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This guy referred to Beason as trash: Give him hell as a parting gift to the Beast

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Chris Burke's last line in this piece:

 

Now, it’s a case of a team trying to turn another team’s trash into treasure.

 

 

I may be being a bit sensitive due to Beason leaving, but I took offense. For those that agree with me, give this douche some choice words.

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You know if you really wanted to hurt him you could not link his shitty page and give him site hits.

 

Just saying.

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You know if you really wanted to hurt him you could not link his shitty page and give him site hits.

 

Just saying.

 

If the Huddle responds like I know that it can, the backlash for this guy will be well worth the hits.  

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it's a figure of speech. he's not literally calling beason trash any more than sports writers were calling john fox a hobbled mallard in 2010.

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Beason has been a very expensive piece of trash the past three years here. 

 

sorry but it's true. 

 

y'all need to stop whining. nobody here wishes anything bad for #52. 

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it's a figure of speech. he's not literally calling beason trash any more than sports writers were calling john fox a hobbled mallard in 2010.

 

I know what you're saying in theory, but this is a figure of speech that is usually used in reference to inanimate objects, not people. In fact, I have never heard of it being used in reference to a person.

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Sticks and stones, OP. Don't be a sissy.

 

Oh, how original...

 

I guess that I should've expected as little.

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I know what you're saying in theory, but this is a figure of speech that is usually used in reference to inanimate objects, not people. In fact, I have never heard of it being used in reference to a person.

I truely doubt his intended meaning is at a person either. Maybe he used it in the sense that he believes beasons best days are behind him for our team, but a treasure for another team.

I will admit though it does seem like a stupid phrase to have used.

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