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MMA Fighter Rampage Jackson BUSTED

This really shocked us, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson was arrested for a hit and run. This guy seemed about as calm as a bull in a china shop. He was taken down by police gunpoint in Orange County, CA. Yes, that’s the O.C., see Kristen Cavallari. Anyway, he fled like O.J., and took off in Southern California, after hitting a car. Rampge drives a monster truck and he’s also a brain surgeon. He knew he’d go incognito, without anyone noticing his wheels, with his photo on the side of his 4×4.

The police, see Chips, charged him with “felony hit and run and felony evading arrest.” This guy is amazing. This is a brilliant idea for how to build-out MMA, a sport that needs a major following. Bad press is good press for most, huh Rampage?

Update from TMZ:

Rampage was on the 55 Freeway in the O.C., hit two cars and got off the freeway. The chase was on. Rampage then began driving on the center divider. But it gets worse. According to the police report, Jackson then drove on the sidewalk, “causing pedestrians to flee for their lives.” He started driving the wrong way on a crowded street, colliding with yet another car in an intersection. As he continued on, running several red lights, his tire disintegrated and he began driving on the rim. Rampage eventually got to the exclusive Balboa Peninsula in Newport Beach, where he again drove on the sidewalk, “causing pedestrians to flee in terror.”
Eventually, his car came to a stop and he was taken into custody at gunpoint. Cops took him to the Orange County Jail, but they determined he was “medically unfit” to be booked. Cops won’t say if he was high.

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Throw-Away Jerseys – These Fans Are Not Like Us

A few years ago, throw-back jerseys were big in some circles.  Now, that time has passed, an amazing site called “Straight Cash Homey” is collecting photos of people wearing throw-away jerseys.  I like to call these shirts “throw-aways” for obvious reasons.

The site is brilliant and is full of people wearing jerseys of random players who played on teams for short and/or forgettable tenures.  This new brad of fans wear the shirts in normal situations, which include getting arrested, shopping, or at ball games.  Think of these photos like “Stars They’re Just Like Us,” but at a bargain basement price, while the dude is wearing a Latrell Sprewell, Minnesota Timberwolves “throw away.”

Those that are down with the Internets know what a tumblr is, Straight Cash Homey,

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