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Anyone remeber 97?

Discussion in 'Smack Talk' started by RaiderSithLord, Nov 28, 2005.

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  1. RaiderSithLord

    RaiderSithLord BoltTalker

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    That one goes down as the most pathetic Raider season in my lifetime.

    OUr team had crumbled, but we still managed to kill the bolts in SD.
     
  2. T10

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    I remember, but it's 2005 now and your team is even more pathetic than the one in 97.
     
  3. SDWILLDOMINATEU

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    And we are a better team then the 97 team. So what does that tell us. Bolts win big in SD.

    SD 31 Oak 17


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  4. Chargerpower

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    Geeze that was 8 years ago! Typical Faider fan living in the past! The Faiders have no chance this weekend.
     
  5. SDSWEATHOGS

    SDSWEATHOGS Banned Banned

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    charger fans don't talk about their past because it is to shameful!!!!!! they have no history to look back to and be proud of
     
  6. T10

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    No history? That’s a statement from a misinformed Charger hater not a true football fan. We had a great season in '94 when we won the AFC and went to the Super Bowl, then we have the Air Coryell days (those years alone are enough history to be proud of), plus we were AFL champions back in the 60’s. We’re proud of all that, but we don’t live in the past like you Raider fans. It’s what you do now that matters and you guys aren’t doing much of anything.
     
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    air coryell huh, wow! You guys really settle for the bear minimum!!!! And just for the record, I don't hate the chargers...they're done pretty good, it's the jelousy of the idiot charger fans that don't know **** that I hate...
     
  8. Gatchaman

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    Jealousy? There is nothing that you guys have that we are jealous about! The Raiders as a team is not what we hate, they suck, but we don't hate the players. It's the stupid, unknowledgeable fans like you who can't speak of anything but the PAST.
     
  9. Mother Earth

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    If you buy plastic trash bags for that kitchen can, here's a way to save a few bucks: Use standard plastic grocery bags as trash can liners instead.

    The grocery bags tend to not be quite as large as standard kitchen liners, so you may need to invest in a new, slightly narrower trash can. (Maybe your garage or shed can use the old trash can?) Medium-sized rectangular models seem to work well.

    The slightly smaller size of the grocery/trash bags will probably mean you'll have to empty the can slightly more often, but the bags are free, and you will have eliminated the environmental cost of using specially manufactured trash bags.

    Here are a couple of hints to make the free-trash-bag game work well for you:

    * Check the bags for small holes that may have occurred while you were transporting your groceries home. If you avoid putting liquid or gooey stuff in the trash can, the little holes aren't much of a problem, but it's always better to start with an un-holey bag. Any bags that are unusable because they've got swiss-cheese disease can often be recycled at your grocery store.
    * When you empty the trash, you can get the bags to stay closed better if you use the handles to tie a triple-knot (instead of the normal double-knot). No twist-ties or plastic strappy things required!

    picture a trash can liner You can also save the large plastic shopping bags some stores give you for bulky items that you've purchased. These are good for the times when you need something closer to a 30-gallon bag than a kitchen trash bag.

    We pause now to salute the nonsensical saying, "It goes without saying", because that phrase is ALWAYS followed by the thing that supposedly does not need to be said. In this case, it may be obvious, but we're going to say it anyway: Your trash bag usage will fall even more if you can boost your level of recycling of paper, glass, plastic and aluminum. Starting a compost pile for your vegetable waste will reduce your trash output even more. (How much trash per person does your household put out compared to the houses around you? Who are "the trashy neighbors" on your street?)

    So, when the grocery checker disturbs your entranced perusal of the tabloid headlines with the inevitable question, "Paper or plastic?" remember that "plastic" can be the right answer. One final thought: Do you REALLY want the drug store clerk to put just that one little pack of gum or other single item in a bag in the first place?
     
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