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Pejorative Miscreant

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#3223940 Rivera up for Coach of the Year Again

Posted by Pejorative Miscreant on Today, 07:05 AM

Good to see him get recognition from Billick, the former head coach of a Super Bowl winning team who knows orders of magnitude more about being an NFL head coach than the sum total of all the Huddlers put together.

Unless someone on this board has also coached a Super Bowl winning team, I'd suggest that you accept Ron just might know what he's doing.

With everything.

Including his OC and ST coaches.


Well put. I think coaching is a thankless job when you are losing and Ron had his share this year. I think he gets props for keeping the locker room together but what he also did is keep his staff focused and they were able to maintain and manage their areas. It's easy to manage when things are going well but when poo hits the fan stuff starts to unravel if your not careful. Usually it's starts at the top. That never happened. He's not perfect by any stretch but he worked through a lot of poo.


#3223098 I have recently been exposed to the idiocy of the food babe

Posted by Pejorative Miscreant on Yesterday, 08:23 AM

Hot. Would bang.


Ditto on this. Sums up the entire thread for me. I want to eat organic now.


#3221183 let's talk about chris kyle

Posted by Pejorative Miscreant on 27 January 2015 - 08:14 AM

And considering the bloodiest and most violent of conflicts have been in defense of or advancing the notion of one religious belief over another, one could then surmise that religion in general is immoral.

But, I would suggest that war may lead people to behave in immoral ways, but that behavior does not necessarily forever brand an individual as immoral. The emotional turmoil, the PTSD, the internal wrestling that tears apart some individuals is a manifestation of what I think you're construing as immoral behavior by an otherwise moral individual.

It's the ones who cross over into the lunatic fringe and never return who are the victims of this immorality. Those who unable to resolve what they participated in during war are those who deserve all the help they can get. Then there are those who choose not to resolve it, but revel in it and live a life where the lines between right and wrong no longer exist... those are the dangerous folks.


Well said. It's easy to label something or someone in a given situation, but is it that person utilizing the circumstances to act in a certain way or is he acting in a certain way due to the circumstances he is faced with? As I read this novel I find myself not liking Kyle (or rather, the person he became?) but at the same time sympathizing with him for the situations he endured, but labeling him immoral is over the top IMO.


#3220202 Fantasy Mock Draft....

Posted by Pejorative Miscreant on 26 January 2015 - 01:11 AM

These drafts are less likely to happen then me hooking up with a living Marilyn Monroe

 

Something to pass the time though.  I collected 18 picks on that simulator just for grins and giggles.  Long way til draft day and an even longer way til TC.




#3219514 Why are so many Muslims violent in the modern era?

Posted by Pejorative Miscreant on 25 January 2015 - 06:04 AM

More evidence to fight against this claim some of you keep making, a. Under the assumption i am just talking about violence against westerners and b. Islamic terriorism is just retaliation against being oppressed by westerners.



"Baga on Jan. 7 — the same day gunmen entered the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo and opened fire, killing most of the satirical publication’s senior staff. The latter story captured the bulk of international coverage.

It’s still not clear how many people died in Baga alone. The number is certainly in the hundreds, although some officials fear the death toll could be as high as 2,000.


Abubakar Shekau in a video screengrab. (AFP)
Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau has reportedly since bragged about the killings and promised more. “We indeed killed them, as our Lord instructed us in His Book,” he said in a video. “We will not stop. This is not much. You’ll see."
https://www.google.c...8Ku6OpvWljMVrCg
http://www.cbsnews.c...uction-in-baga/

Let's not forget all the girls that have been kidnapped by them in the name of Allah and for their extremist religious reasons.


I Think no one has responded to this because they are unable to correlate the Bush humanitarian efforts to Boko Haram's terror. These are clearly atrocities on innocent people in the name of religion. I find it ironic that people in this forum can sympathize with these whackos that kill in the name of religion but express outrage because some Christian idiot sees a pentagram in a potato chip (or something like that. It was thread worthy though).

So we start threads about idiot religious nut balls seeing pentagram a but ignore and excuse beheadings by other idiot religious nutballs ( who appear to have a maniacal violent streak).

I think we need to collectively turn off MSNBC and FOX and maybe form a thought on our own if for nothing else a change of pace.


#3217974 Is grabbing your crotch

Posted by Pejorative Miscreant on 23 January 2015 - 11:58 AM

Was born near Chernobyl. Radiation makes things bigger ;)


Two headed snake that glows in the dark kind of radiation. Chernobyl was bad man.


#3217673 They call you insane. I call you my base.

Posted by Pejorative Miscreant on 23 January 2015 - 12:07 AM

Who?

Stupid thread about a stupid person.


#3217467 The Final Solution?

Posted by Pejorative Miscreant on 22 January 2015 - 07:12 PM

Freakonomics. They also have a show.

 

The abortion link to crimes rates has been mostly debunked.

 

did not know that it had been debunked.  some interesting stuff but apparently needs to be taken with a grain of salt.

 

Thanks for the info




#3216728 let's talk about chris kyle

Posted by Pejorative Miscreant on 22 January 2015 - 07:45 AM

was this thread about debating rules of engagement?  I dont see it in OP's title or post.  I think that discussion would be a good one though.




#3216705 Strickland on Ealy (your first off-season fluff piece).

Posted by Pejorative Miscreant on 22 January 2015 - 05:10 AM

IMO at the end of the season Ealy was ahead of where I though he would be. Not a cure for the DE position but it helps. Would love to sign CJ to a more cap friendly contract.


#3214898 Re-Drafting all of the Panthers Rookies....

Posted by Pejorative Miscreant on 20 January 2015 - 05:57 PM

No matter what I think this draft pull was huge. Even with what's his name going to NE we had a good haul including UDFA rounding the roster out. That's the GM seeing talent and the coaches being able to utilize it. I like the fact we've been able to do it and excel 2 years in a row with those players.


#3214874 Prayer Requests

Posted by Pejorative Miscreant on 20 January 2015 - 05:38 PM

I wish I could be disappointed with the response from folks but when I saw the thread I expected this and far worse. The request was genuine enough and didn't deride anyone of any political affiliation or religion.

Yet we still need to make fun of someone for their stance and their beliefs. You all complain about repubs and dems but if you want to know why nothing gets done in advancing this country look in the mirror. The guy you voted for and elected is exactly like you and probably has the same myopic lens prescription.


#3214631 SI.COM redrafts first round - 4 panther rookies selected

Posted by Pejorative Miscreant on 20 January 2015 - 02:33 PM

Crazy.

Norwell and Turner should as well been on there too.

 

I think these guys are probably outside of the first but definitely are higher than where they were chosen (or not chosen in Norwell's case).  Adarius Glanton is another UDFA pickup that produced and probably should have been drafted.  We have hit on these guys two years in a row.  White, Glanton, Norwell, Philly Brown and to a lesser extent Lester.  The talent value we are getting is quite impressive.




#3205392 THUGS in OHIO RIOT after Championship win, nobody cares.

Posted by Pejorative Miscreant on 14 January 2015 - 08:58 PM

On the surface I believe this to be identical to Ferguson revelers.

How many Bosnians were beat to death by OSU revelers. Did not see that stat.


#3203149 Another FA thread... but this one has lists and links

Posted by Pejorative Miscreant on 13 January 2015 - 01:36 PM

Nate Irving is interesting.  Not just because of Klien but also the potential TD situation that could bubble up.