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About carpetbeggar

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    The Ayatollah Of Rock & Rolla
  • Birthday 01/16/1974

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    Dangling From A Rope Of...CONFETTI!!!
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    Jets, Mets and Lakers

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    Dangling From A Rope Of Sand
  1. Someone pinch me. I want to make sure that this isn't a dream.
  2. Please don't. We don't need him out with mono again.
  3. Lol at Bowles being on the "list". https://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2019/10/07/pittsburgh-steelers-head-coach-mike-tomlin-named-candidate-for-redskins-head-coach-position-after-firing-of-jay-gruden/ Pittsburgh Steelers Head Coach Mike Tomlin Named Candidate For Redskins Head Coach Position After Firing Of Jay Gruden PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Less than 24 hours after the firing of Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden, the rumors are already surfacing as to who could be filling the position in 2020. One name was a bit surprising, as Steelers head man Mike Tomlin is reportedly on the shortlist for the vacancy. “In a recent conversation with someone who knows Dan Snyder well and is aware of his thoughts on potential next #Redskins head coaches that any list of candidates would include: #Steelers HC Mike Tomlin, #Bucs DC Todd Bowles, #Chiefs OC Eric Bieniemy.”Tomlin just signed a two-year extension with the Steelers over the offseason. The team also has a third-year option for the longtime head coach if they choose to pursue it. NFL Insider Jason La Canfora thinks the Redskins main objective is to get Tomlin away from the Steelers. “I firmly believe that Dan Snyder’s primary objective in his next coaching hire will be to find a way to acquire Mike Tomlin from the Steelers. We’ll see how feasible that may be.” Tomlin has a 126-70-1 record in his 13 years with the Steelers.
  4. ASo the son of Jags owner Shad Khan, Tony Khan started a new wrestling promotion this year called All Elite Wrestling. Their weekly show called 'Dynamite' debuts tonight at 9 e.s.t. on TNT and TSN in Canada. It will continue every Wednesday night at the same time. The WWE is countering with putting their NXT brand on U.S.A. at the same time opposite the AEW show. Let the Wednesday night wars begin.
  5. This s*** is gold, I can't control my laughter at some of these.
  6. So what's your deal? Just thought you would come over and troll a Jets board? I see at least three trolls sign up here every week, and they always seem to be Patsie fans. You guys are the most insecure, bandwagon jumping fan base. Same as The Bruins fans. In five years we won't hear a peep out of you guys, as you all will have moved on from the Patsies to watching the LPGA and ATP World Tour. The New England who?
  7. A lot of the over 40 crowd here from the New York City area probably remember Pedro Morales. During the early 70's he was a God among the NYC Puerto Rican and Hispanic pro wrestling fans. Rest In Peace Pedro Morales https://www.cbssports.com/wwe/news/pedro-morales-wwe-hall-of-famer-and-former-heavyweight-champion-dies-at-age-76/ Pedro Morales, WWE Hall of Famer and former heavyweight champion, dies at age 76 Morales was the first triple crown winner in WWE history Pedro Morales, who holds the distinction of being the first triple crown winner in WWE history, has died at the age of 76, WWE confirmed on Tuesday. According to PW Insider, Morales had been battling Parkinson's Disease during the later stages of his life. Former WWE announcer Hugo Savinovich was first to report the sad news of Morales's passing on Tuesday. Morales, from Culebra Island, Puerto Rico, began his professional wrestling career in 1959 and would enjoy his first stint with the then-World Wide Wrestling Federation from 1970-75. In February 1971, Morales would etch his name in history when he defeated Ivan Koloff inside Madison Square Garden in New York to claim the WWWF heavyweight championship. Beloved by the massive Puerto Rican population in the New York area, Morales was a successful draw for Vince McMahon Sr. and his northeast territory. He would go on to hold the WWWF heavyweight title for 1,027 days before dropping it to the heel Stan Stasiak in Philadelphia in December 1973. Stasiak would only hold the championship for nine days, losing it to the legendary Bruno Sammartino who was returning to serve as the marquee star of the promotion once again. Upon leaving the territory in 1975, Morales enjoyed time with the likes of the AWA and New Japan Pro-Wrestling but would return to the northeast area in 1980, with the promotion officially having been re-branded to the World Wrestling Federation. In August of 1980, Morales won the WWF tag team championship with partner Bob Backlund, though the duo would be forced to vacate the titles the next day due to Backlund's status as reigning WWF champion. In December 1980, Morales became the first triple crown winner in WWE history when he defeated Ken Patera to win the intercontinental championship. This was the first of two IC title reigns for Morales, with the other coming in November 1981 with a victory over Don Muraco. Morales entered retirement in 1987 and proceeded to keep a rather low profile during his time away from the ring. He was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 1995. by Jack Crosby @JackCrosby1423
  8. Well he clearly has used a ton of human growth hormone in his time...Except it did nothing to increase his height. I mean just take a look at that mug of his. The evidence is written all over his face.

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