Arizona football relies on Polynesian power

Full story: The Honolulu Advertiser

TUCSON, Ariz. - Quarterback Bryson Beirne lifted his left pant leg up to reveal an ornate piece of body art that flows from high thigh to low calf, his 'aumakua. It is an intricate interweaving of shark and lizard, an homage to his heritage and an outward display of the inner values that he and fellow Islander and defensive tackle Lolomana Mikaele ...

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Charles Gasper

Honolulu, HI

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Sep 9, 2009
 
What a Mistake! The picture you have of Lolomana Mikaele, that's not Mana.
City Slicker

Bloomville, NY

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Sep 9, 2009
 
Uggggh OK. I musta missed the boat to Honolula.

Which one of you dummies in Malone posted a fake picture of Lolomana Mikaele?

Fess up....NOW!!!!!!!

To Charles Gaspar of Honolulu,
Please send me some of your Maui Wowie. The Malone weed doesn't give me hallucinations.

TYVM ( Elvis Voice )
xdrunk

Lorton, VA

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Sep 9, 2009
 
would you add me to the mailing list.
TK U

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