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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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    I've just come across the "NEW again" Mickey Rourke ........................

    Much better Dood !!!! :tup:

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    "...Mind you, the article couldn't even find room for a pic of him to put with the story, so obviously he wasn't that big a deal.

    Had no idea he had left the Pat's, was he cut or did he just move on ? ........................to bad, I'd have liked to have seen him in the Queefs backfield against River's twice a year
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    WTF! So that's your praise of the guy?! Bottles the mind! :eek:
     
  3. Okie

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    You remember his praise for Osgood, don't you? This is a bonafide reference in comparison:tup:
     
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  4. Blue Bolt

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    Mr. Frost is stingy when it comes to his praise.
     
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  5. Blue Bolt

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    Notes from Tom Krasovic......

    The Chargers completed their 13th practice of camp Saturday. Here's what I saw:

    • The team regained starters Corey Liuget, Chris Watt and Brandon Flowers, who all sat out Thursday's exhibition because of injury. Liuget worked in team and individual drills, and Watt performed a few individual drills. Flowers, who last practiced July 30, wore a helmet and soft pads while observing drills and running on a side field.

    Dwight Freeney showed good burst against King Dunlap. Encouraged by his speed and stamina, Freeney said he's on track to be ready for the season opener. "Everything's there," he said. "Everything's there right now."

    Lawrence Guy (shoulder) was in a sling, two days after the end-tackle left Thursday's game after tackling quarterback Brandon Weeden. Nose tackles Sean Lissemore and Tenny Palepoi again saw spot duty at end, where Guy and Liuget have missed time and where Lissemore, barging by a starting guard to stuff a run play, made the first line's best play versus Dallas. Palepoi, undrafted out of Utah, is ahead of fellow rookie Ryan Carrethers, a fifth-round draftee, in the rotations.

    Jason Verrett, wearing the red jersey for the sixth consecutive practice, worked at both left and right cornerback. He clung to several receivers, though Keenan Allen lost him by three yards to catch an in-breaking pass. Allen described Verrett as "very physical," though the rookie is coming back from shoulder surgery. Verrett broke up a pass meant for Dontrelle Inman.

    • Upon catching a pass, rookie Branden Oliver eluded two defenders with a quick cut. Oliver, who said he is 5-foot-6, is similar to Danny Woodhead at darting east-west. He has outmaneuvered several defenders since last spring. As shifty as he is, he doesn't overindulge his gift. He shoots upfield off the cut.
     
  6. jackfrost

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    I neither praised nor dogged the guy, simply stated that he gave his all on the field, which usually had very little effect on a game, meaning, he was a very average player.

    Was more hanging it on the article for not even displaying a pic/video of the guy to be honest, I wouldn't have minded seeing the butt fumble again. ;)
     
  7. jackfrost

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    As has been the case forever when it comes to the majority of Charger fans..................... they do tend to slightly over rate their "hero's".

    Osgood was another one of those that was afforded God-like status while wearing the jersey, but provided zilch other than the odd ST play here and there and a big mouth of his over-inflated opinion of his talents ofcourse.

    p.s......................has anyone signed Nate "The greatest FG % kicker in NFL history" Keading yet ?

    No !!!! :eek:

    How can that be ? :whistling:
     
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  8. Okie

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    If we could even get through preseason (the whole season would be too much to ask for) with just half the injuries we've had in forever, I don't think I'd know whether to :poop: or go blind!
     
  9. jackfrost

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    Stingy in praise who are undeserving you mean ?.................absolutely.

    Have never understood all the "love" afforded so called good players, who's greatest claim to fame has been underachievement, of which the Chargers have had plenty of over the years.

    There's been plenty in here guilty of that, yet they'll only ever admit to it once it becomes obvious and acceptable by a 99% majority rule. :rolleyes:

    Same thing with AJ and Norf ...................even after 3 underperforming years, the majority were still saying Norf could coach and AJ was a God, but it took 3 more years of buffoonery and excuses for Simpleton Spanos to finally realized they were dud's and that he game had passed them by.

    Praise dud's all you want, wont ever turn them into players who are difference makers. ;)
     
  10. Okie

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    He died. Choked on a Super Bowl chili special at some diner.
     
  11. jackfrost

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    Seems injuries are far more prevalent these days for whatever reason (that's an argument for another day though), every club has to deal with them though, but we seem to have players that just can't stay fit for whatever reason.

    I think last year was an improvement over previous years though, less soft tissue injuries for memory, let's hope that trend continues.
     
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    PUMPY will have to finally remove his Bighead poster now ........................ NOT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D
     
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    A 17 year old kid didn't appreciate Tony Stewart racing him hard, then gets killed trying to get in Tony's face- while Tony was still behind the wheel of a moving sprint car. Absolutely tragic.

     
  14. jackfrost

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    Why the hell are you up at this time on a Sat morn by he way ???
     
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    WHAT THE FARK ?????????????

    Is this serious ?

    When did this happen ?

    Has he been charged with anything ?

    OK, gotta go check this out ...........
     
  16. Okie

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    I work nights. Had to work last night, gonna hit the sack in a few.
     
  17. Okie

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    The kid is dead, so I'd say it's dead serious.

    Last night.

    Nope.

    You do that.
     
  18. jackfrost

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    Ohhh, so your just getting home ................ how's work going by the way ?

    Man, what the frick was that kid thinking ?.................looks from that video like Steward never even seen him until it was to late (decked out in a Black suit wouldnt have helped) .................what a ridiculous move on his behalf, has paid the ultimate price for it.
     
  19. Okie

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    You mean after getting rid of a drunken quack of a doctor who handed out vicodin like humanitarian rice to Ethiopians, we had LESS injuries? Coinkadink???:speechless:

    Oh, BTW, apparently the CA attorney general is also looking into why Chow's good drinking buddy Junior Seau had a prescription sedative in his system during autopsy.
     
  20. jackfrost

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    Mate, in this world of computers, photoshop and fakeness, one has to be a little weary at times......................half the crap out there these days is totally phony, ye ypu'd be amazed at hwmany idiots actually believe its authentic. :rolleyes:
     
  21. jackfrost

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    I couldn't be bothered even mentioning his name ............... and I called into question HIS character back when Steroidman first hit the headlines ...............................but ofcourse nobody wanted to hear that either at the time. :whistling:

    Oh yeah, I'd read about that quite awhile ago ................ it's NO coincidence, trust me, Chow Chow is guilty of being the lowest lifeform on this planet, of that I have no doubt.
     
  22. Okie

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    Up to 12 hours a day, 5-7 days a week. It sucks, but it pays the bills. Now if I can just stop having to get vehicles fixed every other week, I could actually get my head above water. Mini van blew a motor, bought a 79 Jeep Wagoneer. TEN MPG. Then the tranny goes. Found a good old Mazda truck cheap, guy couldn't get the brakes right on it. Took it straight to a shop, $150 and a master cylinder later, I now have a reliable (knock on wood), 25 MPG vehicle. Still need to fix the Jeep, because when these back country roads freeze over, that truck will end up in a ditch.

    As for the kid, tragic. I hate it for the parents. Tony Stewart as well. He didn't do anything wrong, but being a big name, his reputation is farged.
     
  23. jackfrost

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    Ive just read a few different reports, some are saying it seems he accelerated and fishtailed, thus hitting the kid with the back tire.............. be interesting to see the outcome of his one.

    Wont help his cause that he's a known hothead, I can see lawsuits galore coming out of this at the very least.

    Bottom line though...................... kid should NEVER have been where he was to begin with.

    A '79 Jeep !!!! :eek: ...................holy rustbucket, I can't believe something 35 years old is still in one piece, let alone drivable....................so you really expected the transmission had much left ???? ;)
     
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    Right now, my lowest life form award goes to Jesse Ventura. You just don't sue the widow of a hero, regardless of whether you got knocked the farg out or not.
     
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    Don't knock my baby! (you may dislodge about 10 pounds of rust:confused:) I got plans for it. It's gonna be my play toy, as well as my get me to civilization when the snow/ice hits vehicle. I got it for the price of scrap and drove it 7 months without a hiccup. I put a few grand into this and it will last me a helluva lot longer than one of these newer, overpriced disposable cars. Plus, when I start it up, it sounds like the opening drum solo to Hot For Teacher. Always a plus!:tup:
     
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    hahahahahahaha, good to see that Ol' Hillbilly spirit is alive and kicking !!! :tup:
     
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    I did read that story ......................... whole thing sounds a little suss from both sides (nothing new there)

    But yeah, I can understand how most would be siding with the woman.

    No ex pollie is every going to win a popularity contest, regardless of the facts.
     
  28. Okie

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    Wait til I forego a paint job and slap on a Realtree wrap instead:abq2:
     
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    Speaking of hillbillies, here's some Finnish ones

     
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    I'm surprised Kentucky hasn't kidnapped those good ol' boys and acclaimed them a state treasure.
     

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