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  1. Hey guys I got your advice off my friends computer (didnt feel like signing in) and it worked im back on. I downloaded that virus program and went into safe mode and used it and tada it worked.

    To bad I lost all my music

  2. Hey Im having a big problem.

    I think I have a virus or something because I run Windows XP SP2 and at the start it says the program MSMBW.exe has a unknown publisher and cannot run or it tries to run.

    So I cancel it and try to open some stuff and nothing except my internet and my Yahoo messanger work. I try to run my Norton anti virus but it will pop up for a second then go away. Not even my Task manager will work. I tried to download AIM again to see if that would work and when it asked to open or save it just goes away after a second.

    I really need help here everything is crippled what should i do?

  3. Hey I have searched everywhere on this forum for those 2 threads with the fat white kid rapping.

    My friend wanted me to get the links for him so i came to find them and cant find them anywhere.

    Just delete this thread after i get them


  4. Ok I remember this song from like early late 90's I cant remember when I just rememeber i was like younger 11 or 12 and there was this rock song i always liked and it went something like this. These arent the exact lyrics but i was wondering if somebody could pick up what I'm trying to say.

    Give it up to me, Give it up to me Do you wanna be my angel (?)

    Give it up to me!, Give it up to me! Do you wanna be my angel

  5. February 7, 2005

    WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush was not aware of any steroid use by Texas Rangers players while he was a team executive, the White House said Monday.

    In his upcoming book, Jose Canseco said he introduced Rafael Palmeiro, Ivan Rodriguez and Juan Gonzalez to steroids after being traded to Texas in 1992, the New York Daily News reported. Canseco said Bush, the Rangers' managing partner at the time, must have known about the drugs.

    White House press secretary Scott McClellan said he spoke to Bush about alleged steroid use.

    ``If there was, he was not aware of it at the time,'' McClellan said.

    ``He has recognized, for some time now, that steroids is a growing problem in professional sports, particularly Major League Baseball,'' he said. ``That's why the president has made addressing the issue a priority in his administration.''

    Canseco's book, ``Juiced: Wild Times, Rampant 'Roids, Smash Hits, and How Baseball Got Big,'' is scheduled for release by Regan Books on Feb. 21. A company spokesman has said the date might be moved up.

    Palmeiro, now playing for Baltimore, disputed Canseco's claim.

    ``I categorically deny any assertion made by Jose Canseco that I used steroids,'' Palmeiro said in a statement. ``At no point in my career have I ever used steroids, let alone any substance banned by Major League Baseball.

    ``As I have never had a personal relationship with Canseco, any suggestion that he taught me anything, about steroid use or otherwise, is ludicrous. We were teammates and that was the extent of our relationship. I am saddened that he felt it necessary to attempt to tarnish my image and that of the game I love.''

    Gonzalez's agent, Alan Nero, said, ``Our immediate reaction is we feel sorry for Jose, that he felt he had to do this for whatever reason. And we feel badly for everyone he implicated in this.

    ``Juan has never used steroids and has never been in favor of their use. And, in fact, in 2000, when Major League Baseball did its survey, Juan was in favor of testing and was one of only two players that volunteered to be tested at that time,'' Nero said.

    Rodriguez signed with Detroit last season. Tigers president Dave Dombrowski said the team had no comment on the report.

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  6. February 6, 2005

    NEW YORK (AP) -- Jose Canseco says in his upcoming book that he injected Mark McGwire with steroids and introduced several other sluggers to the drugs, the Daily News reported Sunday.

    The long-awaited ``Juiced: Wild Times, Rampant 'Roids, Smash Hits, and How Baseball Got Big,'' is scheduled for release by Regan Books on Feb. 21. Regan publicist Paul Olsewski told The Associated Press in an e-mail that the release date could be moved up.

    Parent company HarperCollins posted a book description on its Web site that said Canseco ``made himself a guinea pig of the performance-enhancing drugs'' and added the 1988 AL MVP ``mixed, matched and experimented to such a degree that he became known throughout the league as 'The Chemist.'''

    The Daily News did not quote from the book and said it was still being edited. The newspaper would not say how it got the information.

    Canseco did not respond to an e-mail from the AP.

    Canseco said he, McGwire and Jason Giambi shot steroids together in the bathroom stall at the Oakland Coliseum, the Daily News reported. McGwire has always denied using steroids.

    ``I have always told the truth and I am saddened I continue to face this line of questioning,'' McGwire told the newspaper.

    Canseco said he introduced Texas teammates Rafael Palmeiro, Ivan Rodriguez and Juan Gonzalez to steroids after being traded to the Rangers in 1992.

    ``Neither our current owner, general manager and manager were with the Rangers then,'' Texas spokesman Gregg Elkin said. ``The Rangers continue to support baseball's initiative to get steroids out of the game.''

    Canseco also said President Bush, the Rangers' general managing partner at the time, must have known about the steroid use.

    White House spokesman Trent Duffy did not specifically address Canseco's assertion, but said Sunday that Bush's position on steroids ``has been known for some time,'' noting that he condemned the drugs in his 2004 State of the Union address.

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  7. I dont think they're is any Brown's fans here but I don't wanna leave anyone out so here ya go.

    February 7, 2005, at 10:32 AM ET


    Jacksonville, FL (Sports Network) - Patriots defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel accepted an offer to become the new head coach of the Cleveland Browns after New England's Super Bowl XXXIX victory over the Eagles on Sunday night.

    It didn't take long. Browns president John Collins called after the game, and Crennel said yes.

    "I was excited about that," Crennel said. "I'm excited about the opportunity to work with them." Crennel, who had been rumored to be in line for the Cleveland job for some time, could be introduced as the first black head coach in team history as early as Tuesday.

    Contract negotiations between Crennel's agent, Joe Linta, and the Browns are set to begin Monday, the team said.

    New England ended its season in fine fashion Sunday, claiming its third championship in four years with a 24-21 win over Philadelphia at ALLTEL Stadium.

    The 57-year-old Crennel, who started his pro coaching career on Ray Perkins' staff with the New York Giants in 1981, will be Cleveland's third coach since 1999, when the Browns returned to the league as an expansion team.

    Since then, the club has posted a dismal 30-67 mark and lost their only playoff game in 2002.

    Crennel is no stranger to the Browns organization. He served as the club's defensive coordinator in 2000 under Chris Palmer, who was fired after going just 5-27 in two years. In Crennel's one season in charge of Cleveland's defense, the Browns recorded 42 sacks -- a 17-sack improvement over the previous year.

    He was also interviewed for the head coaching position before Butch Davis was hired in 2001.

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  8. February 7, 2005, at 04:28 PM ET


    Detroit, MI (Sports Network) - Taking a chance on an injured player from last year, the Detroit Tigers held a news conference on Monday to announce the signing of free agent rightfielder Magglio Ordonez. His contract is reportedly worth $75 million over five years and could escalate to $105 million over seven seasons if options are exercised.

    The Tigers could reportedly void the deal after the 2005 season if Ordonez should spend 25 days or more on the disabled list due to problems with his left knee. Ordonez, who just turned 31, had two surgeries on the knee last season.

    "There is still some concern until he goes out there, day in and day out for an extended period; so you want to do whatever you can to protect yourself," Tigers president, CEO and general manager Dave Dombrowski said. "We thought that was important in this case." A four-time All-Star, Ordonez was limited to a career-low 52 games last season for the Chicago White Sox and batted .292 with nine home runs and 37 RBI. The New York Mets were also pursuing Ordonez, who is a career .307 hitter with 187 home runs and 703 RBI in eight major-league seasons, all with the White Sox.

    "I think in fairness to everybody, we wanted to make sure that we entered into an agreement with the team that we were going to be able to fulfill the contract through performance," Ordonez' agent, Scott Boras, said.

    One downfall for Ordonez is his past performances at Comerica Park, home of the Tigers. His career average in the ball park is .259 with one homer and 13 RBI.

    Tigers manager Alan Trammell said Ordonez would likely bat clean-up with Dmitri Young expected to be the No. 5 man in the lineup. One problem the Tigers may have now is too many outfielders, and speculation has been growing that the team would try to trade Bobby Higginson.

    "It's still a little early. You never know what might happen," Trammell said.

    "I like going into spring training with having maybe a little extra. Magglio, of course, is going to play. Things have a way of working themselves out, as will be the case here." This marks the second impact free agent signing for the Tigers this off- season, as they inked closer Troy Percival to a two-year, $12 million contract in November.


  9. By BARRY WILNER, AP Football Writer

    February 6, 2005

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Dynasties don't have to be perfect or pretty. They just have to win -- like the New England Patriots.

    The Patriots won their third Super Bowl in four years with a dominant second half Sunday night, wearing down the Philadelphia Eagles 24-21.

    It wasn't overpowering, and at times it was downright ugly. But it was more than enough to match the Dallas Cowboys' run of the 1990s and certify the Patriots of Bill Belichick and Tom Brady as the NFL's latest dynasty.

    ``To me this trophy belongs to these players,'' Belichick said. ``They met all comers this year, a very challenging year. We're thrilled to win. These players played great all year, their best in the big games and they deserve it, they really deserve it.''

    With MVP Deion Branch tying a Super Bowl record for receptions with 11, Brady efficiently running the offense and Rodney Harrison sparking a smothering defense, the Patriots (17-2) won their ninth successive postseason game. That ties the record of Vince Lombardi's Packers of the 1960s, and there's hardly any better company a team can keep.

    The difference once again was an Adam Vinatieri field goal, this one a 22-yarder with 8:40 to go. New England won its other two Super Bowls by the margin of Vinatieri's last-second kicks.

    This time, the Patriots sealed it with a stop.

    Philadelphia (15-4) got the ball back at its 4 with 46 seconds remaining. It was hardly enough time and far too much territory to cover against such a formidable foe.

    Harrison got his second interception with 9 seconds remaining to end it.

    Playing before a sea of mostly green jerseys in the crowd of 78,125, the Patriots made sure Philadelphia would not get its first pro sports title since 1983. Indeed, it's been 45 years since the Eagles won the NFL crown. And even though they made it to the Super Bowl for the first time in 24 seasons -- after three straight conference championship flops -- their season still ended in disappointment.

    Corey Dillon, a newcomer to the championship game, scored the go-ahead points on a 2-yard run early in the fourth period. And when Branch wasn't running free and catching passes, the Patriots flaunted their versatility by again using linebacker Mike Vrabel to find the end zone.

    Vrabel has caught TD passes in two straight Super Bowls and has five TDs in as many career catches, not bad for a linebacker -- or anyone else.

    Brady wasn't as fluid as he was when he won the MVP awards in the 2002 and 2004 games, but he was on-target much of the time, finishing 23-for-33 for 236 yards and two TDs.




    VANCOUVER (CP) - The penis in the middle of a small-town controversy has been hammered out of the public eye.

    Vandals attacked the appendage on a nude statue erected in middle of Penticton, B.C.'s, roundabout at the entrance to the marina area. The sculpture's lack of clothing upset mayor David Perry and several citizens who demanded it be taken down, shortly after it was unveiled earlier in the month. Michael Hermesh, the creator of the piece, was disgusted by the uproar and childish vandalism of his work.

    "Someone said to me, 'well, what did you expect, putting a nude statue up in Penticton.'

    "That's like saying to a woman who's been raped, 'what did you expect wearing a skirt that goes above your knees.' Disgusting."

    Mayor Perry said Penticton is not as open to such nude artworks as Toronto and other larger cities and noted public tax money was involved in commissioning the project.

    The installation features a nude, two-metre man holding a suitcase, surrounded by 24 old suitcases.

    City council held a special meeting in January to decide what to do about it.

    Curtis Collins, director of the Art Gallery of the South Okanagan, convinced Hermesh to obscure the genitalia with a square steel plate.

    Collins said the plate, in fact, drew more attention to the figure's midsection and made the work look ridiculous.

    He removed it, saying the piece was never meant to be provocative.

    Mayor Perry said he didn't want to upset the piece but was concerned about the approval process for public art going forward.

    He doesn't want a repeat of previous community uproar over a proposed - and later rejected - teddy bear sculpture next to City Hall.

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