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Link Farm – Scott Skiles’ Pink Slip, M-Rod’s Mug Shot, Drunk Kids?

Updated: December 26, 2007

We all know that Scott Skiles got fired on Christmas Eve….and sure he’s not happy with the pink slip, but why is he holding that ax? Ben Wallace better look out for the blow out.

I’m not sure if Michelle Rodriguez just looks plum crazy in her mug shot, or if she would be the hot, edgy chick with an ‘tude in Chained Heat 17.

The DC Pro Sports Report has an entry on Wizards and Capitals attendance figures. They are surprised that the Wizards are only averaging 3,300 more fans per game than the Caps. I’m not sure if this means that people are liking hockey more than I thought, or that the Wizards fans suck.

An initial glance of the headline for this post from The Big Lead made me think that Topanga went down on 36 Florida State football players, yes that Topanga. Glad I read it twice, she only got pulled over with a DUI…..and we’re still waiting for the mugshot.

From the last Wizards-Pacers game, the video of a drunk little kid (ok, that’s speculation) running around on the court during a stoppage in play, and trying to touch the net. Towards the end of the video, Jeff Foster of the Pacers trips the lil’ guy. Good stuff.

100% Injury Rate gives us Football Over The Law in Louisiana.

Cris Collinsworth can be a flat out d*ck at times….and that’s not just because he spells his first name with 4 letters. Funny thing is, he’s been kinda growing on me to the point where I don’t mind him so much. But like Awful Announcing, I’m still trying to figure out what’s going on in this clip. Hey, thanks to Wikipedia, I learned that unlike Chad Johnson, Anthony Cris once lost to a horse in a race.

Exactly what we didn’t need to happen after the murder of Sean Taylor.

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Kyle founded TAI in 2007 and has been weaving in and out the world of Wizards ever since, ducking WittmanFaces, jumping over G-Wiz, and avoiding stints on the DNP-Conditioning list. He has covered the Washington pro basketball team as a member of the media since 2009. Kyle currently lives in Brooklyn, NY with his wife, loves basketball, and has no pets.