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The 10 Most Horrific Sports Injuries Ever WARNINGS: Some of the videos/images are rough to look at (breaking limbs, one bloody hockey accident, nude Steve Yeager) and it's clearly US-centric (it doesn't mention that Rugby League dude who was jamming his finger in his opponents anuses).
posted by Mayor Curley (84 comments total) 7 users marked this as a favorite
 
I found a lot of these to be just a bit too much...
posted by Dysk at 6:56 PM on November 28, 2009


(yes kiddies, L.A. had the Raiders before Oakland)

This odd phrasing makes me feel old.
posted by box at 6:58 PM on November 28, 2009 [3 favorites]


Since I always find it difficult to "un-see" something I decided to give this one a pass. Sorry Mayor C.
posted by nostrada at 7:02 PM on November 28, 2009 [3 favorites]


Does this include Tiger Woods crashing his car after being chased by his golf-club-wielding wife?
posted by HP LaserJet P10006 at 7:05 PM on November 28, 2009 [5 favorites]


Well, after that intro I had to look up the Rugby League guy to see if that was really true.

It is.

I had to share, really.
posted by overhauser at 7:12 PM on November 28, 2009


(yes kiddies, L.A. had the Raiders before Oakland)

Wait, what? They were in LA before I was born?
posted by spacely_sprocket at 7:12 PM on November 28, 2009


How coincidental -- I just watched TJ Lanning crash at Lake Louise doing about 90 and tearing the living hell out of one of his legs...
posted by Clave at 7:13 PM on November 28, 2009


I lauged a lot more than I expected to. But I skipped most of the pics.
posted by docpops at 7:19 PM on November 28, 2009


Since I always find it difficult to "un-see" something I decided to give this one a pass. Sorry Mayor C.

The picture of Travis Pastrana's injuries is particularly horrific.
posted by Sova at 7:22 PM on November 28, 2009 [2 favorites]


Former Australian rugby league international John Hopoate was banned for 12 weeks Wednesday after being found guilty of "interfering" with opponents.

12 week suspension? Holy cow. So shoving fingers up someone's rectum is in no shape or form a criminal offence?
posted by crapmatic at 7:29 PM on November 28, 2009


What a lovely change of pace from the usual Thanksgiving stuff.
posted by etaoin at 7:33 PM on November 28, 2009


Best of the Web, surely.
posted by monospace at 7:35 PM on November 28, 2009


I have to love a post that frightens me so much that i don't click on a single link... congrats!
posted by HuronBob at 7:38 PM on November 28, 2009 [14 favorites]


I knew the bloody hockey incident had to be a reference to Malarchuk. Man that was awful. Two people in the stands had heart attacks it was so bad. It's like "why is the blood PULSING like that? OH SHIT".
posted by Justinian at 7:44 PM on November 28, 2009


I'm basically too much of a sissy to click on that link, but I assume that LT's epic sack of Theismann is on there somewhere? I'm pretty sure that Monday night back in '85 was the last time anyone watched televised sports in my house when I was a kid.
posted by elizardbits at 7:45 PM on November 28, 2009


The Theismann play isn't on the list since it is so well known; the injuries listed are all rated on the "Theismann-O-Meter".
posted by Justinian at 7:48 PM on November 28, 2009


I was coming in here to ask about Theismann-safeness of the link.
posted by LobsterMitten at 7:57 PM on November 28, 2009


I knew the bloody hockey incident had to be a reference to Malarchuk. Man that was awful. Two people in the stands had heart attacks it was so bad. It's like "why is the blood PULSING like that? OH SHIT".

Oh god even reading about this on wikipedia (less risk of pictures, but the brief stop through google was graphic enough for me) is making me pull my shirt up over my nose in an effort to protect my neck.

And then of course I immediately turn to the people sitting next to me and go "Hey! Ever heard about that hockey guy who"... Squick loves company.
posted by Solon and Thanks at 8:04 PM on November 28, 2009 [1 favorite]


Tiger Woods crashing his car after being chased by his golf-club-wielding wife?

what I want to know is whether he got beaten with wood or iron...
posted by krautland at 8:05 PM on November 28, 2009


Maybe I watched too much sports when I was younger, because I remember seeing most of these live - even that Breeders Cup year when about 6 horses went down. But I didn't see Malarchuk's. Which is easily the most horrific thing I have ever seen in sports.
posted by Senator at 8:13 PM on November 28, 2009


Sadly, motorsport's got 'em all beat for genuine life-threatening (and ending) drama. As a kid growing up, this was the kind of thing I had to process. Swede Savage was leading at the time. One of my favorite drivers.

WARNING: not suitable for glee-club meetings ... but that goes for this whole thread, doesn't it?
posted by philip-random at 8:16 PM on November 28, 2009


What made Theismann's injury worse was the number of times it was repeated on television at the time. I never have to see it again as it's etched into my brain, thank you very little.

On a related note, I was surprised they didn't mention Lawrence Taylor blowing out his achilles tendon. Call it karma, or call it bad luck, he still managed to come back for another season.
posted by tommasz at 8:17 PM on November 28, 2009


I'm glad that they stuck to ones that might make for a good write-up as opposed to the most truly horrific sports incidents. Todd Bertuzzi on Steve Moore comes to mind.
posted by battlebison at 8:17 PM on November 28, 2009


kinda interesting in a car-wreak sorta way, but could have done without much of the writing, seemed a little borderline homophobic in one or two places.
posted by edgeways at 8:26 PM on November 28, 2009


Steve Moore milked that innocent little love tap for everything it was worth.
posted by Rumple at 8:29 PM on November 28, 2009


A few on my mind, back in the late 90s:

-Red Wings' Kris Draper had his jaw realigned when he was boarded by Claude Lemieux from the Colorado Avs. Fierce rivalry still exists today (I think).
-Chris Pronger, who was with the St. Louis Blues at the time, collapsed in the middle of the ice after a hit in the chest by a puck in a playoff game with the Wings.
-The name of a Lions player is also evading me. This one suffered a blow that paralyzed him, and only within the past few years has been able to walk at all.
posted by JoeXIII007 at 8:32 PM on November 28, 2009


I'll never forget the day AFL player James Hird got belted in the face so hard that his eye socket was completely smashed and "his whole middle third of his face got shifted to the right side when he got hit on the left side." Video and pic. Eww.
posted by raena at 8:33 PM on November 28, 2009


The name of a Lions player is also evading me. This one suffered a blow that paralyzed him, and only within the past few years has been able to walk at all.

Sure you're not conflating two different players? Mike Utley was a guard for the Lions, paralyzed during a game in '91, but he's a quadriplegic (although Wikipedia says he's functionally paraplegic).

Kevin Everett (who played for the Bills) was paralyzed in a game within the past few years, but because of the treatment he received at the scene is now able to walk again.
posted by asterix at 8:37 PM on November 28, 2009


(yes kiddies, L.A. had the Raiders before Oakland)

Oakland had the Raiders before LA had them before Oakland had them again.
posted by octothorpe at 8:37 PM on November 28, 2009 [2 favorites]


orgrishfilter.com
posted by Burhanistan at 8:41 PM on November 28, 2009 [1 favorite]


Flagged for "Sport is murder"
posted by ardgedee at 8:50 PM on November 28, 2009


Does this include Tiger Woods crashing his car after being chased by his golf-club-wielding wife?

Tiger hasn't had a drive this short in years.
posted by porn in the woods at 8:52 PM on November 28, 2009 [11 favorites]


Steve Moore milked that innocent little love tap for everything it was worth.

In the end, Todd Bertuzzi was sadly just a dangerous thug. Worst thing to happen to the Canucks franchise in a long, long time.
posted by philip-random at 8:54 PM on November 28, 2009


In 1998, a rodeo bull rider named Jerome Davis hit the ground head first after his ride and broke his neck. He's paralyzed from the chest down.

If you want a tough job, try learning to be a rodeo bull-fighter. They used to refer to them as "clowns" and by tradition they dress up as clowns, but "bull-fighter" is more accurate. They're safety crew during bull riding. One time on TV I saw one get badly hurt. The rider used a suicide wrap, and got bucked off, and his arm was stuck. And the bull went into a spin.

The bull-fighter had to try to wade in and pull the rope to get the guy's hand loose. He timed it wrong, and the bull nailed him on the head with a horn. It broke his jaw. Fortunately that was all that happened to him, but... man, oh man, those guys earn their pay.
posted by Chocolate Pickle at 9:01 PM on November 28, 2009 [1 favorite]


Motorsports? Hell, 500GP alone could fill out that entire list, and that'd just be with the people that survive. High on that list would be Mick Doohan, 5-time world 500cc GP champion, who broke his leg so badly they were originally going to amputate, but instead sewed his healthy leg to the broken one to provide enough blood for the damaged leg to heal. For all that, he only missed four races.

For some recent cringe-worthy video, there's Leon Camier's crash at Cadwell a few years ago in a BSB race. Watch his left leg. Knees just aren't supposed to do that...
posted by hackwolf at 9:04 PM on November 28, 2009


-The name of a Lions player is also evading me. This one suffered a blow that paralyzed him, and only within the past few years has been able to walk at all.

Reggie Brown, 1996 1st rd draft pick, was paralyzed on the field but ended up walking later on.

Also Chuck Hughes pretty much died on the field. Hadn't heard about that but a guess the Lions have had a lot of scary moments.
posted by ofthestrait at 9:10 PM on November 28, 2009


As a kid growing up, this was the kind of thing I had to process.

For the squeamish, think 9/11. It took him over a month to die.

what I want to know is whether he got beaten with wood or iron...

Would we be making these jokes if it were Tiger Woods beating his wife nearly to death because she confessed an affair to him?
posted by dirigibleman at 9:21 PM on November 28, 2009


That rugby/anus link was priceless. My favorite quote:

Asked to describe what a wedgie felt like, the Tigers winger replied: "You get a burning sensation. Your undies are getting reefed up your arse."...

"It wasn't a wedgie. That's when your pants are pulled up your arse. I think I know the difference between a wedgie and someone sticking their finger up my bum," said Jones


As to the original link, I found the photos quite sufficient and managed to resist clicking on the videos. There were a bunch of videos, though, that I've seen from MMA fights, tennis matches, and elsewhere, that I was surprised didn't make the cut (so to speak).
posted by Forktine at 9:28 PM on November 28, 2009


I used to enjoy watching Evil Knievel; and I feel bad for him now. He’s a little older, he doesn’t jump.

But he always does these, uh, talk shows, and every time he does one, they wanna show him that footage where he fell off the motorcycle and bounced around like 83 times. That’s what they show him!

"Hey, do you remember that day, Evil?"

"Oh, nooo. I don’t remember..."

And they always ask him what he was thinking right before he hit the ground. What kind of question is that? "What were you thinkin’ right before you hit the ground, Evil? What were ya thinkin’?"

"I remember thinking, 'Hey, did I turn off the iron?’ Then my leg cracked in half, then I was thinking, 'Hey, maybe I should get a puppy!'

"What do you think I was thinkin'? I was thinkin' AAAAAHHHHHHHH!! AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH!!! Sumthin’ like that, if I remember right. Lemme go back: yeah, yeah, AAAAAAAHHHHHHHH!!!! I believe those were my thoughts. I hope I’ve crystallized them for you..."
- Brian Regan
posted by Iridic at 9:30 PM on November 28, 2009 [2 favorites]


Would we be making these jokes if it were Tiger Woods beating his wife nearly to death because she confessed an affair to him?

Probably. We'd also have at least a couple of thousand comment threads discussing the issue..
posted by Chuckles at 9:33 PM on November 28, 2009


Me: Would we be making these jokes if it were Tiger Woods beating his wife nearly to death because she confessed an affair to him?

Chuckles: Probably. We'd also have at least a couple of thousand comment threads discussing the issue..

Damn, you're right.
posted by dirigibleman at 9:40 PM on November 28, 2009


Trying to find a video of that XGames BMX kid who lost his chiclets on a faceplant.
posted by furtive at 9:42 PM on November 28, 2009


A refreshing chaser: the 6 best goals of the decade
posted by Flashman at 9:44 PM on November 28, 2009


Pinching the carotid artery? Damn, that's smart. Sometimes I'd like to sit down with an EMT or two and learn some hardcore first aid. Geez!
posted by yeloson at 9:47 PM on November 28, 2009


Afraid to click the link, though I'll give in sooner or later. One injury these lists never seem to have is from an NBA game in Boston I watched years ago. One player went up for a rebound, got undercut, and landed on his elbow, dislocating it.

The natural response, I think, to an injury is wanting to hold our injured body part. The guy, lying on the ground, whipped his arm up to his chest to hold onto it. Because of the dislocation, when his upper arm jerked forward, his lower arm went the opposite way, and you could see his wrist bounce off the back of his shoulder, before it whipped around and he caught it with his other arm.

I think they showed it three or four times before they started saying, if you're squeamish, you might want to look away.
posted by Ghidorah at 9:54 PM on November 28, 2009


Henrik Larsson breaks a leg. (Warning: gruesome.)
posted by Dumsnill at 9:59 PM on November 28, 2009


I wonder if it's on the list (I won't click on the link, because I've already seen waaaay too many of these), but the worst one I've ever seen was the one suffered by Napoleon McCallum. (safe link)

Knee bent back to the point where he could kick the back of his own head, and the severed artery resulted in internal bleeding that almost killed him right there on the field.
posted by Cool Papa Bell at 10:31 PM on November 28, 2009


To go along with Napolean McCallum, Willis McGahee in the Fiesta Bowl.

And if someone ever says, hey, look at this Shaun Livingston clip, just run the other way. At least with football, the pants usually cover the knee. Because of the shorts, you get to see Livingston's knee explode underneath the skin. Gah.
posted by Ghidorah at 10:39 PM on November 28, 2009


Whoof. After these I needed to take a look at Jake Brown getting up from that X-Games fall just to get my psyche clean again...
posted by queensissy at 10:39 PM on November 28, 2009


As a kid growing up, this was the kind of thing I had to process. Swede Savage was leading at the time.

Roger Williamson's fatal crash-and-burn is a contender for the most wrenching fatality to see.
posted by ROU_Xenophobe at 10:48 PM on November 28, 2009


Well, I watched #10 and literally screamed in sympathetic horror. I don't want that.

So, naturally, I skipped to #1. FUCK WHY. And what a badass.
posted by cmoj at 10:52 PM on November 28, 2009


I can't find video of it, but my "favorite" sports injury I've ever witnessed as it happened was Hideki Matsui's wrist injury from a few years ago, in a game against the Red Sox. Now, I'm a Sox fan, but I'm not about to deny someone the respect they deserve for sheer dedication and badassery just because it was against my favorite team, or even worse if the player is a Yankee.

In the top of the first inning, Matsui made a mad slide for a catch, bending his wrist in ways much like the many images in the linked article that knees aren't supposed to bend either, fracturing it. You could immediately tell what had happened as it played out, with gut-churning reactions from anyone watching. But then, with fratured writst, Matsui fucking threw the ball back to the infield to turn the play.

No good deed (or amazing display of determination) goes unpunished, however, and Matsui, who had up to that point started his professional career without missing a single one of 1,768 games, ended his streak, and the game where he was injured didn't count towards his total, because you've got to play at least half an inning defensively or else have a turn at bat to be counted, and Matsui broke his wrist in the top of the first.
posted by Navelgazer at 11:14 PM on November 28, 2009


Are there any sports where players don't massively break their limbs?

Here's skiing's Lanzinger. Graphic content, indeed. Ugh.
posted by nat at 11:53 PM on November 28, 2009


"The compound fracture...truly one of football's greatest injuries!"
posted by The Tensor at 12:36 AM on November 29, 2009


Motorsports? Hell, 500GP alone could fill out that entire list

A bunch of people have said similar things, or posted videos of car wrecks. But a car wreck doesn't strike me as the sort of thing which belongs on the list. I can watch a crash, even one I know caused severe injury, and not even wince. Because all you're seeing is a car come apart and, frankly, a fatal car wreck and one where the driver walked away don't always look very different.

I don't think there's a comparison to, say, Malarchuk's carotid artery being severed and arterial blood pulsing and spraying out over the ice. Even though he played in a game only a week later while some of the guys in the car wrecks die or are paralyzed. Because it's not a list of "serious sports injuries". It's a list of "sports injuries which sicken you on a visceral level".
posted by Justinian at 12:46 AM on November 29, 2009


Oh and yeah I'm kind of shocked there isn't a post about Tiger Woods. I'm not saying I think it's FPP worthy but given that people will make a FPP when some dude who one time played a jam at the bar down the street dies, I'm really surprised.
posted by Justinian at 12:51 AM on November 29, 2009


I haven't looked at those links but I know I have the winner right here.

Proceed with caution, you can't unring the bell.
posted by fire&wings at 3:28 AM on November 29, 2009


I'm surprised no-one has mentioned this UK football injury, David Busst's leg completely broken at the shin. A selection of close up stills here. The goalkeeper who saw it close up had to have counselling.
posted by biffa at 3:42 AM on November 29, 2009


I never have to see [theissman] again as it's etched into my brain..

etched here as well, as I had the same injury playing football in 1980. I wonder if Theissman and LT were ever together years later and Theissman milked it..."Hey Lar, can you get me a beer? My leg hurts. Otherwise I'd get it."

Because I STILL milk it today with my guy.
posted by stupidsexyFlanders at 3:59 AM on November 29, 2009


-The name of a Lions player is also evading me. This one suffered a blow that paralyzed him, and only within the past few years has been able to walk at all.

Reggie Brown, 1996 1st rd draft pick, was paralyzed on the field but ended up walking later on.

Also Chuck Hughes pretty much died on the field. Hadn't heard about that but a guess the Lions have had a lot of scary moments.
posted by ofthestrait at 12:10 AM on November 29


No list of scary Lions moments is complete without the name Eric Andolsek, who was cut down in his front yard at 25 years old by an out-of-control semi truck.

I was in the Silverdome for the Reggie Brown injury. Happened in the last game of the season in 1997, the same year Barry Sanders broke 2,000 yards from scrimmage. Between the injury and Barry cresting 2k*, it's both the quietest and the loudest I've ever heard out of 75,000+ people.

*He went over 2k on a two-yard dive, but then managed to break the next play for something like 60 yards. When he hit the corner on that run, I thought my ear drums were going to explode.
posted by GamblingBlues at 4:54 AM on November 29, 2009


Although they look bad, most of those injuries are fairly routine. Tib-fib fractures are pretty common, for example-car wrecks, skateboards, trampolines, bikes, and so on are all to blame. Far more horrific to me are injuries like Ray Chapman's (killed by baseball) or Marc Buonicotti's (paralyzed from the neck down). And there are injuries like that every year in the minor and youth leagues, just no video.
posted by TedW at 6:52 AM on November 29, 2009


But a car wreck doesn't strike me as the sort of thing which belongs on the list. I can watch a crash, even one I know caused severe injury, and not even wince. Because all you're seeing is a car come apart

500GP is motorcycle racing, and when you see something like this, I'm willing to bet you'll wince.
posted by asterix at 7:24 AM on November 29, 2009


Here's video of Lanning's ski crash at Lake Louise. Some jackass audio engineer has a parabolic mike, so you can hear him screaming.

You know how when you pass a traffic accident you always turn and look? I saw some meat once. I don't turn my head anymore.
posted by Nelson at 8:08 AM on November 29, 2009


I don't think he was (seriously) injured, but no thread like this is complete without;

"The agony of defeat..." (0:13)
posted by The Card Cheat at 8:27 AM on November 29, 2009


I don't know whether anyone outside the UK will be able to see this (the BBC being notably restrictive with where they show their videos), but anyway: Australian David Pocock has his thumb put back into place on the pitch after unsuccessfully trying to do it himself in yesterday's Wales v Australia rugby match.
posted by ZsigE at 8:51 AM on November 29, 2009




I stopped hating Alan Smith after this happened.
posted by Zambrano at 9:10 AM on November 29, 2009


#3 is back playing basketball! He was out for over a year, waived from the Clippers , played some D-league ball, I believe with the Tulsa 66'ers and has been playing for the Oklahoma City Thunder since last season. It's amazing to me that he even can walk normally much less play pro basketball again!
posted by Asbestos McPinto at 9:16 AM on November 29, 2009


I can watch a crash, even one I know caused severe injury, and not even wince. Because all you're seeing is a car come apart and, frankly, a fatal car wreck and one where the driver walked away don't always look very different.

Williamson's is a brief fireball and then another driver stopping and trying frantically to flip the car over to get him out while everything is very much on fire and struggling desperately to get the fire out and other drivers just keep going by and the marshals stand around uselessly. It's heartbreaking.
posted by ROU_Xenophobe at 9:58 AM on November 29, 2009 [1 favorite]


I saw the Williamson incident the day it happened. I think ABC's Wild Of World Of Sports tossed it into the mix (never ones to sit on some horrific footage, those guys). To my then 14 year old consciousness, it registered as horrifying, heartbreaking, gut-wrenching and who knows what else? Maybe I just finally had a grasp on what "tragedy" meant.
posted by philip-random at 11:15 AM on November 29, 2009


Oddly enough, the blood spurting from the hockey player's carotid artery bothered me not a whit, but those videos of knees bending in the opposite direction, or the lower leg flopping helplessly.....Eeeeeeeeeeew!!!
posted by Oriole Adams at 11:28 AM on November 29, 2009


This is a short clip about Francois Cevert's fatal accident at Watkins Glen, 1973.

Nothing terribly graphic to see; just a brief sequence of clips covering the death of French rising F1 star Francois Cevert during qualifying for the 1973 American Grand Prix, and the immediate effect the news had on those in the pitlane.

Two points of interest:

The accident occurred at the "Esses", which Cevert is seen discussing with Jackie Stewart (his teammate) at the beginning of the clip. Later on as the bad news spreads, the English guy with hat and the moustache is Colin Chapman, the main man at Lotus, which was not Cevert's team. The words gut-wrenching come up again.
posted by philip-random at 11:30 AM on November 29, 2009


I think the Detroit Lion everyone is thinking of is Mike Utley. His injury was one of the first spinal cord injuries I remember (being in the Michigan NFL market, I was watching the game). The standout gesture was his thumbs-up as he was being carted off the field. It was a very emotional moment for many Lions fans.

Utley later went on to form the Mike Utley Foundation, and they still use the "Thumbs-Up" as a logo/tagline for the cause.
posted by Exploding Gutbuster at 11:44 AM on November 29, 2009


Did they miss Janos Baranyai's weightlifting mishap?
posted by raygirvan at 12:34 PM on November 29, 2009


Ok, well... I watched all of them. One of them multiple times. I was surprised at some of the injuries caused without another person's weight/pressure adding in, but merely a bad landing. Ouch.
posted by Durn Bronzefist at 2:26 PM on November 29, 2009


Nathan Brown of the Richmond Tigers anyone?
posted by nudar at 2:45 PM on November 29, 2009


No mention of pro wrestler Sid busting the crap out of his leg on what was supposed to be a simple middle rope jump?

(Won't link to it, because that is one of those things that you can't un-see)
posted by cerulgalactus at 4:02 PM on November 29, 2009


No mention of pro wrestler Sid busting the crap out of his leg on what was supposed to be a simple middle rope jump?

Err yeah that's in the article. 3/5 Heismanns.
posted by xmutex at 4:42 PM on November 29, 2009


COOL!
posted by HTuttle at 5:10 PM on November 29, 2009


oh, come on, nobody with the Tony Saunders/Dave Dravecky pitcher breaking his own arm with nothing more than the force of pitching? I can't find this on YouTube but living in Tampa at the time you could watch it all day every day ow ow ow ow ow.
posted by toodleydoodley at 5:41 PM on November 29, 2009


There was some stupid oogle-the-cheerleaders thing on TV just now, where all these cheerleaders dressed up in skimpy football uniforms and 'played ball.'

Thanks to this thread, my first thought was "YOU ARE ALL WEARING INSUFFICIENT PROTECTIVE GEAR I MEAN C'MON THINK OF YOUR KNEES, WOMEN!"
posted by flibbertigibbet at 10:00 PM on November 29, 2009


When I played varsity soccer in highschool, a kid wrapped his lower leg around mine. I almost vomited, but only passed out. I came to as they carted him off the field on a stretcher, EMTs interviewed me for a minute before believing that it was just shock and letting me finish the game.

Wasn't there a more recent Buffalo player cut by a skate? Yup, Zednick...
posted by schyler523 at 10:17 PM on November 29, 2009


My dad, after several Rugby League concussions:

"Get up you lazy bastard! This isn't maryball!"

He's all heart.
posted by vbfg at 3:34 AM on November 30, 2009


Does this include Tiger Woods crashing his car after being chased by his golf-club-wielding wife?

But did she replace her divot?
posted by Danf at 9:38 AM on November 30, 2009


Don't forget German soccer pro Ewald Lienen's sliced up upper leg in 1981...
posted by Hairy Lobster at 1:01 PM on November 30, 2009


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