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  1. Because ISIS is defeated.
  2. How do you put a spotlight on clearly racist behavior without being accused of "playing the race card." Guess it should just stay in the dark, huh? Because YOUR brought up the "race card". Why? The ONLY reason to say "race card" is to undermine the legitimacy of the otherwise valid grievance. Is there another reason? Think about that, please, next time someone says to YOU: "You MIGHT be a bigot . . . "
  3. That's why this was all resolved when he said "It was wrong, and I realize it now. I should have realized it then but I didn't. I have asked God for forgiveness. I have asked the victms for forgiveness. And I am now asking my voters for forgiveness. I have tried to be a better man and I will continue to try to be a better man." Because even sexual assault on minors 40 years ago might be forgiven, but being a lying sack of doggy-do today shouldn't be.
  4. "I am a Muslim and there is nothing Islamic about killing innocent people in Paris, San Bernardino, or anywhere else in the world. True Muslims know that the ruthless violence of so called Islamic Jihadists goes against the very tenets of our religion. “We as Muslims have to stand up to those who use Islam to advance their own personal agenda. They have alienated many from learning about Islam. True Muslims know or should know that it goes against our religion to try and force Islam on anybody. “Speaking as someone who has never been accused of political correctness, I believe that our political leaders should use their position to bring understanding about the religion of Islam and clarify that these misguided murderers have perverted people's views on what Islam really is." See also: Central Park 5. See also: Two convictions for racial housing discrimination. See also:
  5. Notify the WWF!!!! A presumed extinct Southeastern White Rino has been spotted!!!!
  6. I was looking for them to go up-tempo earlier than that. I'm not second-guessing here. Up-tempo has also worked notoriously well for the home team on Thursday night games. Remember the Bucs game a few years back?
  7. Show me the evidence that you pay attention to the COUNTLESS times folks on this board have provided the evidence you claim you want us to show.
  8. Great. Then Quin has not improved as a game manager . . . I was also thinking Sark should have been running more screen/misdirection/throwback type of plays. Essentially, call plays that take longer and require the defense to run all over the field.
  9. Game situation: 4th Quarter, 7:38 left in the game, Falcons ball at their own 28. Incredibly, despite interceptions on three consecutive drives, the Falcons had not only tied the score, but after a couple of long drives on offense and stops on defense, the Falcons had established a good lead in total plays. This is an important statistic on Thursday Night games when both teams, but especially the visiting team, is prone to fatigue. The Saints were particularly vulnerable because of their many injuries to their defense. During the previous drives, commentators had taken note of gassed Saint defenders sucking oxygen on the sidelines. So how do your run your offense? Run out the clock and kick a field goal? Or do what you need to do to give yourself the best chance to score? What gives you the best chance to score? I think going up tempo/sugar huddle would have given the Falcons a much better chance to succeed than the drive they actually put together (which was essentially milk clock but use the entire offense . . . run/pass) As it happened, the drive stalled and we kicked a long field goal. The Saints had plenty of time to not only tie the game, but sure looked like they were going to get a late touchdown to win (thank you, DJ!) Going fast on that drive would have done a lot to improve our chances: 1) The Saints were gassed and going up tempo would have made it more difficult for them to stop us, especially after we picked up a couple of first downs. 2) A touchdown was better than a field goal, duh 3) It really doesn't matter if Brees has 1minute or 5 minutes. He can get in field goal range . . . or score a touchdown. 4) Even if the Falcons were stopped, more time on the clock actually would have helped (Proof, Falcons started calling time outs on defense when the Saints got to the red zone) 5) Even if the Saints matched the falcons score, going fast would put the exhausted Saints defense on the field for more plays, enhancing their fatigue and enhancing the Falcons chances if the game went to overtime. 65-52 was the final play count. This is a testament to good Falcons defense and Payton actually slowing down the game (Saints led the league in plays per game last season). Presumably, Payton wanted to compress the game because he knew his defense was particularly vulnerable to fatigue (see above) Yes, things worked out, but we had to rely on a Hall of Fame Quarterback throwing an endzone interception. That won't happen every time. Why not let OUR elite QB do what HE does best (the sugar huddle) against a team that was vulnerable? As to Sark's future . . . there have been rumblings that he's just not very creative and not getting the most from out talent. It was telling that Jones was screaming at Quin after the interception at the end of the half. It might indicate that the players have been complaining to QUIN about Sark's offense.
  10. Course not! Leggings and high heels? What red blooded American Man WOULDN'T want to give that a slap?
  11. Does anyone really want to see my list?
  12. Statistically, it would be highly improbable for him NOT to have peaked last season. There are a ton of QB's in the HOF who would have loved to have peaked with a year like that.
  13. Snickering at JDaveG for thinking that new revelations, or even the scandal itself, materially influence the extent to which we are assured he is an ***hole.
  14. Any evidence that contradicts my narrative is not credible evidence. (Come ON!)