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Tough decision Monday....

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Watch Monday night football, a battle of two over-rated teams who are going absolutely nowhere this season

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I think you will probally be playing with yourself come monday night. Most likely everynight.

And I make my wife watch. So??

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Yall remember how, before the season started, they said the Saints were going to the Superowl??

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Watch Monday night football, a battle of two over-rated teams who are going absolutely nowhere this season or go look at Christamas lights? I think I'll pick Christmas lights!

Yes, I can see your dilemma. Hmmm.... If my team was 6-6, I wouldn't want to watch two powerhouses of the NFC play on Monday night either.

Anyway, Saints fans like the pretty lights at Christmas time. They make you feel sooo good inside!!! PLus all those blinking lights on your tree, remind you of good ole Jefferson Parrish on any given night. Police lights flashing, ambulances rushing to the shooting victims.... Just like home:rolleyes:

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Damn it would suck to be a Saints fan :banghead:

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Watch Monday night football, a battle of two over-rated teams who both beat my sorry ass saints, and moap about how it sucks to be a .500 team, whos even looking up at the falgoons, with no prospect of making the playoffs, or go look at Christamas lights? I think I'll pick Christmas lights!

Yea, Id take the lights too.

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Watch Monday night football, a battle of two over-rated teams who are going absolutely nowhere this season or go look at Christamas lights? I think I'll pick Christmas lights!

Good for you. i told you losers that you suck and would continue that trend. Of course I was right, you can't help it. Remember in the end it's still the saints. Years and years of embarassment and disapointment. Sure you qb throws for tons of yards and has great stats, thats awesome! But they still lose. So enjoy your lights.

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Good for you. i told you losers that you suck and would continue that trend. Of course I was right, you can't help it. Remember in the end it's still the saints. Years and years of embarassment and disapointment. Sure you qb throws for tons of yards and has great stats, thats awesome! But they still lose. So enjoy your lights.

This dude here, is the very worst smack talker on this site...

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This dude here, is the very worst smack talker on this site...

Yes I am! I proudly accept that title. I would like to thank first and foremost my mom for giving me the guidance to be the best I can be. I would also like to thank my agent because with out him none of this would be possible. I had a list but this was so unexpected that I forgot to bring it with me. I just can't thank everyone enough. Thank you and God Bless the USA.

Oh i almost forgot. i give a big fug you to my latest "worst smack" award presenter. Thanks "Dude".

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This dude here, is the very worst smack talker on this site...

Not really.

He will be if you leave.

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