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Editor: Alan Atchison
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  1. The truth behind Rolling the POO POO Tree in aubie town!
    Spooky! And we thought the barnies rolling the Poo Poo Tree with toilet paper was just a mullet head tradition?…….. little did we know it is actually a ritual,
    In the 80’s something strange started happening on the plains, a victory celebration that suddenly changed from “Cow Tipping” to what was thought to be a strange but harmless gathering of Mullet Heads and Window-Lickers
    (Window-Licker n. > 1. outside looking in. > 2. a person or people outside wishing they were inside. 3. auburn university fans (see mullethead) wishing they were University Of Alabama Fans.)
    throwing “toilet papar” into a tree (The POO POO Tree) which is strange (funny and stupid) in its self, is in the middle of auburn?.
    After more and more MULKER’s ( short for mullet-head and window licker, pronounced “Mule-Licker”) have gotten drunk and talking in “Loose Tongue” it is now known that the barnies have gotten desperate and involved with not VOO DOO but DOO DOO magic!
    ( which is a generic version of Voo Doo , kinda like the Dumb an Dumber version of Voo Doo ), In order for the barnies to win difficult games like Miss St, etc… DOO DOO magic is taking place! The NCAA has no rules against such foolishness, so look for this to continue. A hidden camera has caught on tape a Mule-Licker preformimg DOO DOO magic … click on the link below.

    CLICK… The Needham Hex

  2. I’m a huge Alabama fan and alum. I don’t think it shows the type of class Ala fans should exhibit to publicly speak negatively about your competition. That said, Scarbinsky has gone WAY over the line. For years he has whined about basketball taking a back seat to football, yet this year after each huge UA basketball victory, his column about football –either something negative about UA and positive about Auburn or both.
    After the biggest week in memory for Alabama basket ball–we beat Kentucky at home and then Auburn in Auburn, not only did he not mention the biggest instate (ALA-AUB) basketball game, his column was about how Auburn “won” the FOOTBALL celebration.
    I am all for boycotting the Bham news, but you will never get anywhere just mentioning doing it. It needs to be orchestrated. The way to do it is to set a specific DATE –such as March 1 –for everyone to drop their subscription for that month or not buy a paper or for Companies that support UA to not buy advertising that month. That would have an impact in numbers and timing—-and you’re not missing much in the way of sports reporting for that month anyway.

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