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Kurt’s Blog: Arrrgh, This Has Happened To Me 5 Times in a Row
Kurt’s Blog: Arrrgh, This Has Happened To Me 5 Times in a Row

(sometimes you find great pics…like above…it’s just Mike & supermodel Alessandro Ambrosio…perfect)

5 times…5 straight times…so aggravating.

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Am I getting stronger…or are the milk labels getting weaker? Arrgggh.

Monsters University

The World Premiere & Tailgate Party for Disney-Pixar's "Monsters University" at the El Capitan Theatre

Today will be a happy day for my kids…Monsters University is on DVD! Heck, I’m excited about this….it was such a good movie.

Time to rank the best Monsters:

5. Squishy

4. Don Carlton

3. Art

2. Sully

1. Mike

 

This Has Become Awful

So, apparently, everyone in my fantasy football league tooks pics of them with the Star 102.5 Van…and when they beat me in fantasy football, they’re posting the pics on Facebook. This was the first thing I saw this morning.

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Congrats to you Woos. Well done…arrrgh. Stupid Golden Tate.

 

AWESOME is as AWESOME does!

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