter.

--Tedward


27 Nov 2006 15:27:35
winnard
Re: It's morning in America


"Edward M. Kennedy" <doidy@wox.com > wrote in message
news:ekf4kp$kst$1@gargoyle.oit.duke.edu...
> "Pauli G" <rioroad@hotmail.com> wrote
>
> > > Dateline, Atlanta: JJ Reddick, the greatest player in the history of
college
> > > basketball -- and to some the greatest athlete in the history of
sport --
> > > made his NBA debut last night, scoring a mind-boggling 2 points in
only 3.5
> > > minutes of play to lead the Orlando Blue Devils to victory over the
> > > powerhouse Atlanta Hawks. Despite being hampered by one phantom
personal
> > > foul, Reddick managed to rack up an incredible one steal and one
assist
> > > while leading the rout. And yet, what should have been one of the most
> > > glorious events in the history of athletic competition was marred
when -- in
> > > what might have the greatest injust since Sacco and Vanzetti --
Reddick was
> > > not fouled in the act of shooting and thus made an inexplicable zero
trips
> > > to the foul line, despite being hacked, shoved, puilled and pushed
nearly
> > > every time he touched the ball and several times when he didn't,
including
> > > twice during lay up drills before the game and once in the shower
> > > afterwards. In a statement league president David Stern vowed that
he'd get
> > > to the bottom of the matter, noting that the NBA had hired the well
known
> > > investigative firm Mrs. Duhon and Associates to look into the
Reddick's
> > > rough handling.
> >
> > Have you ever considered a career in RSFC?
>
> I Can't Believe It's Not Bitter.
>

TMML. Is Fabio the spoaksman?


winnard