Found December 13, 2012 on The Rhino and Compass:
Kevin Correia is officially a Twin. Also, the Dodgers are looking to move Nick Punto. Good times are here again. Tommy Tuberville sounds like a class act. 2012 in college football GIF form. Ouch. The Weather Channel is now shaming athletes. SCOREBOARD NHL Minnesota, St Louis – People seem to think the season will actually start soon. You know, before it’s all cancelled again in 5 years.
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