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Nonsense and Non Sequiturs

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Blue Bolt, Apr 19, 2011.

  1. jackfrost

    jackfrost Well-Known Member

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    Oh yeah......................now there's a real "winner" of a comp if ever I've seen one.

    Typical Rams ................... that organisation has been ripping off its supporters since the day they arrived in town.

    When I first seen it, I thought, well thats a fair prize, but then I read it more closely and realized that you had to actually name the games in order and all the other bullshite associated. :rolleyes:

    Farging NostraFrostas couldn't pull that one outta his arse, typical of those pricks, offer up something totally unwinnable..........................corksoakers !!! :cautious:
     
  2. jackfrost

    jackfrost Well-Known Member

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    Ahhhh YES, "the winning trade" that netted the Gnats 2 Superbowls and us ZERO appearances thus far.

    YEP, that sounds like a "win"to me !!! :whistling:
     
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    What is Luis Castillo up to these days Conc ?????????????????????? :roflmao:
     
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    jackfrost Well-Known Member

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    He does have his moments (albeit rarely) .........................bet it has something to do with that Red Moon shite the other night !!! [​IMG]
     
  5. jackfrost

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    I may have to find the farging Gum boots shortly................... the love-juice in here is getting deeper and almost lapping my ankles.
     
  6. Blitzy

    Blitzy Rainbow Bolt

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    Hey Matilda, just keep reading on... Never make a hasty comment in this thread ;)
     
  7. jackfrost

    jackfrost Well-Known Member

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    OK, thats cool ..............how do you do that ?

    He also has a pidgeon chest from slapping himself on the back so often. :laugh:
     
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  8. Blitzy

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    I refer you to my previous post ;)
     
  9. jackfrost

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    HEY.............lets leave Bucko out of this convo when he's not here to defend himself.
     
  10. jackfrost

    jackfrost Well-Known Member

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    I think they are neighbours ................... or whats also commonly known as in that part of the world.............. "Bum Chums" ( make of that reference what you will)
     
  11. Pumpkin Bolt

    Pumpkin Bolt Zin me!

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  12. jackfrost

    jackfrost Well-Known Member

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    What the farg have I congratulated myself about lately ???

    I was first to admit I was totally off the mark in my prognostications about the W/L record last year and was more than happy to own it.

    Now you on the other hand, are yet to ever own up to anything that I recall !!! :D
     
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    jackfrost Well-Known Member

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    So where's the "agree" thingamajiggy ya useless sandal-wearing bare-back rider ????????
     
  14. jackfrost

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    ....and what a horrid pair they make !!!! [​IMG]
     
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    Is BLEW moonlighting as Maylock ??? ............. :roflmao:
     
  16. jackfrost

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    Well yeah ............................seeing as Larry the Lemon only counts as 1/4 a defender when on the field, then what hope do we have ?

    The QEII can be docked quicker than Larry making up the 70 yards he's ran past the oppossing QB on any given snap........................poor bastard has to contend with the concession stand crowds, hot dog vendors and the beer guys before he even see's the grass again, that can't be easy.
     
  17. jackfrost

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    Why stop now ?????????????????????????????????? [​IMG]
     
  18. jackfrost

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    Im Mc Lovin' the vibes between you and SandyBob ........................ he also looks good in a turban I might add, so thats a couple of things you guys have in common !!! ;)
     
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    PUMP !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :mad:

    Thats only played on special occasions ............................like when we enter the hot tub.
     
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    I love me Easter ....................... "Good Friday" off tomorrow (because us Aussies are such a God-fearing bunch of heathens afterall ;)), one of the few public holidays I don't lose because it doesn't fall on a farging Monday !!! :D

    Always found that rather amusing when living over there ..................... for being such a "fervent religious culture", Easter isn't celebrated much at all......................hell, I'd rank Valentines Day as taken more seriously !!! :p


    [​IMG]
     
  21. Blitzy

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    I personally prefer the Sikh Dastar as opposed to the Muslim turban. I've been told that the dastar really brings out my hazel eyes ;) Something like this one (but not so much Vikingish purple):

    [​IMG]

    Sandybob on the other hand, I would imagine that he prefers to sport this type, complemented with the Palestinian Keffiyeh (to be truthful to the radical type who he is) :D

    [​IMG]
     
  22. jackfrost

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    No, you've nailed it in one, nice work. I recall seeing SandyBob in a red/white full on Sheik wrap/teatowel for memory, it was most becoming.

    That number above is very chic, powder blue replacing the purple would be a plus and I could see you wooing those Persian Princesses in those "silks" !!! :tup:
     
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    This is the look for this year. A simple, but elegant design inspired by those caps you put on the chair legs to prevent scratching the hardwood.

    [​IMG]

    Purple is in. Go Norv!
     
  24. Blitzy

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    At the rate which he's going Northward, you may just get your wish as he'll end up with you in Ol' Canada :D
     
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    Sandolf Blue Moon Rising

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    Cleveland was closer. Speaking of the CFL... Ocho Stinko signed with Montreal.
     
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    Well if it's good enough for Chaddy Johnson, I see no reason why Norf can't fargup consistently north of the border, just as he did down South.

    Maybe curling is his calling ?
     
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    Aaaahahahahahahahaha.........................those great minds thinking alike again SandyBob ....................... thats ruined your day no doubt !!! ;)
     
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    I see Meachem has himself another contract with the Saints .....

    Has to rank right up there with the "luckiest barstards to ever walk the face of the earth"

    Has to have pictures of the owners Missus !!!
     
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    The Saints must have really wanted him for that "vaunted" Norf playbook from 2012 :laugh: :roflmao: :laugh:
     
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    Why trading down makes sense for Telesco
    By Eric D. Williams | ESPN.com

    Good morning. As we try to predict what player or positional need the San Diego Chargers could fill with the team’s No. 25 overall selection in this year’s draft, there’s a chance general manager Tom Telesco could trade out of the first round all together.

    And while that doesn't make for an exciting experience for fans attending Chargers draft parties on Day 1 of the draft, scooping up an extra pick could help Telesco fill in depth for this year’s team, especially with no compensatory picks this year.

    At No. 25, the Chargers sit in front of a QB-needy team in Cleveland at No. 26. So San Diego sits at one of potential trading points of the first round, particularly if a team such as Jacksonville, Oakland or Houston didn’t get their quarterback at the top of the first round, and now wants to trade back into the end of the first round to draft someone such as Teddy Bridgewater, Johnny Manziel, Blake Bortles or Derek Carr.

    As ESPN Jaguars beat reporter Mike DiRocco indicates, Jacksonville had Bridgewater back for a second visit. The Louisville quarterback fits Gus Bradley’s offensive system. And from Bradley’s experience in Seattle with Russell Wilson, he understands how important it is to have good leadership and a strong work ethic at the quarterback position.

    But the Jaguars probably will not pull the trigger at No. 3 on Bridgewater. Jacksonville has 11 picks overall, including the seventh pick in the second round (39th overall), so they have enough draft ammunition to trade back up into the first round to select someone like Bridgewater.

    The Jaguars probably will not use all 11 picks, and they can afford to lose a pick in order to get the player they want.

    Getting ahead of a team that needs a quarterback, such as Cleveland, would be advantageous for Jacksonville. And Jaguars general manager David Caldwell has a good relationship with Telesco from their time working together in Indianapolis.

    Actually, the two have known each since their high school days at St. Francis in Buffalo, N.Y., and played college together at John Carroll University, where Telesco played receiver and Caldwell played linebacker.

    Both the Chargers and the Jaguars probably run similar draft boards, so putting a deal together should not be too complicated. According to this draft chart, the Jaguars could trade their second round pick (39) and third-round selection (No. 70) for San Diego’s first round selection (No. 25).

    The trade would give San Diego four picks in the sweet spot of this year’s draft, at 39, 57, 70 and their own third-round selection at No. 89. According to ESPN draft analyst Todd McShay’s top 150 draft prospects, the Chargers could still fill the team’s most obvious needs in the second round.

    Cornerbacks such as Nebraska’s Stan Jean-Baptiste or Lindenwood’s Pierre Desirare still available. Interior offensive lineman such as Nevada’s Joel Bitonio and Xavier Su’a-Filo likely will be on the board.

    Pass-rushers such as Auburn’s Dee Ford or Oregon State’s Scott Crichton could be available in the second round.

    Or San Diego could get a playmaking receiver such as Indiana’s Cody Latimer or Vanderbilt’s Jordan Matthews at this point of the draft. By trading down, the Chargers could give themselves an opportunity to add three impact players in Day 2 of the draft.
     

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