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UPDATE: 'Min. Walwyn should be ashamed; statement not accurate! - 'Sheep' Smith

-'I am sticking with what I said. I spoke my mind & what I said is the truth!'
Mr Neville A. Smith has challenged the claims made by Minister for Education and Culture Hon Myron V. Walwyn in a response following the publication of an article yesterday July 9, 2014. Photo: VINO
President of the BVI Softball Federation blames the NDP Government for not investing in the sport and said they gave lip service instead of honouring their committments in terms of subventions. Photo: VINO/File
President of the BVI Softball Federation blames the NDP Government for not investing in the sport and said they gave lip service instead of honouring their committments in terms of subventions. Photo: VINO/File
Mr Smith said that while the current Minister for Education and Culture Honourable Myron V. Walwyn would have chipped in a bit for softball he has failed to properly represent and invest in the sport. He said that the Hon Minister is guilty of pumping loads of monies to other new and existing groupings in the sport arena and turning a blind eye on softball. VINO/File
Mr Smith said that while the current Minister for Education and Culture Honourable Myron V. Walwyn would have chipped in a bit for softball he has failed to properly represent and invest in the sport. He said that the Hon Minister is guilty of pumping loads of monies to other new and existing groupings in the sport arena and turning a blind eye on softball. VINO/File
Smith says while he is leaving the sport he will do his best in helping others to keep it alive. Photo: VINO
Smith says while he is leaving the sport he will do his best in helping others to keep it alive. Photo: VINO
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – “All I am asking for is for softball to be recognized like any other sport that they are pumping lump sums of monies into, that’s all I am asking for and I am not in for the tit-for-tat,” said President of the Softball Federation of the Virgin Islands Mr Neville A. Smith.

“I am sticking with what I said, I spoke my mind and what I said is the truth… not much was done or is being done for the sport of softball in the Virgin Islands by the Government,” he said.

Mr Smith, also called 'Sheep' in an article published yesterday July 9, 2014 on this news site stated that once and for all he will not be returning to the sport, whether as President or player, as he is overly frustrated of pumping out-of-pocket cash into the game and government not fulfilling its obligations.

Subsequently the Minister for Education and Culture Honourable Myron V. Walwyn was reported to have taken offence to some claims of Mr Smith and had himself presented a number of figures and made some statements. Smith said that he does not intend to be in any tit-for-tat with the Hon Minister as he has nothing personal against him and said that the Hon Walwyn was not accurate with his statements. “I got what I wanted out of him, a response,” said Smith.

“95% of those figure he has there are monies that were given to the Recreational Trust for Recreational services which the government is obligated to doing, it’s not directly for the Softball Federation and that is what I was explaining ,” said Mr Smith.

According to Smith the government giving $30k for softball in 2012 is true but those monies represent bills for 2011, “But the fact that he said he give monies for 2013 that is not the true, we haven’t received nothing for 2013. The money he gave in 2012 was for awards for the 2011 league.

Smith said that the Minister should be ashamed to say that they were giving monies for tournaments as they would have had to cancel tournaments for 2013 as a result of Government claiming that they did not have money to support the Federation.

“But yet still he is giving monies to private entities to go to tournaments. If you can give a club $24k, nearly giving the same amount they are giving the association what is that telling me? You’re not helping the Federation, you are helping private entities,” he said.

Smith also disputed claims that efforts were being made for weeks to have the Federation uplift a cheque for $10k. “I never received a single call, if they really got something for me or the Federation they usually do find me or others. This is so strange,” said Smith.

Smith added that it was some hours after the story was published highlighting his frustrations that he received a call saying that $10K cheque was ready. “That is money that was spent long before that cheque was even signed,” he said.
Smith said that from reading the report of the Minster it appears that he, Smith, is a thief and a liar.

“That’s how I am feeling but those figures have nothing to do with softball directly. It’s for the recreational services and not the softball federation,” he said.

“I don’t want to be rude to him (Hon. Walwyn) but what he is saying is wrong… don’t come try to bash me because I am telling the truth!” he said.

See previous story published July 9, 2014:

Walking away with a heavy heart – Neville A. Smith leaving softball

- accuses NDP Govt. of neglecting the sport, giving only lip service & insulting the sport

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – Come the end of the local Softball Federation’s fiscal year, its President of over ten years will be throwing in the towel not because his tenure would have come to an end but rather because of frustration.

“I am walking away from playing and from also being the president because of [financial] losses. I am not happy playing no more because there is too much distractions, too much frustration to deal with… it’s like you going, going and you are not getting anywhere,” Mr Neville A. Smith said.

He said that persons would have heard him several times before saying that at the end of one year or the other he would have been giving up the seat but subsequently return, however this time around there is no turning back.

Mr Smith spoke his guts about his love for the sports, the loads of money he personally pumped into the sport of Softball to keep it alive in the Virgin Islands (VI) and the blatant neglect of the government to honour their commitment to the sport.

“The government is not putting their support into the sport as they used to, the support is not there anymore, you getting a lot of lip service,” he told this news site. He said that government has committed an annual subvention of about $10k for the sport but as at today they have not received a single dollar. Keeping the game, its league and the body together depends on him personally delving into his pocket pulling out clumps of dollars at a time.

“For this whole season that we have started the only help that we have gotten from government thus far is when we were opening the league they give a little facelift and that only happened after the state of the facility was highlighted in the media.”

Pay to enter, raise funds

He said that several persons continue to suggest that there should be a small fee to enter the games in order to generate funds but according to Mr Smith the still sorry state of the facility with holes in the walls, poorly functioning toilets and other facilities at the field does not auger well for a paying public.

He said that they would walk around and collect donations from persons while the games are in progress, run a bar and such initiatives but those do not suffice. “Invest the money in having the environment conducive, then we charge a door fee and the money goes to maintenance, but no they not doing anything for the sport.”

He further stated that they were unable to play softball during 2013 because of the problems experienced with lights. “So it left us in spot where financially we had no money,” he said, noting that the clock had to be fixed, balls had to be bought, bar had to be run among other expenses, which all had to come out of his pocket in order for the tournament to go on this year.

Shouting from rooftop

“I don’t like to jump on the roof and tell everybody what I am doing personally, through my company I am always sponsoring with big money but the bloggers don’t know how deep in my pocket I keep going to save softball and they say all sorts of things.”

He said that for the current league balls alone cost in the vicinity of $5,000 to $6,000 and again he had to use his personal resources to get those. “It’s frustrating to the extent I am losing the love, I have personal things to do and I am not getting to do them because all my money going there and if can’t give a 100% of myself it’s better I walk away,” he said.

One on the things he said he will not see happen before his eyes is allowing the sport to die. He said that he is prepared to nurture and guide others who may have the interest, serve as mentor and guide, and possibly hold clinics for budding youths. “I would not turn my back but it is time someone else takes the torch and run with it. Maybe with me out the government would support, maybe they want me out so I am going for the sake of the sport. I don’t have anything to prove to anyone anymore, been there done that,” he said.

Running for politics!!

“It makes me feel I should step down and maybe run for politics to be honest. I might get more done,” he said. He said that word on the street is that he is stepping down from the position because of his new found interest in the political arena.

“I am now thinking that I should really run because I might be able to help the sport from that perspective but …”

He said that he had never entertained the thought of running for politics despite some public view. According to Smith he feels that getting into such an arena should be taken on at the request or suggestion of the public if they feel you have that quality.

“If I am asked to maybe I might consider seeing that they have it out there. Maybe if I do indeed run I might be able to help save the sport but get it straight I am not, not leaving because on any political ambition, I am frustrated, I can’t do it anymore, let others try now… it’s time for new blood,” he stated.

National Sport

Mr Smith said that while the current Minister for Education and Culture Honourable Myron V. Walwyn would have chipped in a bit for softball he has failed to properly represent and invest in the sport. He said that the Hon Minister is guilty of pumping loads of monies to other new and existing groupings in the sport arena and turning a blind eye on softball.

He is also peeved and feels insulted in the fact that the Minister is seeking public suggestions for which sport should be the national one as he feels softball is a “BVI” thing. “Everybody know that persons who ascend into cricket started by playing softball, everywhere you turn for time and beyond softball is the sport that from the smallest child played and still plays,” he said.

“There are a lot of things that you should go out there and find out… who or what is the national this or that and it hasn’t been done, so why you have to go out there to find out what is the national sport?” he asked.

70 Responses to “UPDATE: 'Min. Walwyn should be ashamed; statement not accurate! - 'Sheep' Smith ”

  • brian hodge (09/07/2014, 08:41) Like (16) Dislike (19) Reply
    sheep quitting again ? an annual event these days and VIP did nothing either so don't make it political. Softball does little or nothing to help its cause. let the Dominicans run the field and u soon see how nice it looks
    • @ brain Hodge (09/07/2014, 09:17) Like (27) Dislike (10) Reply
      If you Dominicans want to run something run it back home Thanks but No Thanks
    • the rock (10/07/2014, 00:25) Like (5) Dislike (5) Reply
      well said sheep needs to stop looking the green light!
    • the rock (11/07/2014, 08:33) Like (24) Dislike (2) Reply
      Softball has no programs for the youth that's why sheep u are not getting any money..every other sport is out there bursting they butt to capture the youths attention and give them an alternative from negative surroundings, maybe its time your association get off they butts now, but then again sheep u have no control over your association anyway, but my question for u sheep is tell me one accomplishment softball has done since GM step down? look where he is now spear heading little league baseball I heard, wake up softball, wake the hell up!
  • kudos (09/07/2014, 08:44) Like (26) Dislike (18) Reply
    Newille you have done the best you can and I don't want you to leave softball on this note. It is sad that softball had been neglected by both governments. I know the sacrifices Sheep has made personally and his love fire the sport. But the fact that they are trying to find the National Sport now says a lot about the government view of softball. They do not respect it or its history in the BVI. Sad. Sheep is s legend of softball both playing and as an executive. He deserves all kudos.
    • wtf? (09/07/2014, 10:30) Like (25) Dislike (14) Reply

      So it's NDP's fault that locals don't give a s..t about soft ball anymore? NOBODY shows up, NOBODY wants to support, but it's Government fault? Soft ball has been s..t street for the last 10yrs and more. Let's grow the hell up man. We rather stay home watching reality shows and minding people business on social networks than supporting our own people. CBC Basket Tourney was the same s..t, but it's always goVernment fault.

      • JW (09/07/2014, 14:36) Like (5) Dislike (2) Reply
        cool it mvw dont raise your pressure up.
      • niki (11/07/2014, 06:48) Like (1) Dislike (1) Reply
        It is not that we no longer like the Gand of softball. I love it, but every now and then I may need to Jesse the restroom. Have you seen them lately, so I have no choice but to stay home and attend those functions with decent facilities. Sheep us correct. The BVI government is now pumping money into cricket - for who. How many BVI belongers appreciate cricket. A king has no honour in his own country the older folks say.
      • M**ch (11/07/2014, 08:13) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
        You can say that again bother. All Tortola people do is mind people business. It's laughable. I pity those that has nothing better to do with their time than to gossip. But that Talktola for you.
  • son of the soil (09/07/2014, 08:59) Like (23) Dislike (16) Reply
    I only hope that the minister dont come here with this nonsense that cricket is the national sports cause he will have a problem with me personally.
    • bvi (09/07/2014, 14:58) Like (9) Dislike (5) Reply
      Basketball and softball are not local sports either
      • old folks (10/07/2014, 06:39) Like (3) Dislike (1) Reply
        It sure isn't cricket either. Lets go back in time. History lesson please. Look how this country broking up. Don't worry we will be there next year or whenever with twinkles on. Pure craziness
    • Hmmm (11/07/2014, 12:04) Like (0) Dislike (1) Reply
      Check the design for the Cruise Pier Development, BIG cricket mound proposed...
  • 8th district (09/07/2014, 09:00) Like (24) Dislike (9) Reply
    Come to our rescue sheep we need you.
    • @ 8th District (09/07/2014, 13:33) Like (10) Dislike (23) Reply
      What you want to be rescued from? Progress? I know it's hard for you because your not use to it.

      I am waiting to see him run, If he thinks the people of the 8th District silly? I will have a ring side seat for this one.

      He can't even run a softball league, blaming the Government for his ineptness as a leader.

      • Aye! (09/07/2014, 17:01) Like (3) Dislike (3) Reply
        Oh hell the Education Minister don't know how to use your or YOU'RE correctly. Next time just use "you are". Lol!!!!!
      • ?? (09/07/2014, 21:35) Like (5) Dislike (3) Reply
        what progress?? All he did was to complete dancia projects.
        • @?? (10/07/2014, 07:04) Like (9) Dislike (5) Reply
          The operative word in your comment is "Did". What nonsense you talking about doing Dancia projects? What good is talking about doing things and do nothing? The project that are being "executed" in District 8 by Hon. Penn and the NDP has been on the books for years. Some for more that 20 years. All Dancia and the VIP did for her 4years is talk and empty promises.

          That's the best you could come up with to discredit Hon. Penn and his team? You people need to get over yourselves, 2011 already happened and Dancia lost. Too funny. This is the first in decades District 8 is in the spotlight, with so much activity.

          - Willard Wheatley Staff Room
          - Sewage off Greenland roads
          - Main Sewage Works
          - New Roads and Sidewalks
          - New Water Lines
          - New Fisherman Dock
          - Greenland Field
          - Multi Purpose Stadium
          - Parhamtowm main road
          - Beef Island Revitalization
          - Long Bay Beach
          - New Georgie Hill road.. Must I continue?

          You could try that garbage somewhere else not with the people of District 8. The people of the 8th District are well informed, brilliant people and could see for themselves. The proof in the pudding is in the eating. If that's not progress, you wouldn't know it if it slapped you in the face.
  • un5 (09/07/2014, 09:02) Like (26) Dislike (18) Reply
    Myron has failed us again
  • BRONZE NAZARETH (09/07/2014, 09:32) Like (4) Dislike (6) Reply
    Coming from a man who done box food out of poor people mouth smh.
  • Sweet (09/07/2014, 09:37) Like (14) Dislike (5) Reply
    Sexy Old Man....I need his number!
    • >.< (09/07/2014, 10:22) Like (4) Dislike (2) Reply get in those pockets & pull out some of what he been shelling out
    • LSmith (09/07/2014, 11:33) Like (5) Dislike (1) Reply
      Did you just call Sheep an old man? #dead!!! Sheep wait 'til I see you. They done tie you out to pasture :)
  • Toss! (09/07/2014, 10:06) Like (13) Dislike (2) Reply
    Very Handsome.....muah
  • lmao (09/07/2014, 10:27) Like (38) Dislike (10) Reply

    A known VIP supporter bashing NDP, what's new? What did VIP do for the field when they were there 4yrs ago? You all speak as if the field was excellent and NDP mash it up? VIP did NOTHING for the field, NOTHING! It was NDP/Myron who fixed the dangerous lights there. You all too f..king ungrateful!

  • east man (09/07/2014, 10:33) Like (8) Dislike (5) Reply

    She I wish you will run in the 8th is a waste just like m..on

  • eyes (09/07/2014, 10:45) Like (11) Dislike (6) Reply
    nevil you did awesome job for all those years best of luck to you a fan.
  • Chucky (09/07/2014, 10:46) Like (25) Dislike (4) Reply
    Sheep I feel and know your pain. We had many discussions about this and whenever you say I had enough I keep telling you that you ain't leaving cause of your love for the sport. Thanks for all your contributions to the the sport of softball.
  • imagine that (09/07/2014, 11:12) Like (23) Dislike (6) Reply
    This sounds like a man that is just fed up of trying to keep everything a float while waiting on government to assist as promised. I know a lot of people can relate to this scenario because I know a few people still waiting to be paid by government. I am pretty sure that Neville is not a saint but I do not know of anyone that has money and would shell out 5k for a sport because they are "hoping" to get into politics smh... I would like to think that you only do things like that for the love of the sport.
    Sad to see you go.
  • well done (09/07/2014, 11:33) Like (9) Dislike (4) Reply
    Mr. Smith, when it is time to go, it is time to go, wish you all the best in what ever your endeavours are. It is very shamefull that the softball field is being neglected. The money governement took to do the greenland area. Now will soon become a soccer field. Shamefull isn't it. Well I hope that tthe minster of education will consider in revamping the field and also have some funds in the furture to come out of the hands of the public that attends the softball events, to keep the field intact.
  • simple (09/07/2014, 12:19) Like (5) Dislike (3) Reply
    Sheep don't let them take you glory. I call you and you always there for me in basketball.

    Stay strong my brother!
  • History (09/07/2014, 13:28) Like (7) Dislike (0) Reply
    In 2003, Mr. Smith ran against Ray George in an internal VIP election for the right to contest the 8th district. Ray won that VIP contest but lost to Lloyd Black in the general election.

    So it is not quite true for Smith to say he never entertained the thought of running for politics.
    • lmao (09/07/2014, 14:50) Like (4) Dislike (6) Reply
      If Ray George beat him internally, god be for him in a District race. They got to come good to beat the youth Marlon.
  • weed (09/07/2014, 14:03) Like (6) Dislike (0) Reply
    mw will have to take this defeat in stride
  • pat (09/07/2014, 14:14) Like (9) Dislike (2) Reply
    the NDP afraid of Sheep he is the only one that can give Malone some licks in the 8th yall
  • zoe (09/07/2014, 14:31) Like (10) Dislike (3) Reply
    It's laughable to characterize ndp as the best hope for we
  • ooooo (09/07/2014, 16:35) Like (9) Dislike (1) Reply
    myron is out on every news media with his normal damage control
    • @ ooooo (10/07/2014, 05:21) Like (6) Dislike (1) Reply
      but no body trust or believe he any way so he better wheel and come again
  • farmer brown (09/07/2014, 17:59) Like (8) Dislike (1) Reply
    Ha ha I see barnens pr wrote something for he and send out but sheep we believe you hands down...
  • Concerned Softball Fan (09/07/2014, 19:13) Like (14) Dislike (1) Reply
    How can the government give a local club money to travel to the ATL and can't give money to the federation for the national team to travel. That's ludicrous! Sheep is 150% right about not getting the support from the government.
  • Ralph (09/07/2014, 20:33) Like (8) Dislike (1) Reply
    Smith tell it like you see it!
  • sorry (10/07/2014, 02:38) Like (23) Dislike (1) Reply
    Fryers softball is a private Club and is not the National Team. So Myron sponsored Panchie and not the softball association.

    Chappy salary is not for the softball field alone and comes under the recreation trust for several areas. So that is not softball salary.

    So really it is only the $20 tow for 2 years. The balls alone cost over $6 thousand a year! And how he mean they been calling Sheep to collect a check? Really? In this small place you can't find Sheep? Who turns down money?

    The majority of what he spent was on the lights which because of how Myron deal with it cause softball to stop for two years practically. Over $180kof that was for lights alone.

    So don't make it like they invest so much into softball.

    Why the Scoreboard not working? Why the pads in the outfield torn with no cushion? Why the fields in Sea Cows and Baggers Bay not fixed up? Why the real National hadn't been able to travel for some 4-5 years now? Why isn't there a youth program in place to continue to grow the sport? Why is the concession rottening with rats and Santos living in it?
    Why he looking for a national sport and turning a blind eye to the one that has been around for years? Total disrespect to softball. I am sorry but I am with Sheep on this one.
    • the rock (14/07/2014, 06:57) Like (0) Dislike (1) Reply
      idiot those questions was to be asked to sheep..the vip was in too and he neber complained sheep to damn stupid!
  • Anegadian (10/07/2014, 05:20) Like (11) Dislike (0) Reply
    Neville win this one until Myron bring further info and more details!!! BAM
  • sports (10/07/2014, 07:27) Like (6) Dislike (5) Reply
    It is about time that Sporting organizations understands that Governments can only do so much. I would like Neville to outline what he has done as the President to raise the profile of the game; fund raising activities; present the financials etc.
  • WOW effect (10/07/2014, 10:19) Like (4) Dislike (2) Reply
    A national sport???? Maybe horse race but back to this post Sheep is exhausted and I understand. Softball is a sport when people retire from baseball they play it can't be a national sport if its not for the youths that is both gender. Give us a bigger field with 300ft down the lines and we can train both boys and girls to get them into a school by playing a baseball/softball and education. Set things up for the youths not for this friendship thing that both Govt be doing
  • nonsense (10/07/2014, 11:04) Like (8) Dislike (2) Reply

    Softball is not any darned sport for retired baseball players. You talking crap. It is in fact for both genders and females can access more scholarships to play softball than almost any other sport. When we the men go away for tournaments it is young men we play against. Men like myself who pay both baseball and fast pitch softball. There are under 19 &25 tournaments all over the world for both males and females. So please stop talking p..s and misleading the public. But I do agree with the rest of your comments. We can't get 300 feet though not on the current fields

    • @nonsense (11/07/2014, 10:18) Like (7) Dislike (0) Reply
      I appreciate your reply. When you find a college school where a male can get a scholarship to play softball let me know sir. Please use you will need help. Why shall our aim remain to compete in tournaments and we can have kids go aboard and earn degrees??? Look how great those girls become Potter, malone, fahie how about those boys Garica, Penn, Decastro, Allen, Thomas, Frett, John, Leonard. Positive influence in our committee. Penn been drafted on numerous times and Frett was in the papers being scouted. what more evidence we need to show even when the ball fall short a degree is the best option and not a tournament????
  • work it (10/07/2014, 12:02) Like (5) Dislike (1) Reply
    The people of the BVI has being appealing to this Government to get on the Job since they came into power over 3 years now,
  • The Facts (10/07/2014, 15:33) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
    The Minister's comments and especially his breakdown of money spent on softball was very interesting. The Association requested funding to travel to tournaments in Argentina, Puerto Rico and The Bahamas and were not fortunate to receive any from Government. However, the Fryers Softball club receives substantial sums of money every year to travel to tournaments not sponsored by any of the major governing bodies of softball. (ISF.CONPASA, CONCACAS). There seem to be an obvious prejudice against the association. I hope that the Minister does not think that we expect Government to fund all the activities of the softball association. However, if the facilities were brought up to standard I am sure that we could raise funds for most of our activities. I don't think that any one in their right mind believe that funds are available to the association and are not being used to fund its activities. How many spectators at the games are really prepared to pay an entrance fee?
  • please (10/07/2014, 15:36) Like (0) Dislike (2) Reply
    Why should the government sponsor softball? ridiculous, let them do some fundraisers
  • done kno (10/07/2014, 15:47) Like (1) Dislike (4) Reply
    All of ayo quick to put down sheep cause yall hidin behind these comments. #HATERS i ridin for sheep and his juicy steak dem
    Keep it 100
    @Put ur real name up nuh
  • mvw non supporter (10/07/2014, 15:57) Like (1) Dislike (3) Reply
    fairly good job mvw.

    You have a territory to look after not an organization. If sheep had a problem with the facilities well he must be directed to Recreation Trust. If he is looking for support from your ministry well give them the money when it is available but don't waste time dealing with issues of a non profit organization. They should be doing their fund raising to have their books in the green and don't depend on government for everything.

    Money is paid when it is available.

    Tell Orlando to take it out of the reserve.
    • Rec (10/07/2014, 19:10) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
      Recreation Trust? The body should be shut down. They running in the red for years now.
  • watcher (10/07/2014, 16:15) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Sheep, I told you this would be a difficult to impossible job. Didn't I tell you this from jump street? But besides all that, YOU ARE HOTTTTTT!
  • ken (10/07/2014, 17:44) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    We with you sheep
  • Why Not! (10/07/2014, 19:11) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    They sponsor everything else.
  • Tired of Government to Fund Everything (10/07/2014, 19:43) Like (0) Dislike (2) Reply
    Has this community really become sooooo lazy that it's the Government's responsibility to fund everything? Softball, Music Fest, Latino Poker Run, Festival, when will they help themselves. I remember when I was a little girl associations would put on their fish fry events at the market to raise monies. Start to show some initiative and maybe the things won't seem so hard. If Government funds the mediocre where will the monies be for the real things this country needs. That's why is in the state it is today. All the monies went into the wrong places. That's both VIP and NDP Governments.
  • 8th district gal (10/07/2014, 20:55) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
    Sheep don't mind them. Come up let we enjoy our 60th.
    • Tell us (10/07/2014, 22:23) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
      Hon. minister tell us how much money was pumped into the CBC Tournament that Play to Win is now conducting. Play to win is a private business not a federation/association.
  • Liat 521 (11/07/2014, 07:24) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    I trust mr sheep he on to something
  • YOU (11/07/2014, 23:29) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Myron and he old school spin
  • jack (14/07/2014, 22:41) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    another sheep politician on the rise all about self and not what's best for the country-- speak easy (soft ball can't mek the country run) so wise up we need sports that could boost the economy

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