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George Brett was on the last Royals team to win a World Series, and busted out the reverse fist pump too celebrate the latest. Royals fans all over are coming out in droves to celebrate this win, including fans who are still closely connected to the team thanks to their place in franchise history. George Brett is one of those fans, as he was on the last World Series winning team in Kansas City and was right there to celebrate this latest victory. Brett not only celebrated the World Series win with a fist pump, but he got fancy with a reverse fist pump for the win.
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George Brett busts out reverse fist pump to celebrate World Series win (Video)
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George W. Bush, the 41st U. A graduate of Yale University and Harvard Business School, Bush worked in the Texas oil industry and was an owner of the Texas Rangers baseball team before becoming governor. In , he won the presidency after narrowly defeating Democratic challenger Al Gore. Bush, the oldest of six children of George H.
Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Sarah J. Texas Republicans with bumper stickers on their pickup trucks blaming President Obama for soaring gas prices surprisingly have one thing in common with Bay Area drivers who bought a Prius last decade to cope with sky-high fuel prices they pinned on George W. As the election nears and fuel costs continue to rise, Republicans say Mitt Romney could ease our pain at the pump if he is elected, using the same strategy as Democrats who blamed Bush for gas prices four years ago. But despite having polar opposite energy plans, Obama and Bush experienced virtually the same gas price problem, suggesting just how little control the most powerful man in the world has over this hot-button issue.