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In a truth is stranger than fiction story, Justin Bieber was the target of a castration for hire plot! I can only assume they were going to sell them on ebay or something.
Im not sure what is up with the 28 in front of my name-shrug. I did sign up for an account on the wvu site. Oh well.
Its nice to know i have 27 followers who copied my uber handle!
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Many of Pitt's 58 "rushing attempts" were the result qb Tino Sunseri fleeing the pocket like a man whose clothes were on fire.
Why is the username on this thread 28_Nolaeer but on the thread it says Nolaeer?
When I opened this thread yesterday, it was still "28_Nolaeer" and it said it was his first post... which made this thread all the more confusing.
This is the one and only NOLAeer. However, I was thinking of taking advantage of the free 30 day trial of the 247 website. I filled out the form, but hesitated at providing the credit card information wondering how hard it would be to "notify" them if I didnt want to continue with it. I am a premium member on scout, but 247 seems to break some stuff.
Anyway, i decided to think it over some more, but i had already registered as Nolaeer and hit continue. Even though
I have the same email address it put a 28 in front of my name.
I guess a lot of people have seen me post, and wanted to imitate me in some form. so there must be 27 other Nolaeers. That's my guess anyway. Ill get it straightened out eventually.
Nolaeer-there can be only one!
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