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Thursday, January 06, 2011

Pop-a-Shot Busboy Schools Kobe Bryant

As we wait for the new Congress to come up with some sensible, practical solutions to high unemployment, out of control health care costs, and things like crumbling infrastructure, let's take a moment or two to focus on something even more important.


That's right, FUN. Something we tend to ignore as we get older and problems seems to mount.

This Jimmie Kimmel video is just fun. I mean what else can you say when NBA great Kobe Bryant gets schooled in the fine art of shotmaking by Ricardo the Bus Boy!


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Blogger dmarks said ... (10:21 AM) : 

I root for Ricardo, not the rapist.


Blogger Lista said ... (12:58 PM) : 

You Know, at First I Thought that they were Cheating in Favor of the Bus Boy, yet After Watching it again, I realized that Koby may have Thought Accuracy was the Key, but that wasn't the Issue, the Issue was Speed and Ricardo has had lots of Practice in Relation to his Speed in Throwing these Baskets.


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