Thursday, February 14, 2008

Debbie Clemens

Here's what I'm learning from these congressional hearings about steroids in baseball.
4. Our congress doesn't give a crap about the high unemployment rate, our economy in the toilet, our soldiers overseas in a war in Afghanistan or Iraq.
3. Our congress is spending hundreds of thousands of dollars per session to find out whether Roger Clemens or his trainer is lying.
2. Roger Clemens is not very smart.
1. I think Roger Clemens wife is really hot.

I mean superhot. Debbie Clemens, if you read this, please consider leaving Roger and coming to live with me. He sold you out by saying that you'd done HGH in preparation for your sexy pictures in Sports Illustrated... dump him and come live with me, we'll spend his millions together.

The thing I like best about Debbie Clemens is that she not only looks good, and is a MILF, she does good things around town. (There are a lot of pics that show how hot she is, btw).
From her website.
1992
Debbie and Roger Clemens form The Roger Clemens Foundation in order to ensure that funds raised through golf tournaments, silent auctions and other events would be properly distributed to the charities and organizations that the Clemens’ have committed to support.
Organized and arranged The First Annual Roger Clemens – Doug Drabek National Celebrity Golf Tournament and Gala benefiting The Limb Bank, The Wheel Chair Program, The Sunshine Kids, Homeless Youth – Transitional Living Program, Youth Counseling Program and The Straight Way Program.
Organized and arranged The First Annual Roger Clemens Baseball Camp benefiting Cystic Fibrosis.

1987 through 1991
Debbie and Roger Clemens hosted the First annual Roger Clemens Celebrity Golf Tournament benefiting Montgomery County Youth Services in 1987. For the next four years, they continued the tradition with Debbie organizing and arranging the tournament as it grew into a nationally recognized tournament.

Related Experience
In addition to Debbie’s commitment to The Roger Clemens Foundation, Debbie is a busy mom, an avid golfer, and of course, an Astros fan! She continues to be most proud of her achievements in 1986, 1988, 1994 & 1996 – her four sons, Koby, Kory, Kacy & Kody.

2003
Appeared in Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue along with her husband, Roger.
Was instrumental in organizing live auction prizes for the St. Francis Episcopal Day School fund raiser.
Member of the Board of Directors of the Spring Branch Education Foundation
Participated in numerous charity golf tournaments representing the Roger Clemens Foundation.
Arranged for the donations of sports memorabilia to various community charities and schools for use in fund raising activities.
Designed the first ornament, Rocket Rocks, by Christopher Radko to mark the 300Win/4,000K milestone reached by Roger. Proceeds from the ornament are donated to the Roger Clemens Foundation for children’s charities.
Launched her website: www.debbieclemens.com with the intentions of helping women achieve their goals of balance in family, fitness, fashion and fun.

2002
Co-chairperson of “Playing with the Masters” at Carnegie Hall benefiting the KIPP Academy and showcasing the KIPP String & Rhythm Orchestra. The KIPP (Knowledge is Power Program) Academy is a college preparatory public middle school that begins working proactively with its students as they enter the fifth grade. KIPP’s mission is to prepare students with the academic and character skills that are necessary for success in high school, college and the competitive world beyond.
Arranged for the donation of sports memorabilia to various community charities and schools for use in fund raising activities.
Member of the Board of Directors of the Spring Branch Education Foundation
Recipient of 2002 Ebel ‘Woman of Achievement’ Award.

2001
Coordinated contributions of memorabilia to the Baseball for America Auction hosted online by Sotheby’s benefiting the Twin Towers Fund
Arranged the Foundation’s sponsorship of a cow for CowParade Houston 2001. “RocketMan Cow” was designed as a NY Yankee cow, complete with pinstripes, and was autographed by the entire World Series Yankee team. “RocketMan Cow” was chosen to be a lead cow in the on line auction, the result of which ultimately raised $1.1 million benefiting Texas Children’s Hospital and the Texas Children’s Cancer Center.

1999
Hosted Morton’s Legendary Evening honoring Roger Clemens and benefiting the Spring Branch Education Foundation, Paws with a Cause, The DePelchin Children’s Center, Harris County Sheriff’s D.A.R.E. Program, and Houston Hospice.

In my search by the way I found another Debbie Clemens, who is a Registered Dental Hygienist (RDH) licensed in both Texas and Michigan. She joined Dr. Liz's staff in February 2006 when Joan, Dr. Liz's longtime office manager, moved to Ocala. Currently, Debbie works with New Patient referrals, front desk tasks, and enjoys going to schools to give dental-related presentations.

This other Debbie Clemens is also hot. Maybe it's the name.

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