Link Buffet: November 13, 2008

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  1. Fan of CE said

    November 13, 2008 @ 11:37 pm

    wow Turell will rock the eating world with WLOCE . Why to go !!!!!

  2. beautifulbrian said (Registered November 22, 2005)

    November 14, 2008 @ 1:55 am

    I was very upset to learn that Isabelle joined Boone’s league. I emailed her on several occasions trying to convince her to go with ifoce and i believe she attempted to make contact with the organization but did not get a response. More than likely Boone stuck his two cents into the matter and convinced her to join up with him. He must have given her his best salespitch filling her head with nothing but negative energy. If he tries to make any sexual advances towards her , i hope she slams his head into a bowl of mayonaise or a hot kettle of baked beans. I wish her success but she is still unproven commodity with only a 48oz steak challenge under her belt. It is quite obvious that she made the wrong choice

  3. Rhonda Evans said

    November 14, 2008 @ 8:30 am

    Hi BB! I’m not convinced Isabelle made the wrong choice. Why compete in a league where there are already females better than you are? With the WLOCE, she is likely to be one of the top two female eaters, if not the best.

    By the way Brian, I hope you’re back on line soon. There’s a big void out there without!

  4. Stevie Adnor said (Registered October 31, 2008)

    November 14, 2008 @ 9:08 am

    Smart choice for the IFOCE.

    Mainstream America (whoever they are:) has a tough enough time embracing CE as a legitimate sport without adding something so many more people regard as weird or gross. I personally can appreciate female bodybuilding for what it is, but I think it’s wise not to add anything that adds too much of a freak show element to a sport that at times comes across as semi-comedy already.

    Besides, what would be the real interest to seeing a woman who could lift Juliet and Sonya in each hand get badly beaten at the table by both of them? From a spectator point of view, it would be almost as unimpressive as someone like the 400 pound guy or that other muscle guy beating either one of them. Maybe eaters would be impressed, but an uninformed viewer like myself probably wouldn’t be that interested.

    But then, what do I know?

  5. I said

    November 14, 2008 @ 9:39 am

    And people should believe Boone because……

  6. So Sorry So Sad said

    November 14, 2008 @ 9:40 am

    BB needs to stop any more remarks . Before he gets hit with a paper draging his ass to court .
    He has already been filed for doing a song in pubic . Beware from making any more remakes .

  7. anonymous said

    November 14, 2008 @ 11:08 am

    Boone who’s your attorney ? Mr Haney from Green Acres? Make sure he brings a genyouine affidavid. I damn near spelled dat wrong now did i?

  8. Levy & Cohen Esq said

    November 14, 2008 @ 11:34 am

    I am a big fan of the cd “stick to blogging” and Mr Boone is correct in his assumption that several of the songs from the cd are remakes of instrumentals from established recording artists. However he is incorrect in his assumption that the song “Black & White” is a remake . I spent months trying to correlate that particular tune with past or present tunes from recording artists and came up with very little. The lyrics and instrumentals appear to be original. If Mr Boone would like to up my retainer fee to lets say another $10 grand , then maybe i can do some more research on the matter. . I believe that Mr Boone has a strong enough case to bring this matter before a judge claiming that he should have been the vocalist on “Black & White” and not BB or Johnny Cash.

  9. anonymous said

    November 14, 2008 @ 11:43 am Is this what he’s bitchin about?

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