|FISH: TONY ROMO IS HAUNTED!|
|by Mike Fisher||Thu, Sep 4, 2008, 08:29 AM|
DallasBasketball.com says Tony Romo’s new house is haunted – by the ghost of Quinn Buckner! Plus, we are officially now one of the 103 Greatest Sources Of NBA News In The World! (Or something like that.) While I ponder when "snowmobiles'' (as we used to call them growing up in Minnesota) turned into "snowmachines'' (as Alaskan politicians now refer to them), some notes to dunk in your morning coffee. …
Or something like that.
We totally faked our way through science classes, so the Table of Elements and whatnot is way beyond us. But we get that HardwoodParoxysm is trying to compliment DallasBasketball.com by listing it alongside (below?) such website luminaries such as , , and . (!)
Before anybody asks, we assume the reason DallasBasketball.com isn’t listed as “element Db’’ and is instead listed as “element Mf’’ is because
b) “MF’’ is something we’ve been called by irate readers, athletes and employers since 1982.
Anyway, thanks, fellas. And congratulations to us.
ITEM: Tony Romo’s new pad in Cottonwood Valley – the one you first learned about thanks to Fish’s 75-Member Staff – is now a subject of worldwide discussion. You know, the one he paid less than $700,000, the one near the 17th green, the one with the pool and the wetbar and the five bedrooms? Well, it was the site of quite a get-together on Saturday. Lots and lots of Escalades and Tahoes parked up and down the gated-community’s drive. A house-warming party, basically, featuring a huddle-full of tight ends and offensive linemen, all unwinding before this week’s beginning of the NFL regular season.
That means this house is haunted. This house has many hearts. Carol Ann is stuck in the TV set. Call Tangina! Tony, don’t go to the light! QUINN BUCKNER MOVED THE CEMETERY, BUT HE LEFT THE BODIES! THAT SON OF A BITCH, HE LEFT THE BODIES AND HE ONLY MOVED THE HEADSTONES!
Four years. Four Septembers. Four trades. All Dickaus.
ITEM: Jason Terry will host the 2008 Autobahn Celebrity Golf Classic, benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters and the Jason Terry Foundation, at the TPC Four Seasons Las Colinas on September 15.
ITEM: Is it just me, or is the end of HBO’s “Hard Knocks’’ a good thing? I don’t know that it served as a distraction for the players. But it was sort of a distraction for the rest of us, unless we’re, like, the parents of Danny Amendola or whatever.
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