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Touch-lines : The day, Osama died. And we were singing…

You know when you have a slip of the tounge and you don’t even have that viewpoint of what you said in error, but then your boss makes the subtle joke comment that shows that he agrees with the erroneous comment?  Yeah, that totally happened.  It was awkward.  And he’s an asshole.

The word asshole is a blatant curse, and should be used in judgment.  The F*** word is considered an even worse curse.  Now… if you combine the two…  River End, get on that.

I wonder how MLS referees get paid.  I imagine they make a hefty sum for what they do.  They are top notch professionals and not bitter, incompetent, wastes of life.

Beckham attended the Royal Wedding.  I attended a drunken bender.  What does this have in common?  We both played soccer horribly the next day.

Speaking of the wedding, can you believe what she was wearing. Like, oh, my, god…  Yea i didn’t watch it either.

Chuck Norris should always be an answer for a blank question during Quizzo.  This would have helped my team, but alas, I did not believe in the Norris.

Wonder if Leitch learned how to kick from Norris.

Portland Timbers like wood.
… that’s all.

The only red card that was deserved during Union vs San Jose was Steven Lenhart’s hair.

The song Harvey all the time was a success in that he was red carded.  There is currently a new song about Nakazawa.  Will the River End Chant curse continue this coming week?  We shall see.

Will I ever regain my sanity this week?  Will the penguins finally take over?  Will this blog get readership?  Will The River End account on twitter unblock me?  Find out next week in Touch-lines.

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  1. May 3, 2011 at 2:31 PM

    “Bye-bye, Mr. terrorist guy, put some bullets in your gullet now with the fishes you lie, them good ol’ boys are drinkin whiskey and rye, sayin it’s about time bin Laden died”

  2. Keith
    May 3, 2011 at 2:57 PM

    C Norris is especially a good guess for any 80’s film that sounds like its about military or martial arts “The Delta Force”

    • djkw418
      May 3, 2011 at 3:05 PM

      Yes, but what about Steven Seagal? He’s up there too.

  3. Jean-Claude Van Damme
    May 4, 2011 at 10:40 AM

    Hey guys, don’t forget about me! I can kick really high above my head!!!!

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