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  1. Grrrillapmpn Inc.® liked a post in a topic by JayOzOne in Cops Senselessly Kill Another American Citizen   
    *Derp. It's all fun and games until some pig pole axes your little darling, isn't it? Notice that the neighborhood isn't exactly, well, rich. Poor white people are the same sort of grist for animal cops as black people.
     
  2. Domed Outter liked a post in a topic by Grrrillapmpn Inc.® in Marvel Cinematic Universe   
    Going into endgame completely blind. No previews, no articles...nothing. 
    Never done it like this before, definitely makes the wait more bearable. 
  3. Domed Outter liked a post in a topic by Grrrillapmpn Inc.® in Marvel Cinematic Universe   
    Going into endgame completely blind. No previews, no articles...nothing. 
    Never done it like this before, definitely makes the wait more bearable. 
  4. Domed Outter liked a post in a topic by Grrrillapmpn Inc.® in Marvel Cinematic Universe   
    Going into endgame completely blind. No previews, no articles...nothing. 
    Never done it like this before, definitely makes the wait more bearable. 
  5. Grrrillapmpn Inc.® liked a post in a topic by NewFalcon in Post The Best Thing You've Seen On The Internet Today, Part 2, Electric Boogaloo   
    Least Masculine Society In Human History Decides Masculinity Is A Growing Threat January 17th, 2019
            U.S.—As society becomes increasingly dominated by nerds, hipsters, and computer programmers, people have fixated on what they think is our biggest problem: masculinity.
    “It’s just toxic and causes nothing but problems,” said Elisha Mcewen, a vegan activist and no threat whatsoever to spiders or tight jar lids. “I was sharing my feelings on masculinity with other men in my drum circle, and we all agreed that if we ever encountered masculinity, we would run far away.”
    Masculinity is said to have in the past been the cause of such things as violence, war, bullying, defeating the Nazis, carving society out of untamed wilderness, and landing men on the moon, but now masculinity is being driven out of society to make sure nothing like those things ever happens again. However, there are reports that masculinity still lurks out there, which is a source of anxiety to modern men and causes them to have upset tummies.
    “I am just so worried that somewhere out there someone is still knowingly producing testosterone,” said Wyatt Lockhart, a Twitch streamer who had never thrown a punch outside of a video game. “I constantly have to find a safe place to calm down just thinking about it.”
    Duke Miller, a Marine sergeant and one of the few remaining examples of traditional masculinity, was asked about his feelings on the negative view of masculinity, but he seemed confused by the word “feelings” and then punched out an elk just because.
  6. athell liked a post in a topic by Grrrillapmpn Inc.® in What Falcons Offense Will Look Like Under Koetter   
    What the Falcons say is rarely what the Falcons do. 
  7. athell liked a post in a topic by Grrrillapmpn Inc.® in What Falcons Offense Will Look Like Under Koetter   
    What the Falcons say is rarely what the Falcons do. 
  8. athell liked a post in a topic by Grrrillapmpn Inc.® in What Falcons Offense Will Look Like Under Koetter   
    What the Falcons say is rarely what the Falcons do. 
  9. athell liked a post in a topic by Grrrillapmpn Inc.® in What Falcons Offense Will Look Like Under Koetter   
    What the Falcons say is rarely what the Falcons do. 
  10. Grrrillapmpn Inc.® liked a post in a topic by Dutty Ole Bird in AB involved in domestic dispute. Pay Julio!!   
    Yes its AB's fault some woman tried to force her way into his house for hair salon money lol. I am all for signing JJ11 but this is a bad thread.
  11. Grrrillapmpn Inc.® liked a post in a topic by Dr Long Shot in Falcons releasing Matt Bryant   
    Yup, in the regular season. If you feel comfortable with him kicking a game winning FG in the playoffs for the first time in his career, more power to you. I don't. 
  12. Grrrillapmpn Inc.® liked a post in a topic by Ezekiel 25:17 in Hooooooooop!!!!!!   
    Uh, they STILL didn’t play in this game on a pretty regular bases so I don’t see that making much of a difference.
    However, moving to the week after could give offenses more time together.
  13. Grrrillapmpn Inc.® liked a post in a topic by JDaveG in And the Aints fan meltdown goes into stage 2.........I smile more and more each day.   
    The Saints still got far fewer penalties and penalty yards than the Rams.  If the NFL was trying to throw the game for the Rams, they suck at it.
    And there were at least 4 times the missed calls in favor of the Saints as well.  I mean, the 4-part picture has been posted all over here -- no call on delay of game, no call on 2 facemasks, no call for stomping the RB in the face.  Etc.  Et al.  Ad nauseam.  
    It is bad officiating.  It is not "trying to determine the outcome of games."
    Also, even if it was, lol **** the Saints.
  14. Grrrillapmpn Inc.® liked a post in a topic by TheUsualStuff in "The guy we wanted was right down the hall all along"   
    We are the Falcons.
    This is what we do.
  15. Grrrillapmpn Inc.® liked a post in a topic by A Dog Named Brian in 92.9 fires moron talk show host   
    Could've used an amended 'frog in hot water' analogy so that it was more palatable for the audience. I personally don't care, but we're currently in a culture where outrage is the currency. He should've known better
  16. Bunchy Carter liked a post in a topic by Grrrillapmpn Inc.® in Cops Senselessly Kill Another American Citizen   
    I live in Boston. Seeing what the police force is today, I doubt it had nothing to do with race. Maybe not the sole reason they started, but definitely a founding one...in my opinion of course. 
  17. Grrrillapmpn Inc.® liked a post in a topic by apl2g in 2 falcons make pro bowl   
    Brees, Rodgers and Goff 
  18. Halcon-1 liked a post in a topic by Grrrillapmpn Inc.® in Cops Senselessly Kill Another American Citizen   
    Black cop who mistakenly shot White woman charged with intentional murder
    by MO BARNES   A judge in a Minneapolis court has ruled that an officer who killed a woman on duty will face another murder charge in the shooting. Officer Mohammad Noor responded to a call of a possible domestic dispute in July 2017. While sitting in the car with his partner, Justine Damond, 40 (née Justine Ruszczyk), banged on the back of the vehicle and came around to the driver’s side. At some point, Noor shot across his partner through the window fatally injuring Damond, who later died at a hospital. Tragically, it was Damond who called 911 to report a possible crime. In the aftermath of the shooting, Noor, a Muslim immigrant from Somalia, was charged with third-degree, unintentional murder and second-degree manslaughter. Prosecutors in the case wanted to add a more serious charge and on Dec. 7, 2018, they got their wish. Hennepin District Judge Kathryn Quaintance approved an additional charge of second-degree intentional murder against Noor in the case. The prosecution maintains that Noor deliberately shot Damond that night and “fired with tragic accuracy, managing to send a 9-millimeter bullet across his partner’s body and through the narrow space of the open driver’s side window.” As a result of the second-degree intentional murder, Noor faces up to 40 years in prison if convicted on that charge alone. A conviction of third-degree murder carries a maximum sentence of 25 years, while the penalty for second-degree manslaughter is 10 years or a $20K fine. At the time of the shooting, the country was still grappling with other police shootings of unarmed Black men. But while the White officers involved in those shootings received support from the Fraternal Order of Police and the NRA, no such support was given to Noor in the killing of an unarmed White woman in pajamas. Instead, Noor’s personal life was explored and past complaints against him were immediately released for scrutiny. Noor’s treatment stands in contrast to that of the officer who was involved in the shooting of Philando Castile, Jeronimo Yanez
  19. Grrrillapmpn Inc.® liked a post in a topic by blkbigdog35 in Thanks Deion   
    Matt would be average without Julio!
  20. Grrrillapmpn Inc.® liked a post in a topic by The Don™ in NFL Network on Thomas Dimitroff, Dan Quinn, and the Coaching Staff   
    The point I was trying to make is Sark is still calling the game like we have every player healthy and like everything is OK. When you average 18 PPG the last five games, everything is not OK. His adjustments and creativity is lacking severely...
  21. Grrrillapmpn Inc.® liked a post in a topic by The Don™ in NFL Network on Thomas Dimitroff, Dan Quinn, and the Coaching Staff   
    Then adjust. Quicker throws. Stop the long developing routes. Quit trying to force the PA when it doesn't work. Double moves on routes. Quit having players in the same area on the finish of routes. Use presnap motion. Pass to set up the run. Not the other way around. Not to be beat a dead horse, but Shanny passed to set up the run all the time. You gotta get creative and stop forcing stuff. 
    We've averaged 18 PPG the last five weeks. That's bad.