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Final Injury Report O'The Week

Did not get any guest column submissions this week, so here's a last look at the injury situation before I take off until Sunday morning.

Warning: This is going to be in my "I'm a real journalist, I promise, and this is my newspaper voice" style, since I am just cutting and pasting from what will be in Saturday's paper. Please do not be alarmed and I promise not to make a habit of it.

Receiver Santana Moss was upgraded to probable on the Redskins' injury report today, but the final status of his hamstring injury will be determined prior to Sunday's kickoff in Philadelphia. Moss, tight end Christian Fauria, upgraded to probable with an ankle injury, and a handful of other players will be given fitness tests during warm-ups before the game.

Moss was enthused to have avoided any setbacks this week in practice, his first time on the field since suffering the injury in Week 7, and said he feels he can play, but is not sure if he is ready for his regular role as the club's No. 1 receiver. Coach Joe Gibbs was surprised at the speed of Moss's recovery this week, although the staff will continue to monitor the situation closely through the weekend and will not dress the wideout unless he is fully healed.

"We want him at full speed," Gibbs said.

Had the Redskins been facing the Eagles Friday, Moss believes he could have participated.

"I feel like I could play," he said. "I'm not sure as far as doing all the things I could do, but I feel like I would have went."

Receiver Brandon Lloyd missed Thursday's practice with a mild groin problem but returned to the field this afternoon and said he will play.

Fauria made a quick turnaround today after missing practice all week and needing a walking cast on his left ankle. Like Moss, he was moved from questionable to probable on the injury report. Receiver David Patten (hamstring), tackle Jon Jansen (calf), tight end Chris Cooley (shoulder) and cornerback Carlos Rogers (thumb) all practiced as well and are expected to be available to play against the Eagles. Cornerback Shawn Springs, who missed most of training camp and the first half of the season with groin and abdominal injuries, was rested today as a precaution, but will play Sunday, Gibbs said.

Okay, that's all I got. Have a great weekend, try to get out and enjoy this weather if at all possible and I'll post a game thread Sunday morning when I get to Philly, assuming no one beats me to a pulp in the parking lot on my way into the stadium.

Cheers.

By Jason La Canfora  |  November 10, 2006; 2:03 PM ET
 
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Looks like we are in good shape then.....

Redskins - 22
Eagles - 17

Note for game - Redskins will be the 1st team to score 22 points 4 games in a row.

Posted by: 4th Floor | November 10, 2006 2:06 PM | Report abuse

JLaC, Pedro offers you his protection

Posted by: Dorf | November 10, 2006 2:10 PM | Report abuse

OK,OK

Jason - my dear lovely - you asnwered my question on your chat. Did everyonsee that? My name in print? A celebrity like Jason even taking the time to ackowledge I exist *swoon*

I think I'm in blog love .... *sigh*

*hugs*

Posted by: SallieMae | November 10, 2006 2:12 PM | Report abuse

Cooley's getting ready to come on Jim Rome's show right now where I am......

Posted by: Pulldownclaw | November 10, 2006 2:12 PM | Report abuse

Pulldownclaw - Please give us a summary. Cooley is still pretty raw with his interviews vs. how Brunell was on the Riggo show.....

Posted by: 4th | November 10, 2006 2:15 PM | Report abuse

OK,OK

X.Hog - I'm following ya. Redskins 31 Eagles 27 and Vincent catches an interception.

JLaC - thanks for this advance read. I think I'll go visit a Skins bars tonight (no - not porn jm220 *wink*) and impress my peeps there with my injury knowledge. I'll start off with something like, "I was visitng Redskin Park recently and noticed that Moss ... blah blah" and see where it goes from there. JLaC - j/k. I will give credit where credit is due - when asked :)

*hugs*

Posted by: SallieMae | November 10, 2006 2:16 PM | Report abuse

When I think of SallieMae, my mind jumps back to that Movie 'Single White Female'.

Anyone else agree??

Posted by: Anonymous | November 10, 2006 2:22 PM | Report abuse

When I think of SallieMae, my mind jumps back to that Movie 'Single White Female'.

Too afraid to post your name sweetie *hugs*


Posted by: SallieMae | November 10, 2006 2:34 PM | Report abuse

very creepy indeed. much love though

Posted by: mile high | November 10, 2006 2:34 PM | Report abuse

salliemae -

are you my ex-girlfriend or not! don't be shy

Posted by: Anonymous | November 10, 2006 2:36 PM | Report abuse

Unkown Post didn't see Single White Female so I don't know. But SallieMae has been great with her post this week. So she gets nothing but love from he. Hey if we jump on her for the long blog we have to give her love for the short ones.

(no - not porn jm220 *wink*)

SallieMae if that your thing there nothing wrong with it. lol

Posted by: jm220 | November 10, 2006 2:36 PM | Report abuse

You never seen SWF jm? It's basically about some pshyco girl who moves moves in with some one via paper/craig's list type listing. She is sooo nice and sweet at 1st, until she starts to slowly imulate the other roomate to the point they look just alike. Every one the normal girl talks to, the phsyco kills them off, because she dosen't want to lose their friendship. I highly suggest it if you've never seen it.

But yeah - Defintely reminds me of the Movie....

Posted by: 4th | November 10, 2006 2:42 PM | Report abuse

The Origin of Chapstick

The old cowhand came riding into town on a hot, dry, dusty day. The local sheriff watched from his chair in front of the saloon as the Cowboy wearily dismounted and tied his horse to the rail a few feet in front of the sheriff.

"Howdy, stranger..."

"Howdy, Sheriff..."

The cowboy then moved slowly to the back of his horse, lifted its tail, and placed a big kiss were the sun don't shine. He dropped the horse's tail, stepped up on the walk, and aimed towards the swinging doors of the saloon.

"Hold on, Mister..."

"Sheriff?"

"Did I just see what I think I just saw?"

"Reckon you did, Sheriff...I got me some powerful chapped lips..."

"And that cures them?" "Nope, but it keeps me from lickin' em!

Posted by: loco mullin | November 10, 2006 2:43 PM | Report abuse

loco mullin we got SallieMae on board. Now you want to go off on the deep in. What's the deal? Please get with the program my friend.

Posted by: jm220 | November 10, 2006 2:46 PM | Report abuse

Great. Thanks, 4th. I was just about to rent SWF but now you've ruined it...

Posted by: MV Dame | November 10, 2006 2:46 PM | Report abuse

4th I will check it out. If it not good I am going to call you out. lol

MV Dame how is it going bra?

Where is Cindy and Meg today?

Posted by: jm220 | November 10, 2006 2:48 PM | Report abuse

Cooley sounds like a high school kid, it's pretty funny, not polished at all. Kind of refreshing actually. Didn't really drop any bombs, although he did say he has a seperated shoulder, did I miss that? I knew he had it dinged up, but I hadn't heard the details. He said it happened against Jacksonville. He also said he has to get a shot before every game to play with the pain.
Other highlights:

-Thought that Novak's 2nd kick was easier for him, that the pressure was off (say what?)

-Excited to have Saunders here, although he's had to learn more than expected

-Brunnell's our guy, blah blah blah-party line

-Gibbs is a players coach, pulled him aside and gave him a rah rah speech earlier this year when he hadn't caught many

-Talked about how he was all set to be a teacher until he started getting more playing time late in his Junior year, then had a huge Senior season and went in the 3rd round

*You gotta love Cooley, just how wacky he is, and although he's had a few uncharacteristic drops this year, he has unbelievable hands and always heads straight up field after the catch and steamrolls a few db's on the way.
-

Posted by: Pulldownclaw | November 10, 2006 2:49 PM | Report abuse

SallieMae, my dear
May I call you S&M?
Would that be OK?

Posted by: MV Dame | November 10, 2006 2:49 PM | Report abuse

May I call you S&M?

LMAO!

Posted by: jm220 | November 10, 2006 2:51 PM | Report abuse

MV Dame - This is the same description you would get from reading the reviews. Nothing more, nothing less.

Posted by: 4th | November 10, 2006 2:55 PM | Report abuse

SallieMae lost me when she did that post on her mother's smelly farting. That was just bizarre.

Posted by: BooferSux | November 10, 2006 2:55 PM | Report abuse

Thanks PullDownClaw!

I guess they didn't bring the separated shoulder thing out, so no one would go for it. But, why would he say it now???????

He still gave more info than Brunell ever did.....

Posted by: 4th Floor | November 10, 2006 2:57 PM | Report abuse

OK,OK
SallieMae lost me when she did that post on her mother's smelly farting. That was just bizarre.

Sweetie - was that during the BLOG Bye week? If so, I was in a zone and using the force. You should see me drive when I'm using the force to guide me and direct me through all those crazy DC-area drivers.

Posted by: SallieMae | November 10, 2006 2:58 PM | Report abuse

OK,OK
submitted to quickly and Oops - forgot the *hugs*

*HUGS*

Posted by: SallieMae | November 10, 2006 2:59 PM | Report abuse

Where is Cindy and Meg today?

I'm on vacation until Monday; won't be around much until then.

Posted by: Megskin | November 10, 2006 2:59 PM | Report abuse

I think I noticed him tweak the shoulder injury early in the Cowf@ckers game. One of his first passes (might have been his first) he caught and ran up the left sideline. He ran over someone (standard), and then got hit out of bounds. He got hit square on the shoulder (the right shoulder), and I could have sworn I saw him wince in his reaction, even though only momentarily.

It was like a Peter Griffin "that stings... aaaahhhhh... ssssss.... ooooohhh... sssss.... aaahhhhh..." type of moment.

Posted by: Bucktown Skins Fan | November 10, 2006 3:01 PM | Report abuse

skins 16
iggles 13

praying fox has it on out here on the wet coast, else i'm at the bar again at 10 am and ooh, those bloody mary's are too tempting to deny. they call to me. in fact, even if it's on at home, maybe i drink them anyhow and spend the morning throwing hexes at andy reid to try to exorcise the four big fat babies that live in his belly.

Posted by: cavemanneedbeer | November 10, 2006 3:04 PM | Report abuse

Bucktown-you're dead on. He said he got popped early in the Cowpie game and it did flare up some, as you would imagine.

5 TCCL's for watching closely!

Posted by: Pulldownclaw | November 10, 2006 3:04 PM | Report abuse

4th Floor-That is wierd why he would come out and say it. You figure if they were trying to hide it, they'd tell him to keep it under wraps during interviews.

Maybe he felt like he was in his counselor's office back in Utah...

Posted by: Pulldownclaw | November 10, 2006 3:07 PM | Report abuse

Everything is all good, jm. Did you get my answer on your NO question? It's at the end of the "Injuries, Again" thread. I think Cindy is still trying to get that Spurrier book for dealer. Apparently, it's been sold out everywhere.

4th, I was just playin'. I've seen the movie already...

Posted by: MV Dame | November 10, 2006 3:10 PM | Report abuse

Nice! Thanks for the validation Pulldownclaw.

It was noticeable live, but even moreso on the replay they showed right afterwards.

Getting a shot before each game to numb the pain of a separated shoulder, and still makin hits!?! And I didn't think my mancrush for Cooley could grow.

Bzzzt. Sorry Hans!!

Posted by: Bucktown Skins Fan | November 10, 2006 3:12 PM | Report abuse

MV Dame I just read it. Now I really wondering who I am going to be able to clown with. lol

Posted by: jm220 | November 10, 2006 3:18 PM | Report abuse

Does anyone know when Rome's (I hate that idiot) Cooley interview will be televised.

I know nothing about his show, except its hosted by a jerk.

(even though it was over a decade ago... 3.5 TCCL - Jim Everett He's the man!)

Posted by: bbpt89844726 | November 10, 2006 3:23 PM | Report abuse

that show is totally unwatchable, especially with all the stupid rome is burning!!! allusions and fire and general total crap. he's on 1:30 on the wet coast on reg. espn

Posted by: cavemanneedbeer | November 10, 2006 3:25 PM | Report abuse

Chrissy!!!

Posted by: Skinz | November 10, 2006 3:29 PM | Report abuse

gracias

Posted by: bbtp89854726 | November 10, 2006 3:30 PM | Report abuse

Hey, Numbers. Aren't you supposed to be "bbtp" (bring back the posse)? Or are you now really "bbpt" (bring back prayer time?)?

Posted by: MV Dame | November 10, 2006 3:32 PM | Report abuse

Okay, you got it...

Posted by: MV Dame | November 10, 2006 3:33 PM | Report abuse

Give me a break, its 330 on a Friday.

My comments have been riddled with errors all day. It was inevitable that I eff up my name.

But good catch. I'll be more attentive in the future.

This guy cannot type
A fact he does not deny
Its T - G - I - F

Posted by: bbtp89854726 | November 10, 2006 3:39 PM | Report abuse

Skins probably 22 why stop now?

Philly something less than the Skins

4th quarter - Philly is up by 4 and they are marching down the field as we give up those flingin flangin 3rd downs. Vincent reads McNabb like a book, steps in front of the receiver on a pass over the middle, the Reaper and shockingly Archebingus block up the sidelines and he . . . . could . . . go . . . .all . . . the . . . way! He do. He scores. We're up. We stop on defense. On the kneeldown MB in a feat of unprecedented talent bruises his throwing hand by whacking Jansen too hard on the helmet in celebration a la Ferrotte head butt and he is out. St. Joe announces on Monday that JC is the starter against the Bucs. . . . thus the magic begins.

Ahhh a girl can have a dream right?

Posted by: sfskin | November 10, 2006 3:41 PM | Report abuse

Editor - Who has the most blog post. I just looked at 'The Fix' by Chris Cizzla (sp?), and he has almost 200 post from his blog he pu out in the morning.....

Hail to the Redskins!
Hail to the RedSkins!
Hail to the Redskins!

Posted by: 4th | November 10, 2006 3:50 PM | Report abuse

If you guys had to field a team of your favorite redskins of all time, who you got?

OL - Jacoby, Grimm, Lachey, May, Bostic
QB - Sonny, D. Williams
WR - Monk, Clark, C. Taylor, Moss
RB - Riggo, Byner, R. Brooks (Domer!)
TE - Warren, Cooley

DL - Mann, Harvey, Manley, Butz
LB - Huff, Geauovia, Marshall, Coleman
CB - Darrel Green, C. Bailey (That hurts)
S - Alvon Walton, Sean Taylor

K - Lohmiller
p - Roby
KR/PR - B. Mitchell

pick away or ignore

Posted by: bbpt89854726 | November 10, 2006 4:13 PM | Report abuse

You forgot Bobby Mitchell. He should be your #1 WR off top.

Posted by: 4th | November 10, 2006 4:33 PM | Report abuse

DL - Mann, Harvey

Wasn't Ken Harvey really a linebacker?

Posted by: Megskin | November 10, 2006 4:33 PM | Report abuse

Sallie - mi informacion es su informacion. No credit necessary. Good luck on your pub crawl. I think we're taking Chloe to Generous George's for a hardcore night of high chairs and inevitable splatterings of marinara sauce on all of our clothing.
Being a daddy rocks.
Tomorrow night I'm doing it up with my boys in Bmore, though, so that's about as wellrounded of a weekend as I can hope for with a 21-month-old.

I don't think Cooley has a separated shoulder - he would be in some sort of harness and probably not practicing at all if that was the case, but maybe something popped out during the season.
I definitely believe that he and probably half of the team are getting shots every Sunday to play, though. These guys are crazy tough. Hockey players are insane, too. I don't know how these dudes do it.

Posted by: Jason La Canfora | November 10, 2006 4:35 PM | Report abuse


Boz article right:
Skins get turnovers this week.
Short field, O scores -- win!

Posted by: HaikuMan | November 10, 2006 4:38 PM | Report abuse

DL - Mann, Harvey

Wasn't Ken Harvey really a linebacker?


I believe you are correct, but he played that fring OLB that acted like a stand up D-end, so I always categorized him as a DL. Pluss I was full at LB - so many favorites (It used to be an anchor of this team).

Most ot my pics are last 20, 25 years guys, spanning my lifetime. Gave a nod to Charile Taylor though, could have definitely switched with Bobby M.

Picking favorits is a crapshoot, because you blur the line between who was acknowledged as the best, and who you liked the best.

Either way, I'd vote all of you guys to my All Time Redskins Blogger Team.

Posted by: bbtp89854726 | November 10, 2006 4:47 PM | Report abuse

Man you left out Wilbur Marshall, Rich Milot, Brad Edwards,Joe Washington, Clint Didier, Rick"Doc" Walker,Ricky Sanders, Charlie Brown, Alvin Garrett, Vernon Dean and last but not least Fred Stokes.

Posted by: Don Redskin | November 10, 2006 4:50 PM | Report abuse

On the kneeldown MB in a feat of unprecedented talent bruises his throwing hand by whacking Jansen too hard on the helmet in celebration a la Ferrotte head butt and he is out. St. Joe announces on Monday that JC is the starter against the Bucs. . . . thus the magic begins.

Sfskin you made my day. (small tear in my right eye) I am dreaming with you my friend. Or at least a rib shot from an iggle d lineman.

Posted by: jm220 | November 10, 2006 4:53 PM | Report abuse

I'd move Riggo to FB to make room for more great runners. Champ gets in on Nickel D, but Pat Fisher gets the starting nod.

FB - Riggo
RB - C. Battles, Portis, Davis
WR - Mitchell, Monk, Clark, Moss
CB - Darrel Green, P. Fisher, C. Bailey

Don't sleep on Cliff Battles! He was THE MAN back in 1930 or whenever.

Posted by: Joe in Raleigh | November 10, 2006 4:56 PM | Report abuse

And Sammy Baugh. You can't have an all-time great conversation without Slingin Sammy.

Posted by: Joe in Raleigh | November 10, 2006 4:58 PM | Report abuse

Don't sleep on Cliff Battles! He was THE MAN back in 1930 or whenever.

Damn Joe in Raleigh that was way before some of our time.

Don Redskin good call on Joe Washington and Vernon Dean.

Posted by: jm220 | November 10, 2006 5:01 PM | Report abuse

Timmy Smith had a pretty good game against the Donkeys at the end of the '87 season, but not worthy of an "all-time" designation.

Posted by: Nickels | November 10, 2006 5:01 PM | Report abuse

Yeah, before my time, too. I'm just saying, don't sleep on Battles!

I have a feeling we're all pretty much the same age. Probably all went to the same Junior High, too.

Posted by: Joe in Raleigh | November 10, 2006 5:30 PM | Report abuse

CMoney's Official Prediction

Skins, and their new-found resolve, come out firing on all cylinders. The running game finally gets going and dominates the first half. McNabby makes a few plays, like he always does, but the Skins D holds strong in the red zone. Skins up at the half, 17-10. Duckett scores 1 TD.

For the first time this year, Skins come out strong in the 3rd quarter running the ball, but several drives stall in the red zone because Brunell sucks arse. McNabb starts to wear down the defense with screens to Westbrook and then hits Brown for a big gainer on play-action to tie it up at 24.

Once again, however, Nick the Kick comes to the rescue, and hits a 41 yard FG to take the lead with a minute remaining. Defense holds.

Skins win 27-24 and visions of a playoff push creep into our collective minds.

Posted by: CMoney | November 10, 2006 5:39 PM | Report abuse

No offence, but I still think we're doomed.

Posted by: SFfan | November 10, 2006 6:04 PM | Report abuse

SFfan if you are right about Brunell we will forgive you. And I for one would think it is worth the lost.

Posted by: jm220 | November 10, 2006 6:21 PM | Report abuse

do you idiots really think we have a chance of beating the eagles coming off a 3 game losing streak and a bye week at home? did anyone see the dallas game? we're getting stomped

Posted by: Skins Fan 202 | November 10, 2006 8:00 PM | Report abuse

jm220,

I do not agree with you about that...nothing is worth a LOSS.

Posted by: Lisa | November 10, 2006 8:02 PM | Report abuse

If anyone is interested, I think Jim Rome posts his interviews on his website jimrome.com

He can be funny sometimes, but I have never heard anyone kill more airtime hashing and re-hashing the same junk over and over trying to get to a break. That and all the L.A./Hollywood vernacular he likes to drop.....

All my bloggy peoples are here on Friday Night!!!

Posted by: pulldownclaw | November 10, 2006 8:11 PM | Report abuse

BTW, that was a radio interview with Cooley

Sounds like a great guy to down some Elephant Malt Liquor with..........

Posted by: pulldownclaw | November 10, 2006 8:13 PM | Report abuse

Hope springs eternal
Skins steak their claim in Philly
We'll all be cheese-ing

Posted by: MV Dame | November 10, 2006 8:24 PM | Report abuse

Hey! Where's the Larry Brown love for RB?

Posted by: King Bonehead | November 10, 2006 11:24 PM | Report abuse

do you idiots really think we have a chance of beating the eagles...
...did anyone see the dallas game?...

yes, to both of those questions.

let me tell you something about the nfl and about teams like philly. philly had it's chance or chanceS.

philly lost the division last year, didn't make the playoffs. and now this year they're just trying to stay respectable till they get lucky on more draft picks.

if you want to talk about secondary and draft picks...how the hell do you miss with THREE DB's in a single draft????

westbrook is hurt , mcnaab sometimes makes brunell's under throws and skip passes look like as if they were done on purpose. brunell's excuse is age what is mcnaab's excuse?

to keep it simple: philly aint all that. actually far from it. but nobody in the nfl is. so if skins are going to lose they only have themselves to blame. for not showing up. including el presidente, gibbs. he needs to show up and coach this team with the same intensity that he coached against dallas(going for it on 4th and goal). and staying with the run, UP THE MIDDLE.

Posted by: dealer | November 10, 2006 11:27 PM | Report abuse

i apologize for my incoherent thoughts there it should read like this:

philly lost the division last year, didn't make the playoffs. and now this year they're just trying to stay respectable till they get lucky on more draft picks. and talk about draft picks...how the hell do you miss on THREE CB's in a single draft???? quick name one of their starting corner! see i toldya! why you think jimmy aint blitzing no more?

Posted by: dealer | November 10, 2006 11:33 PM | Report abuse

Just to make sure everyone gets their due and credit . . . sf fan and I while apparently sharing the best of the west coast cities and love for the skinnies aren't one and the same.

I'm not quite all doom and gloom. Although I like venting and dumping with the best of youse guyze, I also like my Kool Aid . . .mmmm so sweet and tastee!

Philly got nuthin but cheese steaks and a cracked bell. GO SKINS!

Posted by: sfskin | November 11, 2006 1:19 AM | Report abuse

Eagles 24, Redskins 20. It's 24-10 until Todd Collins comes in late in the third to spark a mini-comeback that falls short. Next week, Jason Campbell gets the nod and Mark Brunell spends his last seven weeks in the NFL on the sidelines, playing text-message battleship with Drew Bledsoe ("J7"..."Hit!")

Posted by: Montana'Skins Fan | November 11, 2006 8:57 AM | Report abuse

playing text-message battleship

Now that one made my morning Montana'Skins Fan.

I want us to win but do not want to see Brunell for another week. Or worse if Collins comes in plays well and Coach Joe comes out and says Collins will be the starter. OK, wake up now 220 it's just a bad dream. lol

Posted by: jm220 | November 11, 2006 11:32 AM | Report abuse

Eagles 27, Redskins 14

Close first half and the Skins fall apart in the second. A must win scenario that kills the Skins season and hopes of any playoff hopes.

McNabb throws for 3 TD's, 2 of which is to the TE Smith and the other is to Stallworth who "double moves" Rogers on an deep 80 yarder.

Eagles are coming fresh off of a bye and the Skins have yet to beat a team with a winning record on the road this year.

Saunders gives up once again on the run and Brunell is sacked 5 times because Saumels can't handle Philly's DE's and constant blitzing.

Betts has a career game because the only pass plays called are 3 yard dump offs due to a lack of Brunell's arm strength.

Gibbs tells everyone in the post game press conference that the team "fought it's guts out," and how 12 fans who saw them off to Philly brought the coaches donuts and yaegermeister for the trip up will now be made assistant head coaches. :P

Did I miss anything?

- Ray

Posted by: Ray | November 11, 2006 3:15 PM | Report abuse

ray, only thing you did on your post was sum up the season before the bye. nothing original, nothing new. please see that YOUR TEAM, the skins, just won it's first game after the bye and held dallas to 19 points. no ifs, buts ("were candy and nuts we would have a nice party")!!!!!!!!!!!!

so how about rooting, drinking a bit, not a whole lot but only a small amount of Skool-aid, for your team after they won a good game at home?

so buck up! be happy skins are playing a game that still matters for this season. we got all year to talk like your post.

Posted by: dealer | November 11, 2006 9:51 PM | Report abuse

and ohh my prediction for this game:

Skins 64 - Eagles 7!

Posted by: dealer | November 11, 2006 9:52 PM | Report abuse

I can feel it coming in the air this mornin' oh lawd...oh lawd....

Posted by: Dr. Phil | November 12, 2006 8:38 AM | Report abuse

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