Found December 15, 2012 on Busted Coverage:
• ESPN shuts down tweeting over CT shooting • Funniest Athlete Tweets of 2012 • Cat predicts NFL games by dropping deuces • Roger Goodell to ban ball from NFL • Hot Chicks W/Douchebags 2012 Awards • Brooklyn Decker GIFs of the Week – LOOK! • Gulp: LeAnn Rimes wardrobe malfunction • Yawn: More Kate Upton Filed under: Daily Dump
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