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Rick Maese and Dan Steinberg joined LaVar Arrington on this week's Redskins Insider Live webcast to talk about the loss to Houston and this Sunday's game against St. Louis.

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By Washington Post Sports  | September 21, 2010; 12:35 PM ET
 
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Boooooo (in my best Philly voice).

Posted by: oh_boy1 | September 21, 2010 12:49 PM | Report abuse

If that attractive female reporter came to YOUR work place and you were single and in your 20's or early 30's you would flirt, hit on, ask out, and/or check her out.

And you know it.

Don't hate the truth

Posted by: pabrian2003 | September 21, 2010 12:49 PM | Report abuse

Man, I got double-beeped. Can't do nothin' about it:

"Football Insider 2010 will feature breaking news from the Redskins Insider blog..."

Hahaha! Breaking News on a blog. That's so 2007. News now breaks on Twitter.


"...player and team-focused daily stories written by Redskins beat reporters Rick Maese, Jason Reid and Barry Svrluga"

Awesome. Just what I want...Instant access to more Haynesworth stories on my iPhone [if I had one. Which I don't.]


"...analysis by award-winning columnists Thomas Boswell, Tracee Hamilton, Sally Jenkins, Michael Wilbon and Mike Wise"

Wilbon: "He lived like a thug and had it coming."
Wise: "Put my radio show out of its misery already."
Jenkins: "Dan Snyder is the devil."
Bos and Hamilton are actually good reads.

Posted by: 4-12 | September 21, 2010 12:27 PM

Posted by: 4-12 | September 21, 2010 12:50 PM | Report abuse

Are we ever going to get the story of why "The Mayor" is so ready to throw CP under the bus?

Posted by: DikShuttle | September 21, 2010 12:49 PM | Report abuse

here you go: reid's a know nothing hater, that writes for $$$. Not everyone speaks the truth.

Posted by: pabrian2003 | September 21, 2010 12:58 PM | Report abuse

Isn't there something in the Geneva Convention that would force the Post to stop subjecting us to these?

Posted by: themantoyou | September 21, 2010 1:19 PM | Report abuse

My Ode to Poopy McPoop

So I'm on business unfortunately in El Paso. Before I return home I must find a refrigerator magnet for my wife whom collects such things from different places. I walk into one of the cheesiest novelty shops in the world that not only sells all things El Paso, but anything having to do with Texas.

I walk down the isle of the shop and find the magnet, a Chili pepper dressed like a cowboy, twirling a lasso, and wearing chaps, just like the hot sauce dude. I make my way back to the front of the line passing a plethora of Dallas Cowboys items. I drive heave and make my way to the cashier, and find the mother load! Behind the cashier was a pyramid made of Dallas Cowboys toilet tissue rolls. It looked like one of those old Charmin commercials.

For years, I've searched for this! I quickly plopped down the cash for the magnet and requested 8 rolls. The cashier's face illuminated with joy. She was in her mid to late 60's and she filled my bag with rolls with a huge grin on her face. Her accent was odd, it had a twang of Southern to it, but also so proper to the point it kind of sounded British at the same time. Her cadence as she spoke almost sounded as though she was singing, kind of a mix between Aunt Bea and Julia Child. As I approached the door, she let out a, "How 'bout dem Cowboys?" She might as well have scratched a chalk board. I stopped, slowly turned to her and forced a smile through my teeth and was out.

Poopy, I felt like a child at christmas. I immediately got in my car and grabbed one the of the rolls, just to make sure it was real. It was. I switched out the roll that was in my hotel bathroom and replaced it with one of the Cowboy rolls. I tried them out and quickly soiled half a roll. It was absolutely fantastic.

Sadly, I'm down to my last roll, but I haven't had this much fun going to the bathroom since I was a teenager ahem... There's nothing like waking up in the morning, going to the door and picking up the morning Wall Street Journal paired with a strong cup of coffee. 45 minutes later, I'm in the John singing, "Dallas, I'm gonna make your blue star brown!" Better than Crystal Gayle could.

Poopy McPoop and Redskin nation, I encourage all of you to purchase a roll or two of these Dallas Cowboy toilet tissues. The experience has been therapeutic. The applications and possibilities are endless. You've a got a runny nose, no problem, dislodged a louggie and need something to spit in or on, no problem, irritable bowel or lactose intolerant? Wipe away! I've even used them to change my daughter when she's dropped a douce in her diaper! There has to be a 1001 uses. Get yours today!

HTTR

Posted by: clark202 | September 21, 2010 1:27 PM | Report abuse

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