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Answered: Randy Moss and NASCAR

I have no idea if he and his team will be successful, but I am almost certain they will be controversial. I look forward to see how things work out for him in his new venture.

Answered: Moss lemonade

it was in the third book the trees ??? but it was in the movie and a real recipe would like the one from the movie thank you sharon akins

Answered: Randy Moss and the Tennessee Titans

He could help them if they tape his mouth shut.

Answered: Randy Moss to be Waived by Vikings

Tenn,He I come . If you want you team screwed up I'm the one

Answered: How do you get rid of moss in lakes

copper sulphate is what I have heard works best.... I'm not sure where to get it.... I do know that you should talk with someone who knows amounts to use and application of the product. I live in Indiana and there are lake and pond care companies located here. I also know a person that just buys ...

Answered: Kate Moss's "Banging" New Look

Hi fashionmaven, Yes, I do. I get tired of reading about, how after a certain age a woman should look a certain way, with hair, makeup, and fashion styles. Well, I'm a certain age, but no one would ever know it-I do not look my age. Because I've already forgotten what I read in the article, if ...
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Where will Randy Shannon go after the Miami Hurricanes?

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Randy Savage is still alive. He retired from wrestling in 2004.

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being The 6-foot-10-inch A nickname. Then came a seemingly insignificant exchange with a teammate. "I was given [my nickname] when I first got called up to the big leagues in 1988 by a former teammate of mine, Tim Raines," the 6-foot-10 hurler recalled. "He was about 5-foot-9. He bumped into me ...