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2001-07-14 01:10:10 AM
Oh Dear Lord, WHYYYYYYYYYYYYY!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
2001-07-14 01:26:43 AM
I suggest that the next time this guy retires everyone laugh at him and then ignore him.
 
2001-07-14 01:55:12 AM
Yawn. Another fabricated 'story' in sports. Cal. Dale. Goran. Blah, blah, blah.

Bob Costas and later Joe Buck were on Jim Rome yesterday and both were adamantly denying any possiblity of a conspiracy regarding Ripken's home run in the all-star game.

Not 48 hours after the fact, already the shills are coming out vouching for "America's Game". Even the denials seemed prepackaged and scripted. This Jordan thing should be quite interesting.
 
2001-07-14 01:56:45 AM
MrScience:
Dude this is Michael Jordan we are talking about. The king of the rim, His Airness, the almighty god of round ball. Oh, and he is like around forty. Never mind.
 
2001-07-14 02:03:20 AM
If you gave me a half a million bucks, I'd cut off both of my hands and play the toughest game you could throw at me. I play like shiat anyway, but oh well. I'm still down.
 
2001-07-14 11:39:23 AM
C'mon people, this MICHEAL JORDAN!! The man was born to play basketball. If the dude wants to retire and comeback until he's 80 years old, I say COOL! He's 40, so what? I watched the the first game he played when he came out of retirement the first time. AWESOME! I say Micheal at 40 can still play a better game than 75% of the entire NBA! My money's on Jordan. Go boy!
 
2001-07-14 12:16:05 PM
If I had his cash I wouldn't do anything that made me break a sweat.
 
2001-07-14 12:36:20 PM
Type in this link to get the real deal on M.J.
http://www.nationallampoon.com/modstyles/newsflash/main/nf_jordan.as p
 
2001-07-14 05:17:43 PM
It's not that he can't play, it's that he can't make up his mind whether to quit or not. He's become the Ross Perot of basketball. Make up your damn mind, already.
 
2001-07-14 08:52:07 PM
I rather suppose with his money and talent Mr. Jordan can change his mind as many times as he damned well pleases. I know I would and like I'd give a flying shiat what anyone else thought.(grin) Hell, I don't give a flying shiat now what anyone else thinks.
 
2001-07-14 09:03:24 PM
Yeah, and I bet he was probably late to practice too.
 
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