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Lakers' Ron Artest launches new iPhone app

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With Ron Artest recently launching an iPhone application, I thought I'd lend him a hand and write the script for the next iPhone app. commercial.

What's great about the iPhone....

is that if you want to see what Ron Artest is doing, there's an app for that.

If you want to check whether Artest is hosting a dodgeball game for his fans, there's an app for that.

And if you want to hear all of Ron Ron's music, there's an app for that.

--Mark Medina

Twitter.com/latmedina

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Photo: Lakers forward Ron Artest holds the NBA championship trophy before the victory parade this summer. Credit: Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times.

 
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is there an app that blocks out iRon from the news? :-)

lol i think so. i'll get back to you after i write another artest post

LeBron James is a jerk.
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Say what you will about the classlessness of Clevelanders, but they honestly as a community could not root for nor support LeBron James more than they did. I mean that literally. I do not think any community in the United States could be more committed to a singular athlete. It was an exceptional (if often unpleasant) experience to be immersed in.
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On some level I understand LeBron's narcissism, probably any human being exposed to such adoration from youth without a proper family would be highly vulnerable to becoming a jerk as a result of SO MUCH enabling... however, I guess it would also be kind of expected that there be some sort of symbiosis happening between said narcissist (LeCreep) and sycophantic community (Northeast Ohio). LeCreep didn't seem to acknowledge that symbiosis. He will not be adored in Miami as he was in Cleveland. It's simply not possible.
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Anyhow, now that the cancer has moved to the hopefully-soon-to-be-underwater South Florida, I hope the Cavs have some degree of success. As rough as living in Ohio was on me, being away from it has increased my sympathy for the community.
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In the grand scale of things, it seems like it would be just if one time, just one time, they could come out on top for a change.
Posted by: Jon K. | October 20, 2010 at 05:47 PM
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Jon K - Yes, the adoration Cleveladers poured on Lebron was sickening. Even a classy guy like Austin Carr, who cried when Cleveland won the lottery and the rights to draft Lebron, was so effusive in praising Lebron that I could hardly watch their telecasts.

As you've detailed, the championship starved town being led by a great homegrown talent was the perfect storm to create Lebron's narcissistic behavior.

However, Lebron is not the first athlete with an out of control ego. I do feel that the negative reaction toward him has been excessive.

Like you, I would like for Cleveland to come out on top just once as long as its not at the Lakers expense.

"see what Ron Artest is doing" - I'll pass

"check whether Artest is hosting a dodgeball game for his fans" - no thanks

"hear all of Ron Ron's music" - If we're talking all the music on his ipod and not just all his music, then that would be interesting.

TRIANGLE OFFENSE:

An old diagram, but easy to understand...

http://www.nba.com/step_up/lamisil_lakers_triangle.html

A more detailed explanation...

http://www.jes-soft.com/playbook/platriangle-principles.html

Something on the innovator...Tex Winters

http://www.hoopskills.com/dvds/triangle-offense.html

And the coup de grace...

http://www.basketball.org.nz/_r/uploads/2007/11/triple-post-offence.pdf
(haha...great picture of Luke)

Lakers Dynastry - The Next Generation...

#17 Coming Up!!!

@Lew - wow I see one of your guys didn't make it out of training camp.

there is only ONE triangle that matters:

Kobe to "Bean" to Bryant. swish and repeat.

or the ultimate variation that even Tex Winter could ever envision: PJ's absolute play:

"Kobe Dear, u can't be passive (in translation, forget the passy, passy, touchy, touchy, Team) … WE NEED YOU to be active. You have to be THE ACTIVATOR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

i think that's self-explenatory. sounds pretty simple to me. like all the great things, simplicity and purity rule.

LESS (as in passes and touches) is MORE.

unleash the ACTIVATOR

LRob - did you want Hinrich...I need a big for a couple of weeks...

LRob - did you want Hinrich...I need a big for a couple of weeks...

Posted by: LEWSTRS | October 20, 2010 at 08:53 PM
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Nah...I think he'll be a good fit with the Wiz in real baskeball - but I'm not sure about fantasy bball.

However, there are a lot of decent bigs still available and I will throw out a couple of suggestions since you're a newbie :-)

DeJuan Blair is starting for SA (Blue Horseshoe loves Anacott Steel) and
Brad Miller is poised for decent minutes as Yao's backup

Haslem is available and dependable for 10/7.
Jermaine & Hawes are available (but both are nursing injuries)

And long shot boom or bust project is Timofey Mozgov (Knicks) had 12/7 tonight...rumor is he may start for NY but I haven't seen him play and he did zilch in previous two games.

I vote for KobeMVP888 as the next coach of the Lakers after Phil steps down (after four more championships, of course - sorry, man - you gotta wait your turn).

Posted by: 63 Footer | October 20, 2010 at 06:50 PM
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LOL!

Lew did designate me Head Coach of our old forum though. Been there, done that. That was my last stand.

KobeMVP888... you'll be back. Even Phil's comin' back.

LRob - already made my pick...should post my roster by Friday...

KobeMVP888... you'll be back. Even Phil's comin' back.

Posted by: 63 Footer | October 20, 2010 at 09:53 PM
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Everybody has their price!

KobeMVP888 - I'll give ya 6 bucks and a couple of Jeanie lookalikes. How can you pass that up?

JonK


You wrote an interesting post earlier about your desire to get to the bottom of the "mystery" of the triangle. There is something in human nature that tend to make the simple...........complicated. This is done a lot of time to make the egotistical feel some importance or self-worth. If you described how simple it was...........how could you justify your exorbitant salary.


This is the mindset of both Tex Winter and Phil Jackson.............Do you remember when Kobe's press conference when he accepted his MVP award?

Seated a fews rows back in the audience you heard Tex Winter shout out....."How do you like the triangle now"? As if the triangle offense was responsible for Kobe winning the award. That type of thinking would be tantamount to Phil Knight (Nike's CEO) sitting in the back at MJ's hall of fame speech shouting............"How do you like those Nike shoes now"? As if MJ wouldn't have won titles if he wore Converse, or Puma for that matter...............is that ridiculous or what?

A great coach doesn't depend on a set system..........great coaches improvise and create systems based on the available talent. If I'm a better coach than you and we have even talent or something close to even I should be able to win with my team and then switch sidelines and go over and win with YOUR team...........in two totally different systems. Because the system is based on the talent............not the other way around...........that becomes ego when you believe your "system" is more important than the talent.

You wanted to know what the triangle is?


Don't take my word for it..............go to the 2:50 mark of this link and listen to Jerry West's response to Brent Barry's question about Kobe and the triangle


http://cache.nba.com/video/channels/nba_tv/2010/02/01/20100201_west_intv.nba/

pfunk36 - although any good coach (not to mention great coaches) vary their system/patterns (depending on the variables), having played various offenses (and D's) myself, I can say some are stronger than others in general.

A singularly pick-and-roll offense is more limiting than most other offenses. Hard to defend without real focus over long periods of time, when correctly defended... there's nuthin' else, and it stalls.

The Princeton has some great advantages, but it's takes awhile to develop (which can be a problem). It's also difficult to run when a trapping zone is used (among other things).

The Triangle tends to be a combination of a pattern and a motion offense, and, when run correctly (which takes a LOT of experience and practice and BB IQ) is truly tough to defend.

Does Phil use Kobe (or did he use MJ) in isolation to open up the offense, or when the offense breaks down, or to instigate the offense, or when Kobe gets hot (or Kobe might choose this)? Of course. When you have a GOAT, you make the most of it...

...but even what Jerry says is only half the picture. Having a Kobe take the rock and "make something happen" can be the most effective way of opening up a D, because he commands a double (or even triple) team. Which, when coupled with a well-spaced offense like, say... oh, the Triangle - opens up a lot of other players.

The Triangle isn't a myth. It's a workable offense (ask Bill Sharman who used a semi-Triangle for the 71-72 Lakers - and we all remember them, eh?), but it's not the easiest one to perfect, and when it falls apart...

...give it to Kobe.

pfunk36,

First let me say the obvious, Kobe would be great no matter who his coach was or what system he played in. He's gone back and forth on his feeling about the triangle, but he's been mostly complimentary since Phil returned.

Remember when Kobe said the triangle was too restrictive and he needed another system where he could show off all his skills. IIRC his main beef wasn't really with the offense, but the fact that he worked hard all summer on new moves only to come back and be told to dump it in to Shaq (who Kobe knew hadn't worked nearly as hard on his game).

Anyway, when PJ left, Rudy T took over and by midseason Kobe requested that them incorporate some of the triangle principles into their offense.

Here's an article about that situation...

http://articles.latimes.com/2005/jan/10/sports/sp-lakerep10

Like I mentioned Kobe has had a love-hate relationship with the triangle. I'll let Radio Raheem break it down...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ShgXC62a09o

LRob - Master Archivist and Finder of Lost Articles. (Sorta sounds like an Indiana Jones movie or something.)

Posted by: LRob | October 20, 2010 at 11:40 PM


4 years so many people tries to reason with Pfraud36.

Unless the world turns upside down chances are you aren't going to convince him about his opinion of Phil Jackson.

Posted by: LRob | October 20, 2010 at 11:40 PM


4 years so many people tries to reason with Pfraud36.

Unless the world turns upside down chances are you aren't going to convince him about his opinion of Phil Jackson.

KB Blitz - I had to try at least once though. After that, in the words of a raven: "Nevermore."

@63 Footer

I didn't say it..........Jerry West said it..........I just agree with him. Let's get one thing straight I don't dismiss "everything" about the triangle, I like the spacing of it at times especially where Kobe gets the ball at the free throw line extended or in "triangle nomenclature" the pinch post. That's an excellent place for Kobe to receive the ball because he's in triple threat position AND can see where all the doubles are coming from which makes the defense hesitant about sending someone when he has the ball there. I understand that but that's the "formatting of the offense" and that is what Kobe was talking about when Rudy was there. But let's be real......it's the talent at the pinch post that is making the difference............just ask Jimmy Cleamons while he was in Dallas......

http://articles.latimes.com/1997/dec/05/sports/sp-61012


Or Bill Cartwright in Chicago...............try asking Kurt Rambis now after he ran the triangle and the Timberwolves to 67 losses running that system.

The problem with Phil Jackson is he goes on "auto-pilot" with the triangle and stops coaching.....THAT'S when Kobe takes over.........Sometimes you have to come out of that format and offense and figure a way to get Kobe better looks on the floor.........sometimes you have to think on your feet and make adjustments on the fly..............and Phil is lazy and one of the worst coaches I've ever seen when it comes to making adjustments on the fly...........Go back and look at the Finals with the Pistons in 2004 or for that matter the Boston series in 2008 when the Celtics came back from 20 down and Phil just kept running the triangle..............he didn't make one adjustment


The same thing was happening this past Finals in game 3 in Boston in the fourth quarter but Fish and Kobe decided to go to a two man game in the pick -n- roll which freed Derek for some easy looks because Boston was sending two and three people to Kobe.................GO LOOK AT THE TAPE! The Lakers came out of the triangle............had they not.........they would have lost that critical game and probably the series.

@ LRob

see above post................

and just in case you think I'm the only one that thinks Phil Jackson is hilarious


Bernie Mac thought so as well

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shnJzauo0CQ

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Jon K. -

Here's a link for Tex Winter's book called "The triple post offense":

http://www.amazon.com/Triple-Post-Offense-Book-Winter/dp/B000A7OVR6

Just wanted to help with that if you didn't see it.

pfunk36 - all's good. I don't know Phil, so I can only look to his total successes, but I have played with upcoming NBA'ers, NBA'ers and retired NBA'ers all through my life, and have been coached (if only in small doses, or as an example in a demonstration) by everyone from John Wooden to Pat Riley, and I can only give my opinion from what I know and the people I respect who I've interacted with.

Does Phil go away from the Triangle? Yup - a lot. But the Triangle itself is run more often than not, and rarely to perfection. The best it was run? 2001 - and it was a thing of beauty in the playoffs and finals.

So, it's all good to me. I respect Phil as the most iconoclastic coach in all of professional sports, and that's above and beyond his winning (which no one can touch). I'm always amazed at how he can produce the results he does in the ways that he does it. He's one of a kind, and without the benefit of interaction, I can only shrug sometimes and then cheer when we win another ring.

I don't know Phil Jackson so i can only look at his record, pretty good. Though I sometimes wonder whether his personal suckesses can be atributed to the triangle offense or the players skill set. Phil has stepped into some very prime situations.


Ive rarely played the game but one time I whupped a small person on an 7 foot basket.
But I do sit on my butt alot and watch basketball game after basketball game.
Can't tell the difference from a 4 corner, princeton, double post, triangle, isolation, ucla, wheel, 1-4 continuity, weave, turn key, or any other offense.

What I do see is that a team that does the same thing over and over again can be defended and that is the key. It's called adjustments. Doesn't matter the type offense, what matters is adjusting to the defense.

pfunk - you have to consider that Jerry West and Phil Jackson didn't get along when West was in the front office. So that comment is more of a personal jab than anything else. Just because the Lakers run the triangle doesn't mean they never run isolation plays. In fact they do it quite frequently but you have to understand that the triangle is a precipice to that and is a reactionary offense based on what the defense gives you. That's why the triangle is effective in that it allows for flexibility within the set as well as getting out of the offense. It can be done correctly so long as everyone is in tune with what's going on

There are 4 lights - "I don't know Phil Jackson so i can only look at his record, pretty good."

Pretty good? 11 rings. Who has more rings? Other than Red... no one's even close, and Phil's still going.

"What I do see is that a team that does the same thing over and over again..."

Yup, wins rings... over and over again.

Is Phil perfect? Not even close. Who is?

But if you can't see his adjustments, his molding of Championship teams, his ability to motivate for the purpose of winning rings, then I'm not sure what you're looking at when you're watching all that basketball on TV.

And as far as "Doesn't matter the type offense, what matters is adjusting to the defense." - Coach Wooden himself would disagree with you. To him, a well-executed offense always has an advantage over any defense because the defense is reactive.

And to start out a new day (when mine hasn't even ended yet), a little Chris Bell - died too young, just as he was turning his life around:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-yvdIHOdxw

63 Footer -

Well put.

Good Morning Laker Fam,

This should get you shaking this morning. New school group with a little old school classic rock flavor. Not crazy about the name, but love their game!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mxQzIPrNapo

63 Footer,

You held down the night/early am shift admirably. And yes, Chris Bell was a talent. Thanks for sharing.

ARISE OH MIGHTY LA LAKERS NATION!!!! THE WORLD IS OURS!!!
To start off our set I dedicate this to you Lakers Nation:
http://tinyurl.com/ylp3qqc _ I Love LA

LRob - another good morning choice. I will have to check them out.

Still holding it down....

Next a selction to our Young Goddess ZAIRA who sought Her "Healing"
despite admonishments:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vLHwyxa-FA - Memory Band
Minnie Riperton

And of course a shout out to my "Baby Girl" Christina
So this is "Baby Girl" to "Baby Girl"
http://tinyurl.com/yfwueo4 - AAliyah(Baby Girl) - TRY AGAIN

Good Morning LRob, we are starting off very nicely sir! Carry On!

And my final selection is for...Yes, Yes, Yes! The Fabulous JustanotherMambafan - http://tinyurl.com/2c2a5cf - Best thing that ever happened to me

63 Footer,

Speaking of artist that died young. Marshall Tucker wasn't the same after Tommy Caldwell's death...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEOV5vWfSgI

Good Morning Mamba,

Excellent selection on Minnie, but then again anything with her voice on it is pure joy!

I saw you also posted Aaliyah and Gladys...they're kind of connected in the story I was telling you yesterday.

Gladys was married to Barry Hankerson at one time. He was Aaliyah's uncle and managed a lot of groups...R. Kelly, Winans, Toni Braxton...and was instrumental in bringing Aaliyah to prominence by teaming her up with R. Kelly.

Thus, it was one of his houses that Aaliyah's family moved into. I think Barry's brother was her dad...but I'm not sure. And that is the rest of the story!

pfunk36,

I share your sentiments ...

1. The triangle is a pain in the neck. Equal opportunity means smush parker gets to jack up shots. Steep learning curve means farmer has to think instead of follow his natural instincts of running and gunning.
2. MJ and Kobe made the triangle, not the other way around.

And this one really resonates with me ...
"and Phil is lazy and one of the worst coaches I've ever seen when it comes to making adjustments on the fly"

Like come on purple and gold, don't act like pfunk ain't justified. How many times have we all cursed on live chat wondering when that smug prick on the bench would call a time out. How many times have we seen PJ leave it to Kobe to take matters into his own hands, to be the hero or the villian, and then subtly crucify the mamba at the post game conference saying he did too much out there.

But pfunk36, this is why we can't hate on the triangle ...

The triangle is debated so much because only the lakers run it. It's not really the fault of the offense it receives undue credit, if 20 other teams in the league run the offense, the triangle wouldn't be worth debating.

And this is why we all know you've got days when you're freaking glad PJ is your coach pfunk, though it'd kill you to admit it ...
1. Most of his players love him. Shaq, Kobe, MJ, Pippen, Pau, Fisher ... and they all respect him
2. He wins time and time again. Credit the man for at least not screwing things up even if you think he's got a talented squad to win with.
3. Let the players figure it out drives fans nuts, especially when we see stuff like an aging fish throw up brick after brick. But it just might be why an aging Fish hits clutch shot after clutch shot.

Still not convinced that PJs lazy ways have paid off ...
Shaq and Kobe's 1st ship. Down to the blazers by double digits in the 4th. Those are huge odds to overcome even with a highly motivated coach on the sideline. The laker players figured it out, the Kobe to Shaq alley-oop was a nail in the coffin for all the nay-sayers that claimed they couldn't get along. It was them going, look we already figured this out way back, coach's been schooling us all season long.

Lakers Game 7 against Boston. Shots ain't falling for Kobe. Pau steps up, Artest steps up, Kobe finds other ways to contribute. Boston's highly driven coach no nonsense coach Doc Rivers (the anti-phil and i like him for that reason) is still trying to figure out how his guys lost a double digit 3rd quater lead. It wasn't anything he did wrong, it was simply PJ starring his players down like figure this out , Ron figured out this is why I came to LA, 2 be a hero, Gasol went yup I'm tougher than they all think, Fish was like umm I gotta start hitting some shots, Kobe was like rondo ain't catching another rebound until I make a shot ... they figured it out despite great coaching on the other end.

If you believe the mind is a powerful weapon and human beings a capable of doing anything when they set their mind to it ... which I believe ... then you've got to give PJ his due ... Miami has got a team for the ages, you can be sure PJ will spend all season preparing his team for his challenge, costing us victory by playing Luke a little longer than we all want cuz he figures it'll help our team in the long run figure out a way to defeat a team for the ages

He's why they say only the lakers can defeat themselves. We lose when our players can't figure it out. We win when they do. In a league popularly referred to as a player's league, leaving it up to the players is what makes PJ rock. But yeah, I get why it drives you nuts. We've all been there.

Sigh wtf does the season begin ... I can't wait

Gladys was married to Barry Hankerson at one time. He was Aaliyah's uncle and managed a lot of groups...R. Kelly, Winans, Toni Braxton...and was instrumental in bringing Aaliyah to prominence by teaming her up with R. Kelly.
Thus, it was one of his houses that Aaliyah's family moved into. I think Barry's brother was her dad...but I'm not sure. And that is the rest of the story! Posted by: LRob | October 21, 2010 at 06:08 AM
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LROB!! MY BROTHER!!!! I used to have 2 Idols on this Blog but they are going to have to move over and make room for a 3rd!!MANNNN!! Like I always say when in doubt always say WWLRD WHAT WOULD LROB DO! Yes!! And so yes I have to say it...OUT FREAKIN STANDING SIR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

@SEGEBOY/THE SHERIFF, WTH? No shout out to your Homey. I understand bro, when we become tycoons we have to move on. LOL! Just playing with you bro! So how have you been? Oh and the Post, I have to also say was...OUT FREAKIN STANDING SHERIFF!!!!!!!

ALL RIGHT WHERE ARE MY PEEPS? LEWSTRS, JOE CORAD!!

I WANT A PRINCESS JIMMY APP...You press it, he comes out Throws Smoke in the air and does the RIVER DANCE!!!!!!!

OR I WANT A DWADE APP...Before you can even touch it you get an AUTOMATIC FOUL.

KB Blitz

"4 years so many people tries to reason with Pfraud36.

Unless the world turns upside down chances are you aren't going to convince him about his opinion of Phil Jackson."

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This guy and the Activator are posers, right?

WOE IS ME! My Peeps have deserted me! My Ex said No to a 3-Peat!!And...And...The Love of My life destroyed what was left of me. There's only one thing to do...Hit it Patrice: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ucZlf4VG-c - Let the music take me _Patrice Rushen

Well, both of my computers are down with viruses. No chatting for the next few weeks for Wes.

Wes

Well, both of my computers are down with viruses. No chatting for the next few weeks for Wes. Posted by: Wes | October 21, 2010 at 07:47 AM
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AW HELL NAW!! The computer was not made that would dare malfunction on Wes Joe Nixon!!!! This ISH is simply intolerable. GOD@@$%^%^^ Get Steve Jobs or Bill Gates on the Phone right now!! Hold on Wes we gone straighten this ISH OuT!!! Seriously, sorry to hear that my brother now you won't get to see the long sweeping beautifully written apology I posted there for you. Just playing Wes, but seriously my apologies and we're cool as far as I'm concerned my brother.

Good Morning Everyone!

Loved the musical selection today. Thanks for sharing!

MAMBA24 - are you doing the fantasy league thing too?

Hey Wes,

Ever consider a Mac? Virus free...
I'd make a joke about borrowing Justa's ipad, but my throat is feeling exposed...

Mamba24
Here's a little band-aid..

In Blackwater Woods
by Mary Oliver

Look, the trees

are turning

their own bodies

into pillars



of light,

are giving off the rich

fragrance of cinnamon

and fulfillment,



the long tapers

of cattails

are bursting and floating away over

the blue shoulders



of the ponds,

and every pond,

no matter what its

name is, is



nameless now.

Every year

everything

I have ever learned



in my lifetime

leads back to this: the fires

and the black river of loss

whose other side



is salvation,

whose meaning

none of us will ever know.

To live in this world



you must be able

to do three things:

to love what is mortal;

to hold it



against your bones knowing

your own life depends on it;

and, when the time comes to let it go,

to let it go.

MAMBA24 - are you doing the fantasy league thing too?
Posted by: Caliphilosopher | October 21, 2010 at 08:02 AM
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Good morning Cali! Cali my life is a Fantasy I don't need a League. Naw, seriously no I just have never been able to get into the time devoted to studying the different stats of all the players and all the trades and stuff. You got to keep it simple for Mamba24. Lol! So by "too", am I to assume you are a fantasy league participant sir. If so good luck to you. If not, why not?

Mamba24
Here's a little band-aid..

To live in this world
you must be able
to do three things:
to love what is mortal;
to hold it
against your bones knowing
your own life depends on it;
and, when the time comes to let it go,
to let it go. Posted by: Noah | October 21, 2010 at 08:07 AM
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*sniff* *sniff* Thank you, that is so beautiful!! WTH? Let it go? I don’t have to let it go, they all kicked mamba24 to the curb and are loooooooooong gone. LOL! Yeah that was a nice piece and some good stuff there. Thank you my brother it is greatlly appreciated. That will be my meditation for the rest of the day Letting go.

Noah - speaking of iPads.... WTH???

Ron on JKL promoting his new app - ah yes, the free spirit that is Ron Artest - a.k.a. Thriller! Hello Celine Dion!
http://www.tvsquad.com/2010/10/21/ron-artest-fake-beard-jimmy-kimmel/?icid=main%7Chtmlws-main-w%7Cdl7%7Csec1_lnk3%7C179096

What does the iRon app actually do?
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What do we play for? RINGS!!!
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Lakers Today... Lakers Tomorrow... Lakers Forever.
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GO LAKERS!!!

The two ism's that will be the Lakers motto for the 2010-11 season:

" Go 43" as in fourth threepeat !!!

" ier " as in Miami will be hungry BUT Lakers will be hungrier " !!!


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