Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by armygirl, Jun 29, 2008.
I am with Darth T. Tashawn and Coyne had to miss their 12:00 Meds.
Tell them you are a psychology major and you will get dumped on the spot.
Lawyers on both sides are keen on submitting testimony as "evidence" rather than "data". They rely on a persons natural albeit erroneous belief that a memory is more like a polaroid photograph than a Van Gogh painting.
Consistency, even consistency after years have passed, is touted as a surefire way to distinguish truth from fiction;however, consistency is often the mark of a well rehearsed lie.
Todays trials are often short on fact and long on flair. If you allude to this belief while in the box you will be excused before the first bathroom break.
And now immediately after not opting out, Artest says he wishes he HAD opted out:
ESPN - Artest says it was a 'mistake' not to opt out of deal with Kings - NBA
I know he's got game, but some guys just aren't worth the trouble.
I remember that. He was shirtless and was flexing like he was Hulk Hogan in some yellow nut huggers. He was yelling something like he was going to run wild on the Pistons or something like that. Everybody on the Pistons bus was cracking up.
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