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America's Top Five All-Time Worst Choices

Oct 3, 2012

by Robert J. Valentine

eTRUESPORTS EXCLUSIVE

Dear fans,

Showing another side to Bobby! These are my personal favs; I'm very proud of myself for my sense of humor. Enjoy! 

5. Trusting Bernie Madoff

4. Teaching Brett Favre to text

3. Dating Tiger Woods

2. Choosing Dr. Conrad Murray as your primary care physician

1. Hiring me

 (Valentine, the former Director of Public Safety and Health for the city of Stamford, CT, is currently the former manager of the Boston Red Sox professional baseball club; he is considering a career in professional comedy.)

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