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Huskie History II
Leshon Johnson profile. Early mention of his having pit bulls. Creepy since Leshon got busted for dogfighting.

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10-01-2010 09:57 AM
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Taming his first pit bull, Did-he-bite-cha?, was something else entirely. "If Did-he-bite-cha? saw another dog, he'd run straight at it and lock on," Johnson says. "When you started to hear bones popping, you knew the other dog's time was getting short."

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10-01-2010 10:20 AM
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dang funny closing line comparing bulls to linebackers.
10-01-2010 03:08 PM
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