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Still, what was remarkable about Steinbrenner's opening popoff — before the season he had displayed considerable chippiness, particularly about the rivalry with the upstart Red Sox — is that it was so ill-considered, ill-timed and, quite possibly, completely wrongheaded.
Online: For more of pop music critic George Varga's Grammy weekend coverage, visit Varga's blog at: uniontrib. com/popoff
Fast-Lane Kiffin needs to be more like his daddy and less like popoff Joan Rivers.
Seeing that waterbottle made me think of the turbo popoff valve that used to sit behind the driver in a CART champcar, looked.