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  1. #3211
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zanataki
    If he was on American Idol and Simon insulted him I would just picture the Waterboy hit on Col. Sanders.



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  2. #3212
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    the best part of the mic'ed up was the *thud* when he hit holcomb. the bills offense was never quite the same after that hit...
    "Philosophers have hitherto merely interpreted the world in various ways; the point, however, is to change it."--Karl Marx


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    i have had 1 of my questions answered on there, and to be honest, i felt like i was on cloud 9
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  4. #3214
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    well..........

    Quote Originally Posted by AZforBroncos
    the short answer is: because he's simply not good enough

    Samething can be said about MA and Bell........his time will come, i'm not worried, were winning right.........
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  5. #3215
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    #1 personnel priority: Someone named BIV!!!

    Bell (check)

    Biv (??)

    Devoe (check)


    Get a Biv in next years draft and there'll be no stopping us!

  6. #3216
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    heh I was thinking the same thing the 1st time I saw Devoe.

  7. #3217
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    i don't get it
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  8. #3218
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    LMAO! CP for that one!!!!!

  9. #3219
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    Quote Originally Posted by bcole23
    Bell (check)

    Biv (??)

    Devoe (check)


    Get a Biv in next years draft and there'll be no stopping us!

    I dont get it either...enlighten please.
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  10. #3220
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    I think he is refering to the hip hop group.
    http://www.vh1.com/artists/az/bell_b...e/artist.jhtml

  11. #3221
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    BBD!!!
    Bell Biv DeVoe was hatched in the minds of its members, New Edition's


    Ricky Bell, Michael Bivins, and Ronnie DeVoe, upon the departure of lead singer Bobby Brown in 1986. But it wasn't until after New Edition completed its supporting tour for the album Heart Break in 1988 that the trio gave in to the urgings of Heart Break producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis and decided to chart its own course. Bell Biv DeVoe enlisted a variety of producers for its debut album, including Jam and Lewis and Public Enemy producers Hank and Keith Shocklee. The results were quite unlike anything in New Edition's repertoire: The beats were funkier, the lyrics and vocals were sexier, and the overall sound had a harder, hip-hop-tinged edge. The album's title track, "Poison," became a number three smash, and it was followed by the equally successful "Do Me!" and the R&B hits "B.B.D. (I Thought it Was Me)," "When Will I See You Smile Again?," and "Dope!" The album itself went on to sell over three million copies and was followed by a remix album the next year. Meanwhile, Bivins took some time off to assemble the so-called East Coast Family, discovering and producing debut albums for Another Bad Creation and Boyz II Men. Hootie Mack, Bell Biv DeVoe's second proper album, was released in 1993 but didn't make as much of an impact. In 1996, all three members of Bell Biv DeVoe participated in a reunion of New Edition. ~ Steve Huey, All Music Guide
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