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  1. hollywood9826

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    Yea the animal will be missed and the Ivan Koloff shortly there after.
     
  2. hollywood9826

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    It's been a while since we have had this WNBA discussion on this forum but you can look back where I have said it numerous times. But when a WNBA player retires abruptly and says the following.

    "Me being heterosexual and straight and being vocal in my identity as a straight woman was huge," Wiggins told the Union-Tribune. "I would say 98 percent of the women in the WNBA are gay women. It was a conformist type of place. There was a whole different set of rules they [the other players] could apply."

    The only thing she left out in that interview is how I could have trained with a team and been the Charles Barkley of the WNBA. I roll hard in the paint :)
     
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  3. TheJRK

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    Just say you identify as a woman and start dropping bombs from beyond the 3-point line.
     
  4. TheJRK

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    Anyone hitting outside today? 75 degrees...
     
  5. hollywood9826

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    Shooting is not really my strong suit. But the line closer and the ball is smaller. Smaller ball with same rim means more margain of error.
    Grow my hair and call my self Danielle. No different than a woman named michelle who cuts her hair wears flannel and goes by Mitch.

    if the paid more maybe it would be worth it :)
     
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  6. Sup2Dresq

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    Have any of you guys or anyone you know converted a fridge into a kegerator?
    I came across a fridge and am considering giving it a shot.
     
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    nope. maybe dats if anyone.
     
  9. datsveryinterestin

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    I've not done the kegerator and would definitely mess it up if I tried... but I created 2 obedient little creatures that can now fetch and retrieve beers from fridge!
    Sometimes they require treats though which is why I grab tons of free lollipops from trader Joe's on exit.
     
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  10. zapvor

    zapvor G.O.A.T.

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    wow.....dats....very interestin
     
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    went over to my buddy house over holidays. right in the kitchen he has a keg set up. beer on tap!
     
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    Zapvors 1st keg experience! Our Lil guy is all growed up! (Sniff)
     
  13. hollywood9826

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    It don't look that hard. I bought all the equipment I need to do it.
    My Parents bought a fridge to put in GMoms house to try and sell it. But when it didn't sell the bank foreclosed on it. So when we were getting the fridge out I mentioned needing one to make a kegerator. Then dad gave me the fridge.
    So now its just waiting for the stuff to come in and finding a place to fill my Co2 bottle.

    Once I get comfortable with the set up Ill probably add another one and get the Nitorgen bottle so I can do guiness or boddingtons. That's if I can find boddingtons kegs around here.
     
  14. Sup2Dresq

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    build a bar Hollywood.. and they will "Field of Dreams" your home.
     
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    I am not liking these green and yellow Nike outfits. At first I thought the guys just didn't know how to match but then every dude has the same outfit on.
     
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    recall the scuba suit shirt days ... only the thin like you could pull it off.
     
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    @Sup2Dresq ,

    Where are the live reports from the Miami Masters?
     
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    What do you want to see? Videos? Pics? Pros talking to you guys?

    I'm taking my boy in hopes he gets a pic with Federer. Hoping the mob of fans realizes he's a baby and gives him a chance.
     

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