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The Tennessee/Vanderbilt Grade Book: Phil’s 8-0 in Nashville

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on November 24, 2008

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Last Saturday things seemed normal. Another game against Vandy translates into another win for the VOLS.

“We’re still Tennessee,” said Phillip Fulmer after his next-to-last game as coach at his alma mater. We feel like most of the time we have better players and should win these games.”

I couldn’t agree more. All though there were still mistakes committed in this game by the team, they seem trivial when a win occurs, especially a win against a quality Vanderbilt team.

Even though people say this game is a rivalry game, I for one do not believe that. I mean the head to head record isn’t even close. Let’s go to the grades.

QUARTERBACKS: F

Gee…Crompton was intercepted again and Coleman was less than impressive as well, giving up a pick six. The fact that Gerald Jones & Eric Berry played well in the QB position keeps me from giving a “F-“.

RUNNING BACKS: C

Creer like the majority of the season looked good. He racked up 80 yards on 13 carries, however he fumbled once. Hardesty missed several blocks but had a nice run going over 20 yards. Foster almost looked like the old Foster minus the fumbles.

WIDE RECEIVERS: C-

Look its Stocker and guess what he dropped a pass. Rogers had a nice catch on a key third down. The receivers did an excellent good blocking for the running backs.

OFFENSIVE LINE: B

This might the highest grade they have earned all season. Even though Vandy knew we were going to run the ball, they simply couldn’t stop it. They played with consistency and only had one penalty.

DEFENSIVE LINE: A+

Seven sacks…nice. Ayers played like a man processed. Walker forced a fumble.

LINEBACKERS: A

Rico McCoy had 11 tackles and again proves how valuable he has been to this team. Nevin McKenzie was all over the field and Ellix Wilson was very productive.

SECONDARY: A

Eric Berry had a beautiful interception that he ran back 45 yards for a touchdown. Brett Vinson had an interception that he back 69 yards.

SPECIAL TEAMS: B-

Rogan had some nice kickoff returns. As usual Colquitt was above average punting. Lincoln Logs hit two field goals.

COACHING: C

Again the VOLS defense was dominate in this game however the offense was very one dimensional. I liked the call to have Colquitt attempt a 50 yard field goal on fourth down. At least it was something different. However the choice not to play Stephens was completely stupid.

OVERALL: B+

With this being arguably the worst team Tennessee has put on the field and not having a passing game of any type, Vandy still couldn’t beat them. It’s obvious that Tennessee used the past bye week wisely.

Strength coach Johnny Long shouted to fans as he left the field: “They’re still Vandy, and we’ll always be Tennessee.”

AMEN Brother!

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Vandy has new Uniform Designs

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on July 16, 2008

Vanderbilt football players will wear nine uniform variations this season with black, gold and white options for both jerseys and pants. Which gives more credence to the question,”wonder which team will show up?”

The two-color stripe, standard on Commodore pants from 2002 to 2006, has been removed to make the scheme appear less gay and has been replaced with the Nike “swoosh” and the team’s official two-color “Star V” logo patch stitched on either hip. Which actually makes the uniforms appear more gay than before.

The two-color stripe formerly on jersey sleeves also has been eliminated, replaced with a one-inch solid black stripe. Vandy could have 900 uniform variations and it still wouldn’t change the product on the football field.

At most, they can only absorb 2 losses in the same uniforms. Now that’s brilliance on display right there.

Making the jersey unique to Vanderbilt is the inclusion of the color “Star V” logo into a “home plate” design in the front collar.

The same logo also has been added to the back of each jersey above the number, making Vanderbilt one of only a few teams nationally to feature such a design.

One design that didn’t make the cut was a tiny Fleur-De-Lis emblazoned on each pant cheek.

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Then there were 32…Alternate Title…My Brackets are Eff’ed Up

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on March 22, 2008

Upsets always happen in this tournament and round one proved no exception. My brackets are screwed up now. Sheesh.

My beloved Vols held their own and thwarted a late rally against the communist of American University.

Curry of Davidson became a legend as his team beat Gonzaga. I picked Davidson thank God.

Saint Mary’s was no match against Miami. Miami might be the most overlooked team in tourney.

Western Kentucky defeated America’s sweetheart team of Drake with a last second three pointer. Thanks Drake you screwed up my bracket.

South Alabama proved no match against Butler. The way Butler played I wouldn’t be surprised to see them defeat my beloved Vols.

Georgetown beat up on UMBC…yawn

Texas beat up Austin Peay…another yawn

But wait…on overtime game which saw UCONN get defeated by San Diego. Thanks UCONN you again proved you’re useless to me.

North Carolina looked like the number one should by scoring over a hundred against a hapless Mount St. Mary’s squad.

Oklahoma showed that people might have been overlooking them by defeated St. Joe’s handedly.

Vanderbilt embarrassed themselves and the SEC by losing to Siena. Thanks Vandy…you terds.

Miss. State rallied big time to defeat Oregon, another team the shouldn’t have been there.

Arkansas is jelling and Indiana is exited early so them can text Sampson whining.

Louisville attempts to make the case that for this year they are the best team out of Kentucky as they defeated Boise State.

Villanova defeated Clemson. Another five seed goes down to the twelve seed. Villanova’s tourney experience helped them mount a comeback. At one time Clemson led 32-18 in the first half. Nova won by six.

Memphis beat up on Texas-Arlington or as I have renamed them the University of Hank Hill.


Hank Hill with a young Billy Gillispie

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Breaking Down the Tennessee Volunteers 08 Recruiting Class

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on February 7, 2008

Well signing day has come and gone and of course pessimistic Volunteer fans aren’t happy with this years class. One thing they seem to forget is Tennessee was only going to sign a small number of players this year due to the large numbers they signed last year. Not to mention that fact Tennessee isn’t really losing many players.

I’m here to breakdown this years class and predict their future as it relates to Tennessee football. Then the pessimists shall be silenced.

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CBS is Finding a New Way to Screw Over SEC B-Ball Fans Unless Your Team is Kentucky. Reposted

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on December 20, 2007

I originally posted this on 10/29/07. I received a lot of nasty e-mails from Kentucky basketball fans who are the equivalent to Alabama football fans. Now after an embarrassing four game skid maybe CBS will wake up. Then again watching Kentucky lose is rather entertaining. (Snicker Gardner Webb)

CBS or as I like to call it See BS, is the most watch network on Television. They have such riveting shows such as CSI (insert city name here), The Amazing Race & Survivor. While I detest all these shows it should be noted I detest most non-sports television with the exception of Hell’s Kitchen because Chef Ramsey rocks.

Being the sports programming president must a stressful job I’m sure, why else would they choose to air seven Kentucky games this season, which is at least four more times than any other SEC team and five more times than Tennessee.

If anyone should be upset about this, that someone should be Billy Donovan and his bad back. After all since Kentucky’s last trip to the final four, Florida has been to three final fours and captured back to back national titles as well. LSU has also been to a final four since the last time Kentucky has been there. Only Ashley Judd gives Kentucky more love than CBS and I would like to give something to Ashley Judd….but let’s stick to the topic.

This season, CBS is choosing to send crews to seven Kentucky games, three Florida games, two Tennessee games and one game each for Alabama, Auburn, Arkansas, Georgia, Mississippi State and Vanderbilt.

The Vanderbilt, Georgia and Arkansas appearances, as well as one Florida and one Tennessee appearance, come against – guess who? – uh huh that’s right Kentucky.

If memories earned you TV dates, more people would remember Florida’s national championships than Kentucky’s. If expectations sent the networks scrambling to video your bandwagon, Tennessee is the only SEC team that’s a consensus pre-season top-10 pick. Trouble is, Kentucky has another edge this season, a new UK coach and that means a renewed enthusiasm for Kentucky basketball.

What do you do? Pearl’s already done it.

You take off your shirt and paint your chest. You open your mouth and pour out your heart. You put out a must-see product that’s more than ready for its close-up, and then you call out the network that prefers to live in the past much like the Alabama fans. Pearl should just keep sweating and screaming and coaching his shirt off. If he does his job, CBS will have to add two more Tennessee games.

So go ahead CBS, air more Kentucky games, ESPN will pick up the others like they have in the past. Somewhere down the road, in between the making of the new show CSI Narnia & David Letterman’s top ten list of why CBS Sports sucks, a network official will start to wonder why viewers aren’t watching as much basketball on CBS as they are on ESPN. Maybe then they’ll get a clue.


GO VOLS!!!!!

So I profess on this day 12/20/07.

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Sermon On The Mount for Tennessee

Posted by Joel Jackson on November 28, 2007

4Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me. 5Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over. 6Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life…Psams 23:4-6

OK Big Orange, you have made it to the SEC Championship game. Congratulations for destroying the hopes and dreams of SEC East teams who thought they had a shot of making it to the Georgia Dome. Despite the fact that you are coached by a staff that some in the fan base do not want, your green pasture now resides in Atlanta. Despite embarrassing losses at Florida, where you were completely dominated all around, and being completely outcoached in Tuscaloosa by St. Nick, you have leaned on your resolve and faith to get to your goal. Your patience and virtue has been rewarded.

One can only think that the great football god has blessed you and found favor on you, because there is no way you should have defeated Georgia, South Carolina, Vandy, and Kentucky. Despite being surprised by scrappy Vandy and almost snatching defeat from the jaws of victory against KY, now here you stand. However, you did not fall to those who dared to travel from the Sun Belt Conference, avoiding the embarrassment of losing to the Fighting Nutria, Mean Green, the Magic Possums or whoever else they have as sports teams. All alone now facing your biggest test to date: How does one look a Tiger in the mouth and come out alive??? How does one stand against all odds, despite being decimated by Tebow’s Kids, going into Cal Ba’al Berkley and looking unlike an SEC team, and then, putting up as much fight against the Holy Tide as a thawed turkey meeting a hot vat of peanut oil???

I will tell you how. The blueprint has been laid, of your own doing. That same ferocious Tiger that you must now tame crushed your hopes and dreams back in 2001. Remember Matt Mauck coming in for an injured Rohan Davey??? All of the pre-game talk about you going to the Rose Bowl??? The big fat orange covered shepherd does not forget. He will probably remind you.

Miracles can happen. The table is set, and it is yours for the taking. You can feast with kings and dine like champions. Imagine a true Orange Bowl, or how about another Fiesta Bowl??? It is yours for the taking, and you can. Keep the faith and seize the opportunity. Do not believe in luck. Luck is for the pagans in South Bend, Indiana. Goodness and the riches thereof will follow you from Knoxville to Atlanta and then to BCS glory. The path of the righteous is paved with orange and the soundtrack for the trip is the familiar refrain of “Rocky Top”, played of course millions of times along the journey. This song annoys the unjust to no end, but for Volunteers, it is a Song of Solomon that will be sung by the just (even if people only know the last two lines of the song, waiting lustfully for the big “Woooo” as if channelling an inner “Nature Boy” Ric Flair). Volunteers everywhere are behind you on Saturday. Only the faith that you have in yourselves and each other will guide you to the ultimate victory, since no one else thinks that you have a shot…

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The Revelations After a Saturdays Worth of Football Week 13

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on November 25, 2007

What a weekend, what a season, I’ll sad when it’s over.

What I’m not sad about is that God Spurrier is on his first five game losing streak. To be a South Carolina fan you have to enjoy and understand the song “Little Lies” by Fleetwood Mac. Here for your virtual listening pleasure is the key verse.

“Oh, no, no you can’t disguise
(You can’t disguise, no you can’t disguise)
Tell me lies
Tell me sweet little lies”

How does one go from #6 in the country to a probable no bowl season? Smoke & mirrors my friends. Of course that Spurrier to A&M rumor is still there…by the way A&M hasn’t contacted the AD at Auburn, yet.

How is that Vandy can give Tennessee and Georgia all that they want at home, and then roll over and play dead for Wake Forest?

Tennessee makes it to the SEC championship game, who would have thunk it? Especially playing prevent defense that allowed a sizable lead to shrink and force OT…Chavis you’re an idiot.

UCLA actually become bowl eligible by beating Oregon…oh how the mighty have fallen.

It took OT for North Carolina to beat Duke? WTF?

Four straight loses for Bama. Six straight loses to arch rival Auburn. Will bricks be thrown though Saban’s windows?

Speaking of Bama…remember the textbook 5 and how the Bammers said it would only be a one game suspension? Well, they finally played yesterday. One game turned into four games. Why? What’s being covered up? Tide Druid you must account for this. Enlighten us all. Please.

If Mark Mangino was a smurf, he would be “High Cholesterol Fatty Smurf”

Chase Daniel showed why he’s a Heisman candidate.

Louisiana-Monroe became bowl eligible yesterday…they should Bama a thank you card.

So I profess on this day 11/25/07

TtT

 

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The Revelations After a Saturdays Worth of Football Week 12

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on November 18, 2007

Yesterday wasn’t as exciting as the previous past Saturdays have been, but still for the 11th time this season, a team in the top 5 lost to a non-ranked team.

Good job Texas Tech but I have a few points to make.

Mike Leach talks about how officials are against him but those officials robbed OU of a touchdown.

It’s commendable that you didn’t want to run up the score on your friend Bob Stoops, it almost cost you the game

The Texas Tech cheerleaders are hot.

The Oklahoma QB, Sam Bradford, looks like a retarded caveman. Moving on….

Coach 0 almost looked like a coach yesterday and you could understand what he was saying, OK Ole Miss where’s the real Coach 0 at?

West Virginia almost lost, damn it Cincinnati learn to finish the job.

If Georgia committed those four turn overs at Kentucky they might not have won.

BC didn’t beat Clemson, those receivers that can’t seem to catch a ball that is placed perfectly beat Clemson.

Who would have thought that one of the biggest games of the year would Missouri & Kansas.

Well Notre Dame can finally look away, your horrible season is over.

Fulmer is like a resilient cockroach, no matter how hard he tries to get fired he finds a way to win.

How Penn State could let Michigan State comeback like that is beyond me.

What ever to that team that hammered Tennessee without mercy? No not Alabama, the other one, no not Florida, that other one, yes Cal…maybe Aberclay will answer that one for me. 😉

With Houston Nutt rumors swirling around his retirement, I see….I see a a…Baylor job in his near future.

I’m sick and tired of seeing about every damn Chick-Fil-A commercial they run this year.

There’s a lot of big games coming up this week. I’ll try to preview some of them.

Finally Lloyd Carr…I said at the beginning of the season he was retiring, it appears I’m right. Ohio State will really miss him.

So I profess on this day 11/18/07

TtT

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The Revelations After a Saturdays Worth of Football Week 11

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on November 11, 2007

#1 tOSU falls, more chaos for the BCS. This is the best college football season ever!

I’ve already said my piece about Ohio State, but Ron Zook might the Big Eveleen Ten coach of the year.

If Kansas wins out they will play for the national championship. The game against Missouri looms larger than the Kansas coach.

Boston College proves why they were over ranked.

Mark Richt is pumping up the crowd on the sidelines, getting the black jerseys for his players…he’s finally coming out of his shell. No team wants to play Georgia right now. Ask Auburn.

Virginia Tech might be better than what some of us thought.

Welcome back to realty Michigan, however you still have a chance of beating tOSU next week.

Ha Ha Ha Uconn got beat, another Big Least team has their BCS dreams crushed.

South Carolina went from ranked 6 in the country to a joke during their four game losing streak.

It doesn’t matter how many point Nebraska scored against K-State, Callahan is a goner.

NC State is slowly and quietly becoming bowl eligible.

Notice how the Gamecock fans were gone by the middle of the 4th quarter? Yep the old USC is back. 🙂

The old Cal team is back is well.

For the last game played in the Orange Bowl, one would think Miami would at least put up a fight.

The offense of Clemson is playing as well anyone in the nation.

Kentucky denies Vandy a chance to be bowl eligible. By the way I got a lot of grief from Kentucky fans over this post. So even though the embarrassing lose to Gardner-Webb isn’t football related, all I can say is: Ha ha ha your team really sucks. 🙂

Service Academies 2 Notre Dame 0.

And finally Joel is writing an in-depth piece on Coach Croom. But all I have to say is this:


Others have been fired because of this.

So I profess on this day 11/11/07.

TtT

 

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CBS is Finding a New Way to Screw Over SEC B-Ball Fans Unless Your Team is Kentucky.

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on October 29, 2007

CBS or as I like to call it See BS, is the most watch network on Television. They have such riveting shows such as CSI (insert city name here), The Amazing Race & Survivor. While I detest all these shows it should be noted I detest most non-sports television with the exception of Hell’s Kitchen because Chef Ramsey rocks.

Being the sports programming president must a stressful job I’m sure, why else would they choose to air seven Kentucky games this season, which is at least four more times than any other SEC team and five more times than Tennessee.

If anyone should be upset about this, that someone should be Billy Donovan and his bad back. After all since Kentucky’s last trip to the final four, Florida has been to three final fours and captured back to back national titles as well. LSU has also been to a final four since the last time Kentucky has been there. Only Ashley Judd gives Kentucky more love than CBS and I would like to give something to Ashley Judd….but let’s stick to the topic.

This season, CBS is choosing to send crews to seven Kentucky games, three Florida games, two Tennessee games and one game each for Alabama, Auburn, Arkansas, Georgia, Mississippi State and Vanderbilt.

The Vanderbilt, Georgia and Arkansas appearances, as well as one Florida and one Tennessee appearance, come against – guess who? – uh huh that’s right Kentucky.

If memories earned you TV dates, more people would remember Florida’s national championships than Kentucky’s. If expectations sent the networks scrambling to video your bandwagon, Tennessee is the only SEC team that’s a consensus pre-season top-10 pick. Trouble is, Kentucky has another edge this season, a new UK coach and that means a renewed enthusiasm for Kentucky basketball.

What do you do? Pearl’s already done it.

You take off your shirt and paint your chest. You open your mouth and pour out your heart. You put out a must-see product that’s more than ready for its close-up, and then you call out the network that prefers to live in the past much like the Alabama fans. Pearl should just keep sweating and screaming and coaching his shirt off. If he does his job, CBS will have to add two more Tennessee games.

So go ahead CBS, air more Kentucky games, ESPN will pick up the others like they have in the past. Somewhere down the road, in between the making of the new show CSI Narnia & David Letterman’s top ten list of why CBS Sports sucks, a network official will start to wonder why viewers aren’t watching as much basketball on CBS as they are on ESPN. Maybe then they’ll get a clue.


GO VOLS!!!!!

So I profess on this day 10/29/07.

TtT

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