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and i wished upon a ........

 

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Wow... This was linked in one of the Star videos.  My head actually hurts from the waves of ignorance that just slapped on the breakwater of my mind:

 

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Wow... This was linked in one of the Star videos.  My head actually hurts from the waves of ignorance that just slapped on the breakwater of my mind:

 

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I mean it's just a constant assault on the intellect with misinformation and opinion based on Twitter innuendo.

 

Bimbo: "Not a bad pick" and then proceeds to not know how to pronounce his name.

Davis: "Some see him as a 3-4 DE."  Who? Who says that?

Davis: "Carolina has a 4-3 so it looks like they will play him inside, it appears."  NO! Really?

Davis: "When the Jets took Sheldon Richardson at 13, I think a few explitives were uttered in the Carolina room." And you're basing this on the Panthers taking all of 30 seconds to hand in their pick when they got on the clock?

Billick: "Cam Newton is the forgotten man with how well the rookie QBs did last year."  ...Yeah. With all those TV ads and endorsement deals, it's easy to see that he's yesterday's news.

Billick: "Star isn't a dominating inside presence."

Bimbo surprised they didn't take a WR in the first round, considering it's such a deep WR class.  Let that logic sink in.

 

How do these blond bimbos keep getting sports anchor jobs? Seriously, the NFL is widely reported by obviously-concussed former players, bitter ex-coaches, and former Hooters calendar girls (circa 1989)  who have heard of sports. Can we get a few more people who actually went to journalism school and have anchoring experience?

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#let's not get #carried #away #here

 

 

#maledocking

 

 

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I'd prefer quality topics but I know thats asking a lot.

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You didn't specify that in your earlier post.

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