Found October 22, 2013 on Minus Twenty-Two:
We’re no TMZ, so we’ll try to keep this as sports related as possible. Here goes… Kim Kardashian, ex-wife of Kris Humphries, ex-girlfriend to Reggie Bush and Miles Austin, sister-in-law to Lamar Odom reportedly got engaged to Kanye West, mortal enemy to Kris Humphries, Monday night. And guess where it all went down! From E! News: The E! star is engaged to longtime love Kanye West, the rapper popping the question in front of their friends and family at AT&T Park in San Francisco. Kanye, whose Yeezus Tour touches down in nearby San Jose tomorrow night, rented out the stadium for the occasion. Rented out the stadium for the occasion. I have a feeling that’s slightly different than that one time my parents rented out a table at Chuck E Cheese’s for my birthday. How many $120 T-shirts to do you have to sell to make that happen? The Giants’ season has long been over but that doesn’t mean AT&T Park still can’t play stage to one of a mankind’s most important moments. So, buck up, Gi...
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  • Well now I can rest easy knowing that little northwest will have a married mommy and daddy. It just goes to prove what I have always said: "A sex tape on the internet is the quickest way to fame and fortune." I am having that engraved and sent to all my children.
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