Found August 29, 2012 on Kissing Suzy Kolber:
The 2011 Rams were depressing in the way an abandoned strip mall is depressing. Not really hurting anybody, but not serving much of a function, either. No one questions that it’s sad to look at, but no one really cares enough to try to improve it. Meanwhile. are enough other options out there that locals can avoid it without much thought. Furthermore, both A.J. Feeley and Kellen Clemens started games for the Rams last season, and no one would be surprised if either or both of them were currently squatting inside a closed down dollar store. Five Fast Facts About The Rams: - Scott Wells is being lauded for adopting three Ugandan children to go along with the three biological children they are already raising. - Janoris Jenkins said if Wells wanted three black babies so badly, he could have hooked up inside of a year, no problem. - Quintin Mikell gets recognized all the time thanks to his Google search profile. - Actual Bleacher Report article: “Danny Amendola is the Ultimate Fantasy ...
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