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  1. You know that's all part of the drill. But you also know: Don't freakin' blink!
  2. Kettle meet Posh Spice.
  3. MDrake (attorney) debunked an awful lot of what you've said. HolyMoses (attorney) thinks you're a fundamentally decent person who has been so heavily indoctrinated in Red State Red Meat that you no longer can smell the bull crype you perpetually regurgitate.
  4. That's one guess.*. But a better one would be that I care a lot, but all of the "evidence" you have provided has been holy (keeping the misspell because I'm in Israel.) discredited, and this issue is deeply offensive to the deceased's family. * no one forced to read my post. I guess you're another one of those people who are just obsessed with my posts Gee! The guessing thing is fun!
  5. As Marla says, she knows BS when she sees it. What she DOESN'T say, is that as soon as she sees it, she posts it on this message board!
  6. Yeah....You too. What am I missing here?
  7. It's always entertaining during Yom Kippur services. When everyone iis standing it's just Arthur Blank and me as islands above a sea of bald heads... edit: That's not actually true. There are a lot of six footers, it's just that most of them have the good sense to have their heads down to read their prayer books rather than gawk at the Falcon's owner. And most of the have hair, too, but ithe joke worked better the way I started.
  8. “I knew Poole was going to be amongst us when in training camp I saw him counting in line, not for who he didn’t want to go against, but because he wanted to go against Julio (Jones),” Quinn said during his coach’s show last November. “… That told me right then and there the competitor that he is. As opposed to backing off, he wanted to go challenge it. I’m not saying he went up there and stoned him. However, it spoke a lot to the confidence that he had in himself to say ‘I want to try it against the best.’” When Poole was reached to comment on Quinn's remarks he replied: "WHAT?!?! Does he think I'm CRAZY?!?!? Who WANTS to go against Julio in drills...or ANYTHING?!?! I was trying to AVOID him. I just can't count for crap!"
  9. Maybe @marla_mulder or WFW can explain how this is doing anything but trolling his own supporters? http://m.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/trump_administration/trump_approval_index_history http://m.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/obama_administration/obama_approval_index_history Bear in mind that Rasmussen is a notoriously conservative polling firm. And even in rest mucin, at this point in his presidency, Obama was doing better. And at the conclusion of his presidency, Obama was doing much much better. Yes, of course there were points during Obama's presidency that he was below 50%, but that means nothing. At least anyone who understands these things. And, by the way, his strong approve/strong disapproval rating is still -11%
  10. Drain the Swamp!!
  11. I'd bake another pie.
  12. It is widely reported that the 'Niners have offered O.C. Kyle Shanahan a head coaching position. But what is only now being revealed is the role two Falcon Defensive Starters have played in lobbying the 'Niners to make that offer. Even Defensive Coordinator Richard Smith has been working as a liaison between Robert Alford, Keaunu Neal, and the Niners to do whatever can be done to get Shanny GONE. Despite Shanahan's well earned reputation as an arrogant quarterback killer who is destined to destroy the Falcons' Franchise, the efforts to send him off to San Fran have nothing to do with personal feelings, but rather an unusual mix of special teams' responsibilities, defensive assignments, and an obscure T.V. rights rule with the NFL. When confronted about the secret efforts to oust Shanahan, Smith replied "Sure he's got an ego, but I genuinely LIKE the guy. I'll miss those dismissive smirks he gives Coach Quinn when Q has the temerity to question Kyle's judgment. But he's KILLING two of my guys!" How? Most folks know that both Neal and Alford serve double duty covering Kicks and playing every snap on defense. Obviously, when Shanahan dials up more scores, more kicks must be covered. But an obscure league rule has made life exponentially more difficult for Neal and Alford (as well as Smith): Each half of a football game must have 10 breaks for commercials.* To make sure that all of these breaks get in, networks cram Commercial time outs before and, most critically, AFTER Kickoffs.* This gives guys like Neal and Alford a break before taking a defensive snap.* But once there have been enough scores to get all the commercial breaks in, the play clock is running once the ball is spotted after the kick returner is tacked.* Sunday, thanks to Shanahan's narcissistic obsession with scoring at every opportunity, the commercial breaks were long gone by the time Alford was covering his EIGHTH kick off of the game against the Seahawks. About 30 seconds after Alford had chased down Devin Hester from behind, Russel Wilson already had the Snap and the slot receiver was running unmolested past the Falcons' cornerback towards the end zone. After shutting down the Seahawks since the first drive of the game, the Falcons had given up a second touchdown. During an interview Tuesday, Alford, still despondent over getting torched, was animated in his frustration with Shanahan's scoring proficiency and the accompanying Kick Offs: "For me and my boy Keanu, these are EIGHT extra plays per game.* And these aren't 8 extra 'Run's going far side so just give the WR a bro hug and go back to the huddle things'. These are full on sprint DOWN the field, fend off blockers, find the ball carrier, then sprint back UP the field chasing the mo fo. That little shyte Devin Hester had me bustin ax for 150 yards by the time I made that tackle.* Thanks to Coach Kyle the freakin' Network had already blown through all the commercial timeouts and I didn't even have a minute to catch my breath.* If I had not still been breathing so hard, I would have called TIME OUT, gotten in Shanny's face, and made HIS lazy ax play bump in run man coverage on the slot." Like most Falcons from the pre-Shanahan era, Alford had no idea those post KIck Off breaks could be lost. "My first year we had Dirk Coetter . . . we NEVER had to worry about recovery after kicks. I thought that break was written into the CBA!" Keunu Neal begged Coach Smith for tight coverage on the tight end so he would not suffer Alford's torched fate. But he is similarly frustrated with the near record offensive production. "We are scoring 38 freakin' points per game. THREE. EIGHT. Even with only one field goal, that's SEVEN kick coverages per game!!!! Man . . . if we get clogged in the red zone, we're talking 8, 9, even 10 kicks per game. No wonder we give up garbage time points!" He admitted to working with the others to oust Shanahan. But Neal is going further to cover his bets. Neal was observed schmoozing with Alex Mack Tuesday morning, raving about the incredible quality of life in Northern California and how he could score Mack a choice condo deal within walking distance of the 'niners practice facility. Robert Alford seen begging RGIII to take back Kyle Shanahan *Denotes stuff that is actually true.
  13. I have no idea why, but this popped up when I logged in from New wifi. This was the most prophetic and unfunny joke thread ever.
  14. Summary of Trump's deferments: http://www.snopes.com/2016/08/02/donald-trumps-draft-deferments/ And hitting with Serena Williams... Look, one of the great shames of our history is the elitism pervasive in Vietnam service avoidance. I'm in Israel walking around seeing 18 year old boys and girls in uniform. If you're going to have draft, this is how to do it: EVERYONE SERVES. Doctors who sold b.s. Medical deferments during Vietnam were sending less entitled boys to die. I don't blame Trump for taking advantage of the opportunities presented at the time, but his opportunistic exploitation of our soldiers now is cynical and hypocritical.
  15. Depends on your definition of "camp". My recollection is the "target" add were somehow directly connected to Palin. If this is from someone with similar ties with the Democratic Party, then it's a fair equivalence. And, Saint David of Holy Faulty conclusion, it's not cool at all regardless. But that does not make it the same.
  16. Please correct me if I'm wrong. But is that an actual conclusion that has been reached? Or is that there's not been a conclusion reached the other way? It's a matter being investigated or is it closed?
  17. Show me the political ads with actual targets on the victims of the shooting, and I will be completely with you, Oh St. David of the Sacred False Equivalency.
  18. Don't do that.
  19. Again, last time I was "Triggered" Georgia tax payers ended up paying $3 million in whistleblower settlements and a verdict So knock your self out
  20. It has been about a month now and you STILL haven't bothered to figure out what "pretext" means. You probably should.
  21. Last time I heard Last time I heard folks being so mockingly dismissive of legitimate charters. https://www.google.gr/amp/www.ajc.com/news/state--regional-govt--politics/jury-rules-favor-ethics-chief-awards-700-000-judgment/ePwr0W8GQm3VPGfXVmqDHI/amp.html
  22. Oh FFS!!! They are going with the "you people are so stupid to think there's actually something going on here" F you Senator Cotton. And F you Sessions.
  23. What used to be "Love the sinner. Hate the sin." Is now "Love the Republican. Hate the Democrat."
  24. +1 for the Yiddish.
  25. I think the "curly haired" part was a shot at ME!