Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Blue Bolt, Apr 19, 2011.
Completely OT- I award this huge ARSE to whoever likes them like this, myself excluded:
All part of the LA move
This may rub many San Diego Chargers fans the wrong way, but AFAIC, good riddance! All that talk about hurting the City, the local businesses, yada, yada is just horse manure! Of course some niche business will suffer, but hey, that is the nature of capitalistic Darwinism at its best (although ironically the NFL itself is a model of socialistic co-op!) San Diego is a thriving County comprised of many thriving industries within its many cities. San Diego will be fine.
I'm disgusted with Chargers right now, so I'm finding diversions:
I personally like and take the Fairy. I think that the Mermaid was recently involved in a car accident! Her airbags seem fully deployed!
A socialistic co-op that screws over its old workers while paying its new ones millions....
Who said socialism was perfect?
Those pinko Romney-haters, that's who
By the way blitz, you think Obama is going to choke as hard as the Chargers?
Or will he bounce back?
Most of them are residents of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. They don't count!
At least the Chargers show up to play the first half Obama? He mailed it in
In all seriousness, the sort of presentation which Romney masterfully beat the outta a hapless Obama (and Lehrer) in that first debate will not suit a town hall format. Both must pay more attention to addressing the audience as opposed to each other and refer to one another in the "third person terms" Farging Obama must defend his friggin record instead of running away from it! Throughout his Presidency, he has let the GOP to set the tone, engineer their narrative and define him as this "other" Obama. I'll expect a slight edge toward Obama for tomorrow's debate both stylistically and substantively, but I think that the 3rd and the final debate will be the crucial one.
Disclaimer: I don't know
I'd expect him to start tearing into all the fake stats that Romney threw around in the last debate. I'm hoping he takes Romney seriously now. Margins in Virginia, Nevada, Ohio, and Iowa are getting cut. Obama can't sustain more of that shite.
Hello... hello... ??
He ought to be careful! This country is pretty much 45-45-10 in this election cycle. MJ's old Chimp (RIP... Bubbles?) could be one of the either candidates and it'd still be 45-45-10! Most of the 10 are low information electorates. They already have a strong hunch as to whom they are going to vote for. These people LOVE the attention and for some reason believe that they have the "divine" task of deciding for the entire Nation. Good luck
Has first place every felt worse?......... #dontgetmestarted
Hey, we were just discussing socialism...hahahahah
Romney's hair is probably starting to win them over.
We're in 2nd due to H2H.
Here's one from Nick that Ringo should appreciate.......
The Chargers are finished. Done. Perfectly cooked – seared on the outside and moist and tender on the inside for the NFL’s holiday dining pleasure. No need to worry about toughness or bone. There is no gristle or spine.
Turn off the grill.
I knew that.
The D is still growing its spine. It took a hit tonight though. Unknown if it will recover soon...
Let's all sing the Internationalé.
Solidarity foooo eeeeev eerrrrrrrr.
One thing that's funny is the 'explanations for last year's crap' that the journalists trotted out this summer.
Now that Jammer's divorce is done, everything was supposed to be fine.
And Rivers was trying to do too much, but that won't happen again.
Frankly I think Rivers is questioning his future with either abstinence or brazillions of more kids on the way. That'd **** with anyone.
Hair on his head or on his arse? #imjustasking
And here I thought the damned of the Earth were Chargers fans...
The arse part comes after he wins.
Back to back losses where the offense couldn't score in the 2nd half, and the defense just evaporated will be very hard to recover from. This is going to be one very long bye week, as the players have to dwell on what they've wrought.
I'm sure the players will move on. Key will be the coaches getting them to learn from their mistakes. And, more challenging, the coaches learning from their own mistakes.
Nice one. We be prisoners of starvation too. haha...
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