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#1084014 Buffalo our best friend?

Posted by Delhommey on 09 March 2011 - 07:59 AM

Y'all are going to blindly speculate yourselves into a stroke.

#1081607 Daddy, whats a n*gger?

Posted by Delhommey on 07 March 2011 - 08:39 PM

I'm glad Zod revealed so many letters of this word... I may not have known what word he was talking about otherwise.

Had to happen.

Obviously NSFW.

#1078701 I Am Shocked This Hasn't Been Posted

Posted by Delhommey on 05 March 2011 - 08:47 AM

VinceYoung10 Charlotte what's up nice city first time here good people here trying to recruit me out here.


#1072406 Why are bills so expensive?

Posted by Delhommey on 02 March 2011 - 09:06 AM

If "essentials" include a cell phone or cable, imma slap somebody.

#1072398 Rivera Already Listed as a Top Coach

Posted by Delhommey on 02 March 2011 - 09:00 AM

If there was a bare-knuckled fistfight involving all of the head coaches of the NFL, who would be the first one out and last one standing? The answer for last one standing would have been easy before the season ended, because Tom Cable looks like he could palm any other human's head like a basketball, but since he's out of the picture, who would be the winner? My friends and I were thinking Jack Del Rio would have the best chance (former linebacker, still appears to be in good shape).
There are so many candidates for first one out, you could argue for days. Mike Shanahan would be a seemingly obvious choice, so would Jim Caldwell (would he even fight?). Thoughts?

I think you have to include Ron Rivera in the top seeds, because Ron Rivera looks ready to whip off his glasses and smash your face at any given moment. And Mike Tomlin would also have to be up there, because he's Mike Tomlin.

Let's assume it's a 32-man, single elimination tournament. We'll make it no holds barred, so you could pull hair and bite and gouge and do whatever you want. I think these would be the seedings:

1 seeds: Rivera, Del Rio, Tomlin, Mike Munchak

2 seeds: Both Harbaughs, Raheem Morris, Lovie Smith
Lovie seems like a physically capable fellow. And I just feel like he'd have lots of pent-up anger inside of him from all those years of people telling him he's a fuging idiot.

3 seeds: Rex Ryan (225-lb bench press!), Marvin Lewis, Hue Jackson, Ken Whisenhunt
In the case of Ryan, he's way overseeded, but you'd have to beware of the smothering factor.

4 seeds: Pete Carroll, Sean Payton, Todd Haley, Jim Schwartz
That's the Overanimated White Coach group.

5 seeds: John Fox, Mike Smith, Tony Sparano, Bill Belichick
That's the "dad strength" group. Mike Smith kind of looks old, but I guarantee you he has dad strength. I bet he could drop you to the ground with one angry slap.

6 seeds: Mike McCarthy, Leslie Frazier, Steve Spagnuolo, Gary Kubiak

7 seeds: Chan Gailey, Pat Shurmur, Jim Caldwell, Tom Coughlin
WARNING: Coughlin may have angry grandpa strength.

8 seeds: Shanahan, Jason Garrett, Andy Reid, Norv
Norv is the 32nd seed.

The rest of these seedings are completely arbitrary and stupid. But if I'm sure of one thing, it's that the other 31 NFL coaches could easily kick the piss out of Norv. Even Garrett, who probably only knows how to slap fight. I say Tomlin wins the whole thing. I'd pay good money to watch him fight Rivera to the death. I bet it would be a classic. If there's a lockout, they should really do that.


#1072124 Delhommey's Parade of Small School Stars

Posted by Delhommey on 01 March 2011 - 11:59 PM

Edmund Gates (Abilene Christian), WR

Upside: Fast. Sub 4.4 fast. Pretty aggressive and can return kicks.

Downside: Old. Raw. Played against scrubs.

Couldwegethim-ness: Maybe. Currently projects to the late 2nd early 3rd.

Jerrel Jernigan (Troy), WR

Upside: Fast. Quick. Good run after catch. (OMG it's Steve Smith!1!!!)

Downside: Not as explosive as you'd like and pretty raw. Has Smith-like size but lacks Smith-like strength and toughness.

Couldwegethim-ness: Maybe. Could go in the 2nd.

Virgil Green (Nevada), TE

Upside: Fast. Athletic. Nice hands. Workout wonder.

Downside: Can bench an elephant but has trouble hooking a LB. Runs limited routes.

Couldwegethim-ness: Yes. Could be there as late as the 5th, but a great combine may shoot him to the 3rd.

Julius Thomas (Portland State), TE

Upside: Ridiculously athletic with great eye/hand coordination. Big upside. Chud probably will be interested in a converted basketball player from a small school.

Downside: Didn't start playing football till last year. Yasinskas likes him.

Couldwegethim-ness: Yes. Should be there late in the draft.

I apologize for playing the gayest song in all of sports. Seriously. Not even Woman's Ice Dancing would touch that poo.

Moving on...

#1070618 Texas Group Launches Scholarship For White Males Only

Posted by Delhommey on 01 March 2011 - 01:21 PM

I'm ok with it if we can call it the United White Trash College Fund.


#1065291 I still want to trade down.

Posted by Delhommey on 26 February 2011 - 08:56 AM

I've come to a decision. I'd rather sleep with a young Sophia Loren.


#1060424 Never happen here.

Posted by Delhommey on 23 February 2011 - 09:17 AM

Note: This whole thread is based on Jangler's miscomprehension of an article and will continue simply out of his embarrassment and stubborn refusal to admit he misread it.


#1060225 A Few Educational Charts

Posted by Delhommey on 23 February 2011 - 12:00 AM

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#1058604 GM 1, Detroit schools 0. Irony 100.

Posted by Delhommey on 22 February 2011 - 09:27 AM

You know I'd feel a little bit different if all these governments had put a little away during the boom years rather than go nuts cutting taxes and handing out goodies (which all of America ate up like little baby birds) and thus ensuring the crises would be worse than they needed to be.

People tend to work for the state because it's secure. They trade off the higher salaries they could find in the private sector for stability and a more generous vacation schedule.

So what happens? During the bull market, they sit and watch their friends in the regular work world's wages go up and up while theirs stay pretty much the same.

Where were all these articles proclaiming how unfair it was for state workers while government after government took in boatloads of tax revenue? They weren't there. State workers largely kept quiet because they knew they'd traded cash for stability. Everyone was OK with that then.


And no one NO ONE in the financial industry better say a peep after it was their greed that caused this crash and they responded by giving themselves fat little bonuses with my tax bailout money.

#1057151 Boo's Facebook Thread

Posted by Delhommey on 21 February 2011 - 09:15 AM

Accept them, look at their photos and laugh at how fat they've become then delete them a week later.

#1054379 So Jerry Richardson...

Posted by Delhommey on 18 February 2011 - 08:52 AM

Got his infrastructure built for him with our money, and did it in such a way that fans have to buy tickets in order to not lose their initial investment. Then he raised prices while purposely giving us a lesser product last year just so he could pocket the extra money and build a war chest to use as leverage while he locks out his workers until they agree to work longer hours for less money. All this while he's already profitable.

Gordon Gekko wears Jerry Richardson pajamas.

#1051073 The Media has Officially Picked a Side

Posted by Delhommey on 16 February 2011 - 01:15 PM

Why wouldn't I side with a cabal of old men using the full weight of their government endorsed monopoly (whose infrastructure is generously subsidized by public tax dollars) to try and starve a group of workers into having to accept a highly unfavorable deal?

#1039542 'Hidden' Welfare State (us)

Posted by Delhommey on 09 February 2011 - 01:21 PM

As an unmarried single renter with no children and a higher than average salary, I'd like to say y'all are all welcome.

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