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    Some sicko on the boards is getting investigated by the FBI, the guy is completely disturbed.

    This guy deserves whatever he gets.

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    Re: Poster on could get possible jail time

    Sounds like a prank by a teenager. What kind of idiot would post that stuff on one of the most popular sports network's sites in America?


    • #3
      Re: Poster on could get possible jail time

      Originally posted by Milan
      Sounds like a prank by a teenager. What kind of idiot would post that stuff on one of the most popular sports network's sites in America?
      The kind of idiot that should be in jail.



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        Re: Poster on could get possible jail time

        yet another great find by rf16. That poster is nuts


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