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drdavidbrinner:

drdavidbrinner:

Today in gym class we were doing major climbing and halfway up this girl freezes and goes “I CAN’T DO IT I CAN’T DO IT”

so some dude yells “MY AUNT SAID DAT AT HER WEDDIN’ BUT SHE MARRIED DAT FINE-ASS DOCTOR AND NOW SHE RICH AS HELL” 

the girl did it. truly inspiring.

I should add that it was a shrimpy 5’1 Indian boy nobody had ever heard talk before who was apparently from the deep south. 

habibired
kickoffcoverage:

DEVON STILL JERSEY SALES RAISE OVER $400K FOR PEDIATRIC CANCER RESEARCHWith all the turmoil and negative press the NFL has been dealing with all week in regards to the Ray Rice domestic violence situation and the Adrian Peterson child abuse accusations, a feel-good story comes at a much needed time. Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle, Devon Still, who was cut from the team but re-signed to the practice squad earlier this month, had considered stepping away from the game this season after his 4-year-old daughter, Leah, was diagnosed with stage-4 pediatric cancer. He decided to play in part to ensure his daughter had the NFL’s health insurance. On Tuesday, the Bengals signed Still to their active 53-man roster. Bengals coach Marvin Lewis told Still that he will be allowed to visit his daughter at the Children’s Hospital Of Philadelphia. In addition, the Bengals announced all proceeds from Still’s jersey sales will go towards the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and pediatric cancer research. After the announcement, Still’s jersey sold more in the first day than any other Bengals player’s jersey ever has in a 24-hour period. According to Bengals director of sales and public affairs Jeff Berding, in four days they have raised over $400,000.

kickoffcoverage:

DEVON STILL JERSEY SALES RAISE OVER $400K FOR PEDIATRIC CANCER RESEARCH

With all the turmoil and negative press the NFL has been dealing with all week in regards to the Ray Rice domestic violence situation and the Adrian Peterson child abuse accusations, a feel-good story comes at a much needed time. 

Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle, Devon Still, who was cut from the team but re-signed to the practice squad earlier this month, had considered stepping away from the game this season after his 4-year-old daughter, Leah, was diagnosed with stage-4 pediatric cancer. He decided to play in part to ensure his daughter had the NFL’s health insurance. 

On Tuesday, the Bengals signed Still to their active 53-man roster. Bengals coach Marvin Lewis told Still that he will be allowed to visit his daughter at the Children’s Hospital Of Philadelphia. In addition, the Bengals announced all proceeds from Still’s jersey sales will go towards the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and pediatric cancer research. 

After the announcement, Still’s jersey sold more in the first day than any other Bengals player’s jersey ever has in a 24-hour period. According to Bengals director of sales and public affairs Jeff Berding, in four days they have raised over $400,000.