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Yoda

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  1. Hey Yoda, it's been a while, bud. How're you doing?

    :D

    hey rainbow hows it been going with you

    Im doing alright still going looking for a job and getting ready for softball, what about you

  2. they are missing about half the NFL and NBA in here

    Randy moss and Ricky Williams are missing they are 2 for sure ones

    and Im pretty sure Layne Staley from Alice in chains has done his fair share

  3. Glad things are well with you. The site is going find, but we just had to upgrade because of an attempted hack - so the house isnt totally in order yet...but they guys are working on it

    Well Im glad the site is still going good for you. Yeah I was reading the thread about that of course people love doing stuff like that I wonder if they think there funny to do it or something, I'll never understand though.

    Site is still lookin good though congrats on keeping it going so long

  4. dude!!! whats going on? Your pretty good at this finding me so quick.

    life is going alright here man just gettin ready to graduate this year and getting my softball team set up ha

    so how is it going with you? I havent thought about this site in forever and was taking out the trash 5 minutes ago and remembered it for some reason and was hoping beatking was still the same address and it was so Im back.

    How is everyone else doing?

  5. man I got a new job today all I gotta do is go around and sell things for a lawn care business and make $7.00 an hour and then next year I will probly be able to start actually doing the lawn work and I guess that pays big bucks.

    Anyone got any good ways to get people to buy the service, I got a few right now that Im thinking about

    lol

  6. Thanks everyone Im surprised u all remembered I barely ever come around here. Maybe I should waste more of my life here then i do.

    Hell maybe i will get caught up on some threads tonight

    thanks again everyone means alot ;)

  7. hello

    I have Yahoo Messanger with my Yahoo DSL thingy, anyway it has that Launch cast plus radio but I'm getting an error code 27-.rapi_common_js_composite_1_22

    I doubt anyone knows about that so I was wondering if anyone else knew about any good rock free radio stations on the internet

  8. Arizona got a steal in the 2nd round with one of there biggest needs RB J.J Arrington from Ok

    they also got some other needs filled. Awesome draft for the Cardinals.

    Who do you think had the best draft yesterday?

  9. ya I think Clevland does look good to go real far this year. Even though I will still be rootin for my Tigers I kinda like the Tribe this year. they have a good pitching staff and C.C Sabithia will be back soon. They have some pretty good hitters I personally like Coco Crisp. They are off to a rough start right now 0-2 but Tigers got roughed up by KC today so I cant talk really.

    I dunno there is alot of games left we will see

  10. The Tribe lost 1-0 in the ninth.........Jake Westbrook pitched a helluva game for Cleveland but the White Sox came up 1 better, 161 games to go.

    Hey Im gonna be at this saturday's game at Comerica Park to watch the Tigers battle the Indians it should be pretty fun to watch these 2 teams slug it out, both have good looking squads this year.

  11. Tampa Bay's Sanchez suspended for violating baseball's policy on performance-enhancing drugs

    By FRED GOODALL, AP Sports Writer

    April 3, 2005

    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) -- Tampa Bay outfielder Alex Sanchez was suspended 10 days for violating baseball's new policy on performance-enhancing drugs, the first player publicly identified under the major leagues' tougher rules.

    The suspension begins Monday when Tampa Bay opens its season against Toronto, the commissioner's office said Sunday.

    Under the new policy that took effect last month, steroids and other performance-enchancing substances are the only drugs to draw a 10-day suspension. Baseball officials and the players' union agreed they would not disclose the exact substance for which a player tests positive.

    Sanchez said he was surprised by the suspension, adding that he uses milkshakes and multivitamins to build his energy -- and blaming the positive test on something he bought over the counter.

    ``I'm going to fight it, because I've never taken steroids or anything like that. ... I never take any steroids because I don't need them,'' said Sanchez, who was released by Detroit in mid-March and signed by the Devil Rays.

    Sanchez, 28, who hit .322 with 19 stolen bases in 79 games for the Tigers last season, said he was drug tested while he was with Detroit. He was to be the Devil Rays' center fielder on opening day.

    Because the suspension is without pay, Sanchez will lose $32,787 of his $600,000 salary.

    Devil Rays general manager Chuck LaMar said the team would have no comment on the suspension.

    ``It's surprising,'' manager Lou Piniella said. ``That's all I have to say on that.''

    Piniella conceded, however, that it was frustrating to have to make a lineup change on the eve of the season opener.

    ``Sanchez had come in here and hit the ball,'' Piniella said. ``Now we've just got to make adjustments, and we will.''

    Sanchez learned of the positive test result early Sunday and participated in a workout at Tropicana Field later in the day. He said he had not been told what banned substance was detected.

    He insisted, however, that he has never used steroids.

    ``I know I did nothing incorrect. ... I take stuff I buy over the counter. Multivitamins, protein shakes, muscle relaxants. That kind of stuff,'' Sanchez said.

    ``I'm surprised because look at what kind of player I am. I'm a leadoff hitter. I never hit any home runs.''

    Sanchez did not identify any of the products he purchased over the counter, but described them as ``something to give me energy, put a little muscle on my body. That's it.''

    ``Everything on the banned list is a Schedule III controlled substance except for Human Growth Hormone,'' said Gene Orza, the union's chief operating officer. ``There is nothing sold over the counter after Jan. 15, the effective date of the new (federal) legislation, that is a banned substance.''

    Baseball has only urine tests, which can't detect hGH. It is possible the Sanchez took a substance that he purchased legally before Jan. 15.

    Sanchez left Cuba on a rickety raft 11 years ago, leaving his family behind. He spent about 16 months in a refugee camp before finally making it to the United States. Last month, Sanchez was reunited with his mother and brother in Miami for the first time since 1994.

    Asked if he was embarrassed to become the first player to be disciplined under baseball's new steroids policy, Sanchez shrugged.

    ``There's nothing we can do about it,'' he said.

    The suspension was announced less than three weeks after several current and former players, including Mark McGwire, traveled to Washington to testify at a congressional hearing on steroids in baseball.

    ``The biggest penalty is being known as a steroid user. That's the No. 1 punishment you can get,'' Philadelphia pitcher Randy Wolf said. ``Whether it's 10, 30 days, a year, your name being out there and being branded is going to be the biggest punishment.''

    New York Yankees pitcher Mike Mussina said the suspension drives home the reality of the tougher rules.

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