PHONE'S RINGING -- IT'S URBAN ON THE LINE
(Via our favorite West Coast troll)
Who the hell was LeAndre Boone anyway?
The fact that he bought these "a couple of years ago" makes me nervous. How far back have these players been selling them?
"Anything easy ain't worth a damn." - Woody Hayes
I heard Jim Lachey (head of the gold pants society) interviewed a while back and he said he got requests from players trying to get them back because they had given them to girlfriends and the relationship didn't last.
Follow up interview with the show's producer:
"It's just another case of there you are". ~ Doc (1918-2012)
Doug, not you :(
This really sucks. Plus, who the hell would sell the 2002 one?!?
It was Donald Washington not Douggie Fresh
Oh thank god.
Still, you have to wonder about all the players.
Alex, I'm pretty sure it wasn't.
Could be wrong though, so could you link me?
October 20th: National Kenneth Guiton Day
Donald Washington also denied that the Pawn Star gold pants were his, but I'd place D-Worth's Buckeye street cred/believability a good bit higher than early entry D-Wash.
Regardless of who they belong to, at the least I can be confident nothing will come of it.
Can't lie though ... '02 pants being sold stung quite a bit as I read the sentence a few weeks back.
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