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The Raiders Suck and have a weak *** team!

Discussion in 'Smack Talk' started by ChargerRay, Oct 12, 2005.

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  1. ChargerRay

    ChargerRay Producer/Host of BoltTalk Staff Member Super Moderator Podcaster

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    They brought in Randy "Marijuana" Moss and Lamont Jordan in to help their team and what has it gotten them? A sorry *** 1-3 start! Raiders suck! LT and the Chargers own the Faiders even the "Black hole"!
     
  2. Thumper

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    IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT!!!!!!!!!


    THE FAIDERS STILL SUCK


    You may now return to your regularly scheduled forum posts.
     
  3. Gatchaman

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    No contest today! The Raiders are done for the season. They probably couldn't beat the SDSU Aztecs. :lol:
     
  4. ChargerRay

    ChargerRay Producer/Host of BoltTalk Staff Member Super Moderator Podcaster

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    The ad on the bottom..

    Hey Big Bolt's welcome to the forums. The add on the bottom unfortunately is a random google ad that get generated based on words it finds throughout the forums.. It will change though as soon as there is less raider dialog on the forums.
     
  5. Thumper

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    I was thinking about this thread and started wondering, is it really needed? I mean, at this point, isn't is common knowledge that the Raiders suck?
     
  6. ChargersFan

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    Stop saying the "R" word

    Please stop using the "R" word in these forums. I can't stand the ad at the bottom of this page!!!!
     
  7. Gatchaman

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    We also refer to them as the "Faiders"
     
  8. ChargerPowerDude

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  9. T10

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    I second that! :lol:
     
  10. RaiderSithLord

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    Now there is an intelligant well repsoned post
     
  11. SDSWEATHOGS

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    san diego who?????????????????????
     
  12. Mother Earth

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    Perhaps the most common feature of any office kitchen is a stack or two of Styrofoam cups. Styrofoam, which is generically known as polystyrene, is bad news for the environment and for your health.

    In the environment, polystyrene is extremely non-biodegradable and breaks down very slowly. But as it does break down, it can leach styrene - the single-molecule form of polystyrene - into groundwater. If your trashed Styrofoam cup somehow finds its way into a nearby body of water, it can eventually break up into small pieces, with the pieces being ingested by marine animals.

    None of the above environmental effects are good, but the health effects of drinking from polystyrene cups are even worse. The styrene in the cup migrates into the liquid and gets into your body as you sip your beverage. Hot, fatty, acidic, or alcoholic beverages increase the rate of styrene migration. (You can read more about this in our article about Styrofoam cups and styrene migration.)

    So, what is the solution to providing office beverage cups for you and your visitors? We offer two suggestions:

    * Employees: Bring in a mug! ... and quit using Styrofoam cups, period. This is an easy one!

    * Visitors: For visitors, it's a little more complicated. Perhaps your company will spring for a few dozen mugs that bear the company logo; or, if the budget is limited, maybe just plain white mugs. If an order of any type of new mugs is simply unaffordable, ask each employee to bring in an old mug or two to start a pool of mugs for visitors to use. Ask people to only bring in mugs that are not embarrassingly stained or chipped. (An no pottery-class rejects, please!) It's also a good idea to get employees to agree among themselves on a system for ensuring that the mugs get washed and put away after meetings.

    If all that is just too much trouble, or you find you've got a few office prima donnas that won't get with the washing-up program, a last resort that lets you use disposable cups in a relatively environmentally friendly manner is to get biodegradable cups.



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