As of 2016, he is the host of the ABC game show The 0,000 Pyramid. The youngest of six children, he is the son of Louise (Traylor) Strahan, a basketball coach, and Gene Willie Strahan, a retired Army Major and a boxer with a 1–1 record against future heavyweight Ken Norton. Army, and when Michael was 9, the family moved to an army post - BFV (Benjamin Franklin Village) - in Mannheim, West Germany.
He is the nephew of retired professional football player Arthur Strahan. Although Strahan did not begin to play high school football at Westbury High School (Houston, Texas) until his senior year, he did play organized football while attending school at MAHS (Mannheim American High School) a US Department of Defense Dependent High School, in Käfertal (Mannheim), Germany, playing linebacker for the Mannheim Redskins in 1985.
Mid-inning benchings, backbiting in the press, and Jackson’s allegations of racism couldn’t derail the team’s march to a World Series victory that season.
Q: How does a Packer fan find a sheep in the vast rolling hills of Wisconsin? Q: What do you call a Packer fan with a sheep under his arm? Q: Why do the Green Bay Packers want to change their name to the Green Bay Tampons? Q: What's the difference between Green Bay Packers fans and mosquitoes? Did you hear that Lambeau Field had to be resodded? My wife was about to put my son in a Green Bay Packers jersey, but I reminded her it was a choking hazard.
A: "We can't beat Chicago." Q: How do you stop an Green Bay Packers fan from beating his wife? Q: What is th difference between a bucket of shit and an Green Bay Packers fan? Q: If you have a car containing a Packers wide receiver, a Packers linebacker, and a Packers defensive back, who is driving the car? A: One is a bottom-feeding, scum sucker, and the other is a fish. How did the Green Bay Packers fan die from drinking milk? A: You paint his dick Chicago Black and he won't beat it for years! A: Because Packers fans have started to make them up themselves.
The suggestive band name refers to the party mentality that runs rampant in the music business.
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