How to Commit Career Suicide: CNN Edition

CNN anchor Rick Sanchez’s groveling, sniveling, deeply pained apology hasn’t yet materialized, but you can expect one by this afternoon at the latest. Appearing on an XM/Sirius radio program yesterday, the hypersensitive host denounced Jon Stewart, who has taken his fair share of shots at Sanchez over the years, as an anti-Hispanic racist who hates that "someone of my ilk is, almost, at his level." It’s a bizarre, scattershot rant, in which Sanchez whimpers that he is a “complex human being” not worthy of mockery and claims both that he is viewed both as a token Hispanic and a token liberal Hispanic. It’s all very confusing:

This is the game they play. “I just picked on Fox News, because they just had a bold-faced [sic] lie about something — dammit, that means I gotta find something on CNN. Oh, I know… wait, hold on, let me find, oh that Rick Sanchez, that little Puerto Rican guy. I’ll make fun of him. Do you have anything?"

As the conversation descends to the really and truly stupid (the host says that Stewart can’t possibly be racist against Cubans because he is Jewish), Sanchez fiddles with his career’s self-destruct button. Not content to let Oliver Stone have all fun, he says that Jews have it made because they run the media, while poor Cubans from Miami have to work hard to get ahead. It’s like Crown Heights all over again, but without all those meddlesome poor people:

Very powerless people… [snickers] He’s such a minority, I mean, you know [sarcastically]… Please. What, are you kidding? … I’m telling you that everybody who runs CNN is a lot like Stewart, and a lot of people who run all the other networks are a lot like Stewart, and to imply that somehow they — the people in this country who are Jewish — are an oppressed minority? Yeah. [sarcastically]

Sanchez has a finely calibrated sense of ethnic and racial bias. Last year, he called Hispanics working for Fox News, like Julie Banderas and Geraldo Rivera, “sellouts.” And those of you who have ever invoked state’s rights? You’re probably racist too

The whole rant here. It's worth listening to:

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  • Fluffy||

    This is fantastic! I hate this smarmy and patronizing rat bastard, and will be happy to see him become a skid row punchline.

  • ||

    Fluffy, I believe the correct term is "ratfucker."

  • Dave Weigel||

    No, a ratfucker is specifically someone who tries to disrupt what someone else is doing through subterfuge.

  • ||

    I, too, thought I was alone in despising this waste of airspace.

  • mad libertarian guy||

    I've hated him for most of my life. WHile growing up, he was the local "if it bleeds, it leads" local news anchor in Miami. He's always been a condescending bastard with a complex and a need to both ruffle feathers, then play the victim.

  • JB||

    Liberals are some of the biggest racists.

    Many believe that "poor, stupid minorities" can't succeed without liberal overlord help.

    Many, many, many people don't need your kind of "help", you racist fucks.

  • Almanian||

    I'll bet he gets really pissed that most regaular Americans just think he's Mexican

    \Archie Bunker

  • Xenocles||

    Guy kinda looks white to me. Dunno.

  • Juice||

    I know. I see lots of people that look like plain ole whitefolk, but then they wanna claim that they are some other race and that the white man is keepin'em down.

  • hmm||

    Dear Rick,

    If you say stupid shit and are generally a fucking moron people are going to make fun of you. If you do these things with a national audience you are only going to exacerbate the level of mockery.

    Best Regards,
    Life

  • hmm||

    P.S. This rule even applies to people with brown skin.

  • @||

    Racist!

  • Lyle||

    Rick Sanchez has brown skin?

  • ||

    Stewart makes fun of him because he's an obvious target. Not because he's non-white, but because he is a hyper-active idiot.

    'Metres!? whats that in English!?'

  • ||

    The "meters - English" thing would have been a perfectly acceptable joke if it came from someone with credibility. (I'll grant that it didn't.)

  • Mike M.||

    Exactly. In an industry chock full of dummies, Sanchez very well might be the dumbest of them all.

  • hmm||

    Calling any member of a minority dumb is racist.

    RACIST!!!

  • @u||

    You're an even bigger racist for pointing that out.

  • The Gobbler||

    "Julie Banderas"

    What's the Spanish word for yummy?

  • ||

    sabrosa

  • The Gobbler||

    Sung to the tune of Guantanamera

    Geraldo Rivera,
    Yes he's Geraldo Rivera,
    Ger-al-do Ri-ver-a,
    Yes he's Geraldo Rivera.

  • ||

    I'll raise you a limerick:

    There once was a young man named Rick.
    Who turned out to be a dumb prick.
    He made fun of the Jews,
    And then got the bad news
    That no more lefty boots could he lick.

  • JB||

    Awesome

  • JB||

    Awesome

  • pmains||

    JB had a comment quite nice,
    So nice that he posted it twice.
    But he should admit
    That when he hits submit
    Clicking just once should suffice.

  • Limerick Police||

    This genre requires a steady meter.
    Failure all around.

  • Wolf||

    Not sure how this affects his career. I mean it was obvious he was a retard BEFORE now, and that didn't stop CNN from putting him on the air.

  • ||

    Neither did him killing a pedestrian while driving drunk after a Dolphins game and leaving the scene for two hours.

  • db||

    That one probably requires a link.

  • Pip||

    Drunk driving
    On December 10, 1990, Sanchez struck a drunken pedestrian, Jeffrey Smuzinick, with his car on a residential street near Dolphin Stadium (then known as Joe Robbie Stadium) and left the scene, returning two hours later.[2] Smuzinick was paralyzed and eventually died in an assisted living facility on November 2, 1995.[3][2] Sanchez had just left an NFL football game with his father when the accident occurred. Police breathalyzer results determined that Sanchez's blood alcohol level was above the legal limit for driving. He was not charged with causing the accident, but was charged with and pleaded no contest to driving under the influence (DUI).[2]

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rick_Sanchez

  • ||

    Thanks, pip. I've been elsewhere.

  • ||

    Thanks, pip. I've been elsewhere. Also, he refused to even speak with the victim's family since and has refused to offer any financial support or advocate for the victim (until he died).

    Sanchez left the scene and went home for a couple of hours. While there, he said he drank several shots to "calm himself," which is what made the breathalyser inadmissible. The reason he was not charged with causing the accident was because the pedestrian was loaded as well. The no contest DUI was a plea deal to avoid the aggravated assault/DUI which carried a mandatory 2 years in FL at the time.

  • ||

    Laws and punishments are for little people. And yeah, after I have been in an accident and know I am going to have to confront the cops in a few hours, the first thing I do is take a couple of shots to calm down.

    What a dirtbag. Time and time again, the Roman historian Suetonius is proven right; people do not just become depraved.

  • ?||

    Why return to the scene of the crime two hours later? Were the cops just standing there waiting for his inevitable return? Sounds fishy....

  • mad libertarian guy||

    He actually has a history of being busted for drunk driving in Miami.

    Guy is an unmitigated douche-nugget.

  • db||

    Thanks; I had not seen that before.

  • ||

    I mean it was obvious he was a retard BEFORE now, and that didn't stop CNN from putting him on the air.

    Have there ever been any non-retards working at CNN?

    -jcr

  • Max||

    I've heard of slow news days, but Moynihan must be having a slow brain wave day. Who gives a flying fuck what Rick Sanchez says about anything? Why the fuck does this shit appear on a libertarian fucking blog? I mean, not just the stupid fucking rant itself, but Moynihan's stupid fucking commentary on it. Jesus Cirst, Moynihan, get a fucking real job.

  • Max||

    ARFARFARFARFARFARFARFARFARFARFARF!!!!!!!!!!

  • KPres||

    Well, the liberals in Washington aren't doing anything to write about these days because it's election time and every time they try to do ANYTHING, their poll numbers go down.

  • ||

    Who gives a flying fuck what Rick Sanchez says about anything?

    Sanchez was talking about John Stewart.

    Stewart is one of maybe 6 poeple which Reason covers for no reason outside of celebrity.

    I will admit it is weird...but i don't understand why it upsets you so much.

  • ||

    Max does not approve. How dare you Moynihan.

  • The Bearded Hobbit||

    Max,

    Seek professional help. Seriously.

    And wipe the froth off of your monitor.

    ... Hobbit

  • Max||

    Besides, what Sanchez said is fine by me.

  • ||

    As long as Rick keeps chunking those TD's and keeps interceptions at a tolerable level, he will be employed.

  • ||

    There can be only one Sanchez.

  • Fluffy||

    It affects his career because now he gets to go hang around with the other folks who think that a Jewish conspiracy runs the media.

    In other words, he only gets to be on Jow Scarborough's show.

    BTW - am I the only one who never really perceived this guy as Hispanic? He's just another chubby white guy with muddled lefty thinking to me.

  • ||

    I thought he was a white guy too, but I guess if your name is Sanchez... But I thought the correct term was "latino"

    Anyway, it is always interesting to me to hear what these guys really think.
    And it is important because they ask the questions. Question not asked, issue ignored.

  • ||

    I thought we just called them all Mexicans. That's the way it works in Tulare County, Dan.

    Seriously, though, it is important to hear what these guys think. It exposes their resentment and/or hatred of other groups and outs their inner bigot.

  • ||

    Tulare, the one place (well Bakersfield too) worse than Fresno. ;) We're a enlightened bunch in Fresno, agonizing over whether to call people from south of the border latinos or hispanics.
    'what about people from the carribian?'
    We call them carrobs.

  • ||

    I feel blessed for having no idea as to who or what this pond-scum is.

  • dhex||

    joe scarborough is on team elders of zion?

  • Zeb||

    Hispanic and white guy are not mutually exclusive categories.

  • mitch||

    You'd think being able to say whatever you want about FOX NEWS and white people in general would be enough to blow off steam; why go that extra mile and bitch about the Jews and put your career in jeopardy?

  • ||

    This looks like fun.

    Time to make popcorn and pull up a chair.

  • Rick Sanchez||

    Ay ay ay! Judios en mi cabeza!

  • Jeff P||

    I will be forming a punk band just to use the name The Cuban Jews.

  • prolefeed||

    You know Jon Stewart's gonna do a smackdown on this juicy target.

    What, Sanchez thought he could say this about someone with his own TV show about about a bazillion writers on staff and not get mocked in return?

  • ||

    "Don't get in a pissing contest with someone who buys ink by the barrel" is the old saying.

    "Don't get in a pissing contest with someone who has 2 1/2 hours of air time to burn every week" might be the modern equivalent.

  • ||

    Between this and the eco-fascist killporn video, the left really is exhibiting all the worst tribalist reflexes these days, isn't it?

  • ||

    the left really is exhibiting all the worst tribalist reflexes these days, isn't it?

    No...you do not want to see the worst tribalist reflexes.

    ...i am pretty sure they involve killing anyone wearing glasses and changing the year to zero.

    But yeah they are cracking up.

  • Paul||

    Who's Rick Sanchez now?

  • ||

    He's the guy that just left a message for Weigel, lookin' for advice.

  • johnl||

    Scandal Boy did not make this level of mess.

  • ||

    No, but if you want to try to stay in the business after doing something like that? Weigel's probably a guy you want to talk to...

    Weigel should probably start up 976 number for journalists who screw up like this.

    Sort of like those 976 number/prison survival guides for people going to prison? So you got blown up for something you said, and you wanna stay in the business? Well here's what you do...

  • ||

    I have a feeling that as long as there's a somewhat sincere apology from Rick "Dirty" Sanchez, CNN will keep him around. If for no other reason than to iron Larry King's wrinkles.

  • Jennifer||

    I am not a bigot and I don't hate Jews; I just wish they'd abandon their secret plan to cause all the world's wars and control all the world's media outlets.

    Or, if they MUST control all the world media outlets, gimme a fucking raise.

  • ||

    I just wish they'd abandon their secret plan to cause all the world's wars and control all the world's media outlets.

    The Jews took over western civilization just after the 30 years war. Since that time death by war has dropped dramatically, child mortality has dropped, life expectancy has increased and leisure time has expanded....as secret overlords they have done a pretty good job in my opinion.

    Though they may need to work harder on their relations with Islam....and left leaning Hispanics working for CNN.

  • Apostate Jew||

    Never!

  • ¢||

    You know Jon Stewart's gonna do a smackdown on this juicy target.

    Fuck no.

    The "Sanchez got confused [not drunk] and thought he worked for Fox, and soon he will" non sequitur, followed by applause, rally hoots, no laughs, and a punch-me face, is visible slightly over two kilometers away.

  • Spartacus||

    "...visible slightly over two kilometers away."

    How far is that in English?

  • ||

    I think the American translation is "over yonder" while pointing with ones chin

  • ||

    I think the American translation is "over yonder" while pointing with ones chin

  • Javon||

    About tree-fitty.

  • ||

    Isn't that what girl scout cookies cost?

  • Loch Ness Monster||

    How about a Rick-roll for Rick Sanchez?

  • Howard Stern||

    I think this is designed as a clever career segue to introduce his new show, "Spic and CSPAN".

  • Ryanxxx||

    Ok, I guess I have to be the one to say that Sanchez does have a point about Jews and the media.

    Granted, he is a self-righteous, idiotic douche, and I hope Stewart rips him apart, but still...

  • Zeb||

    There is a big difference between pointing out that there are a lot of Jews in important positions in media and saying "the Jews run the media".

  • Paul||

    Good lord that interview was confusing. He's a bigot, because he doesn't like people who... he doesn't agree with.

    So, in the reasoning that is circular logic, Rick Sanchez is a bigot because he disagrees with Jon Stewart and doesn't like him.

    Where's sage with another link to Seattle hipster fashion?

  • ||

    No he is a bigot because he thinks Jews run the media and all hang together at the expense of everyone else.

  • Paul||

    Yeah, and that.

  • Concern Troll||

    Rick Sanchez isn't a bigot. He just can't think very well. In that regard he is not unlike most Americans, and most (meaning a majority of, but not all) H&R commentators.

  • alan||

    Funny, I have an ex-friend of the same Sexy Latin Race (the new acceptable term that replaces the now offensive Hispanic) as myself and the genetic embarrassment of Rick Sanchez who was canned from the production crew of a horror movie, and replaced with a Jewish guy. He blamed it on the guy's ethnic connections. I had to point out that the new guy didn't cost nearly a days worth of production due to an easily preventable mistake, and was hired to replace the guy that did.

  • Paul||

    and replaced with a Jewish guy.

    How does everyone "know" everyone else's religious and ethnic background?

    A guy comes up to me, shakes my hand and says "Hi, I'm Jon Stewart", I'm thinking "Scottish!"

    Where does this whole keen sense of ethnic background probing come from?

  • Atanarjuat||

    Well, in Stewart's case, I know his real name is Liebowitz, also he mentions the fact that he's Jewish in a joke in almost every show.

  • Paul||

    I got ya... he's already famous. But you get replaced on the set by a guy you've never met before named "Ted" and you immediately complain that he replaced you because he's "Jewish".

    My mother is European, and she seems to be innately aware of everyone's ethnic background after exchanging brief glances with everyone in the room.

    Maybe it's like gaydar.

  • alan||

    My own recollection of the incident is my ex-friend was right about the ethnicity of the guy. I remember some members of the crew knew that guy very well. What my ex-friend was forgetting was, they were both up for that job and he not the Jewish guy got the first crack at it.

  • ||

    he mentions the fact that he's Jewish in a joke in almost every show.

    Bingo!

    Also Steve Colbert is Catholic...I know that from a Fresh Air interview

  • James j b ||

    So is the pope. No. Wait he craps in the woods

  • alan||

    How do you know a John Bull English man before he opens his mouth? Sometimes you just do because you have spotted a few genetic traits. You are telling me you would not need more than a glance to know that Seinfeld and Stewart are Jewish (though some of the more stereotypical traits come from those descended from the Khazars instead of Sephardim).

  • Paul||

    Given the confusion between ethic Jews and religious Jews, I pretty much stay out of the whole "pegging a guy's ethnic background".

    Emilio Estevez. I have no idea what his ethnic background is. Doesn't look like any of the vatos I hung out with growing up in Las Cruces, New Mexico.

    Cameron Diaz. Ditto.

    Sammy Davis Jr. Don't even get me started.

    Tiger Woods. WTF?

    I now live in an area with such mixed racial identities, I hardly even know where to begin. Southeast Asians (dark skin) intermarrying with Hispanics-- er, Latinos. Light Skinned black people intermarrying with dark skinned Cubans.

    Imagine being a police officer where you've been directed to gather racial information on every stop so as to make sure that racial profiling isn't occurring. You perform a traffic stop with a man who's vaguely dark skinned. Bam! What's his race? His name is Al Mclaughlin.

    Go.

    *tick*tick*tick*tick*tick*

  • alan||

    Exactly. At this point you have got to laugh. My own background is Islanos (Canary Islands) migrants, Nueva España exiles on one side and German and British with a disclaimer attached to the Gaelic portions of that isle on the other.

  • Zeb||

    Before I went to college and met lots and lots of Jews, I wouldn't have been able to tell you by looking the Seinfeld and Stewart are Jewish (meaning Ahkenazi. There are plenty of Jews that look nothing like the typical American or northern European stereotype.

  • Atanarjuat||

    "Hispanic" is actually offensive, or just no longer in fashion among the politically correct? How do you refer to the people formerly known as Hispanic?

  • Paul||

    How do you refer to the people formerly known as Hispanic?

    Vatos.

  • T||

    Pendejos works, too.

  • ||

    Is "cholo" still out of bounds?

  • Neu Mejican||

    How do you refer to the people formerly known as Hispanic?

    Vatos.

    "Vato" would never refer to someone that would self-identify as "Hispanic." Vato would be more likely to apply to those who self-identify as Chicano. And neither group is likely to wholly embrace "Latino."

  • alan||

    Like I just said, Sexy Latin Race. RTFPBTFP (Read The Fucking Phrase Before That Fucking Phrase).

  • Fluffy||

    Shouldn't that be "sezzy"?

  • alan||

    I'm giving people time to adjust. Not all Sezzies are aware just yet that I am their Jessie Jackson.

  • Ice Nine||

    I think there is a weird little symbol thingy.

  • Mel Gibson||

    Other than a disturbing lack of profanity, I don't see a problem with anything Mr. Sanchez said.

  • ||

    +a hit movie.

  • ||

    Mel Gibson|10.1.10 @ 3:38PM|#

    Other than a disturbing lack of profanity, I don't see a problem with anything Mr. Sanchez said.

    I really don't understand what your problem is.

    The Jews let you, an Aussi, make a Hollywood movie about the death of Christ and even took the blame for his death so the world would not hate the Italians.

  • ||

    I believe he financed that movie himself.

  • Jon Liebowitz||

    Yeah he financed it himself as one big "fuck you" to the Jews who run the whole movie industry thingy.

    Luckily for him it made a Christload of money.

    Sounds pretty Jewish to me....

  • Irresponsible Hater||

    I'm confused.

    Neither of these quotes:
    This is the game they play. “I just picked on Fox News, because they just had a bold-faced [sic] lie about something — dammit, that means I gotta find something on CNN. Oh, I know… wait, hold on, let me find, oh that Rick Sanchez, that little Puerto Rican guy. I’ll make fun of him. Do you have anything?"

    ...

    "Very powerless people… [snickers] He’s such a minority, I mean, you know [sarcastically]… Please. What, are you kidding? … I’m telling you that everybody who runs CNN is a lot like Stewart, and a lot of people who run all the other networks are a lot like Stewart, and to imply that somehow they — the people in this country who are Jewish — are an oppressed minority? Yeah. [sarcastically]"

    Appear in the video labeled as "the whole rant." Where are these quotes from?

  • Neu Mejican||

    Indeed.

  • ||

    "Complex human being", my ass. He's a self-absorbed bubblehead, just like all the rest of the talking heads you see on CNN.

    -jcr

  • ||

    My only wish is that Sanchez decides not go down alone in his Career Suicide and takes Nancy Grace along with him.

  • Fluffy||

    Please Mr. Sanchez, please lock Nancy in the trunk of your car and then push it into a lake.

    And then tell the cops that Jews carjacked you at gunpoint.

    Please, please, Mr. Sanchez.

  • ||

    I guess it would be bad form form me to request that this be put into the prayers of the faithful at Mass this Sunday.

  • Concern Troll||

    It might be "bad form form," John, but I would do it too, if I believed in an imaginary being who would, for some reason, do my bidding, if I asked nicely on a Sunday.

  • ||

    Concern troll is concerned.

  • ||

    Oh an atheist made an imnaginary being joke. Concern troll is concerned and original and whitty.

  • mad libertarian guy||

    You were so bothered by his admittedly opposite-of-witty and idiotic comment that you had to come back 5 minutes later to re-respond?

  • ||

    yes.

  • spelling troll||

    That's an original spelling of "witty"

  • Pissarch||

    Spelling troll is, um...spelling.

    [sigh]

    I'm fucking tired of my stupid troll shit.
    Somebody fucking kill me.

  • Double Helix||

    A protein can dream, can't he?

  • ||

    An apparent graduate of the Helen Thomas school of journalism...

  • ||

    If he wants to keep it real, why doesn't he call himself Ricardo?

  • modnar||

  • CrescoLibertas||

    This guy came from a local Miami news station that was/is notoriously regarded as sensationalist long before it became popular. Most of us in Miami were glad to see him go. He was pretty much a laughing stock down here, especially among Cubans, who are largely conservative-leaning.

    That CNN took him in says a lot about CNN. Granted, Fox has Geraldo, so that's not saying much for them either.

    If CNN does give him the axe, we hope he does not return to Miami. What a weenie!

  • mad libertarian guy||

    Guy's been a douche forever.

    I hated him in Miami too. Everyone did.

  • ||

    This just in:

    http://www.aolnews.com/surge-d.....?icid=main|htmlws-main-w|dl1|sec3_lnk2|174810

  • Charles 3E||

    Any relation to Julian Sanchez?

  • ||

    He's been canned.

  • hmm||

    CNN just raised its average IQ by 20 IQ points.

  • ||

    And their collective IQ as well!

  • Ayn_Randian||

    D'oh. That's not possible.

  • ||

    Actually, it's possible if the unrelated to me Rick Sanchez had a negative IQ. I learned this in an applied mathematics class at USC.

  • ||

    I used to be a fan of Rick's. Until today when I found out about this. I'm glad they fired him. He was practically begging for it, and I, for one, could never have watched him again anyway.

    I wonder how long it will take for him to realize that the only bigot in that conversation was Rick Sanchez. Maybe he'll get it when he comes home and his wife smacks him upside the head.

  • hmm||

    I wonder how long it will take for him to realize that the only bigot in that conversation was Rick Sanchez.

    As dumb as he is I wouldn't hold my breath waiting.

  • Mosquevite Sandwich||

    Why do the Joos hate Mexicans? Maybe for the same reason libertarians want sick minority children and the elderly to sit at different lunch counters? Or maybe the same reason Muzlims want to put a terror cell on the top floor of that beautiful new 911 Ground Zero tower?

    Rick, being a retarded imbecile is one thing. Running some dude over and hauling ass is another. But now you're just being a fuckhead. Maybe it's time for you to do something more suitable: the next Democratic Senator from Florida?

  • ||

    He was run out of Miami years ago. How he ever it made it nationally has always been a mystery down here.

    Of course Joe Sobran just died, so if Sanchez could magically raise his IQ 75 points he could take Sobran's place.

  • Woodrow||

    I really didn't expect this dumbass to be fired. I mean, Olbermann regularly calls half the population racists and fascists for not voting for his candidates with nary a word of criticism.

  • hmm||

    CNN has higher standards than MSNBC. Then again so does every porn channel.

  • ||

    We have more jews too.

  • Rachel Maddow||

    CNN has higher standards than MSNBC. Then again so does every porn channel.

    Easy, dude. Don't make me take my shirt off.

  • Mr. Chartreuse||

    This could be like a Simpsons episode in reverse:

    Lisa: Mr. Sanchez, why are you burning all of your personal papers?

    Sanchez: As of now, Rick Sanchez no longer exists. Say hello to Lionel Hutz!

  • Fidel Castro||

    If you really want to insult a Cuban, call him a Puerto RIcan.

  • Mr. FIFY||

    Surprise from MediaMrymidons:

    http://mediamatters.org/blog/201010010022

    Bonus: Dig this interchange...

    by fairliberal (October 01, 2010 5:11 pm ET)
    1 15
    It's a pretty safe bet, Sanchez would find a home on MSDNC alot quicker than on Fox. He'd fit right in with the likes of Schultz, olbermann and O'Donnell. The 3 stooges. Is there room for a 4th?

    by mjgrimm690 (October 01, 2010 6:40 pm ET)
    6
    No arguments here. None of those guys, nor feckless Maddow, do a very good job of presenting the Progressive viewpoint. But Sanchez is not a pseudo righty like the pseudo liberals you named, so in that sense, he does not fit in very well.

    Only on a far-lefty comment section, could one find a POV where Maddow, Olbermann, and Schultz are insufficiently "progressive".

    Max? What say you?

  • Max||

    ARFARFARFARFSUCKRONPUALSDICKARFARFARF!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • James j b ||

    Man, those are some NASTY comments from SANCHEZ. Just plain DIRTY.

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