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May 03, 2009


Sandwich Artist

I laughed out loud when Eddie House ran down the floor in this picture. He knows that this shouldn't have been a seven game series, right? What a tool. I really wish the Celtics were healthy enough to make it to the Finals this year so that the Lakers could kick their teeth in.


If, if, if....too many ifs mr. Kwasniewski...
You are clearly not a game fan, you're just a Lakers fan and that makes you a bit pitiful...take that from a Pole with his name ending with -ski as well:-))

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