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*[http://meansonic.ytmnd.com/ Sonic gives Dogfighting Advice]
*[http://meansonic.ytmnd.com/ Sonic gives Dogfighting Advice]
*[http://dogfighting.ytmnd.com/ lol dogfighting]
*[http://dogfighting.ytmnd.com/ lol dogfighting]
*[http://thisisbarbaraa.ytmnd.com/ THIS IS BARBARIC!!!]
*[http://barbaric300.ytmnd.com// 300TMND: This. Is. Barbaric!!!]

Revision as of 05:50, July 30, 2007

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Original YTMND:
Byrd on Dogfighting
by Lemonei
July 20, 2007
Worthy Spinoffs:

The "Byrd"/"Barbaric" fad is based on a speech by Senator Robert Byrd on dog fighting, given in Congress after NFL star Michael Vick was indicted as part of a dogfighting operation. During Byrd's speech, he repeated the word "barbaric", to describe the act of "training these poor creatures to turn themselves into fighting machines." The fad started with a site created by Lemonei, which had a picture of Senator Byrd, audio from a section of his speech, and the text: "let that word resound."

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