Page 2 ready to issue its own gag orders
As the arraignment for Roger Clemens begins Monday, the respective parties will appear in court under a gag order. Although gag orders serve purposes far superior than just keeping annoying people quiet, it's still a very coveted power to possess.
We, at Page 2, would like to issue these gag orders:
Rob Dibble. "There must be a sale tomorrow going on," said Dibble as he pointed to two women talking in the stands at a Nationals game. "Their husbands ...
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