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About bartsimpson

  • Birthday 06/21/1996

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  1. If it makes you happy, I'll be here knucklehead. Besides, you guys should all know where to find us. I'm sure you're at least intelligent enough to follow the clues we left for you. There's plenty of them.
  2. Hey dummy. We got the #3 rushing offense. The rushing defense is rated #1. Get your facts straight before you embarrass your family next time.
  3. 1. No kidding it's "his potential for future ability" you're so high on. That's what I'm saying. Everybody being giddy about the guy keeps saying "but he's a rookie!!" I'm trying to point out that it won't matter on sunday. He's still going to be no better than an Aaron Rodgers type quarterback on sunday. 2. You're not exactly breaking any news by announcing that the Vikings don't have any offense outside of Peterson. Hey, did you hear that we landed on the moon yet?
  4. At least we're coming up with figures instead of just saying "well, you haven't seen our team play yet."
  5. You guys already have one of these threads.
  6. http://www.signonsandiego.com/uniontrib/20..._1c05south.html "Some of the kids assumed that if we were from the South, we were members of the (Ku Klux) Klan." Hey, dummy. I'm not saying it's true. I'm saying it's a stereotype. Quit making southerners look dumb.
  7. gen⋅er⋅al⋅ize   /ˈdʒɛnərəˌlaɪz/ Show Spelled Pronunciation [jen-er-uh-lahyz] Show IPA Pronunciation verb, -ized, -iz⋅ing. –verb (used with object) 1. to infer (a general principle, trend, etc.) from particular facts, statistics, or the like. 2. to infer or form (a general principle, opinion, conclusion, etc.) from only a few facts, examples, or the like. 3. to give a general rather than a specific or special character or form to. 4. to make general; bring into general use or knowledge. Hope that helps.
  8. We'll leave the igloos once you guys give up your Ku Klux Klan robes. See? I can generalze based on stereotypes too.
  9. Being that it was a federal judge in the same court where the majority of NFL cases are heard, it's far from scandalous. I'd call it a coincidence.
  10. Yup.. He was suspended for drinking. By all reports he's been clean ever since, and he's been a model citizen. What's your point?
  11. Oh. So you're a hypocrite. Now it makes sense. Yup.. You "pwned" me! Nice job.
  12. Jared Allen got 15.5 last year in 14 games (he missed the first two).
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