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Nakamura, seriously?

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Die in a fire.

It's a pretty old internet acronym.

It can also mean Dick In a Fua

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Die in a fire.

It's a pretty old internet acronym.

Thanks. I'm relatively new to the world of message boards. That seems like a little too specific and obscure group of words to merit an acronym, but hey, whatever works. I definitely approve of its usage in this context.

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Im pretty sure that we can all agree that Nakamura is some secret reality tv show, where they plug in an average joe to an NFL role. Nothing he says or does can be construed as intelligent.

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Only good thing haruki has done this year was judo toss that saints player...

Sucks as a DB

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I'm certain he knows deep down that he sucks. It's harder to lie to yourself than to the world around you.

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denial is not just a river in Egypt. Finally something we can all agree on?

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please, please if by some miracle the new GM/coach is reading this: Get us a legit FS this offseason. I don't care who, I don't care how, and I don't care when.

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He meant that the loss was not fully on his shoulders, that's all, and really it wasn't.

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Butbutbut he backed up Ed reed!!! Lol this guy sucks

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