Picture your life ten years ago. You probably remember seeing George W. Bush begin his second term as President of the United States, and you...
Tennis legend John Newcombe recalls a lot of George W. Bush's DWI for someone drunk enough to let W drive
Australian tennis legend John Newcombe certainly recalls a lot of George W. Bush's DWI for someone who had just competed in a serious drinking competition with the former prez. The incident occurred in 1976 near his family's Kennebunkport summer home in Maine, and followed a night's drinking with Wimbledon champion Newcombe, who was also in the car.Newcombe has kept quiet since on...
ARLINGTON, Texas - You know a ballplayer has had a special career when a former President shows up to one of your retirement ceremonies. That's just what happened to New York Yankees great Derek Jeter on Wednesday night when the Texas Rangers surprised him with an appearance by President George W. Bush. Bush came out to home plate to greet Jeter during the pregame ceremony and presented...
George W. Bush enjoys a good National Championship hoops game and he certainly enjoys a good fart. Sitting next to Bill Clinton at Jerry’s World in Dallas, Dubya couldn’t help but let one fly Monday night. And judging by that silly grin, he enjoyed every bit of it. Meanwhile, someone needs to wake up Clinton…and tell the attractive blonde in front to pipe down and watch...
Alabama kicker Cade Foster received a supportive note from President George W. Bush. Foster missed two field goal attempts and had a third blocked in the Crimson Tide's 34-28 loss to Auburn on Nov. 30. He posted a photo of the letter on his Twitter and Instagram accounts Wednesday. Bush wrote: ''Dear Cade ((hash)43), ''Life has its setbacks. I know! ''However you will be a...
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December 11, 2013 | Discuss
Former president George W. Bush sent Alabama kicker Cade Foster a handwritten letter. From one No. 43 to another.
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