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the co-owner of the rhythm has mental issues.

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Boy is that an understatement!

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette even did a piece on this one . . . you guys are going National down there ;)

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette even did a piece on this one . . . you guys are going National down there ;)

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yeah i know, too bad it's not cause we've done something good haha. she finally issued an "apology" even though it said that she still would have fired the coach. i wish this nut would leave nashville and go somewhere else.

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Nashville's soap opera provides comic relief

Friday, February 04, 2005

By Shelly Anderson, PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE

. . . Thank goodness for the juicy little basketball story emanating from Nashville. It's a Grand Ole Soap Opry.

The part that made national news was when Ashley McElhiney, a female coach for the Nashville Rhythm of the men's American Basketball Association, was confronted and fired by the female tri-owner of the team, a platinum pop star wannabe named Sally Anthony -- platinum describing her hair, not her CD sales . . . :rofl:

That was just a tidbit of the article.

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Nashville's soap opera provides comic relief

a platinum pop star wannabe named Sally Anthony -- platinum describing her hair, not her CD sales . . . :rofl:

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:rofl: shelly anderson hit it perfectly with that.

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