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« Reply #10 on: Mar 19, 2007 at 12:53 »

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Be funny if they tweezed a few XL ring diamonds outta Levi's forehead.
Or if there is a permanent imprint of the ring in Jones' forehead.
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« Reply #11 on: Mar 19, 2007 at 13:06 »

probably the closest any Cincy bengal will ever come to a superbowl ring.  Jones should thank peazy for his brief brush with greatness.  

and any a-hole that hits on a dealer 6 deserves to get dropped IMO
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« Reply #12 on: Mar 19, 2007 at 13:44 »

http://nuggets.aolsportsblog.com/2007/03/1...jones-in-vegas/



The picture of Peazy in that one is priceless.
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« Reply #13 on: Mar 19, 2007 at 14:07 »

Friend of mine said this was said on a radio show in Tampa.


"Per an e-mail from a reader who claims to have witnessed the incident, "They started talking sh-t, Joey Porter saying he'll always be a Steeler.  He showed off the Super Bowl ring and Jones got up to him, and Joey Porter pretty much kicked his ass . . . .  Jones never got a shot in."
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« Reply #14 on: Mar 19, 2007 at 19:30 »

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Friend of mine said this was said on a radio show in Tampa.


"Per an e-mail from a reader who claims to have witnessed the incident, "They started talking sh-t, Joey Porter saying he'll always be a Steeler.  He showed off the Super Bowl ring and Jones got up to him, and Joey Porter pretty much kicked his ass . . . .  Jones never got a shot in."
That's my boy.

I'll always love that guy.   :wub:  
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« Reply #15 on: Mar 19, 2007 at 20:13 »

I wish there was some surveylance(sp?) footage of the ass beating.  Don't casinos have like 5 million cameras on at all times?  Can I get a video leak one time!?
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« Reply #16 on: Mar 19, 2007 at 20:57 »

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I wish there was some surveylance(sp?) footage of the ass beating.  Don't casinos have like 5 million cameras on at all times?  Can I get a video leak one time!?
im sure it will make its rounds through youtube soon enough...i guess some things dont always stay in vegas. :shit:  
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« Reply #17 on: Mar 20, 2007 at 08:45 »

I really doubt it (unfortunately!).  The casino wouldn't release such a tape, unless made to for a court case. Even then, they will keep a strict eye on it.

Remember Tyson-Holyfield II? Where Tyson bit off the ear(s)?  After that fight, there was a massive riot at the MGM. People turning over blackjack tables, chips spilling everywhere. I was there...crazy shit, man. I mean, seriously scary. I nearly got trampled at one point, and my friends and I ran -- out-and-out sprint -- like rats in a maze to get the hell out of there.

During the chaos, apparently a couple of NBA stars were in the high roller area, at a table. Some dumbass in the group took the opportunity to start grabbing the high denomination chips. Like they needed the money or something.

Anyway, it was ALL caught by the Eye in the Sky.  The story hit the papers, but the MGM refused to name the player involved (at the time).  I don't recall the tape ever being broadcast -- certainly not locally, where this was all big, big news.  Generally, I don't think the Strip properties really enjoy embarassing celebrities; they want them to come back, as it adds to the mystique of the individual property.

Here's a link about that other story, if anyone is interested.

http://espn.go.com/endofcentury/s/century/graham.html  

..oh, and for the record -- that WAS gunfire. No doubt about it. Like I said, scary shit.
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« Reply #18 on: Mar 20, 2007 at 08:59 »

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Blackjack tables were overturned and a security camera caught, among others, Dominique Wilkins' hairdresser stealing chips in the rampage.

it was Nique's hairdresser grabbing some chips.  as for Wilkins, damn, thats a name i havent heard in a while.  Best dunker of my time.

maybe not the casino security cameras, but im sure some joe blow has it on is camera phone or something like that.  im sure the casino was more worried about a brawl then preventing someone from using a camera in a casino at that time.
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« Reply #19 on: Oct 15, 2007 at 07:34 »

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I really doubt it (unfortunately!).  The casino wouldn't release such a tape, unless made to for a court case. Even then, they will keep a strict eye on it.

Remember Tyson-Holyfield II? Where Tyson bit off the ear(s)?  After that fight, there was a massive riot at the MGM. People turning over blackjack tables, chips spilling everywhere. I was there...crazy shit, man. I mean, seriously scary. I nearly got trampled at one point, and my friends and I ran -- out-and-out sprint -- like rats in a maze to get the hell out of there.

During the chaos, apparently a couple of NBA stars were in the high roller area, at a table. Some dumbass in the group took the opportunity to start grabbing the high denomination chips. Like they needed the money or something.

Anyway, it was ALL caught by the Eye in the Sky.  The story hit the papers, but the MGM refused to name the player involved (at the time).  I don't recall the tape ever being broadcast -- certainly not locally, where this was all big, big news.  Generally, I don't think the Strip properties really enjoy embarassing celebrities; they want them to come back, as it adds to the mystique of the individual property.

Here's a link about that other story, if anyone is interested.

http://espn.go.com/endofcentury/s/century/graham.html  

..oh, and for the record -- that WAS gunfire. No doubt about it. Like I said, scary shit.

 http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/7332948

Apparently Fox sports got their hands on the tape somehow.  Doesn't sound too good for Peazy.
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