The Worm (and former South Oak Cliff product and janitor at DFW Int'l Airport)

The Worm (and former South Oak Cliff product and janitor at DFW Int'l Airport) Dennis Rodman

* OK, Rodman is "odd?" And some may disagree with his "activities" and perceived politics. However, i don't personally agree with everyone's views who i place on my boards. However, i pin them because i do appreciate certain qualities and contributions. I'm not a "vegan- i eat flesh!" But, I'm placing vegans and those associated with such groups on my boards.** just needed to express myself.  "Peace and love" E.C.C.

Chicago Bulls - Dennis Rodman Photo

You can debate whether Jordan, Bird, Magic, LeBron, etc. is the G.O.A.T., but no one was more fun to watch than Rodman.

Hall of Fame portrait: Dennis Rodman

You can debate whether Jordan, Bird, Magic, LeBron, etc. is the G.O.A.T., but no one was more fun to watch than Rodman.

Dennis Rodman - Forward - Played for Detroit Pistons (1986-1993), Played for San Antonio Spurs (1993-1995), Played for Chicago Bulls (1995-1998), Played for Los Angeles Lakers (1999), and Played for Dallas Mavericks (2000).

Dennis Rodman - Forward - Played for Detroit Pistons Played for San Antonio Spurs Played for Chicago Bulls Played for Los Angeles Lakers and Played for Dallas Mavericks

CHICAGO, UNITED STATES: Dennis Rodman of the Chicago Bulls (C) talks to teammates Michael Jordan (L) and Scottie Pippen (L) 10 June during game four of the NBA Finals against the Utah Jazz at the United Center in Chicago, IL. Rodman hit four foul shots down the stretch to lead the Bulls as they beat the Jazz 86-82 to lead the best-of-seven series 3-1. AFP PHOTO/Jeff HAYNES (Photo credit should read JEFF HAYNES/AFP/Getty Images)

CHICAGO, UNITED STATES: Dennis Rodman of the Chicago Bulls (C) talks to teammates Michael Jordan (L) and Scottie Pippen (L) 10 June during game four of the NBA Finals against the Utah Jazz at the United Center in Chicago, IL. Rodman hit four foul shots do

23 Jump St.---such a kook but what a talented player

Excel: The Dennis Rodman Of Business Intelligence Tools. Excel does a lot of the dirty work and closes the gap where other technologies and apps fall short. But it doesn't get the respect it's due.

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