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Anyone notice during Smackdown!, when the camera panned down to the photos that Angle had thrown to the ground as he went off to chase after Edge?

If you have it on tape, check out the one that's marked "P.S. I HAVE NO TESTICLES" ... One of the other photos fell on top of it in such a way that part of the "P" was obscured so that it looked like the letter "I". That way, even though the "S" and "I" from the original message was covered up, it STILL managed to spell out "I HAVE NO TESTICLES".

I don't know why, but that just struck me as a very "lucky" coincidence for the camera man ... I mean, Angle was just throwing those photos on the ground at random. They could have easily all fell down picture-side up, or with all of the words covered up ... instead, the production crew was left with a nice obscene message to display for the audience watching at home and in the arena.

Just a stupid little observation that made me ponder that nature of chance and coincidence in our universe ...

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    The Helmsley one is pretty damn funny. "Your push will be over soon... you know that." That's GOTTA be a joke, but you NEVER know.
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