KNICKS N' LACERATIONS -- New York Celebrities Appear In Ads To Congratulate The New 1999 NBA World Champions!
Congratulations, oh my god this is such an honor, you guys finally did it I'm so proud of you hugs and kisses to all, please call, I want to talk to you about Latrell Sprewell's gym membership, now does he have to change his socks alot because I got athletes foot at one of the best health clubs in New York City that I belong to.
I can't believe this, it finally happened, oh...so many words...I guess it would have to go back to a time when I wanted to kill the New York Knicks. You know, so many times watching them during takes with Bobby and Leo and my editor Shoonie, we would find ourselves caroozing over an egg-cream in front of the monitor, and the Knicks I swear...heh-heh-heh...well it takes me back to another story at another time, but any whoos...congratulations.
Patrick. Patrick? I can't believe it. Please tell me it really happened. Please baby please baby baby please tell me that we just beat the Twin Towers. Yes.
I CAN'T BELIEVE IT. THIS IS INCREDIBULLLLLLLL. NO I'M NOT YELLING, I'M JUST TALKING VERY QUIETLY BUT WITH EXCLAMATION! LIKE CHARLIE WARD SWOOPING PAST AVERY JOHNSON. VINNY DEL NEGRO JUST STANDING THERE!!! IT WAS INCREDIBLE!!!
The Beastie Boys
Yo yo yo Knicks won the ring! So is Mike D's brother really Screech from Saved by the Bell? Nobody can give me a simple straight answer.
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