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#2259319 Andrew Luck the 23rd ranked player in the nfl?

Posted by teeray on 16 June 2013 - 12:41 PM

Just gonna throw this in this conversation as well. If the Carolina Panthers played in the AFC South and had the Colt's schedule they would have won 11 or 12 games.

#2258863 Other than DT what areas have we really improved?

Posted by teeray on 15 June 2013 - 06:47 AM

Adding two studs at DT will automatically upgrade every single position of the defense.


Offensively we don't need players we just need to execute more efficiently and more consistently.  I do not understand and will not understand the hand wringing of our offense other than the new OC.  We have playmakers at every single position and our O-line is better than people are giving them credit for.

#2258333 Active Fathers in a Childs Life

Posted by teeray on 14 June 2013 - 11:59 AM

I run my household in a conservative manner.


You can't coddle kids and help them with their homework.  They have to pick themselves up by their bootstraps and learn their work on their own.


Otherwise they become reliant on parental assistance and will just vote for the same fathers over and over again so they don't have to learn algebra on their own.  They will just suck the parental teat and have no motivation to learn on their own anymore.


I provide no parental assistance to my children.  Why should my hard earned money go to a child that does not contribute to the household economy?


Sure there are some societal deterrents that make it difficult for my children from getting employment like child labor laws.  but the way I see it the Olsen twins had a 500 million dollar empire by the time they were 18.  So don't tell me it can't be done.  If I feed and cloth my children they will never become the Olsen twins because it would be too easy to accept my assistance.  They just want a parental handout!


After all who would know more about raising kids then me?  Sure I don't have any of my own, but I have known a couple kids before and my friends tell me all about them.

#2258314 Giving up pr0n, fapping, general touching of one's self for 1 month

Posted by teeray on 14 June 2013 - 11:39 AM

Hope this helps!!!




#2258186 Giving up pr0n, fapping, general touching of one's self for 1 month

Posted by teeray on 14 June 2013 - 10:06 AM


Who's with me?




#2258093 Andrew Luck the 23rd ranked player in the nfl?

Posted by teeray on 14 June 2013 - 07:26 AM

Mark Sanchez went 11-5, had a 54% comp %, had 4 4Q comebacks, 6 game winning drives, TD% of 3.4, INT % of 2.6, in 2010


All nearly identical to Andrew Luck last season and Sanchez may be out of a job and just got drafted over.


Luck will be a good player in this league.  But he is a looooooooong way from being a top 10 QB and is not one of the 25 best players in the NFL.


My only worry with Luck is, does he have that much upside?


The reason he was so highly rated coming out of the draft is he had a very high floor and was almost bust proof, not because he had a huge ceiling.

#2257881 Andrew Luck the 23rd ranked player in the nfl?

Posted by teeray on 13 June 2013 - 09:53 PM

The ordained one

#2257104 Game Of Thrones Grown Up Talk. Do Not Enter Unless You Have Finished All The...

Posted by teeray on 13 June 2013 - 06:03 AM

John Snow is dead. Deal wit it. B)

#2256634 Happy Fathers day!

Posted by teeray on 12 June 2013 - 03:09 PM

Sometimes you post as if you enjoy having an audience and the anonimity of the web. People that take a hard right or left stand generally do not impress me.

We had a loooonnnngggg thread just a couple weeks back that Zod started with the same arguments in them. To say that blacks have not had an opportunity to progress since the civil war is a reach. I say they are worse off today than they were at several points in the past in some areas and better in others.

I think the government found a group of people they could mold into a dedicated voting bloc and will do all they can to keep the voting bloc. Just keep promising them success right around the corner and blame all their ills on the other side. You fall right in line with this thinking.

Nevermind the blind dedication to one party for 50-60 years, all the while their families are going away, shools are crappy, teachers do not care, housing is lousy and the government is spending more today than ever. I say the government doesn't care as much about their plight as their vote. Period.

You can fall into the left leaning talking points and blame the right all day long, not that they don't have faults, but the one sided arguments are just silly. Nothing better for any human than to be self sufficient. They find that they need neither party. Neither party wants to be UN needed.


Welp, first off I do love an audience for sure.  However, I could give a poo about anonymity of the internet.  If you want to come share a bourbon and sit on my front porch while having the same conversation we can work something out.


If there is a voting block that is being excessively benefited by the government it is not our poor.  The bottom 20% in terms of, wealth receive only 2.8% of our total government tax expenditure,  The top 20% receive 66% of total government tax expenditure.


The top 1% receives 23.9% of total tax expenditure benefits, more than 8 times that of the bottom 20%


Only 9% of people receiving entitlements are non-working poor.  91% goes to elderly, veterans, disabled, or working poor.


Out of entitlement spending in general, the poor only receive 32% of total expenditures.  the middle class receives 58% of entitlement expenditures.


So point being, if they are trying to buy the poor's vote they are doing a pretty terrible job of it.


If your concern is excess spending you are targeting the wrong group.  You should be demagoguing the middle class, not the poor.


If the Democrats are trying to buy votes through entitlements why did the middle class which received 58% of entitlement money vote overwhelmingly for Mitt Romney by double digits?


It isn't a left wing thing, conservative pundits just make this stuff up in their heads so you can continue to blame people who are not to blame for the budgetary struggles of our government and all that is wrong with our society. 


Once you step outside the bubble you realize that the poor are not the budgets problem and is not society's problem.

#2256543 Happy Fathers day!

Posted by teeray on 12 June 2013 - 01:26 PM

Seems like we have had this discussion hundreds of times by different thread names.

Chicken or the egg?

Poverty begats bad choices or bad choices begets poverty. Could be argued all day.

Either way, the fact that one parent households, no matter the color, are going to have it exponentially harder, is a given.

I think we have also discussed governments role in this, but again, chicken or the egg, does the government help those in need, or by their misguided efforts, create need?

Chicken or the egg is the wrong analogy. The question of the chicken or the egg is which came first. In the case of the African American community we know which came first.

When the south lost the war and the slaves were freed the only were free from the bondage of men but were immediately re-enslaved into the bondage of poverty and a bigoted society. They were not properly educated, had no trade skills outside of manual labor, most could not read, etc. It wasn't for another 100 years that they even received equal civil rights.

They have been crawling out of the hole we dug them through slavery and a societal bigotry that is still embering under the surface of society today. And then we tell them to pick themselves up by their own bootstraps and get off the government teat and stop being lazy.

Some people act like the African Americans were once a great and wealthy subset of the United States and through laziness and bad decisions destroyed their once prosperous culture and they have no one to blame but themselves.

We know which came first. It was the poverty. The south was willing to end the practice of slavery despite what the history books tell you. But the south wanted it to be in a phased manner tied in with education and/or trade skills much like most northern states did. But the north had other plans. Would it have made a difference? I don't know. But it sure seems like a better plan that what the north did.

The good news is that society is indeed progressing, and I think as society progresses so will the plight of the African Americans.

The only thing slowing that progress is certain political parties continuing to lay the plight of all the United States problems at the feet of African Americans.

Budget is a mess! Blame African Americans

Crime is up! Blame African Americans

A Democrat was elected President! Blame African Americans wanting to keep their welfare checks.

#2256106 Just left 'This Is The End'

Posted by teeray on 11 June 2013 - 08:47 PM

My only question. Did Danny McBride bring his A game?

#2255771 The Mythical "Real Job".........DA DA DAAAAAAAA!

Posted by teeray on 11 June 2013 - 12:27 PM

1)  Don't use the f-word more than twice


2)  dress formally.  If you need a visual you have to look exactly like this including your face and physique:



3)  If they ask you what you biggest strength is say "my pecs"


4)  If they ask you what your biggest weakness is tell them "I have a bad habit of destroying the people and their families that don't hire me.  Capisce?"


5)  Interviewers like for interviewees to ask questions, so in order to save time answer every question with a question.  If the interviewer gets frustrated and asks why you are doing it tell him/her that you are streamlining the conversation to make it more efficient to save the company money.  Then spend the rest of the interview bragging about how you are already saving the company money and telling him or her there is more where that came from.


6)  It is important to develop a rapport with your potential boss.  So if it is a man when he shakes your hand, slap him in the nuts like you would with a frat buddy when you are both wasted and then while he is laying on the ground yell at him  "I got you bro.  I got you!" 


If it is a woman break the ice with a super funny joke like "I believe I am here to meet with your boss.  Do you know where I can find him?"


You do those 6 things you will be in good shape.  Good luck man




#2254958 Game of Thrones-HBO-Seasons 1, 2, 3

Posted by teeray on 10 June 2013 - 06:23 PM

I know this is childish, but I really really want to punch Ramsay in the face

I know what you mean. I just wanted to grab that pork sausage and slap him across the face with it

*insert sexual innuendo joke here *

#2254401 Game Of Thrones Grown Up Talk. Do Not Enter Unless You Have Finished All The...

Posted by teeray on 10 June 2013 - 08:37 AM

BTW I think John Snow is dead as a doornail. I think his death throws the nights watch into disarray and Snows death is what allows the white walkers to penetrate the wall and unleash a wintery hell on Westeros.

I also think the Hound is alive and well and he will be an important character by the end of the books.

#2253978 Why Do You Believe What You Believe? - - a thread to expound on your ideologi...

Posted by teeray on 09 June 2013 - 03:54 PM

KT's ban is not lifted.
One reason I asked the question about the Huddle being diverse.
The Huddle does have diverse middle class white guy posters here, but conservative views are ridiculed with great venom.

I don't think we ridicule conservative views. It's just that conservative views are stupid and anyone who believes them are racist idiots. ;)

Other than that they are fine.

I kid I kid

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