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The Most Beautiful Women Of The Sport World


Danica Patrick - Stock Car Driver
 Allyson Felix - US Olympic Sprinter
 Candace Parker - WNBA
 Jennie Finch - US Olympic Softball
 Kim Glass - US Indoor Volleyball
 Kristi Leskinen - US Freestyle Ski
 Lolo Jones - US Olympic Hurdler
 Serena Williams - Profession Tennis Star
 Skylar Diggins - Notre Dame Basketball
 Lauren Jackson - WNBA
Amanda Beard - US Swimming
 Allison Stokke - Pole Vaul
 Niki Gudex - Mountain Biker

Friday, June 22, 2012

Gigantic Alligator Gar Caught Using Bow And Arrow


Texas fisherman prevails in epic battle with enormous alligator gar

By: Pete Thomas, GrindTV.com

Whether Brent Crawford has captured the world's largest alligator gar will never be known -- his scale bottomed out emphatically at 300 pounds and he filleted the prehistoric-looking fish after attempting to obtain its weight.

But this much is clear: The gar Crawford landed while bow-fishing recently in Texas' Lake Corpus Christi is among the largest specimens ever captured -- and it was captured in a manner like no other gar captured beforehand.

(The largest-known alligator gar caught while bow-fishing weighed 365 pounds. The largest caught on rod and reel weighed 279 pounds.)

Crawford, who has lived on the lake for 20 years, was alerted to the presence of several giant gar in a wide canal feeding into the lake: an enormous female swimming with about five smaller males.

His reaction, according to the Corpus Christi Caller Times, was simply: "Oh goodness. That fish right there was worth chasing."

The newspaper's outdoors columnist, David Sikes, produced a detailed account of what transpired next. The following is a condensed version:

Crawford, with his fishing bow, stalked the great fish carefully, knowing he might only get one shot.

When he finally fired, he scored a direct hit, unleashing the fury of the 8-foot, 2-inch beast, which created an explosion of mud and water before it ran toward the lake.

Big problem, because the nylon cord had become tangled at Crawford's feet, and when he grabbed the line, as it began to tighten, it became wrapped around his hand.

The line went taut and the fish yanked the fisherman into the water headfirst. That's when Crawford's dog, Bleux, grabbed him by the cuff of the jeans, creating a bizarre riverbank tug-of-war.

Crawford ultimately was able to free his hand from the cord and stand knee-deep in the shallow canal, gripping his fishing bow, the cord still attached to the mighty fish. "There was no doubt who was in control and it wasn't me," the fisherman recalled.

The gar stole 200 feet of cord in a battle that lasted 45 minutes, before Crawford reeled it to the bank. Soaked and exhausted, the fisherman straddled the fish, reached for his cellphone -- which he had kept in a waterproof case -- and dialed a friend.

The friend arrived with a pistol, which resoundingly ended the struggle, and the two men used a rope and an ATV to drag the quarry to Crawford's house.

It wasn't until after Crawford had carved up his catch that he learned the Texas bow-fishing record for alligator gar is 290 pounds, and the overall state record is 302 pounds.

Record or no record, it was a monstrous gar and one of the wildest angling feats in Texas history. It's a shame that there isn't a category for that.

-- Image showing Brent Crawford with his amazing catch is courtesy of the fisherman

Thursday, June 21, 2012

Sunday, June 17, 2012

Chief Keef Signs to Interscope


Chief Keef Signs to Interscope

After labels bid for his services, Chief Keef finally chose a home…  

June 17, 2012 - 1:20 PM

Chief Keef has finally signed to a label and Interscope is his new home.

“I’ve been talkin’ to a lot of labels, but I just noticed Interscope got people like 50, Eminem,” Keef began telling MTV’s RapFix before he took the stage at Birthday Bash. “They was talkin’ good to me. They was talkin’ like I was talkin’ and I liked that. all these other labels, I was talkin’ to ’em, but it’s time anyway for me and I’m goin’ with Interscope.”

The news is great news for the 16-year-old Chicago rhyme slinger and architect of the hit single, “I Don’t Like,” but it’s not so great news to T.I.’s Grand Hustle imprint, Young Jeezy’s CTE and Cash Money.
The latter had especially made a hard push to attain the services of Keef.

“I like him, he kinda remind me of us,” Baby told MTV News back in May. “He’s out the streets, I think he swagged up and I’m definitely talkin’ to his people and I’d like to see if we could get it to pop, see if I can get him to be down with the team.”

Keef’s stardom was taken to another level last month, when Kanye West decided to remix Keef’s “I Don’t Like” along with Pusha T, Jadakis and Big Sean.

Jakinder Singh

Friday, June 15, 2012

[Music] Yeah Doe feat. @DorroughMusic @Zillaman @BHamp


New music from Dallas, TX. Shouts out to Hulk Ent, Campus Kingz DJs and CKB Ent

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Tuesday, June 12, 2012