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04-14-2013, 06:24 PM
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How High is correct.

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04-14-2013, 06:25 PM
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Man I thought for sure Cabrera just won the playoffs,

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Aaaaaaaand Scott wins it at the 10th hole. Meh. Good for him and Australia.

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04-14-2013, 07:14 PM
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That was a pretty entertaining end to the Masters.

Longtime former Tiger caddy Steve Williams caddied for Scott. Famous falling out with Tiger. I root for Tiger when he's in contention at majors, but this is the funniest tweet I've seen all year.

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04-14-2013, 08:02 PM
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That was a pretty entertaining end to the Masters.

Longtime former Tiger caddy Steve Williams caddied for Scott. Famous falling out with Tiger. I root for Tiger when he's in contention at majors, but this is the funniest tweet I've seen all year.
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04-14-2013, 08:38 PM
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With Motte likely out for the whole year.. I'd love to see the Cards sign Wilson, he was rough last year but he's better than all of our relievers at the moment.
Not to mention boggs is blowing it up too.

i think we will see Mozeilak trying out all his options before signing someone. Rosenthal, Kelly, Sanchez, Salas, will all get a shot.

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Steve Williams has clearly been working on his high fiving with Adam Scott.

Actually made solid contact in rhythm after the putt on 18.

Something he and Tiger were never able to pull off.

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04-14-2013, 11:19 PM
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04-16-2013, 10:29 AM
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What is happening in the world today...bombings, earthquakes, oh my. I thought it was classy of the NHL to postpone the Boston game yesterday, pretty messed up stuff. Condolences out to anyone affected by what happened.

Also, did anyone figure out my quote yet? "Do you think you have a golden key to the crapper?"

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04-16-2013, 10:49 AM
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9 days until the NFL draft.

No Lacys, No Lacys, STOP

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04-18-2013, 08:16 AM
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RIP to those lost and best wishes to the injured in the explosion last night. I'm ready for some good news right about now. Boston. Texas. Ending my relationship. Man this has been a tough week.

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Thanks, it does suck. Women are evil, at least they are to me. ...

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Sounds like Sam Kurker was right in the middle of a police chase. Two guys were shooting at police officers and took off(Not the MIT shooter, ANOTHER shooting in the Mass. area). By the sound of his post, it sounds like his car might have actually been hit by the guy fleeing the scene. Kurker has since removed his post, but he said something along the lines that he was "bumper to bumper with the guy they were chasing" IIRC. That's some scary stuff because this guy apparently had explosives too. Some scary **** going on.

NY Times article about the shooting: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/04/20/us...f.html?hp&_r=0

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04-19-2013, 06:19 AM
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Crazy stuff going on, hate breeds more hate.

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Sounds like Sam Kurker was right in the middle of a police chase. Two guys were shooting at police officers and took off(Not the MIT shooter, ANOTHER shooting in the Mass. area). By the sound of his post, it sounds like his car might have actually been hit by the guy fleeing the scene. Kurker has since removed his post, but he said something along the lines that he was "bumper to bumper with the guy they were chasing" IIRC. That's some scary stuff because this guy apparently had explosives too. Some scary **** going on.

NY Times article about the shooting: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/04/20/us...f.html?hp&_r=0
Relevant Onion.

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04-21-2013, 12:36 PM
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No Lacys, No Lacys, STOP
Glad to see I'm not the only person who doesn't want to waste good pick on a running back. He had ONE incredible game, and it was arguably due to the greatest offensive line in college football history. And he is injury prone. If we are going to take a chance on a RB, I think we should look at lattimore later in the draft, even with his horrific knee injury.

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04-21-2013, 04:03 PM
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Glad to see I'm not the only person who doesn't want to waste good pick on a running back. He had ONE incredible game, and it was arguably due to the greatest offensive line in college football history. And he is injury prone. If we are going to take a chance on a RB, I think we should look at lattimore later in the draft, even with his horrific knee injury.
I was with you right there until the end. Not a fan of taking Lattimore.

If we are drafting a RB, I want to wait until the middle rounds and grab either Le'Veon Bell or Monte Ball.

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04-21-2013, 04:04 PM
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Monte Ball should be a solid NFL player. I went to Wisconsin and follow the teams closely still. With a solid offensive line, he's going to be a decent mid-round pick. Excellent between the tackles, not really any gamebreaking speed or quickness, but the kid knows how to take a pounding.

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04-21-2013, 04:11 PM
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I was with you right there until the end. Not a fan of taking Lattimore.

If we are drafting a RB, I want to wait until the middle rounds and grab either Le'Veon Bell or Monte Ball.
Yea, forgot about Ball. That would certainly sell some tickets with his local background. Something about Lattimore just intrigues me.

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04-21-2013, 04:33 PM
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Assuming the bigger names are out of play, I would rather see the Rams take a shot with Michael (albeit he might have finally worked his way into "big name" discussion) or Stacy than Lattimore.

Michael Hill (Missouri Western) or Jordan Roberts (Charleston) are two other guys that I think might have a real shot who could go relatively late.

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04-21-2013, 04:40 PM
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Just curious, how does a blues fan also become a Cowboys fan?

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04-21-2013, 04:58 PM
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Just curious, how does a blues fan also become a Cowboys fan?
One Monday night, I was five and my parents were doing something with the hardwood floors so I was placed out of the way in their bedroom. The black and white TV was on, and I looked up and saw these amazing helmets with stars on them. I immediately loved the symbol and decided that was my team. Completely too young to understand the Cowboys were losing to the St. Louis Cardinals that night 38-0. The Cowboys won the Super Bowl that year but it didn't really register; I had no sense of awareness about it. When I was 6 the next season I understood what I was rooting for and that was the year Jackie Smith dropped the TD against the Steelers. Then they got upset by the Rams the next year followed by three consecutive crushing losses in NFC championship games culminating in The Catch. Loved Randy White, Tony Dorsett, Too Tall Jones, Staubach, Danny White the punter/QB, Drew Pearson. Loved Tom Landry. Then they declined in the mid-80s before Jerry Jones disgracefully shoved Landry aside. That began the Arrogant Cowboy era but it was too late to change teams. You can't change teams, it's against the rules. Doesn't really matter, they've been a joke since 96, finding new ways to shoot themselves in the feet and underachieve. Did you see what they just gave Romo?!?!? Holy **** that is some incompetence right there.

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04-21-2013, 05:06 PM
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One Monday night, I was five and my parents were doing something with the hardwood floors so I was placed out of the way in their bedroom. The black and white TV was on, and I looked up and saw these amazing helmets with stars on them. I immediately loved the symbol and decided that was my team. Completely too young to understand the Cowboys were losing to the St. Louis Cardinals that night 38-0. The Cowboys won the Super Bowl that year but it didn't really register; I had no sense of awareness about it. When I was 6 the next season I understood what I was rooting for and that was the year Jackie Smith dropped the TD against the Steelers. Then they got upset by the Rams the next year followed by three consecutive crushing losses in NFC championship games culminating in The Catch. Loved Randy White, Tony Dorsett, Too Tall Jones, Staubach, Danny White the punter/QB, Drew Pearson. Loved Tom Landry. Then they declined in the mid-80s before Jerry Jones disgracefully shoved Landry aside. That began the Arrogant Cowboy era but it was too late to change teams. You can't change teams, it's against the rules. Doesn't really matter, they've been a joke since 96, finding new ways to shoot themselves in the feet and underachieve. Did you see what they just gave Romo?!?!? Holy **** that is some incompetence right there.
Yea, I was wondering what cowboys fans thought about that. My first thought was "good god, jerry jones might be the dumbest, most egotistical GM in the NFL" And I agree, its against the rules to change teams, that's why I will always be a rams fan.

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