gimpy007

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About gimpy007

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    The Field Goal Team
  • Birthday 05/18/1975

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  • Redskins Fan Since
    Birth
  • Favorite Redskin
    Dexter Manley
  • Location
    Maple Valley, WA
  • Interests
    Sports, Vacations, & Politics
  • Occupation
    Mortgage Banker
  1. gimpy007

    The Own3d Thread.(Keep it clean)

    My very first contribution to this thread - Cop Hit In Gas Attack
  2. gimpy007

    The Own3d Thread.(Keep it clean)

    Leprechaun in Mobile, Alabama
  3. Interesting you should mention that - My wife and I were talking about that last night which brought up Pro Football having its issues in the past with players but no one ever mentions steroids or recreational drugs as the cause like they do with Wrestling. Check out this article - http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/6966076?MSNHPHMA Mike Webster played 17 seasons in the pros, most of them for the Pittsburgh Steelers, and is considered by many to be the game's greatest center. In 1997, he delivered an alarmingly confused speech at his Hall of Fame induction. Five years ago, at the age of 50, he died: broke and alone, addicted to painkillers and suffering from dementia believed to be the result of the repeated concussions he endured as a player. In his last days, Iron Mike Webster — who started 150 consecutive games for the Steelers — would curl up in a ball and cry. As it ended, he couldn't even find the bathroom. His son remembers him urinating in an oven. Not one time do they mention steroids in this article. Yet we all know that steroids are just as big of a problem in the NFL as it is in Wrestling. My wife and I have came to the conclusion that concussions along with steroids abuse and or recreational drugs, mainly cocaine, have played a big part in athletes dying young or just going plain WACKO for no apparent reason.
  4. gimpy007

    Show Yourselves II

    Mr. and Mrs. Gimpy on our Honeymoon.