*asks me to join a skype call*

*ignores me*

I know what California is like foo! I'm just sayin. That guys voice is way too white for ya squad man. Nice walkoff tho.
Anonymous

the angels have always had really white announcers, that’s no surprise…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e34r5RNrhVs

That angels announcer sounds like the type of white guy from LA that gets his car pulled and his wife ran thru
Anonymous

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kickoffcoverage:

EAGLES NAME FALLEN MIDSHIPMEN WILL MCKAMEY HONORARY MEMBER OF TEAMThe Philadelphia Eagles have named Will McKamey an honorary member of the team. McKamey, a Navy slotback, died March 26 days after collapsing during a Navy spring practice.McKamey, a sophomore, was going through normal football drills when he collapsed. He was immediately airlifted to Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore where he underwent surgery to relieve bleeding and swelling in his brain. During surgery, McKamey slipped into a coma and never regained consciousness.Eagles coach Chip Kelly visited Navy practice last Saturday and made the announcement to the team.Kelly presented Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo with an Eagles jersey bearing McKamey’s name and No. 41, which was McKamey’s number with the Midshipmen. The jersey will be given to McKamey’s parents. “It really means a lot that someone of Chip Kelly’s stature would take the time to come to Annapolis and honor Will in that way,” Niumatalolo told the Capital Gazette. “That Coach Kelly wanted to do something special on behalf of Will, something to uplift his family, shows what a class act he is.”McKamey played for his father, Randy, and ran for more than 2,000 yards as a senior at Grace Christian in 2012. He suffered a head injury during a game late in the season that caused him to be hospitalized.His family said he had been cleared to resume playing football after seeing four neurosurgeons and undergoing several CAT scans and MRI exams.McKamey’s family said in a statement released through the school that their son did not sustain “a bad hit or unusual or extreme contact” in that practice."The Navy coaches have poured through the films of practice and seen nothing more than Will carrying the football normally, doing what he truly loves," the family said.The 5-foot-9, 170-pound McKamey did not play in a game last season. He was an oceanography major in 3rd Company at the Naval Academy. (Photo: U.S. Naval Academy)

kickoffcoverage:

EAGLES NAME FALLEN MIDSHIPMEN WILL MCKAMEY HONORARY MEMBER OF TEAM

The Philadelphia Eagles have named Will McKamey an honorary member of the team. McKamey, a Navy slotback, died March 26 days after collapsing during a Navy spring practice.

McKamey, a sophomore, was going through normal football drills when he collapsed. He was immediately airlifted to Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore where he underwent surgery to relieve bleeding and swelling in his brain. During surgery, McKamey slipped into a coma and never regained consciousness.

Eagles coach Chip Kelly visited Navy practice last Saturday and made the announcement to the team.

Kelly presented Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo with an Eagles jersey bearing McKamey’s name and No. 41, which was McKamey’s number with the Midshipmen. The jersey will be given to McKamey’s parents. 

“It really means a lot that someone of Chip Kelly’s stature would take the time to come to Annapolis and honor Will in that way,” Niumatalolo told the Capital Gazette. “That Coach Kelly wanted to do something special on behalf of Will, something to uplift his family, shows what a class act he is.”

McKamey played for his father, Randy, and ran for more than 2,000 yards as a senior at Grace Christian in 2012. He suffered a head injury during a game late in the season that caused him to be hospitalized.

His family said he had been cleared to resume playing football after seeing four neurosurgeons and undergoing several CAT scans and MRI exams.

McKamey’s family said in a statement released through the school that their son did not sustain “a bad hit or unusual or extreme contact” in that practice.

"The Navy coaches have poured through the films of practice and seen nothing more than Will carrying the football normally, doing what he truly loves," the family said.

The 5-foot-9, 170-pound McKamey did not play in a game last season. He was an oceanography major in 3rd Company at the Naval Academy. (Photo: U.S. Naval Academy)

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Azurian Husky -
The Azurian Husky is a rare breed of husky found in some places in Russia, but mainly in Alaska. It’s most known for it’s brilliantly blue-grey pigmented fur that is a result of years of select and inbreeding. Professional breeders of Azurian Huskies have related the strange fur colour to the skin disease Argyria, though it does not affect the skin of the dog. However, Alaskan government has recently put a ban on breeding Azurian Huskies after several cases of dogs being murdered for their unique coat, Russia has yet to adopt the same law. [x]

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lol do people really think this is real or….?

dirtycartunes:

Azurian Husky -

The Azurian Husky is a rare breed of husky found in some places in Russia, but mainly in Alaska. It’s most known for it’s brilliantly blue-grey pigmented fur that is a result of years of select and inbreeding. Professional breeders of Azurian Huskies have related the strange fur colour to the skin disease Argyria, though it does not affect the skin of the dog. However, Alaskan government has recently put a ban on breeding Azurian Huskies after several cases of dogs being murdered for their unique coat, Russia has yet to adopt the same law. [x]

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lol do people really think this is real or….?

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Kid Cudi ft. Billy Cravens - My World
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