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ESPNs CORSO offers an expletive, and an apology
ESPN college football analyst Lee Corso always ends the "College Gameday" show in outrageous fashion.
Duke Likes The Look Of This Football Saturday
It began with Lee Corso using a ten-dollar profanity on air and continued with the entire SEC East taking the day off against FCS opponents (and Kentucky. Sad face goes here.) College footballs Lost Weekend will most likely get worse before it ...
How many versions is there for Progetto Italiano 1 CORSO multimediale?
How many version of Nuevo Progetto Italiano 1 Corso multimediale there are?i can find only one on interet but i live i saw other version.So how many editions are there from Progetto Italiano 1 Corso Multimediale ?
Answer: I know only of one
Where can I find a Cane CORSO at a good price in Virginia?
I have been looking for a Cane Corso, for a lil while now. I know how much they cost, but im trying to find one for like $800 or less with papers lol. i know its hard to find but i have found a few but they are on the west coast........... and im on the east. But no matter im going to have to pay $400 or better to get it shipped. So im asking for help now if there is anyone with information where i might can find one on the east coast that might have one.
Answer: There's a breeder in Dayton, Ohio. That's not too far from you. Always go to check out the parents and housing conditions though. Some ppl will breed these poor dogs for the money and money alone. Keeping them caged all the time, even inbreeding which ultimately results in unhealthy pups. You can get a good price if you sign a spay/nurturer contract. *Also, try going to google or yahoo searches and punching in "Cane Corso breeders in Virginia" Also try Breeders.net
What age should my Cane CORSO be to get his ears cropped?
I have a male Cane Corso. I have read that their is an option to leave there ears natural or to crop them. But I have heard from other people that there ears should be cropped to avoid ear problems, and that their ears are very sensitive. I dont know how true that is. But I dont want him to have to do it if he doesnt need to. I am sure its pretty painful. But if he needs to when is the cut off age to get their ears cropped. Some one told me 3 to 4 months.
Answer: I have 2 Corsos at home (as well as 2 Dobes). ALL are cropped/docked, I'm sure that will make me unpopular with some people in this "group" but too bad, everyone is entitled to their own opinion. Corsos have a shorter crop than a lot of breeds (Dobes included) so the ears can be cropped at a later age than other breeds but I would not recommend past 6 months of age. It is definitely your choice whether to crop or not crop. If you don't feel strongly that you want a crop, I would not do it, it's easier to leave them natural and you'll probably have a better reaction from the general public for an uncropped Corso!! For the record Corsos are accepted into AKC's miscellaneous class ( as of July 1, 2008) with full AKC recognition in 2-3 years. If you want look at www.caneCorso.org there are LOTS of pics of Corsos both with cropped and natural ears. Hope this helps!!
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Boy, 4, Is Killed by Dog in Brooklyn Apartment
A 4-year-old boy was mauled to death by a family dog as he and his two brothers played in a bedroom of their apartment in Brooklyn, the authorities said on Saturday. The boy, Jayelin Graham, suffered multiple bite wounds on his head, his neck and other parts of his body, said a law enforcement official. The attack occurred about 9:20 p.m. - By AL BAKER and TIM STELLOH
SPECIAL REPORT: FASHION; From Light to Bright
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WATCH: Lee CORSO Awkwardly Asks Wheres That Little Kid? During ...
Lee Corso apparently did not realize the camera was live.
The Velvet Unknown, Now Emerging
A YOUNG man stands slouching on the stoop of a crumbling Lower East Side tenement. His back is turned, but he cocks his head toward the camera, his eyes hidden behind dark shades. Beside him, staring straight ahead, are three other young men who will soon become famous. Yet 46 years later the fourth is still a sphinx. Rock scholars might recognize - By BEN SISARIO
What are the biggest behavioral problem in Cane CORSO dogs?
To anyone who has ever owned or had experience with a Cane Corso (aka Italian Mastiff), what was the biggest behavioral problem you experienced with them? And what are the biggest challenges when owning one? Also, on a scale of one to ten, how destructive are they when left alone?
Answer: While some are quite mellow, gentle and sweet, they seem to be generally sharp in nature. They require extreme socialization; they're very protective and thus tend to be very wary of people, and don't always get along with other dogs. They're challenging and will try to out-think you. They require firm, consistent, patient, calm, benevolent leaders who know what the heck they're doing. I don't own one, so I will quote friends: - My last boy was a Cane (and the first mastiff I ever owned) and he totally hooked me on the breed. He was actually very mellow and had almost the same personality that Rosie, my French girl, does. I think the breed gets the 'tough dogs' rap mostly because they are underrepresented and the few that are out there make a point of saying how 'tough' the breed is. For my part, Gabe was a bit stubborn and independent as a youngster but, especially as he got older, he developed into a total marshmallow. He could be a bit standoffish with strangers, but mostly in the "I'm going to ignore you until you go away" mold. Not a mean bone in his body. - I know a Cane Corso who a GIANT pain in the butt sucky dog lol BUT no one would dare go in his house if the owners werent home. He will defend his property. This is a breed trait. He is a really lovely dog, muscle tone and his nature is very friendly when his owners are there. - My nephew has a beautiful brindle Cane Corso who will not warm up to strangers and is quite intimidating. Her temperment is the exact opposite of my Bella who doesn't know a stranger. - Capri would have a very high possibility of becoming "aggressive" is she was not trained properly. This is why I now fully understand and appreciate our breeders demand through cntract to put her through no less than 2 classes before we can gain her papers. Seeing how she started out actually scared me a bit. ... Carpi had food "aggression" ... I'd hate to know where it could have gone if it wasn't nipped in the butt so early. The she tried to seriously intimidate me with teeth and a snarl when the dish washer accidently bumped her in the butt while eating ... Before she used to growl at the site of the cat or if anyone came "too" close. After that barrier was torn down her growls to touch or petting have been the last thing were tackling. ... She is wonderful and very strong willed, which I love as it poses many positive traits in her, and an amazing dog but when I look at her bad days I can usually have myself to blame because every time I realize that days she gets her stubborn streaks are when I fail to be consistant and get "easy on her." I told my boyfriend the other day, after realizing this problem that I am sure that the only time we can become "easier" on her won't be until she is fully mature and fully accepts her place in our pack. I constantly remind myself of an article I read on the Cane Corso breed that reads, "One day of inconsistentcy with a Cane Corso will put you back five." I love the motto as I see it's truths now. ... After noticing the confidence this pup had at 9 weeks in controling everything is why I chose to work with her in these manners and they have worked out better than I could have imagined. Some dogs( regardless of breed) are just more stubborn than others and that's my girl. Yes, certain breeds are more inclined to these temprements but that dosen't mean that all of them will be stubborn. There are breeds that are known to be very docile but every now and then you will get a little spit fire. Some of the docile toy breeds have hellions simply due to how they are raised. When they're babied and put on throwns (like so many are) is no wonder they think they run things. - Not laid back, not mellow. They sound like the temperment of a pitbull in a Mastiff sized body. Keep in mind this is not necessarily a bad thing, we absolutely love our Pitt, they are still a very loving protective dog that will gaurd his family. *edited to add* Pits are not an agressive dog on their own. They are trained to be or not trained to be mellow. They are just FAR FAR higher energy animal than a mastiff. Ours is also FAR more inquisitive than our mastiff, he is always the first one checking out something new. They absolutely MUST have leadership and training to be a stable family animal though. Do ALOT of reading about the very best and the very worst case scenario for the Cane Corso, then hope you land somewhere in the middle. - Our 6 yr old Cane Corso has always been a fantastic dog...very loving and great with kids. However, he has always been very protective of my husband and more recently me. ... Since the birth of our daughter four months ago, he is not himself. He often appears on edge and nervous when she is crying or showing signs of excitement (especially when her arms and legs move fast). Three or four times he has "snapped at her"...never hurting her but snapped.
How often should I exercise my Cane CORSO?
I just wanted some small suggestions from people who might have the breed or be very familiar with the Cane Corsos. Yes, i have done a ton of research on them but i want to know from personal experience what people have found is a good amount/proper amount of exercise for them. Currently my Cane Corso is 4 months old but I want answers and suggestions any where from 4 months all the way through adulthood on an adequate amount of exercise. Thanks!
Answer: We have two Cane Corso's. One male and one female. They are 18 and 17 months old. We do everything the Cesar Millan way and have fantastic dogs. They are eager to please and are very happy, stable dogs because they know we are the "pack leader". Exercise is the most important thing with any dog so i am happy to know other Corso owners like you want whats best for these wonderful dogs. You need, at the very minimum, 30 minutes of controlled walking in the morning and in the evening. Our dogs love the treadmill in the winter when we don't want to walk them in the cold. The amount of exercise can also depend on how your puppy spends it day. Is your puppy free to run or is he in a crate. The best investment you can make for you and your puppy is to go to Cesar Millan's website and order some of his dvd's. These dogs are different than other dogs and need to be handle by a confident "pack leader". If not they will think they are in charge and then you will have big problems, especially if your dog isn't exercised enough. We have experience with Cane Corso's from puppy to mature adult's of 4 to 5 years and have also raised a Fila Brasileiro. Being the pack leader is number one on your list and adequate exercise is the second. Our Corso's are on the raw meat and bone diet also. Dry kibble or canned pet food doesn't come into our home. Our dogs have been eating raw for years and are so incredibly healthy that people comment on how beautiful their coat and teeth are. Lots of info on line about the raw diet. Shirley's Wellness Cafe was a big help to me when i started my dogs a raw. Good luck and enjoy that puppy!
What is the song in the new ESPN college football commercial with Desmond Howard and Lee CORSO?
The one they play when Howard is looking in the mirror, before he goes in and sees Corso playing dance dance reveloution.
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Lee CORSO Dropped an F-Bomb On GameDay | The Big Lead
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Waste not the odd bits when cooking
In Edmonton, chef Daniel Costa of Corso 32, says he and sous chef Ben Chalmers like to get creative with the discards. “We try to incorporate lots of things like liver and bones,” says Costa, “We never let anything go to waste.” Corso 32 ...
Cane CORSO Mastiff: Cane CORSO Mastiff Fatally Mauls Boy, But Dog Is Not To Blame
Whatever caused the Cane Corso Mastiff to assault is blurred but neighbors were not surprised. They explain the canid that belonged to the mother’s boyfriend, Damian Jones was drilled to kill. Jones had bragged regarding that fact some times. Cane Corso ...
Is it true that somebody spied on Lee CORSO and released a tape of him nude?
First Erin Andrews, now Lee Corso. There are some sick people out there!
Answer: I'll buy it if he is wearing a Sooner Schooner hat!
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Where can I find a full breed Cane CORSO at a good price?
It doesnt need to be a show dog, or even a breeding dog. Just a full Cane Corso and a reasonable price. Im looking for $800.00 or less.
Answer: hope you've done your research on this breed. they are not for the unexperienced owner.
Cane CORSO Association of America - AKC Parent Club of the Cane CORSO
AKC Parent Breed Club for the Cane Corso. The CCAA is Dedicated to Preserving the Working Ability, Soundness, and Intelligence of the Cane Corso in its Purest Form.
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Gregory CORSO- Poets.org - Poetry, Poems, Bios & More
Gregory Nunzio Corso was born in New York's Greenwich Village on March 26, 1930, to teenage Italian parents. A year later, his mother moved back to Italy.
CORSO picks Cougars with F-bomb, then apologizes
Lee Corso, the ESPN analyst whose headgear predictions are the weekly highlight of ESPN’s College GameDay, spiced up his appearance Saturday at the University of Houston with an unscripted F-bomb, followed a few minutes later by an on-air apology. Corso ...
Gregory CORSO - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gregory Nunzio Corso (March 26, 1930 – January 17, 2001) was an American poet, youngest of the inner circle of Beat Generation writers (with Jack Kerouac, Allen ...
Cane CORSO Association of America - AKC Parent Club of the Cane ...
AKC Parent Breed Club for the Cane Corso. The CCAA is Dedicated to Preserving the Working Ability, Soundness, and Intelligence of the Cane Corso in its ...
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Meyer to coach Ohio State? Hes not saying. ESPNs CORSO sorry for saying bad word on air
Urban Meyer is keeping quiet. Lee Corso is wishing he had, too. Urban Meyer is declining comment on the swirling speculation that hell be Ohio States next coach. Former Buckeye Chris Spielman is well aware of the building speculation that Meyer will end ...
How old must my Cane CORSO be before I can start taking him for walks?
I read that my Corso must be 8 months before I should take him for walks without hurting his hips. Is this true? Please answer only if you have any experience with Corsos as I dont want to hurt him.
my Corso is a 12 week old baby to our family and I am trying to socialize him as much as possiable, I want a good dog not an agressive one :)
Answer: take him out as soon as safe after injections. the sooner the better, get him used to other dogs, traffic, people. they do grow quite big, i have 2 neapolitan masstiffs which are very similar to cane Corso,s
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Ira Cohen made phantasmagorical films that became cult classics. He developed a way of taking photographs in mesmerizing, twisting colors, including a famous one of Jimi Hendrix. He published works by authors like William Burroughs and the poet Gregory Corso. He wrote thousands of poems himself. He wrote The Hashish Cookbook under the name - By DOUGLAS MARTIN
VIDEO: Lee CORSO Curses On College GameDay, Everything Is ...
VIDEO: Lee Corso Curses On College GameDay, Everything Is Wonderful.
Lee CORSO Asks "Wheres That Little Kid" As ESPN Gameday Cuts To ...
Either Lee Corso is a comedic genius, or this is one of the more unfortunately timed hot mic gaffes in some time.
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how do i start my cane CORSO to start catching pigs?
im getting a cane Corso in a few weeks and would like a little imput on how to start etting him to catch. my brother has about 5 bay dogs. catahoulas and black mouth. i have a idea on how to go about it but would like more imput. if u are going to tell me junk about O its so mean to do that.... dont care u eat prok and so do i!
Answer: PORK,ferkrissake. When the beast is mature...& TRAINED in basic obedience....start taking it out. TA-DAH. You can't sit it down & make it watch videos....exposure & experienced will improve it's innate drives. IF it has them,of course.
ESPN Analyst Lee CORSO Drops F Bomb Live on Air | TMZ.com
ESPN college football analyst Lee Corso got a little excited this morning when picking the winner of the SMU/Houston game today ... and screamed out…
Lee CORSO uses expletive on ESPNs College GameDay
Lee Corso blurted out an expletive starting with the letter "F" during the final segment of ESPNs College Game Day late Saturday morning. - USATODAY.com
For Houstons Case Keenum, Senior Day has been six years in the making
Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit and crazy Lee Corso will set up shop this weekend down on Cullen Circle, where no ESPN College GameDay crew has gone before. News of the visit to the Houston campus was received as if Hakeem Olajuwon were coming ...
Can someone find me the list on whats good to feed my cane CORSO?
I have a cane Corso he is on raw diet I wonder if mashed patatos is good for him and what other foods are good for him.
Answer: Buy "Dr Pitcarin's Guide to Natural Healthcare For your Dog and Cat" There are plenty of recipies in there with tables on how to feed according to weight as well as what foods to feed/avoid. Good Luck
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Gobble Law Office of CORSO & Rhude Giving Away Thanksgiving Turkeys
From Nov. 1 through Nov. 22, the Peoria law firm will give away a turkey per day to Arizona residents who first “like”, then post a comment on the company’s Facebook page, located at facebook.com/Corsorhude. Arizona residents are eligible to enter ...
Philip J. CORSO - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Philip J. Corso (May 22, 1915 – July 16, 1998) was an American Army officer. He served in the United States Army from February 23, 1942, to March 1, 1963, ...
Cane CORSO - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Cane Corso is an Italian breed of dog, for years valued highly in Italy as a companion, guardian and hunter. The Cane Corso is a large Italian Molosser. It is ...
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IF Italy were a dartboard, the city of Perugia would most likely be its bulls-eye. Equidistant from Florence and Rome in the bucolic, central Italian region of Umbria, Perugia is an enchanting hilltop city with a compact historic center that is a rambling maze of medieval streets. Although many associate Perugia with the controversial murder trial - By INGRID K. WILLIAMS
Cane CORSO: SPCA open house Saturday May 14
Latest News: Branch Williams Lake and District BC SPCA invites the public to animal fun day on the theme of Saturday, May 14 The event takes place 10:00 to 3:00 p.m. in the Williams Lake SPCA, 709 Bond Lake Road, and Williams Lake. In addition to showing ...
Is it necessary to cut the ears of a cane CORSO?
Im getting a cane Corso in a day or two, and Ive been hearing from people that you DO have to cut it and others say its just a choice. I like it when it hangs because it looks less scary lol.. but are there negatives if I live them down, or is it necessary to cut them.
Answer: No. Unlike tail docking or dewclaw removal, which can prevent painful and potentially costly injuries that may result in amputation later in life, ear cropping is purely cosmetic. It was originally done in fighting dogs, guard dogs, and some hunting breeds so that the dog's opponent couldn't grab an ear and cause a painful, bloody injury. Before the discovery of antibiotics, such an injury could get severely infected and potentially even eventually turn septic and prove fatal. But with the discovery of antibiotics, even if a dog is working in such a way that an ear injury is possible it is no longer potentially life-threatening. There are no negatives to not cropping. Some people believe that floppy ears are more prone to ear infections and that cropping reduces the incidence of ear infections. But I can assure you as a vet assistant I see plenty of dogs with upright or cropped ears that still get frequent, recurring ear infections. And I have seen some floppy-eared dogs that have never had a single ear infection. If you get into the habit of cleaning your dog's ears on a weekly basis, it isn't generally an issue regardless of what kind of ears your dog has.
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Lee CORSO Curse: ESPN College Gameday Announcer Drops ...
HOUSTON — ESPN college football analyst Lee Corso always ends the "College Gameday" show in outrageous fashion. On Saturday, he accidentally added a profanity.
WATCH: Lee CORSO Awkwardly Asks Wheres That Little Kid? During Penn State Huddle
Just prior to todays Penn State football game, ESPNs "College Gameday" show was returning from commercial break. As the camera zooms in on a large huddle of Penn State football players, Lee Corso can be heard asking "Wheres that little kid?" We are ...
Lee CORSO Says F-Word On ESPN College Gameday | The Smoking ...
ESPN analyst Lee Corso drops an F-bomb on Saturday, November 19th edition of College Gameday.
The Day After Roswell: A Former Pentagon Official Reveals the U.S ...
Col. Corso tells that there were five extraterrestrials, 4-1/2 feet tall with greyish-brown skin, four-fingered hands and oversized hairless heads, found at the ...
Lee CORSO - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Leland "Lee" Corso (born August 7, 1935) is a sports broadcaster and football analyst for ESPN. He has been featured on ESPN's College GameDay program ...
ESPN at UH: Keenum lags in Heisman poll
In a poll of the show’s six Heisman Trophy voters – Chris Fowler, Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit, Desmond Howard, David Pollack and Erin Andrews – Keenum is a distant fourth place with two points, which reflects third-place votes from Fowler and Corso.
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Trattoria Corso is the new restaurant from Wendy Brucker and Roscoe Skipper of Rivoli Restaurant. Corso is a casual trattoria featuring the simple rustic food of ...
Landmark Manly retail building sold
Located at 6 The Corso, Manly, the landmark property was purchased by the International College of Management Sydney (ICMS) in conjunction with the rear-adjoining property 50 East Esplanade. The buildings current main retail tenant is Harrisons Pharmacy.
What is the differeence between the American and the Italian Cane CORSO?
I have heard there are two different types of Cane Corso. The American Breed and the Italian Breed. So I just want to know the differences, if there are any. Also I am going to get a male. Are males or females better?
Answer: There is a slight difference. The Italian lines tend to be smaller and have more of a boxer type face. The American lines tend to be bigger with more pitbull looking faces. Some breeders cross the American lines with the Italian lines to get the best of both. I wouldn't say one is better than the other, it just depends what you are after.They all share the same lineage and hale from Italy but the Americans have bred for bigger stock. Just buy from a breeder who health checks their dogs because Corso's are very prone to hip and joint problems. Epilepsy is also common in some lines so do your research. Corsos are wonderful and very even tempered dogs. They are not as dog aggressive or prey driven a some other breeds like pitbulls and dogos. They wont go out looking for a fight but typically they wont back down if another dog initiates a scrap. My Corsos accept anyone that I accept. They are extremely friendly and social dogs and this is very typical. But if they sense I am uncomfortable or don't like some one then watch out. They seem to instinctively know when to be protective but would never actually bite unless absolutely necessary. They are exellent with children when raised with them. The only issue is their size and they can easily knock a chld ove unintentially. My dogs are extremely gentle with my two toddlers. That said, no dog should be left unsupervised with a child. I also until recently had a 7 pound malti-poo and my Corsos got along great with him. Never any aggression shown. They need a firm hand and lots of socialization but are easier to handle than other dogs of their stature. Males tend to be more dominant in nature. If you haven't had a dominant breed before I would suggest a female. But males if neutered can be just as good a pet.
Why is the cane CORSO a dangerous dog breed?
Why do people think that they are a dangerous dog breed. I can say it isnt because of their large size because look at the st. brenard and the bull mastiff they both are nice dogs. but y do people label the cane Corso as a mean and dangerous dog?
Answer: for the same reasons ppl misunderstand the APBT or Rotties, or Dobies. ignorance, myth and down right lies. a cane Corso "scares" some ppl because it has a "bully like" appearance. and right now APBT (pit bull type dogs) are the biggest "boogie man" kind of dog right now w/all the BS about them spreading like wildfire. ANY dog that has a "bully breed" appearance is feared. it's ridiculous. **side note: ummm wasn't Cujo a St. Bernard? LOL** EDIT: ;) - ahh here you are and WRONG like always. those dogs were NOT Cane Corsos they were presa canarios. research before you run your mouth. and those dogs were trained to BE that way by the idiots that owned them. http://www.courttv.com/trials/dogmaul/010204_ap.html
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Lee CORSO Drops “F Bomb” On ESPN at Pat Dollard
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I had an English Mastiff in the past and was thinking of getting a Cane CORSO. Any comments on that breed?
I have dominant breed training experience from my English Mastiff, but I realize the Cane Corso is a bit different. Can anyone share some experiences with this breed? Pros/cons? I have a 2 yr old who is around 2 large goldens and has learned to respect them. Besides the obvious small child advice, does anyone have some insight on this breed?
Answer: Compared to the Cane Corso, the English Mastiff is a pile of jelly. (Ironically, I'd say that's what my English Mastiff resembles at the moment, sleeping as he is.) They aren't just "a bit different." In fact, Corso and EM owners I know describe them as being opposites. ("Polar opposites," to be specific.) Unlike the EM, Corsos aren't at all laid-back and mellow. They have high prey drives, an insanely exaggerated instinct to protect and way more energy. As such, they require a whole lot more exercise and mental stimulation. They require a firm leader.. I mean an unwavering, absolute, firm, benevolent, experienced leader. Not to make them sound like bad dogs, they're perfectly lovely. Yanno. In the right families. With an excellent lineage and as-close-to-perfect raising, socialization and training as possible, they're cuddlebugs within the family. And, every breed has its exceptions. Here's Garden, my favorite cat-lovin', gentle Cane Corso: http://www.mastiffonlinecommunity.net/viewtopic.php?t=10199&highlight= These might be helpful: http://www.caneCorsoinfo.org/temperment.htm http://chargingrhinocaneCorso.com/Ownership.htm http://www.castleguardcaneCorso.com/CorsoInfo/TempTrain.html http://www.montanacaneCorso.com/Info.html http://www.amorecaneCorsos.com/Corsi.html http://www.yourpurebredpuppy.com/reviews/caneCorsos.html
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THE EUROPE ISSUE: MILAN; A City to Love, In Spite of Itself
FOR the first 10 years of our relationship, Milan and I were constantly at odds with each other. For my part, the list of gripes included the citys notorious weather -- alternately simmering hot or cold as a dungeon and, since much of the city is constructed over filled-in canals, perennially humid; the dearth of contemporary cultural attractions; - By GUY TREBAY
"Ah, Fuck It": Lee CORSO Strikes Again
So, first it was Lee Corso asking about the whereabouts of "that little kid" while ESPN cameras zoomed in on the Penn State huddle. Today, he kicked it up a notch with a wonderful F-bomb.
CORSO says LSU; Scarbo says Alabama
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - Lee Corso pulled a fast one. He cued up "Sweet Home Alabama." He got the crowd to chant, "Roll Tide." He invoked the names of Bear Bryant and Nick Saban. And then the ESPN College GameDay gadfly put on the mascot head of ...
The Grilled Cheesus Toasts the Face of Jesus on Your Sandwich
Its a kitchen device sent from heaven via young Brooklyn couple Rob Corso and Meg Sheehan, who are trying to raise $25,000 on Kickstarter to get the product into homes so that people can pray to the Big Guy before biting off his head. From the press ...
Lee CORSO says "ah, fuck it" on ESPN College Gameday - YouTube
5 hours ago ... Lee Corso says "ah, fuck it" on ESPN's College Gameday. Kirk Herbstreit and Carl Lewis are shocked.
Lee CORSO Dropped An 'F-Bomb' On ESPN's College Gameday
Everybody loves Lee Corso - except his ESPN producers right now. When it came time for the affable, 76-year-old to select his winner in Saturday's SMU-Houston college football game, Corso grabbed an SMU megaphone ...
How to crop the ears of a cane CORSO?
the ears of a Cane Corso seem more pushed back then the regular croping of other dogs ears.
Is there any difference on how it is done to get this effect ? (pushed back Cane Corso style)
Answer: They are cropped shorter. If you have one, and are cropping his ears, your vet will know how to do it. Make sure the vet uses pain meds (lots of vets don't and they should). He will need them during recovery too. I have a Cane Corso and his ears were already cropped when I got him.
ESPN Issues New Rules for Announcers
ESPN announced a set of endorsement guidelines for its on-air announcers Wednesday that would have probably prohibited a deal made this year between Erin Andrews, one of its best-known reporters, and Reebok, and another one between Scott Van Pelt and Titleist. The Andrews-Reebok deal, which ESPN approved, would presumably violate a guideline - By RICHARD SANDOMIR
ESPN Posts Announcers Deals Online
Five days after announcing new endorsement guidelines for its on-air announcers, ESPN posted all of its announcers deals online Monday. The dominant company, by far, was Nike. Other well-known sports apparel and equipment companies like Adidas, Under Armour and Wilson had far fewer endorsement contracts with ESPN announcers. Perhaps the best-known - By RICHARD SANDOMIR
East Officially Two-Horse Race
As that blow-hard Lee Corso would say: "Not so fast, my friend." The Eagles now sit at 3-6 with two straight losses and the Dallas Cowboys are 5-4 with two straight wins, one game behind the New York Giants at 6-3. The Eagles would have to basically win ...