Found January 03, 2013 on The Rhino and Compass:
Welcome to Thursday. I hope you are doing well. It’s Darren Daulton’s birthday! Tim Tebow had a rough season. He couldn’t even surpass a punter in yardage. The Twins don’t really spend as much time with advanced statistics as they would like to imply.  This is not a good shot… It just happened to go in SCOREBOARD NHL Minnesota, Winnepeg – Ooh, the budding rivalry! NCAAB Purdue 68, Illinois 61 – All right. I’m happy to have a little bit of optimism in some team, even though I’m really confused.
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