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From: Toulmin <toulminbrown@earthlink.net>

Sent: Nov 8, 2005 9:29 AM

To: Walters.Craig@sbcglobal.net

Subject: POISIN it has happened before.

This is LSU'S largest and strongest lineman. 'Winning'!!!! as all West Point grads

know begins UP-FRONT for any team. I suspect 'poisin' should be examined as a possibility

here. In 1963 Northwestern hosted undefeated Oklahoma in Chicago. All of the Oklahoma

first string players came down with severe diarria after eating in Chicago the day

of the game. (The text I read indicated all of the O.U. players had poisin-introduction/dehydration

as a result of this gameday meal)

This fact is offically documented in the text "Oklahoma, The Sixties "

By the way Oklahoma lost this game!

Last evening an Alabama State Senator was interviewed on the evening national

news.C.N.N.-T.V... The congressman's statements regarding South Louisiana and specifically New

Orleans suffering during Katrina and her aftermath were ..I quote:

"New Orleans was PUNISHED BY 'G.O.D. FOR HER SIN / EVIL !!" (Caroline

said exactly the samething to me over the telephone 2 weeks past

You are a 'man of the world' ...You know monsoons, hurricanes, earthquakes &

-SUNAMI'S -occur anually!!


As a result of this scientific fact I must conclude the fact that Alabama hicks/Baptists/

loonFANATICS hate Louisiana (I would add to this 'hate generally') so as to enter

into a disposition BORDERING ON ACTUAL 'W. A. R. !!! This rather than the norm

such as envy or jealousy. Fanatics comes to mind! People such as this congressmen

must be examined carefully and repremanded. Hell people have died here in New orleans

**** HIM!

Thus for these reasons and the fact that The Alabama Crimson Tide have been on

probation for the last 10 seasons one way or another and not allowed to compete

in bowlgames thus losing money, it is safe to assume that some form/ of FOUL_PLAY

is possible here. I do not relish in this conclusion. I play/watch for "love

of the game." If poisining can happen at Northwestern in the 60's then it

can happen here. Oklahoma's undefeated season that day with all the first stringers

sitting on the bench unable to play went down the tube.

No one was prosecuted at Northwestern University for these crimes <_< .


LSULSU guard released from hospital

Starter Will Arnold is questionable for Alabama game Saturday.

November 8, 2005

By Glenn Guilbeau


BATON ROUGE -- LSU starting left guard Will Arnold was released from a local hospital

on Monday after spending the weekend there because of sudden kidney problems that

struck him late last week.

Arnold, a sophomore from Centreville, Miss., did not practice Monday afternoon and

said he was still not feeling very well. He is questionable for Saturday's game

at Alabama, according to Arnold's friend and teammate Andrew Whitworth.

"I've been with him the last couple of days in the hospital," Whitworth

said Monday afternoon. "It was kind of a weird deal. All of a sudden he was

having pain and had to go to the hospital. I was worried about it all day Saturday

and my mind was on him during the game. But I kept in touch with him on the phone.

I think he's going to be all right."

Asked if he thought Arnold would be able to play on Saturday, Whitworth said, "Who

knows? We have to make sure he's OK. If he can play again this season, that would

be great."

LSU coach Les Miles, who said when he was hired he was going to be "evasive"

about injury information for strategic reasons, said on Sunday that Arnold had the

flu and was going to be fine.

If Arnold does not return, LSU will be down to its third left guard as it was in

the 24-0 win over Appalachian State on Saturday. Redshirt freshman Brett Helms started

the first two games of the season, but he is out of the season with an ankle injury.

Arnold started the next five games before Appalachian State. Senior Terrell McGill

started his first game of the season against Appalachian State. McGill started four

times last season at left guard and once at right guard.

"Terrell has played a lot of football here in the past," Miles said. "He's

been playing well and is in a position to get some consistent snaps for us."

LSU RISES IN BCS: The Tigers (7-1, 4-1 Southeastern Conference West) moved up one

notch from No. 8 to No. 7 in the weekly Bowl Championship Series rankings released


USC is No. 1 in the BCS, followed by Texas, Alabama, Miami, Penn State and Virginia

Tech. LSU plays at Alabama (9-0, 6-0 SEC West) at 2:30 p.m. Saturday.

GAME DAY TO TUSCALOOSA: ESPN's College GameDay football preview show that airs at

9:30 a.m. on Saturdays will broadcast live from Tuscaloosa, Ala., Saturday prior

to the 2:30 p.m. game between Alabama and LSU in Bryant-Denny Stadium.

CBS will be broadcasting the game. ESPN Radio's College GameDay with former LSU

coach Gerry DiNardo will also be on hand Saturday, and ESPN2's Cold Pizza morning

show will be in Tuscaloosa on Friday.

LSU-OLE MISS TV: The Tigers' Nov. 19 game at Ole Miss will kick off at 6:45 p.m.

in Oxford, Miss., and be carried by either ESPN or ESPN2. ESPN will make that decision

on Nov. 14, but the kickoff time will remain the same.

APPALACHIAN STATE STUDENTS HELP LSU: Student groups at Appalachian State raised

$20,000 for the LSU Hurricane Student Relief Fund and presented LSU with a check

for that amount at halftime of the LSU-Appalachian State game on Saturday.

"I can only say I think that is a tremendous piece of work by a student population,"

Miles said. "They are to be commended, and it's certainly nice that they keep

us in their prayers."

©The Shreveport Times

November 8, 2005


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Good Lord--I guess Bama fans don't have a monopoly on paranoia and conspiracy theories. :o

[...and apparently not all :corndog: 's have dictionaries...it's "poison]

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