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#3251435 DeAngelo released...

Posted by thefuzz on 23 February 2015 - 06:08 PM

Man, fug Dave Gettleman. The dude can draft and manage the cap, but he sure does have a knack for releasing some of our best players like Smitty, Beason and D-will and creating a whole bunch of dead money in the process. Having Deangelo on the roster, if only for depth, definitely would have been worth the 2 million or so this will save us against the cap.

 

I hope, if he doesn't retire, Williams goes to a team we play next year so he can kick our ass, à la Smitty last year. Maybe then Gettleman will learn to not release players when they still have something left in the tank, or else next year it might be Kalil or Davis who gets the ax.

 

 

Man, fug Dave Gettleman. The dude can draft and manage the cap, but he sure does have a knack for releasing some of our best players like Smitty, Beason and D-will and creating a whole bunch of dead money in the process. Having Deangelo on the roster, if only for depth, definitely would have been worth the 2 million or so this will save us against the cap.

 

I hope, if he doesn't retire, Williams goes to a team we play next year so he can kick our ass, à la Smitty last year. Maybe then Gettleman will learn to not release players when they still have something left in the tank, or else next year it might be Kalil or Davis who gets the ax.

 

Me too, in fact, I root against the Panthers every time one of our players play against us.

 

Beason: I hope the Giants kick our asses.

 

Mathis:  Yay Chip Kelly and Evan, beat our asses.

 

Smith:  Hopefully Smitty kicks our asses (pretty normal for him to whip up on Panthers anyway) and goes on to win a ring.

 

Good lord man.

 

 

Jokes aside, you are talking about having a whiny bitch of a running back making 6.3 M to be a backup?




#3249701 Speaking of speedy, undersized guys...

Posted by thefuzz on 22 February 2015 - 01:57 PM

Big men allow you to compete.

 

 

He ain't big.




#3249696 First World Problems

Posted by thefuzz on 22 February 2015 - 01:55 PM

I like the overall direction this franchise is heading, but I have one thing that still bothers me.

 

 

Shula.

 

 

Fix that, get a legit offensive playcaller, and we can make some noise.

 

 

 




#3245703 What is your average monthly grocery bill?

Posted by thefuzz on 18 February 2015 - 04:24 PM

I'm just thinking unless he's poaching in a rancher's back 40...what are the options?

 

 

do you guys have elk and moose down there?  I'm going out on a limb and thinking he's not shooting a 400 to 500 lb deer?

 

 

Most deer around here are in the 130-200 range.  If you use all of your tags, you can get a lot of meat.




#3245619 Sounds like the Bucs will pick Jameis Winston

Posted by thefuzz on 18 February 2015 - 03:09 PM

Jameis is the only player in this draft that can directly lead to wins.  It's who I would take as well.

 

 

As to his off field stuff, I would have a Dez Bryant type situation for a while with him.




#3245409 What is your perfect breakfast?

Posted by thefuzz on 18 February 2015 - 12:02 PM

Starts in the bedroom, and ends with me having black coffee, good southern sausage, and some slightly undercooked scrambled eggs, then a triple S, and on with my day.




#3243699 If you could live in any state in the conus 48 states?

Posted by thefuzz on 16 February 2015 - 03:28 PM

Florida....but the keys only.

 

 

Diving, great weather, tons of boating, beautiful women, none of this never got above freezing bullshit like today, etc..




#3239839 Pats and the Draft

Posted by thefuzz on 12 February 2015 - 03:02 PM

I haven't really ever paid that much attention to his actual draft result success, but he's damned good at FA evaluation.

 

It's really not pretty, hardly any "wow" moments for BB outside of Brady and Gronk.




#3239754 Recovery?

Posted by thefuzz on 12 February 2015 - 02:00 PM

Hmm middle class is shrinking and more people are on food stamps

Answer is that the middle class needs to get bigger and number of people on assistance needs to get smaller

If we paid lower class workers more both goals would be aided

But that's wealth redistribution going the other way and we can't have that

 

When you say "we" who exactly are you referring to?




#3239595 Recovery?

Posted by thefuzz on 12 February 2015 - 11:58 AM

Are we on the brink of another recession?

http://www.zerohedge...vited-back-cnbc

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Amount of folks out of the workforce.

 

Amount of debt and unfunded liabilities is crippling.

 

Amount of folks on food stamps or other type of government help.

 

Amount of school loan debt held by our nations younger generations.

 

Amount of the tax burden paid by the ever decreasing "middle class".

 

 

 

Honestly, none of us really know what is going to happen, but the future does not look bright for our economy.

 

If we could just get the government out of other countries, cut down our spending, cut down our debt, and stop taxing folks to death, who knows what we could do.




#3239561 so uh...3 muslim students at unc chapel hill were supposedly "murdered ex...

Posted by thefuzz on 12 February 2015 - 11:45 AM

can we get a pole going on what we think was the motivation?

 

1. psycho kills three people because they're Muslim

2. psycho kills three people because they took is parking spot

3. not enough info to be determined

 

Going to guess:

 

Psycho is psycho, and it was made easier for him to pull the trigger since they don't wear the same clothes as him.

 

 

As long as we can divide.....




#3239528 Can buying help

Posted by thefuzz on 12 February 2015 - 11:30 AM

No, my credit has been bad for a while so we have nothing financed, no credit cards and no real debt.

I did call the one creditor I owed and asked about a settlement, but they don't settle. The lady actually told me to wait a year and it would come off anyway, but I'd rather knock it out now. It's just a matter of juggling correctly.

 

Once you get it cleared up a bit, get a couple of secured credit cards, and start trying to re-build it again.

 

 

I help people with this stuff everyday, it's really simple, but not easy.




#3239461 Hawaii help

Posted by thefuzz on 12 February 2015 - 10:46 AM

Maui is beautiful, but Hawaii isn't worth it to me.

 

 

Head South young man.  The Caribbean was/is much more fun, and so much easier to get to.  Hawaii is overpriced, and more importantly, you will spend 20 hours, at least, in airports and on planes.

 

 

St. John, Thomas, Dominican, Jamaica, Kitts, Anguilla, the list goes on and on.  I would go back to any of them before going back to Hawaii.




#3239442 Can buying help

Posted by thefuzz on 12 February 2015 - 10:39 AM

Here's another thing-

Went to the SECU yesterday and was denied, but they said if I could resolve 2 issues on my credit then they would reconsider it. It would cost 2k to resolve the issue, but my rate would be 4.75.

The problem is, if I resolve the issue and then get denied again now I'm out of the 2k for the downpayment.

 

Honestly, you need to fix your credit, or you will always be in the poor house because you are paying 10-25% interest on anything you buy.

 

What happens if you get the car, then the tranny drops?  With bad credit you can't even finance a new tranny.

 

 

Fix the issues, ask the credit union how much you would need to put down after you clear the issues up, and go from there.

 

Honestly, I would look for private financing before paying 25%.  Buddy of mind does this in RDU and charges folks about 15% and he holds the title until it's paid off, and makes them get insurance.




#3238655 Laron Landry, anyone?

Posted by thefuzz on 11 February 2015 - 02:45 PM

www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000470020/article/indianapolis-colts-release-safety-laron-landry

Hard hitter, particularly in run support. Of course there was the PED thing, which ultimately led to him losing his job because he wasn't on the field. Should come relatively cheap considering his drop off, but I believe the drop off was more about not being on the field due to being in the doghouse.

He would bring some nastiness to the backfield. What ya think?

 

Can't cover....no thanks.