Olympic snowboarders or NBA players?
It seems like the obvious answer is the former, but I bet C Webb could match Sean White in a bong-off any day.
I'm going with option (c)
In my heyday...
I'm not shocked that NBA players are winning 100%-0%. Mainly because there was one vote and it was mine.
EDIT: now two votes, still the same percentage.
EDIT II: It'd be nice if I could see results without voting on these polls. I voted already, but in order to see updated results, I have to vote again, which doesn't count. Just an added step in the process. I mean, I understand you don't want to spoil the results for those who haven't voted yet, but at the same time, that's an extra step that seems unnecessary for those interested and have already voted.
I propose adding a third (fourth?) category: White people with dreadlocks.
Again you win. +1
Wait, I need another hit before I vote, just in case it's close.
I read through the list 5 times but I could not find a classification for Johnny Sears.
That is because he and Baraka would make this vote irrelevant. We are trying to actually do a little opinion research, not just go by the facts.
option f) people who frequently rent cars for non-business purposes...unless of course holding is your business...then it qualifies.
If that's the case, it is a direct violation of Commandment #4 "Never get high on your own supply".
g) not those people waiting on Boubacar
what were we just talking about?
I'm hungry... anyone for some Taco Bell?
Just reading this thread gave me the munchies. Thankfully I got some beef jerky and chips.
Hello Ross Rebagliati...he was just "near a lot of guys who smoke"...
Note the video...he even boards on green.
I believe that there should be an option d for Boubacar cissoko.
What are the best munchies afterwards? My preference has always been Twinkies.
Nothing beats a crave case from White Castle...
midget dill pickles.
Oatmeal cookies and an ice cold Mountain Dew.
with double cheese and pepperoni.
There's a reason the NBA drug policy is um...lacking. Notice no testing during the season or offseason.
The NBA and the National Basketball Players Association adopted the first anti-drug policy in major professional sports on September 28, 1983. Under the current program, all players are subject to random testing for banned substances during the pre-season period, rookies are subject to random testing three times during the regular season, and all players are subject to testing for reasonable causes at any time. Steroids were added to the list of banned substances in 1999.
It was Johnny Hopkins and Sloan Kettering and they were blazing that shit up every day.
Wife and I just watched that again Tuesday night and still laugh after many, many replays.