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Tennessee Representative Was Ejected From High School Game After Trying To Pants The Ref
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You don't see this very often in sports or politics. Tennessee Rep. Jeremy Faison claims he “lost his cool” and wanted to fight the ref due to his bad officiating during a high school basketball game last night. However, his fighting was him trying to “pants” the ref...
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Grit-Eating Shin27 months
How is that ref in two places at once in that pic??
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jsmoove27 months
AP. Pronouns. Looks like an aging shrew. Of course the first thing right up front and center is the nutsack's party affiliation.
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Palmetto0827 months
Did his 12 year old son tweet the apology??
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scuppernong27 months
Clearly this baw is a closet homosexual, just like Lady G.
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saintslsupels27 months
More professional and classy behavior from Republicans. Since he's a member of Congress, it's a felony to put a finger on him, but yet it's ok for him to do this to someone else. Rules for thee not for me I guess
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spslayto27 months
It's at the state level...and to me it makes no difference if they are a "D" or an "R." Both parties have really shown lack of "professional and classy behavior" and many in both believe that the rules don't apply to them.
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Thought it was a Globetrotters game?
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TeddyPadillac27 months
I don't know what's worse for him, his stupid actions, or his grasp of the English language.
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ColdTurkey27 months
Do they not teach English fricking grammar in Tennessee?!
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kywildcatfanone27 months
That tennessee private school education on full display in that statement.
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Nole Man27 months
Dude sets a low bar here in this State. A state representative acts like that at a kids basketball game? He tried to "pant" the ref. Tried to pull the officials pants down.
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