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  • proper n. An American outlaw
  • proper n. Someone who often bluffs
  • proper n. A four and a five as starting cards in Texas hold 'em


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  • THE name Jesse James evokes an unambiguous image in the American psyche: a dashing pistol-packing outlaw in a class of his own.

    Shadow of the Sentinel

  • Yet it continued to be used throughout the show and used in the final title Jesse James and the Midgets of a viral video produced by the cast members.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • LAMB: What impact did the name Jesse James have on Junior?

    Frank and Jesse James: The Story Behind the Legend

  • As in, seven months from now, when people will have undoubtedly gone back to associating the name Jesse James with a character from the wild West.


  • Also, he never used the name Jesse James around them.


  • Jesse James aka the Sassy bitch in Los Angeles said...

    sew good...

  • However, her estranged husband did star in a reality show on Spike called Jesse James Is a Dead Man

    E! Online (US) - Top Stories

  • People that the Jesse James is a Dead Man and former

    Reality TV World: Reality TV News

  • "Vanilla Gorilla" aka Jesse James has been offered a lucrative deal to pose completely naked/nude for

  • "We don't want to celebrate here on the field out of respect to Boca," said Banfield player James Rodriguez, an 18-year-old Colombian known as Jesse James for his sharp shooting.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed


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