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Monday, October 20, 2003


Bruce "CC" Cents

In Mr. Hawthorne's defense, his wife left him for another woman. That can mess a man up for a long time. But everyone knows that Ali Landry played for ULL (formerly USL).


And ULL is 1-7 this season, so maybe they dress out a lot of women.


I don't know if they dress like women at ULL but if Mr. Hawthorne had, his wife might've stuck around.


This has photoshop written all over it. Just wait til I get home.

I didn't know Hawthorne's wife jumped ship. Was she pissed about the whole Jack Hunt fiasco from last year's Kensucky game?


They were neighbors of mine growing up. Ms. Hawthorne taught gym (not kidding) at Tara High. They divorced in the 1980s. He may have remarried by now.


To my knowledge he is still single. One of my friends works for him, so I get to hear all the stories. However, most the stories I hear is about his daughter. She is a stripper - I'm sorry exotic dancer - turned call girl.


I went to middle school with a girl related to him. Not sure if it was a daughter or niece or what. What's the ho's name?


Y'all behave and stick to facts or football. I don't pander to no slander and don't wanna be liable for no libel.

Not Bruce, he wouldn't slander anyone



Mandy the call girl?

For $50, she'll come and she'll give without taking. For another $50, she'll kiss you and stop you from shaking. Then you can just send her away when you're done.



I got halfway done with the photoshopping. I'll post it tonight.


You know, I'm not sure what her name is. Whenever I hear stories about her, my friend usually starts with "You're not gonna believe what Jim's daughter, 'Tricks', did."

I have a Trix cereal T-shirt ("silly rabbit, trixs are for kids!") and threatened to wear it to a ball game one time. heh heh heh.

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