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Karl Malone is the man

Karl Malone went to Mississippi with his crew to help clean up. He had some problems:

“I wasn’t going to just write a check, and I didn’t want to go to New Orleans where all the celebrities were going (to grandstand). I wanted to go where no one was, and that’s why we went to Pascagoula.

“We took six million dollars of equipment and most of the guys from my company (Malone Properties). But when we got there, they (federal officials) told us that because we wanted to work for free, we had to go home. That we needed a government ID number or a contract to haul out debris.

“I said to them, ‘bullsh–‘, we took 30 pieces of equipment and traveled nine hours and we’re going to clean up some lots before we leave. So I told them ‘I’m getting on my truck, now try to get me off.’ I had my security guys there and they tried to stop us but they couldn’t – and we cleared 115 houses.

Helluva basketball player too.

7 Responses to “Karl Malone is the man”

  1. John Anderson Says:

    Rules and regulations and [probably] good intentions leading you-know-where…

  2. DADvocate Says:

    Now that’s a class act. No whining about racism, or whatever just get down to business and help without expecting cameras and sound clips.

  3. cube Says:

    My high school played against his old school. I saw his illegitamate daugther play also (when the girl is 6 feet tall in 9th grade, she was kinda easy to stop.).

    Also i remember waiting in line to get his sig when he was traveling around in his truck of his. I wonder if i still have it.

  4. cube Says:

    spot, i mean

  5. power5483 Says:

    Yes, thank you for the good news. Karl Malone is a class act. Too bad your commenters lack class.

  6. ben Says:

    I recall being in a gun store here in Seattle a few months back and there were a bunch of granola looking young adults (2 black and 2 white, for what it’s worth) interested in buying an AK-47 type semi auto rifle. They obviously didn’t know anything about guns and I kinda got the feeling they were there with some alterior motive.

    Anyway, they asked the guy working the counter about the NRA and if they respected “diversity” or something to that effect. I piped up that Malone was a well known member (should have mentioned Watts instead) and they responded something about how he was a Mormon and a wife beater. I was kinda stunned and didn’t know how to respond. I guess if you’re an oreo you aren’t black anymore or something, at least that was the cut of their jib that I got. Kinda strange.

  7. Captain Holly Says:

    Karl Malone is Mormon? I sure missed that one. I wonder if he knows it. I mean, it’s kinda hard to miss; there are no proxy baptisms for the living.

    Sounds like they spent too much time in Da Publik Skools.