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Serge Storms

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  1. Alright there drama queen, clearly you do not understand the real reason why this guy was banned. It had nothing to do with his opinion. He started post after post trolling up also known as spamming. It was also a bit of a running joke and not kissing but since I have been in PF for quite a number of years. It's not like he got banned for calling someone a "sawed off #####" or an "asx kisser" as you did. No need to call the hacks at the ACLU, his 1st amendment if he even knows what that is was not violated. I have witnessed a divided fan base due to anything from players to religion but this h
  2. Alright there drama queen, clearly you do not understand the real reason why this guy was banned. It had nothing to do with his opinion. He started post after post trolling up also known as spamming. It was also a bit of a running joke and not kissing but since I have been in PF for quite a number of years. It's not like he got banned for calling someone a "sawed off #####" or an "asx kisser" as you did. No need to call the hacks at the ACLU, his 1st amendment if he even knows what that is was not violated. I have witnessed a divided fan base due to anything from players to religion but this h
  3. This is as funny as when Sac used to ban someone and later ask where that poster ran off to. Now that's comedy!
  4. Dude, it was a frigging joke. Get over yourself..... You know what's a joke? A mod in TATF posting his disapproval of the fanbase.
  5. Only one of them is going to be on the team by the end of training camp. Jenkins is not an acceptable starter or even close, but Williams doesn't look like someone that is staying in the NFL much longer.
  6. You agree to a Code of Conduct when you register for the board. I'm sorry, I wasn't aware that "disagreeing with the mod" was part of the code of conduct.
  7. When someone actually bans, threatens to ban, or supports banning someone for posting an opinion on a message board, several questions come to mind: What kind of person takes a message board so seriously that they have to suspend freedom of speech for all of those that disagree? What kind of person takes their job so seriously that they feel like they must threaten to ban someone for taking a jab at him over a **** message board? What kind of person can still kiss this person's ##### while making vague statements that appear to support the Nazi party?
  8. That's why we should have gotten a DL in the 1st round and a QB in the 2nd round. But it's water under the bridge now. We will know if 2-3 years if this was a good pick or a bad pick. We might finally have a halfway decent offense, but no defense to stop anybody. Agree entirely, which is very unfortunate.
  9. Nah, it would be more fun to delete you. :w00t: Thanks for taking out the trash Rev. I understand people in the heat of the moment getting upset with the play on the field or players who make bad judgements off the field but I don't understand people rooting against the potential future leader of their team. Why would they not encourage him and show their support? I don't mean blindly declare him as the best, just simply I hope he does well to lead this team to victory someday, as in GO FALCONS. There's obviously a bit more elbow room on the Falcon fanwagon and I want to say to some people "W
  10. That's because your knowledge of molecular biochemestry is insulting. That's no one's fault but your own. Laws of probability > molecular biochemistry I'm just going to laugh at your ignorance. Don't ever seek a career as a paleo-biologist, alright? TheEgoist... I know you said you were a Christian, then became an Atheist...If you don't mind, I'd like to hear your story as in depth as you would like to tell me about whether you truly believe you were a Christian to begin with; and if you were, what made you decide you didn't believe in God anymore? You can either respond on this thread, or
  11. The running game doesn't mean anything without a defense. Oakland has no run defense, Minnesota has no pass defense. Both teams also were almost entirely unable to throw the ball in any capacity, contributing to their failures. The Patriots are known as a passing team, but they have always had a solid, bruising running game in their Superbowl wins. Same with Baltimore, Pittsburgh, and New York. The job of the offense is to score points and keep the defense off the field, the teams that win actually play defense and do what is necessary on offense.
  12. How can a thread based on a myth be extended to 16 pages of mostly positive comments? It would be nice if the PF crowd stayed in their own little world and let the commoners talk football without threads like this.
  13. I'll also say that it takes a real dickhole to imply that some fans that don't immediately support every decision should drop the team. Why not just say you want the board to be flooded with young teens that just picked up the sport and will stand behind everything whoever is in charge decides?
  14. I'm not seeing where this is a big issue. The "Ryan Hate" is greatly over-exaggerated, there are not that many threads declaring that he will fail, most fans are being optimistic, and with the way our wonderful mods have set it up, the absolute worst representation of the Falcon fanbase ends up in TATF and even makes the rest of the Falcons boards avoid it. If anything, it should be shocking how insignificant the "hate" is.
  15. I have another revelation of my own; the bird goes tweet
  16. One can say whatever they want, that's the great thing about free will. We have obviously been talking about the Christian God in this thread, therefore, by Christian rules set forth in the Bible, agnosticism is the same as being a non-believer. Anything else is irrelevant in the discussion that's taken place... I believe the last half of the thread was discussing the nature of agnostics in general.
  17. Oh come on! Fence-straddling simply means not making a decision aka "Pee or get off the pot". Agnostic means uncommitted to either the existence or nonexistence of God. It's the exact same thing! If someone just got introduced to the Gospel they certainly aren't going to go around spouting "I'm agnostic". As I said, the point is there is no "maybe" in Christianity. Either you believe or you don't. There's no provision for it anywhere in the Gospel. If someone who claims to be "agnostic" dies after hearing the Gospel and goes before God they will be judged as a non-believer, it's that
  18. How is me stating the book definition of "agnostic" inflammatory? If that group of people is insulted by it then I'd suggest finding a different word in the dictionary. When you make up something that I didn't say that is a diversionary tactic whether you choose to own up to it or not... You're saying that anyone that's agnostic not only hasn't made up their minds, but is "straddling the fence," which is not a real definition, but an assumption by someone that has made that decision. That kind of assumption about another person is most definitely inflammatory, is certainly diversionary in t
  19. If only Brooking were actually as good as he was when he was winning those probowls. He's had a great, long career in Atlanta. He's also getting old and didn't look so hot last year.
  20. And for the Saint fan, something Achilles posted awhile back: http://talkorigins.org/faqs/abioprob/abioprob.html
  21. Never said that, please stick to what is actually said instead of diversionary tactics... Please, making everyone the enemy when your remarks were plenty inflammatory is a common enough tactic for a Christian. Telling agnostics what they believe is a slap in the face to all of them, and claiming someone else is using diversionary tactics is just being obnoxious for the **** of it.
  22. People claiming to be agnostic simply don't want to be accountable for the decision to not believe. I say sprout a pair and if you don't believe in God then say it but then again, I'm pretty blunt by nature... So if someone may not have made up their minds, they're spitting in your God's face.
  23. The difference here is that Tuck is actually good, as is the rest of the Giants's defensive line. Tuck wasn't exactly some mystery that never did anything before being used in that capacity in the Superbowl, he was a monster the second half of last season playing inside and out because of his ability to penetrate seemingly anyone with strength or speed. Obviously, Tuck isn't a natural DT and just has a freakish gift as an inside pass rusher. Anderson has a lot to improve on if he is going to be used in this capacity in any situation.
  24. If you can't prove that God doesn't exist, then you're agnostic. That's right, you heard me, if I don't see proof that an invisible man in the sky doesn't really look down on Earth, and no planet but Earth, you're all agnostic or Satan-worshipers.
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