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Morehead State
04-25-2011, 02:50 PM
The new stadium is nice but it has no charm. baseball stadiums have to have charm with me.


Football is different.</P>


Its not your experience I question, its your judgement.</P>


</P>


It all kinda makes sense now tho....seeing as how it's in boston...
the stadium is very historic....it's also very ugly.
instead of ever changing anything or ever building a new stadium, it follows suit with it's fans attitude.
Holier-than-thou.....we think we're better, so we're going to keep our old ugly stadium because it's all we have.</P>


the hipsters of major league baseball</P>


</P>


Its beautiful.</P>

JPizzack
04-25-2011, 02:55 PM
its got 2 friggin museums in it, has all the yankee greats on huge banners on the sides of pillars as you walk in the place. the employees are so accommodating that if it werent sexual harassment im sure they would have someone wipe your *** for you too. its very charming.
</P>


whatever helps you justify season tickets and PSLs, buddy ;)</P>


lol</P>

JPizzack
04-25-2011, 02:56 PM
i googled Red Sox hipsters, and all that came up was women's underwear......

dezzzR
04-25-2011, 02:57 PM
its got 2 friggin museums in it, has all the yankee greats on huge banners on the sides of pillars as you walk in the place. the employees are so accommodating that if it werent sexual harassment im sure they would have someone wipe your *** for you too. its very charming.
</p>


whatever helps you justify season tickets and PSLs, buddy ;)</p>


lol</p>i dont have season tickets for the yanks.

Morehead State
04-25-2011, 02:59 PM
its got 2 friggin museums in it, has all the yankee greats on huge banners on the sides of pillars as you walk in the place. the employees are so accommodating that if it werent sexual harassment im sure they would have someone wipe your *** for you too. its very charming.
</P>


whatever helps you justify season tickets and PSLs, buddy ;)</P>


lol</P>


</P>


Criteria for Stadiums</P>


1. Are you close to the game</P>


2. Is heckling the players encouraged</P>


3. I'm old so the bathrooms are important</P>


</P>


</P>


</P>


</P>


</P>


153. Are there museums</P>

JPizzack
04-25-2011, 03:03 PM
its got 2 friggin museums in it, has all the yankee greats on huge banners on the sides of pillars as you walk in the place. the employees are so accommodating that if it werent sexual harassment im sure they would have someone wipe your *** for you too. its very charming.
</P>


whatever helps you justify season tickets and PSLs, buddy ;)</P>


lol</P>


i dont have season tickets for the yanks.

</P>


pretty sure MH was talking about new meadowlands when he mentioned no charm. he can correct me if i misunderstood.</P>

Morehead State
04-25-2011, 03:27 PM
its got 2 friggin museums in it, has all the yankee greats on huge banners on the sides of pillars as you walk in the place. the employees are so accommodating that if it werent sexual harassment im sure they would have someone wipe your *** for you too. its very charming.
</P>


whatever helps you justify season tickets and PSLs, buddy ;)</P>


lol</P>


i dont have season tickets for the yanks.

</P>


pretty sure MH was talking about new meadowlands when he mentioned no charm. he can correct me if i misunderstood.</P>


</P>


I was talking about Yankee stadium. I don't care if a football stadium has charm.</P>


ITS Friggin' Football. There's no charm in football!!</P>


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=om_yq4L3M_I</P>

JPizzack
04-25-2011, 03:33 PM
I was talking about Yankee stadium. I don't care if a football stadium has charm.


ITS Friggin' Football. There's no charm in football!!</P>


</P>


lol ok! jeez!

well I dont care about "charm" i care about looks and functionality....and fenway LOOKS like a steel mill from pittsburgh. nothing charming about that.</P>


just say it's historic so we can agree, and give it a rest.....because historic doesnt make it good.</P>

Morehead State
04-25-2011, 03:34 PM
I was talking about Yankee stadium. I don't care if a football stadium has charm.


ITS Friggin' Football. There's no charm in football!!</P>


</P>


lol ok! jeez!

well I dont care about "charm" i care about looks and functionality....and fenway LOOKS like a steel mill from pittsburgh. nothing charming about that.</P>


just say it's historic so we can agree, and give it a rest.....because historic doesnt make it good.</P>


</P>


ITS CHARMING DAMMIT!!!!!!!!!</P>

lttaylor56
04-25-2011, 04:27 PM
What they did not show us were the first few takes of that video where the chair jumped up into the guy's nutsack and he collapsed in agony. Cool Video though

lttaylor56
04-25-2011, 04:30 PM
I was talking about Yankee stadium. I don't care if a football stadium has charm.


ITS Friggin' Football. There's no charm in football!!</P>


</P>


lol ok! jeez!

well I dont care about "charm" i care about looks and functionality....and fenway LOOKS like a steel mill from pittsburgh. nothing charming about that.</P>


just say it's historic so we can agree, and give it a rest.....because historic doesnt make it good.</P>


</P>


ITS CHARMING DAMMIT!!!!!!!!!</P>


</P>


THAT'S Charming</P>


http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQmCuWxW5HzQAIvSX8Gli3_PDVu-RpX7oGlqe1f9jeZPCay0D9c</P>

bandwgn86
04-25-2011, 04:53 PM
Yankee Stadium, Camden Yards(O's), The Jake(The Tribe), Target Field(Twins), Safeco(M's), Case Field(AZ), Minute Maid(Astros), Dodger Stadium, Turner Field(ATL), Petco (Pads), and Citifield.
Probably Busch Stadium, and Candelstick(or whatever they call it now)too....

Those are among my favorites. I've only been to both Yankees Stadiums, Shea, The Jake, Turner Field, and Camden.

The worst have to be:

Great American(Cinci), Phins Stadium(yes i know its a football stadium), Comerica(Det), Rangers Ballpark, Fenway,Tropicana, and <font size="5">Rogers Centre</font> .....(INNNN no particular order.)</p>when was that? i'm guessin it was to watch the yanks, if there was a fat drunk guy harrassin you, good chance it was probably me lol

and yes the RC is a horrible stadium

lawl
04-25-2011, 05:14 PM
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_C5Qaq8NSFdA/TTcQWZ2TOLI/AAAAAAAAAIw/u0FWrQqsJcE/s1600/ATTPark.jpg

derekunion28
04-25-2011, 05:16 PM
its got 2 friggin museums in it, has all the yankee greats on huge banners on the sides of pillars as you walk in the place. the employees are so accommodating that if it werent sexual harassment im sure they would have someone wipe your *** for you too. its very charming.
</P>


whatever helps you justify season tickets and PSLs, buddy ;)</P>


lol</P>


</P>


Criteria for Stadiums</P>


1. Are you close to the game</P>


2. Is heckling the players encouraged</P>


3. I'm old so the bathrooms are important</P>


*</P>


*</P>


*</P>


*</P>


*</P>


153.* Are there museums</P>
lol...... if you dont have a museum you arnt a stadium ...lmao

Morehead State
04-25-2011, 05:19 PM
<FONT size=4>I always thought this was a great ball park.</FONT></P>


http://mlblogsroyalshof.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/kauffman20aerial-31.jpg</P>

lawl
04-25-2011, 05:26 PM
<FONT size=4>I always thought this was a great ball park.</FONT></P>


http://mlblogsroyalshof.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/kauffman20aerial-31.jpg</P>


</P>


ive been there, was only like 8 years old, though.</P>

lttaylor56
04-25-2011, 05:48 PM
That is very nice

JPizzack
04-25-2011, 06:04 PM
when was that? i'm guessin it was to watch the yanks, if there was a fat drunk guy harrassin you, good chance it was probably me lol

and yes the RC is a horrible stadium


never been there, i was just commenting on what stadiums I feel are the worst of the bunch.

JPizzack
04-26-2011, 08:24 AM
Reeeeal Mennnn of Geeeniuuuuussss!!!!</P>


morning</P>

lttaylor56
04-26-2011, 09:23 AM
Reeeeal Mennnn of Geeeniuuuuussss!!!!</p>


morning</p>Budweiser said it well. Lol

JPizzack
04-26-2011, 09:36 AM
Sooooooooo bored....</P>


I'm just sitting here filling out these internal service surveys for everyone i know in the company lol...I think its flawed that they ask you "would you like to fill out a survey for someone else?"
why yes....yes i would thank you!</P>

lttaylor56
04-26-2011, 09:41 AM
Sooooooooo bored....</p>


I'm just sitting here filling out these internal service surveys for everyone i know in the company lol...I think its flawed that they ask you "would you like to fill out a survey for someone else?"
why yes....yes i would thank you!</p>Ha-ISS reports for short? Reminds me of TPS reports. Lol. I picked up this tub of whey protein last week and I put it under my desk cause I take it every am. My feet keep hitting it, and it's freaking me out, I gotta move it.

JPizzack
04-26-2011, 09:47 AM
Sooooooooo bored....</P>


I'm just sitting here filling out these internal service surveys for everyone i know in the company lol...I think its flawed that they ask you "would you like to fill out a survey for someone else?"
why yes....yes i would thank you!</P>


Ha-ISS reports for short? Reminds me of TPS reports. Lol. I picked up this tub of whey protein last week and I put it under my desk cause I take it every am. My feet keep hitting it, and it's freaking me out, I gotta move it.
</P>


idk, we just call them internal surveys...whichtechnically suggests tome something totally different..
"i dont know how she is...but I should probably survey her...internally"</P>

lttaylor56
04-26-2011, 09:52 AM
I find the state of the lock-out very interesting...almost corrupt. Is it co-incidence that the Judge is ruling on a stay 2days before the Draft or that if players are allowed to enter training facilities today, they will be eligible for their training bonuses? Idk. Opening things up for the draft, enabling trades and free agency will be a benefit. Getting the player some cash to help get them thru the next few months is good also.

I could be wrong, but it she grants the stay, there was a favor done somewhere along the legal process line.

lttaylor56
04-26-2011, 09:54 AM
Sooooooooo bored....</p>


I'm just sitting here filling out these internal service surveys for everyone i know in the company lol...I think its flawed that they ask you "would you like to fill out a survey for someone else?"
why yes....yes i would thank you!</p>


Ha-ISS reports for short? Reminds me of TPS reports. Lol. I picked up this tub of whey protein last week and I put it under my desk cause I take it every am. My feet keep hitting it, and it's freaking me out, I gotta move it.
</p>


idk, we just call them internal surveys...whichtechnically suggests tome something totally different..
"i dont know how she is...but I should probably survey her...internally"</p>oh **** man! I would be glad to be at the Brewster Branch in a second for some internals. Of course, just to help you out with your job, I realize that it is a long distance away from you.[;)]

JPizzack
04-26-2011, 10:12 AM
Sooooooooo bored....</P>


I'm just sitting here filling out these internal service surveys for everyone i know in the company lol...I think its flawed that they ask you "would you like to fill out a survey for someone else?"
why yes....yes i would thank you!</P>


Ha-ISS reports for short? Reminds me of TPS reports. Lol. I picked up this tub of whey protein last week and I put it under my desk cause I take it every am. My feet keep hitting it, and it's freaking me out, I gotta move it.
</P>


idk, we just call them internal surveys...whichtechnically suggests tome something totally different..
"i dont know how she is...but I should probably survey her...internally"</P>


oh **** man! I would be glad to be at the Brewster Branch in a second for some internals. Of course, just to help you out with your job, I realize that it is a long distance away from you.[;)]
</P>


yea lol....for me to get to brewster....well im right off the taconic, so...taconic to 84 I think. it's about 45 mins. which is technically faster than it is to get to alot of other branches that dont have direct routes(or roads i can drive fast on like taconic/84)</P>

lttaylor56
04-26-2011, 10:26 AM
Sooooooooo bored....</p>


I'm just sitting here filling out these internal service surveys for everyone i know in the company lol...I think its flawed that they ask you "would you like to fill out a survey for someone else?"
why yes....yes i would thank you!</p>


Ha-ISS reports for short? Reminds me of TPS reports. Lol. I picked up this tub of whey protein last week and I put it under my desk cause I take it every am. My feet keep hitting it, and it's freaking me out, I gotta move it.
</p>


idk, we just call them internal surveys...whichtechnically suggests tome something totally different..
"i dont know how she is...but I should probably survey her...internally"</p>


oh **** man! I would be glad to be at the Brewster Branch in a second for some internals. Of course, just to help you out with your job, I realize that it is a long distance away from you.[;)]
</p>


yea lol....for me to get to brewster....well im right off the taconic, so...taconic to 84 I think. it's about 45 mins. which is technically faster than it is to get to alot of other branches that dont have direct routes(or roads i can drive fast on like taconic/84)</p>You could take that way. Or for a change of pace-take the Taconic to RT 55 to RT 22 straight to branch. I was out Sat afternoon and I tried to stop in there, but they were closed. I guess not all branches were open Sat?

dezzzR
04-26-2011, 10:29 AM
its like a morgue in here

JPizzack
04-26-2011, 10:32 AM
its like a morgue in here
</P>


yea this thread seriously sucks.</P>

lttaylor56
04-26-2011, 10:45 AM
its like a morgue in here
Sucks Like a Shopvac and Other Linux Rants

JPizzack
04-26-2011, 10:52 AM
its like a morgue in here
Sucks Like a Shopvac and Other Linux Rants</P>


it sucks like Dezzz sucks golf balls through a garden hose</P>

lttaylor56
04-26-2011, 11:15 AM
its like a morgue in here
Sucks Like a Shopvac and Other Linux Rants</p>


it sucks like Dezzz sucks golf balls through a garden hose</p>Oh how these days try me!!!! God give me patience.

JPizzack
04-26-2011, 11:37 AM
I got a fortune cookie with my chinese food last night that said:
"Fortune says that a palm sends a powerful message. Especially if delivered with a slap"</P>


awesome....gotta keep that pimp hand srong.</P>

lttaylor56
04-26-2011, 11:46 AM
I cannot find out anything that the NY Giants are doing regarding practices today. I found out that T. Thomas is enjoying the lockout with J***, Wine and cigars though. I don't think any of the players are going to report until they are told to do so.

lttaylor56
04-26-2011, 11:48 AM
I got a fortune cookie with my chinese food last night that said:
"Fortune says that a palm sends a powerful message. Especially if delivered with a slap"</p>


awesome....gotta keep that pimp hand srong.</p>Words that Lt's Pimp lives by.

http://elu24.com/wp-content/plugins/rss-poster/cache/0314f_davis-94a2900_370x278_244x183.jpg

lttaylor56
04-26-2011, 12:00 PM
Food Bag time. C u soon.

dezzzR
04-26-2011, 12:18 PM
this is really the slowest day iv ever had at work. its terrible.

dezzzR
04-26-2011, 12:20 PM
really sucks about hughes. he has all the tools to be great.

dezzzR
04-26-2011, 12:20 PM
manninghams the first giant to show up to camp

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 12:42 PM
really sucks about hughes. he has all the tools to be great.


shoulda kept him in the pen

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 12:42 PM
manninghams the first giant to show up to camp


he better be.

contract year and he lives 5 minutes from the stadium

dezzzR
04-26-2011, 12:46 PM
really sucks about hughes. he has all the tools to be great.


shoulda kept him in the pen
and start joba, no. joba not doing all that well in the pen either.

dezzzR
04-26-2011, 12:46 PM
manninghams the first giant to show up to camp


he better be.

contract year and he lives 5 minutes from the stadium
lol does he really?

JPizzack
04-26-2011, 12:48 PM
really sucks about hughes. he has all the tools to be great.


shoulda kept him in the pen
</P>


still disagree. You cant keep your talent in the bullpen all the time.

I'm concerned about this also....it's not like there was an injury, so something else is wrong. it sucks.</P>

JPizzack
04-26-2011, 12:49 PM
really sucks about hughes. he has all the tools to be great.


shoulda kept him in the pen
and start joba, no. joba not doing all that well in the pen either.
</P>


joba's pitchingis very underwhelming</P>

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 12:50 PM
manninghams the first giant to show up to camp


he better be.

contract year and he lives 5 minutes from the stadium
lol does he really?


yea he lives in these bangin condos in clifton. I'd say less than 5 miles

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 12:51 PM
really sucks about hughes. he has all the tools to be great.


shoulda kept him in the pen
</p>


still disagree. You cant keep your talent in the bullpen all the time.

I'm concerned about this also....it's not like there was an injury, so something else is wrong. it sucks.</p>

soooo when Joba was coming up u didn't consider him a talent?

JPizzack
04-26-2011, 12:52 PM
really sucks about hughes. he has all the tools to be great.


shoulda kept him in the pen
</P>


still disagree. You cant keep your talent in the bullpen all the time.

I'm concerned about this also....it's not like there was an injury, so something else is wrong. it sucks.</P>




soooo when Joba was coming up u didn't consider him a talent?
</P>


sure did....
till he sucked 2 seasons in a row....</P>

dezzzR
04-26-2011, 12:53 PM
really sucks about hughes. he has all the tools to be great.


shoulda kept him in the pen
</p>


still disagree. You cant keep your talent in the bullpen all the time.

I'm concerned about this also....it's not like there was an injury, so something else is wrong. it sucks.</p>

soooo when Joba was coming up u didn't consider him a talent?
of course. he was throwing +100 with almost pinpoint accuracy. then as my niece says, the yankees "brokted" him

dezzzR
04-26-2011, 12:57 PM
swisher needs to step it up too, no joe jams at all this year???caaaame ooon

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 01:03 PM
really sucks about hughes. he has all the tools to be great.


shoulda kept him in the pen
</p>


still disagree. You cant keep your talent in the bullpen all the time.

I'm concerned about this also....it's not like there was an injury, so something else is wrong. it sucks.</p>




soooo when Joba was coming up u didn't consider him a talent?
</p>


sure did....
till he sucked 2 seasons in a row....</p>'

but u wanted to keep him in the bullpen

so whats the difference between him and hughes?

JPizzack
04-26-2011, 01:04 PM
swisher needs to step it up too, no joe jams at all this year???caaaame ooon
</P>


yea, he and gardner are lookin kinda gross</P>

dezzzR
04-26-2011, 01:06 PM
really sucks about hughes. he has all the tools to be great.


shoulda kept him in the pen
</p>


still disagree. You cant keep your talent in the bullpen all the time.

I'm concerned about this also....it's not like there was an injury, so something else is wrong. it sucks.</p>




soooo when Joba was coming up u didn't consider him a talent?
</p>


sure did....
till he sucked 2 seasons in a row....</p>'

but u wanted to keep him in the bullpen

so whats the difference between him and hughes?
hughes has 4-5 pitches(good for a starter) and joba used to be able to throw 100(great for relief) and really only relies on his 4 seam and slider.

dezzzR
04-26-2011, 01:07 PM
swisher needs to step it up too, no joe jams at all this year???caaaame ooon
</p>


yea, he and gardner are lookin kinda gross</p>at least the little man has a homer.....
and he saved the game on easter too. he robbed a line drive with men on, in the 8th

JPizzack
04-26-2011, 01:08 PM
really sucks about hughes. he has all the tools to be great.


shoulda kept him in the pen
</P>


still disagree. You cant keep your talent in the bullpen all the time.

I'm concerned about this also....it's not like there was an injury, so something else is wrong. it sucks.</P>




soooo when Joba was coming up u didn't consider him a talent?
</P>


sure did....
till he sucked 2 seasons in a row....</P>


'

but u wanted to keep him in the bullpen

so whats the difference between him and hughes?
</P>


the difference is he had his shot....and it unquestionably didnt work. im confused as to what grounds you are standing on right now. Joba was terrible...so he was removed as starter....what exactly is your point?</P>

JPizzack
04-26-2011, 01:09 PM
swisher needs to step it up too, no joe jams at all this year???caaaame ooon
</P>


yea, he and gardner are lookin kinda gross</P>


at least the little man has a homer.....
and he saved the game on easter too. he robbed a line drive with men on, in the 8th
</P>


awesome play!
yea i dont remember if it was during a game, or on sportscenter maybe....they were talking about how gardner is ranked the best defensive left fielder in baseball.</P>

lttaylor56
04-26-2011, 01:14 PM
manninghams the first giant to show up to camp


he better be.

contract year and he lives 5 minutes from the stadium
lol does he really?


yea he lives in these bangin condos in clifton. I'd say less than 5 miles
Well Alrighty! They let players inside today?

Morehead State
04-26-2011, 01:16 PM
really sucks about hughes. he has all the tools to be great.


shoulda kept him in the pen
</P>


still disagree. You cant keep your talent in the bullpen all the time.

I'm concerned about this also....it's not like there was an injury, so something else is wrong. it sucks.</P>




soooo when Joba was coming up u didn't consider him a talent?
</P>


sure did....
till he sucked 2 seasons in a row....</P>


'

but u wanted to keep him in the bullpen

so whats the difference between him and hughes?
hughes has 4-5 pitches(good for a starter) and joba used to be able to throw 100(great for relief) and really only relies on his 4 seam and slider.
</P>


Matt knows my position on this.</P>

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 01:19 PM
really sucks about hughes. he has all the tools to be great.


shoulda kept him in the pen
</p>


still disagree. You cant keep your talent in the bullpen all the time.

I'm concerned about this also....it's not like there was an injury, so something else is wrong. it sucks.</p>




soooo when Joba was coming up u didn't consider him a talent?
</p>


sure did....
till he sucked 2 seasons in a row....</p>'

but u wanted to keep him in the bullpen

so whats the difference between him and hughes?
hughes has 4-5 pitches(good for a starter) and joba used to be able to throw 100(great for relief) and really only relies on his 4 seam and slider.


but that also wasn't the main point of ur case. It was the success joba showed in the bullpen, then u followed up the arguments with how Jobas arm blew out from attempting to become a starter

i'd say Hughes is traveling a road paved by Joba

JPizzack
04-26-2011, 01:24 PM
but that also wasn't the main point of ur case. It was the success joba showed in the bullpen, then u followed up the arguments with how Jobas arm blew out from attempting to become a starter

i'd say Hughes is traveling a road paved by Joba
</P>


sure..joba was great in the bullpen.....in 2007....
this isnt 2007....since then, Joba has either been mediocre, or just straight bad....
I'm sure the majority wanted to see him as a starter originally....he was the most exciting young pitcher we had in a very long time. But he broke....and it didnt even take a month for him to break down. he was just BAD
</P>

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 01:26 PM
really sucks about hughes. he has all the tools to be great.


shoulda kept him in the pen
</p>


still disagree. You cant keep your talent in the bullpen all the time.

I'm concerned about this also....it's not like there was an injury, so something else is wrong. it sucks.</p>




soooo when Joba was coming up u didn't consider him a talent?
</p>


sure did....
till he sucked 2 seasons in a row....</p>


'

but u wanted to keep him in the bullpen

so whats the difference between him and hughes?
</p>


the difference is he had his shot....and it unquestionably didnt work. im confused as to what grounds you are standing on right now. Joba was terrible...so he was removed as starter....what exactly is your point?</p>

Well statistically Joba wasn't as bad as you guys make it sound. In fact for how much success you guys say Hughes had in last year starting, he really didn't have a real dominating year in comparison to jobas...

and don't bother qouting wins... run support is a dominating quality in whether a team wins or loses.

Hughes had a good year but he still had a 4.20 era. Joba has like a 4.75 ERA.

its just the overall point of it all. The double standard you guys throw for Hughes. Point is, it looks like his arm is in worse condition than Joba's ever was. But yet none of you ever called for Hughes to stay in the pen...

its ironic

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 01:26 PM
really sucks about hughes. he has all the tools to be great.


shoulda kept him in the pen
</p>


still disagree. You cant keep your talent in the bullpen all the time.

I'm concerned about this also....it's not like there was an injury, so something else is wrong. it sucks.</p>




soooo when Joba was coming up u didn't consider him a talent?
</p>


sure did....
till he sucked 2 seasons in a row....</p>


'

but u wanted to keep him in the bullpen

so whats the difference between him and hughes?
hughes has 4-5 pitches(good for a starter) and joba used to be able to throw 100(great for relief) and really only relies on his 4 seam and slider.
</p>


Matt knows my position on this.</p>

on joba i do... not sure about hughes

ny06
04-26-2011, 01:26 PM
Girardi is known for over working pitchers. </P>


He did it in Florida, and has been doing it in NY. </P>

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 01:27 PM
manninghams the first giant to show up to camp


he better be.

contract year and he lives 5 minutes from the stadium
lol does he really?


yea he lives in these bangin condos in clifton. I'd say less than 5 miles
Well Alrighty! They let players inside today?


the judge ordered the lockout be lifted (for now)

so if any of these guys had half a sense they would be in the facilities trying to earn bonuses

lttaylor56
04-26-2011, 01:29 PM
manninghams the first giant to show up to camp


he better be.

contract year and he lives 5 minutes from the stadium
lol does he really?


yea he lives in these bangin condos in clifton. I'd say less than 5 miles
Well Alrighty! They let players inside today?


the judge ordered the lockout be lifted (for now)

so if any of these guys had half a sense they would be in the facilities trying to earn bonuses
My thoughts exactly. Some players have decent bonuses-250k, etc. If lockout remains lifted, even if only thru the draft, it is the perfect opportunity for teams to maximize trades for early round picks-and some FA movement.

ny06
04-26-2011, 01:29 PM
manninghams the first giant to show up to camp


he better be.

contract year and he lives 5 minutes from the stadium
lol does he really?


yea he lives in these bangin condos in clifton. I'd say less than 5 miles
Well Alrighty! They let players inside today?


the judge ordered the lockout be lifted (for now)

so if any of these guys had half a sense they would be in the facilities trying to earn bonuses
</P>


Some teams are still not allowing players to work out at the facilities. </P>


The one player who would benefit the most from doing workouts is d'brickashaw ferguson. He would get a $600,000 bonus if he reports and does all the workouts. </P>

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 01:29 PM
but that also wasn't the main point of ur case. It was the success joba showed in the bullpen, then u followed up the arguments with how Jobas arm blew out from attempting to become a starter

i'd say Hughes is traveling a road paved by Joba
</p>


sure..joba was great in the bullpen.....in 2007....
this isnt 2007....since then, Joba has either been mediocre, or just straight bad....
I'm sure the majority wanted to see him as a starter originally....he was the most exciting young pitcher we had in a very long time. But he broke....and it didnt even take a month for him to break down. he was just BAD
</p>

and yet when he finished the year, his numbers were not that must significantly worse than what Hughes ended with. But there is no uproar about how Hughes finished cuz u guys still had cumshots gargling in the back of your throats from the first half lol.....

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 01:31 PM
Girardi is known for over working pitchers. </p>


He did it in Florida, and has been doing it in NY. </p>

i can't say i agree wtih that cuz then i'd be a hypocrit

I killed him for NOT letting Joba throw like a real starter

they let Hughes pitch man... if he can't handle the load then he can't be pitcher. Hes been getting babied for a couple of years now, he had his shot and now he has dead arm...

personally i think its something to really worry about.

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 01:32 PM
manninghams the first giant to show up to camp


he better be.

contract year and he lives 5 minutes from the stadium
lol does he really?


yea he lives in these bangin condos in clifton. I'd say less than 5 miles
Well Alrighty! They let players inside today?


the judge ordered the lockout be lifted (for now)

so if any of these guys had half a sense they would be in the facilities trying to earn bonuses
</p>


Some teams are still not allowing players to work out at the facilities. </p>


The one player who would benefit the most from doing workouts is d'brickashaw ferguson. He would get a $600,000 bonus if he reports and does all the workouts. </p>

i dont even think he has to go to all of them ,i think its just like 80%

lttaylor56
04-26-2011, 01:35 PM
manninghams the first giant to show up to camp


he better be.

contract year and he lives 5 minutes from the stadium
lol does he really?


yea he lives in these bangin condos in clifton. I'd say less than 5 miles
Well Alrighty! They let players inside today?


the judge ordered the lockout be lifted (for now)

so if any of these guys had half a sense they would be in the facilities trying to earn bonuses
</p>


Some teams are still not allowing players to work out at the facilities. </p>


The one player who would benefit the most from doing workouts is d'brickashaw ferguson. He would get a $600,000 bonus if he reports and does all the workouts. </p>

i dont even think he has to go to all of them ,i think its just like 80%
Holy ****!!

shocknaweny
04-26-2011, 01:35 PM
only 2 dyas left to the Draft ...I have to admit between the lockout and the format they switched to last year I am less interested than ever....just gunna watch the first round and follow the rest online.

Morehead State
04-26-2011, 01:36 PM
really sucks about hughes. he has all the tools to be great.


shoulda kept him in the pen
</P>


still disagree. You cant keep your talent in the bullpen all the time.

I'm concerned about this also....it's not like there was an injury, so something else is wrong. it sucks.</P>




soooo when Joba was coming up u didn't consider him a talent?
</P>


sure did....
till he sucked 2 seasons in a row....</P>


'

but u wanted to keep him in the bullpen

so whats the difference between him and hughes?
hughes has 4-5 pitches(good for a starter) and joba used to be able to throw 100(great for relief) and really only relies on his 4 seam and slider.
</P>


Matt knows my position on this.</P>




on joba i do... not sure about hughes
</P>


I don't see anything wrong with the handling od Hughes. Its just a tough break for the kid. How do you fix a dead arm?</P>


But I think history has shown that the team wrecked Joba. He was a natural relief pitcher. Should have been the 8th inning pitcher a few years ago. Starting him was a huge mistake. let him go balls to the wall for 15 or 20 pitches and come back and do it again the next day. It matched his ability and attitude.</P>

dezzzR
04-26-2011, 01:37 PM
really sucks about hughes. he has all the tools to be great.


shoulda kept him in the pen
</p>


still disagree. You cant keep your talent in the bullpen all the time.

I'm concerned about this also....it's not like there was an injury, so something else is wrong. it sucks.</p>




soooo when Joba was coming up u didn't consider him a talent?
</p>


sure did....
till he sucked 2 seasons in a row....</p>


'

but u wanted to keep him in the bullpen

so whats the difference between him and hughes?
</p>


the difference is he had his shot....and it unquestionably didnt work. im confused as to what grounds you are standing on right now. Joba was terrible...so he was removed as starter....what exactly is your point?</p>he wasnt that great but he wasnt terrible.

ny06
04-26-2011, 01:37 PM
Girardi is known for over working pitchers. </P>


He did it in Florida, and has been doing it in NY. </P>




i can't say i agree wtih that cuz then i'd be a hypocrit

I killed him for NOT letting Joba throw like a real starter

they let Hughes pitch man... if he can't handle the load then he can't be pitcher. Hes been getting babied for a couple of years now, he had his shot and now he has dead arm...

personally i think its something to really worry about.
</P>


It was the Yankees front office who implemented the Joba rule, and I am pretty sure they are doing the same with Hughes. </P>


I am concerned about Hughes, he finished the season poorly last year, and this season he can't throw a ball past 90mph?</P>


I just hope the Yankees don't make the same mistake with the young talented pitchers we have in the farm system. </P>


Whatever happened to just letting the guys pitch, forget all this pitch count b.s</P>

Morehead State
04-26-2011, 01:39 PM
only 2 dyas left to the Draft ...I have to admit between the lockout and the format they switched to last year I am less interested than ever....just gunna watch the first round and follow the rest online.</P>


unfortunately when the Giants pick it will be about 3 AM in Bayeux, France. Where I'll be.</P>

Morehead State
04-26-2011, 01:41 PM
Girardi is known for over working pitchers. </P>


He did it in Florida, and has been doing it in NY. </P>




i can't say i agree wtih that cuz then i'd be a hypocrit

I killed him for NOT letting Joba throw like a real starter

they let Hughes pitch man... if he can't handle the load then he can't be pitcher. Hes been getting babied for a couple of years now, he had his shot and now he has dead arm...

personally i think its something to really worry about.
</P>


It was the Yankees front office who implemented the Joba rule, and I am pretty sure they are doing the same with Hughes. </P>


I am concerned about Hughes, he finished the season poorly last year, and this season he can't throw a ball past 90mph?</P>


I just hope the Yankees don't make the same mistake with the young talented pitchers we have in the farm system. </P>


Whatever happened to just letting the guys pitch, forget all this pitch count b.s</P>


</P>


the "Joba rules" were not the problem. The problem was deciding to start the kid instead of keeping him in the bullpen.</P>

ny06
04-26-2011, 01:41 PM
manninghams the first giant to show up to camp


he better be.

contract year and he lives 5 minutes from the stadium
lol does he really?


yea he lives in these bangin condos in clifton. I'd say less than 5 miles
Well Alrighty! They let players inside today?


the judge ordered the lockout be lifted (for now)

so if any of these guys had half a sense they would be in the facilities trying to earn bonuses
</P>


Some teams are still not allowing players to work out at the facilities. </P>


The one player who would benefit the most from doing workouts is d'brickashaw ferguson. He would get a $600,000 bonus if he reports and does all the workouts. </P>




i dont even think he has to go to all of them ,i think its just like 80%
</P>


It's 85%</P>


And $750,000 The most in the nfl.</P>


http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2011/03/17/dbrickashaw-ferguson-has-750000-reasons-to-hope-the-lockout-ends/</P>

dezzzR
04-26-2011, 01:43 PM
Girardi is known for over working pitchers. </p>


He did it in Florida, and has been doing it in NY. </p>

i can't say i agree wtih that cuz then i'd be a hypocrit

I killed him for NOT letting Joba throw like a real starter

they let Hughes pitch man... if he can't handle the load then he can't be pitcher. Hes been getting babied for a couple of years now, he had his shot and now he has dead arm...

personally i think its something to really worry about.
they treated hughes just like joba. they usually took him out after the 6th. the dead arm is not from over use, its probably cause he was under used.

ny06
04-26-2011, 01:43 PM
Girardi is known for over working pitchers. </P>


He did it in Florida, and has been doing it in NY. </P>




i can't say i agree wtih that cuz then i'd be a hypocrit

I killed him for NOT letting Joba throw like a real starter

they let Hughes pitch man... if he can't handle the load then he can't be pitcher. Hes been getting babied for a couple of years now, he had his shot and now he has dead arm...

personally i think its something to really worry about.
</P>


It was the Yankees front office who implemented the Joba rule, and I am pretty sure they are doing the same with Hughes. </P>


I am concerned about Hughes, he finished the season poorly last year, and this season he can't throw a ball past 90mph?</P>


I just hope the Yankees don't make the same mistake with the young talented pitchers we have in the farm system. </P>


Whatever happened to just letting the guys pitch, forget all this pitch count b.s</P>


</P>


the "Joba rules" were not the problem. The problem was deciding to start the kid instead of keeping him in the bullpen.</P>


</P>


I disagree, the problem was not letting him get a feel out there on the mound. He never knew where he stood on the roster. One day he was a starter, then bullpen. Just let them pitch!!!!</P>

JPizzack
04-26-2011, 01:46 PM
Well statistically Joba wasn't as bad as you guys make it sound. In fact for how much success you guys say Hughes had in last year starting, <FONT color=#0000ff>he really didn't have a real dominating year in comparison to</FONT> <FONT color=#0000ff>jobas...

</FONT>and don't bother qouting wins... run support is a dominating quality in whether a team wins or loses.

<FONT color=#0000ff>Hughes had a good year but he still had a 4.20 era. Joba has like a 4.75 ERA.
</FONT>
its just the overall point of it all. The double standard you guys throw for Hughes. Point is, it looks like his arm is in worse condition than Joba's ever was. But yet none of you ever called for Hughes to stay in the pen...

its ironic
</P>


-a RPs numbers should be lower in ERA. youre expected to pitch 1 inning...but lets skip that debate.
are we comparing Joba's starting to Hughes Starting? or Joba's pen work in comparison to Hughes starting? lol do you wanna go down that road? cuz it makes no sense.

Joba is better in the bullpen....i dont question that.
if you remember, in 08, Joba went from 98-100 down to barely touching 90mph. it was hard to stomach. He progressively got better velocity, but not like 07's stuff, which is ok, it happens.
Joba starting was just terrible...like watching him pitch was like watching your pet get murdered in front of you.

Hughes isn't a fireballer necessarily. 93-94 max i'd say....i guess we'll see how this pans out. it sucks regardless</P>

lttaylor56
04-26-2011, 01:47 PM
only 2 dyas left to the Draft ...I have to admit between the lockout and the format they switched to last year I am less interested than ever....just gunna watch the first round and follow the rest online.I'm with you on that. The first round is even going to be hard to stick thru.

JPizzack
04-26-2011, 01:50 PM
for the record, as i'm sure ive said before....I'm all about letting your "best" pitchers out of the bullpen and start if thats how they came up to the league. For the Yankees, it's only happened a few times anyway, but it's all trial and error, with Joba it didnt work, and if Hughes stays the way he is, it worked but then of course now doesnt...I dont believe in pitch counts, i dont believe in limited innings.
However I do feel there is such thing as overworking a pitcher in the long term. everyone deserves days off as relievers, and extra days off as a starter maybe too. There are very few pitchers who can even function on short rest. CC can do it, but it's definitely rare.
</P>

lttaylor56
04-26-2011, 01:56 PM
Kendra Wilkinson on Dancing with the stars last night: Instructor tells her that she has to shake everything that God gave her. She say's God didn't give me these. lol.

JPizzack
04-26-2011, 02:02 PM
Kendra Wilkinson on Dancing with the stars last night: Instructor tells her that she has to shake everything that God gave her. She say's God didn't give me these. lol.
</P>


stop supporting terrible reality shows that ruin television.</P>

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 02:07 PM
only 2 dyas left to the Draft ...I have to admit between the lockout and the format they switched to last year I am less interested than ever....just gunna watch the first round and follow the rest online.

the lockout totally took me out of it

im going to watch but i haven't followed anything. Im not getting myself worked up about the seaosn until i KNOW its not going to be locked out

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 02:08 PM
really sucks about hughes. he has all the tools to be great.


shoulda kept him in the pen
</p>


still disagree. You cant keep your talent in the bullpen all the time.

I'm concerned about this also....it's not like there was an injury, so something else is wrong. it sucks.</p>




soooo when Joba was coming up u didn't consider him a talent?
</p>


sure did....
till he sucked 2 seasons in a row....</p>


'

but u wanted to keep him in the bullpen

so whats the difference between him and hughes?
hughes has 4-5 pitches(good for a starter) and joba used to be able to throw 100(great for relief) and really only relies on his 4 seam and slider.
</p>


Matt knows my position on this.</p>




on joba i do... not sure about hughes
</p>


I don't see anything wrong with the handling od Hughes. Its just a tough break for the kid. How do you fix a dead arm?</p>


But I think history has shown that the team wrecked Joba. He was a natural relief pitcher. Should have been the 8th inning pitcher a few years ago. Starting him was a huge mistake. let him go balls to the wall for 15 or 20 pitches and come back and do it again the next day. It matched his ability and attitude.</p>

while thats true, Hughes got a full year as a starter last year. One would have to think that his arm issues were from the work last year

Hughes was nasty in relief as well...

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 02:09 PM
Girardi is known for over working pitchers. </p>


He did it in Florida, and has been doing it in NY. </p>




i can't say i agree wtih that cuz then i'd be a hypocrit

I killed him for NOT letting Joba throw like a real starter

they let Hughes pitch man... if he can't handle the load then he can't be pitcher. Hes been getting babied for a couple of years now, he had his shot and now he has dead arm...

personally i think its something to really worry about.
</p>


It was the Yankees front office who implemented the Joba rule, and I am pretty sure they are doing the same with Hughes. </p>


I am concerned about Hughes, he finished the season poorly last year, and this season he can't throw a ball past 90mph?</p>


I just hope the Yankees don't make the same mistake with the young talented pitchers we have in the farm system. </p>


Whatever happened to just letting the guys pitch, forget all this pitch count b.s</p>

but whats the mistake though?

letting him become a starter?

they babied Joba and he blew out and they let Hughes pitch and he seemed to of blew out

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 02:10 PM
only 2 dyas left to the Draft ...I have to admit between the lockout and the format they switched to last year I am less interested than ever....just gunna watch the first round and follow the rest online.</p>


unfortunately when the Giants pick it will be about 3 AM in Bayeux, France. Where I'll be.</p>

oh nice pappy, didn't know u were going away

good luck wiht that

be sure to wear your "I &lt;3 AMERICA" shirt while carrying a boom box screaching Hulk Hogan's REAL AMERICAN theme music as u walk by the Eiffle Tower

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 02:11 PM
Girardi is known for over working pitchers. </p>


He did it in Florida, and has been doing it in NY. </p>




i can't say i agree wtih that cuz then i'd be a hypocrit

I killed him for NOT letting Joba throw like a real starter

they let Hughes pitch man... if he can't handle the load then he can't be pitcher. Hes been getting babied for a couple of years now, he had his shot and now he has dead arm...

personally i think its something to really worry about.
</p>


It was the Yankees front office who implemented the Joba rule, and I am pretty sure they are doing the same with Hughes. </p>


I am concerned about Hughes, he finished the season poorly last year, and this season he can't throw a ball past 90mph?</p>


I just hope the Yankees don't make the same mistake with the young talented pitchers we have in the farm system. </p>


Whatever happened to just letting the guys pitch, forget all this pitch count b.s</p>


</p>


the "Joba rules" were not the problem. The problem was deciding to start the kid instead of keeping him in the bullpen.</p>

what if that was the mistake made with hughes?

JPizzack
04-26-2011, 02:11 PM
only 2 dyas left to the Draft ...I have to admit between the lockout and the format they switched to last year I am less interested than ever....just gunna watch the first round and follow the rest online.

the lockout totally took me out of it

im going to watch but i haven't followed anything. Im not getting myself worked up about the seaosn until i KNOW its not going to be locked out
</P>


oh, im off Thursday, I didnt even think about that. looks like i can watch! lol</P>

JPizzack
04-26-2011, 02:15 PM
while thats true, Hughes got a full year as a starter last year. One would have to think that his arm issues were from the work last year

Hughes was nasty in relief as well...
</P>


dude you cant just keep all your awesome bullpen pitchers in the bullpen. they all started as starting pitchers SOMEWHERE....it's natural progression for like 90% of pitchers coming up.
Some players work out, some dont....i was on board with both players being starters....if it was a bad decision, fine...then they shouldnt have been starters to begin with. there's no way to know that in advance.</P>

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 02:17 PM
Girardi is known for over working pitchers. </p>


He did it in Florida, and has been doing it in NY. </p>

i can't say i agree wtih that cuz then i'd be a hypocrit

I killed him for NOT letting Joba throw like a real starter

they let Hughes pitch man... if he can't handle the load then he can't be pitcher. Hes been getting babied for a couple of years now, he had his shot and now he has dead arm...

personally i think its something to really worry about.
they treated hughes just like joba. they usually took him out after the 6th. the dead arm is not from over use, its probably cause he was under used.



http://espn.go.com/mlb/player/gamelog/_/id/28638/year/2010/phil-hughes


thats not true, in 20 of his 30 starts he threw over 100 pitches - 8 of those games were into the 7th

games he didn't throw 100 pitches

game 1 - 99 pitches, threw 7 innings
game 2 - 99 pitches, threw 7 innings
game 3 - 94 pitches, 5.2 innings 10 hits, 6 ER
game 4 - 98 pitches, 5 innings, 9 hits


go loo kat the rest lol

JPizzack
04-26-2011, 02:18 PM
Morehead, (if youre still here)....
My brother had asked me the other day if there are like cheap guitars for beginners he should be looking for to learn electric.
Since my dad got me my first guitar (a fairly expensive one at that), I embarassingly admit i dont know much about what he's asking me.

Anything youre familiar with??

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 02:19 PM
Girardi is known for over working pitchers. </p>


He did it in Florida, and has been doing it in NY. </p>




i can't say i agree wtih that cuz then i'd be a hypocrit

I killed him for NOT letting Joba throw like a real starter

they let Hughes pitch man... if he can't handle the load then he can't be pitcher. Hes been getting babied for a couple of years now, he had his shot and now he has dead arm...

personally i think its something to really worry about.
</p>


It was the Yankees front office who implemented the Joba rule, and I am pretty sure they are doing the same with Hughes. </p>


I am concerned about Hughes, he finished the season poorly last year, and this season he can't throw a ball past 90mph?</p>


I just hope the Yankees don't make the same mistake with the young talented pitchers we have in the farm system. </p>


Whatever happened to just letting the guys pitch, forget all this pitch count b.s</p>


</p>


the "Joba rules" were not the problem. The problem was deciding to start the kid instead of keeping him in the bullpen.</p>


</p>


I disagree, the problem was not letting him get a feel out there on the mound. He never knew where he stood on the roster. One day he was a starter, then bullpen. Just let them pitch!!!!</p>

see i agree with both of you...

it could of been a mistake trying to let him become a pitcher... but if ur going to let him be a starter let him be a starter. Pop the tit out of his mouth

i still have no regrets throwing him as a starter... its hwat he was groomed to do his whole life. Its what he was drafted for

dezzzR
04-26-2011, 02:19 PM
did you guys see that article in the paper the other day how jeters coming out with a new book and that jeter and arod HATED each other. HATED. theyre cool now but i think thats pretty crazy. theres a part when they were playing the o's and there was a pop up between jeter and arod, and jeter kinda jumped into him, letting the ball drop. i remember watching that game and jeter looked so pissed at arod, but it was jeters fault. lol
said cc almost didnt come here because he didnt want to go to a team with a broken club house and that cashman had to reassure him.

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 02:19 PM
Well statistically Joba wasn't as bad as you guys make it sound. In fact for how much success you guys say Hughes had in last year starting, <font color="#0000ff">he really didn't have a real dominating year in comparison to</font> <font color="#0000ff">jobas...

</font>and don't bother qouting wins... run support is a dominating quality in whether a team wins or loses.

<font color="#0000ff">Hughes had a good year but he still had a 4.20 era. Joba has like a 4.75 ERA.
</font>
its just the overall point of it all. The double standard you guys throw for Hughes. Point is, it looks like his arm is in worse condition than Joba's ever was. But yet none of you ever called for Hughes to stay in the pen...

its ironic
</p>


-a RPs numbers should be lower in ERA. youre expected to pitch 1 inning...but lets skip that debate.
are we comparing Joba's starting to Hughes Starting? or Joba's pen work in comparison to Hughes starting? lol do you wanna go down that road? cuz it makes no sense.

Joba is better in the bullpen....i dont question that.
if you remember, in 08, Joba went from 98-100 down to barely touching 90mph. it was hard to stomach. He progressively got better velocity, but not like 07's stuff, which is ok, it happens.
Joba starting was just terrible...like watching him pitch was like watching your pet get murdered in front of you.

Hughes isn't a fireballer necessarily. 93-94 max i'd say....i guess we'll see how this pans out. it sucks regardless</p>

i was comparing jobas year as a starter vs hughes year last year

dezzzR
04-26-2011, 02:21 PM
Girardi is known for over working pitchers. </p>


He did it in Florida, and has been doing it in NY. </p>




i can't say i agree wtih that cuz then i'd be a hypocrit

I killed him for NOT letting Joba throw like a real starter

they let Hughes pitch man... if he can't handle the load then he can't be pitcher. Hes been getting babied for a couple of years now, he had his shot and now he has dead arm...

personally i think its something to really worry about.
</p>


It was the Yankees front office who implemented the Joba rule, and I am pretty sure they are doing the same with Hughes. </p>


I am concerned about Hughes, he finished the season poorly last year, and this season he can't throw a ball past 90mph?</p>


I just hope the Yankees don't make the same mistake with the young talented pitchers we have in the farm system. </p>


Whatever happened to just letting the guys pitch, forget all this pitch count b.s</p>


</p>


the "Joba rules" were not the problem. The problem was deciding to start the kid instead of keeping him in the bullpen.</p>


</p>


I disagree, the problem was not letting him get a feel out there on the mound. He never knew where he stood on the roster. One day he was a starter, then bullpen. Just let them pitch!!!!</p>

<u>see i agree with both of you...

it could of been a mistake trying to let him become a pitcher... but if ur going to let him be a starter let him be a starter. Pop the tit out of his mouth</u>

i still have no regrets throwing him as a starter... its hwat he was groomed to do his whole life. Its what he was drafted for
im right there with you. i dont agree with starting joba. it really ruined him.

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 02:21 PM
for the record, as i'm sure ive said before....I'm all about letting your "best" pitchers out of the bullpen and start if thats how they came up to the league. For the Yankees, it's only happened a few times anyway, but it's all trial and error, with Joba it didnt work, and if Hughes stays the way he is, it worked but then of course now doesnt...I dont believe in pitch counts, i dont believe in limited innings.
However I do feel there is such thing as overworking a pitcher in the long term. everyone deserves days off as relievers, and extra days off as a starter maybe too. There are very few pitchers who can even function on short rest. CC can do it, but it's definitely rare.
</p>

ehhh

im starting to believe more and more with pitch counts. I think older vets who know how to throw and maintain their body... not so much

but young guys like Hughes and Joba - have some type of protection with it but don't get out of control with the rules like they did with Joba. Then looking back at hughes numbers, we should of had a lil more protection for him. 20 games where he threw over 100 pitches, its hard to justify that in a guys first year

Morehead State
04-26-2011, 02:23 PM
Morehead, (if youre still here)....
My brother had asked me the other day if there are like cheap guitars for beginners he should be looking for to learn electric.
Since my dad got me my first guitar (a fairly expensive one at that), I embarassingly admit i dont know much about what he's asking me.

Anything youre familiar with??</P>


What would you consider inexpensive?</P>


Electric or Acoustic?</P>

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 02:23 PM
while thats true, Hughes got a full year as a starter last year. One would have to think that his arm issues were from the work last year

Hughes was nasty in relief as well...
</p>


dude you cant just keep all your awesome bullpen pitchers in the bullpen. they all started as starting pitchers SOMEWHERE....it's natural progression for like 90% of pitchers coming up.
Some players work out, some dont....i was on board with both players being starters....if it was a bad decision, fine...then they shouldnt have been starters to begin with. there's no way to know that in advance.</p>

i agree

i just think its funny how some will kill the ynaks for what they did with joba and then not speak with the same fire about whats going on with Hughes.

They pretty much have taken the same exact road, except IMO Hughes seems to be in worse condition than Joba ever was right now

Morehead State
04-26-2011, 02:25 PM
Girardi is known for over working pitchers. </P>


He did it in Florida, and has been doing it in NY. </P>




i can't say i agree wtih that cuz then i'd be a hypocrit

I killed him for NOT letting Joba throw like a real starter

they let Hughes pitch man... if he can't handle the load then he can't be pitcher. Hes been getting babied for a couple of years now, he had his shot and now he has dead arm...

personally i think its something to really worry about.
</P>


It was the Yankees front office who implemented the Joba rule, and I am pretty sure they are doing the same with Hughes. </P>


I am concerned about Hughes, he finished the season poorly last year, and this season he can't throw a ball past 90mph?</P>


I just hope the Yankees don't make the same mistake with the young talented pitchers we have in the farm system. </P>


Whatever happened to just letting the guys pitch, forget all this pitch count b.s</P>


</P>


the "Joba rules" were not the problem. The problem was deciding to start the kid instead of keeping him in the bullpen.</P>


</P>


I disagree, the problem was not letting him get a feel out there on the mound. He never knew where he stood on the roster. One day he was a starter, then bullpen. Just let them pitch!!!!</P>




<U>see i agree with both of you...

it could of been a mistake trying to let him become a pitcher... but if ur going to let him be a starter let him be a starter. Pop the tit out of his mouth</U>

i still have no regrets throwing him as a starter... its hwat he was groomed to do his whole life. Its what he was drafted for
im right there with you. i dont agree with starting joba. it really ruined him.
</P>


You said you agreed and then made a statement that completely disagreed.</P>

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 02:26 PM
Morehead, (if youre still here)....
My brother had asked me the other day if there are like cheap guitars for beginners he should be looking for to learn electric.
Since my dad got me my first guitar (a fairly expensive one at that), I embarassingly admit i dont know much about what he's asking me.

Anything youre familiar with??

if its electric, Ibanez has like a good startup package for like 150 typically. You get like amini amp and guiatar at sam ash...

JPizzack
04-26-2011, 02:26 PM
did you guys see that article in the paper the other day how jeters coming out with a new book and that jeter and arod HATED each other. HATED. theyre cool now but i think thats pretty crazy. theres a part when they were playing the o's and there was a pop up between jeter and arod, and jeter kinda jumped into him, letting the ball drop. i remember watching that game and jeter looked so pissed at arod, but it was jeters fault. lol
said cc almost didnt come here because he didnt want to go to a team with a broken club house and that cashman had to reassure him.
</P>


yea dude, that was pretty public around the 04-05 season when A-Rod got here. Cuz they were really tight when A-Rod was in Seattle, like BFFs(lol)!! But kinda grew apart, and then when he was brought here, there was a falling out. As far as I know though, it didn't last very long. Both guys kinda knew they were gonna be around for awhile, so I guess it was squashed. I'm pretty sure they are cool now.</P>

dezzzR
04-26-2011, 02:26 PM
Girardi is known for over working pitchers. </p>


He did it in Florida, and has been doing it in NY. </p>

i can't say i agree wtih that cuz then i'd be a hypocrit

I killed him for NOT letting Joba throw like a real starter

they let Hughes pitch man... if he can't handle the load then he can't be pitcher. Hes been getting babied for a couple of years now, he had his shot and now he has dead arm...

personally i think its something to really worry about.
they treated hughes just like joba. they usually took him out after the 6th. the dead arm is not from over use, its probably cause he was under used.



http://espn.go.com/mlb/player/gamelog/_/id/28638/year/2010/phil-hughes


thats not true, in 20 of his 30 starts he threw over 100 pitches - 8 of those games were into the 7th

games he didn't throw 100 pitches

game 1 - 99 pitches, threw 7 innings
game 2 - 99 pitches, threw 7 innings
game 3 - 94 pitches, 5.2 innings 10 hits, 6 ER
game 4 - 98 pitches, 5 innings, 9 hits


go loo kat the rest lol

i think you need to re look at those numbers, he was taken out in the 6th or before 22 times last year. talk about babying a pitcher.

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 02:26 PM
did you guys see that article in the paper the other day how jeters coming out with a new book and that jeter and arod HATED each other. HATED. theyre cool now but i think thats pretty crazy. theres a part when they were playing the o's and there was a pop up between jeter and arod, and jeter kinda jumped into him, letting the ball drop. i remember watching that game and jeter looked so pissed at arod, but it was jeters fault. lol
said cc almost didnt come here because he didnt want to go to a team with a broken club house and that cashman had to reassure him.


na some writer came out with it, it wasn't jeter

lttaylor56
04-26-2011, 02:27 PM
Kendra Wilkinson on Dancing with the stars last night: Instructor tells her that she has to shake everything that God gave her. She say's God didn't give me these. lol.
</p>


stop supporting terrible reality shows that ruin television.</p>Jersey Shore attracts 9 million viewers each week and I'm not one.

dezzzR
04-26-2011, 02:28 PM
Girardi is known for over working pitchers. </p>


He did it in Florida, and has been doing it in NY. </p>




i can't say i agree wtih that cuz then i'd be a hypocrit

I killed him for NOT letting Joba throw like a real starter

they let Hughes pitch man... if he can't handle the load then he can't be pitcher. Hes been getting babied for a couple of years now, he had his shot and now he has dead arm...

personally i think its something to really worry about.
</p>


It was the Yankees front office who implemented the Joba rule, and I am pretty sure they are doing the same with Hughes. </p>


I am concerned about Hughes, he finished the season poorly last year, and this season he can't throw a ball past 90mph?</p>


I just hope the Yankees don't make the same mistake with the young talented pitchers we have in the farm system. </p>


Whatever happened to just letting the guys pitch, forget all this pitch count b.s</p>


</p>


the "Joba rules" were not the problem. The problem was deciding to start the kid instead of keeping him in the bullpen.</p>


</p>


I disagree, the problem was not letting him get a feel out there on the mound. He never knew where he stood on the roster. One day he was a starter, then bullpen. Just let them pitch!!!!</p>




<u>see i agree with both of you...

it could of been a mistake trying to let him become a pitcher... but if ur going to let him be a starter let him be a starter. Pop the tit out of his mouth</u>

i still have no regrets throwing him as a starter... its hwat he was groomed to do his whole life. Its what he was drafted for
im right there with you. i dont agree with starting joba. it really ruined him.
</p>


You said you agreed and then made a statement that completely disagreed.</p>i agreed with the underlined. if theyre going to start him, do it, dont baby him. but i dont think he should have started

dezzzR
04-26-2011, 02:29 PM
did you guys see that article in the paper the other day how jeters coming out with a new book and that jeter and arod HATED each other. HATED. theyre cool now but i think thats pretty crazy. theres a part when they were playing the o's and there was a pop up between jeter and arod, and jeter kinda jumped into him, letting the ball drop. i remember watching that game and jeter looked so pissed at arod, but it was jeters fault. lol
said cc almost didnt come here because he didnt want to go to a team with a broken club house and that cashman had to reassure him.


na some writer came out with it, it wasn't jeter


ohhhhhhhhh i thought it was jeters tell all autobiography

JPizzack
04-26-2011, 02:31 PM
Kendra Wilkinson on Dancing with the stars last night: Instructor tells her that she has to shake everything that God gave her. She say's God didn't give me these. lol.
</P>


stop supporting terrible reality shows that ruin television.</P>


Jersey Shore attracts 9 million viewers each week and I'm not one.
</P>


ditto.</P>


luckily, i dont care what MTV plays, because they dont have any real programming, so it's kind of irrelevant. But network stations like fox, nbc, abc etc....they are riding out these cash cows, funded by the ratings of stupid ****ing people. once again, reminding me why i hate the general population</P>

dezzzR
04-26-2011, 02:33 PM
Kendra Wilkinson on Dancing with the stars last night: Instructor tells her that she has to shake everything that God gave her. She say's God didn't give me these. lol.
</p>


stop supporting terrible reality shows that ruin television.</p>


Jersey Shore attracts 9 million viewers each week and I'm not one.
</p>


ditto.</p>you love that muff cabbage

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 02:34 PM
Girardi is known for over working pitchers. </p>


He did it in Florida, and has been doing it in NY. </p>

i can't say i agree wtih that cuz then i'd be a hypocrit

I killed him for NOT letting Joba throw like a real starter

they let Hughes pitch man... if he can't handle the load then he can't be pitcher. Hes been getting babied for a couple of years now, he had his shot and now he has dead arm...

personally i think its something to really worry about.
they treated hughes just like joba. they usually took him out after the 6th. the dead arm is not from over use, its probably cause he was under used.



http://espn.go.com/mlb/player/gamelog/_/id/28638/year/2010/phil-hughes


thats not true, in 20 of his 30 starts he threw over 100 pitches - 8 of those games were into the 7th

games he didn't throw 100 pitches

game 1 - 99 pitches, threw 7 innings
game 2 - 99 pitches, threw 7 innings
game 3 - 94 pitches, 5.2 innings 10 hits, 6 ER
game 4 - 98 pitches, 5 innings, 9 hits


go loo kat the rest lol

i think you need to re look at those numbers, he was taken out in the 6th or before 22 times last year. talk about babying a pitcher.


i dont see how u can get babying just from seeing the innings

are u not lookin at how many pitches he had?

April 15 - 5.0 innings 108 pitches
April 27 - 5.2 innings 109 pitches
May17 - 5.0 innings 104 pitches
May 22 - 5.2 innings 117 pitches
June 8 - 6.0 innings 10 hits 102 pitches
June 13 - 5.2 innings 110 pitches
June 29 - 5.2 innings 94 pitches (10 hits 6 ER)
July 4 - 6 innings 101 pitches
July 20 - 5.0 innings 98 pitches (9 hits 6 ER)
July 30 - 6.0 innings 104 pitches


theres like 2 games in august when he got pulled a lil early but how can uy say he was babied with those games?

lttaylor56
04-26-2011, 02:34 PM
Morehead, (if youre still here)....
My brother had asked me the other day if there are like cheap guitars for beginners he should be looking for to learn electric.
Since my dad got me my first guitar (a fairly expensive one at that), I embarassingly admit i dont know much about what he's asking me.

Anything youre familiar with??

if its electric, Ibanez has like a good startup package for like 150 typically. You get like amini amp and guiatar at sam ash...
Have him start with this. It's a yuke, we in the biz, call it that short for<span id="btAsinTitle" style=""> Ukulele. Beautiful model in boy blue. If he can play this, he can play anything. lol. I like the ibanez, my daughter went with Fender for a startup kit with an amp that was so small, my wife and I were hysterical laughing when we opened it up. It worked really well though.

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/31eFPEUBveL._SL500_AA300_.jpg

</span>

Morehead State
04-26-2011, 02:35 PM
Morehead, (if youre still here)....
My brother had asked me the other day if there are like cheap guitars for beginners he should be looking for to learn electric.
Since my dad got me my first guitar (a fairly expensive one at that), I embarassingly admit i dont know much about what he's asking me.

Anything youre familiar with??

if its electric, Ibanez has like a good startup package for like 150 typically. You get like amini amp and guiatar at sam ash...
</P>


Get an Ibanez no matter what. Ibanez is like buying a Honda. they are always good quality.</P>


If its electric, get a Roland Micro Cube amp. They are awesome and cost about 100 bucks. But you are really better off getting an amp on Craig's list. You can get a decent one for about $50 bucks.</P>

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 02:37 PM
Girardi is known for over working pitchers. </p>


He did it in Florida, and has been doing it in NY. </p>




i can't say i agree wtih that cuz then i'd be a hypocrit

I killed him for NOT letting Joba throw like a real starter

they let Hughes pitch man... if he can't handle the load then he can't be pitcher. Hes been getting babied for a couple of years now, he had his shot and now he has dead arm...

personally i think its something to really worry about.
</p>


It was the Yankees front office who implemented the Joba rule, and I am pretty sure they are doing the same with Hughes. </p>


I am concerned about Hughes, he finished the season poorly last year, and this season he can't throw a ball past 90mph?</p>


I just hope the Yankees don't make the same mistake with the young talented pitchers we have in the farm system. </p>


Whatever happened to just letting the guys pitch, forget all this pitch count b.s</p>


</p>


the "Joba rules" were not the problem. The problem was deciding to start the kid instead of keeping him in the bullpen.</p>


</p>


I disagree, the problem was not letting him get a feel out there on the mound. He never knew where he stood on the roster. One day he was a starter, then bullpen. Just let them pitch!!!!</p>




<u>see i agree with both of you...

it could of been a mistake trying to let him become a pitcher... but if ur going to let him be a starter let him be a starter. Pop the tit out of his mouth</u>

i still have no regrets throwing him as a starter... its hwat he was groomed to do his whole life. Its what he was drafted for
im right there with you. i dont agree with starting joba. it really ruined him.
</p>


You said you agreed and then made a statement that completely disagreed.</p>

well no. You HAD to use him a astarter. Its what you got him for. I feel he never got a chance to really be a pitcher out there. Let the game come to him.

It may not of been the move to make in hindsight, but i still feel like we don't know. I feel like he just got ruined... he never really was able to take the mound the way a pitcher should that year as a starter. Those rules were horse****

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 02:37 PM
Kendra Wilkinson on Dancing with the stars last night: Instructor tells her that she has to shake everything that God gave her. She say's God didn't give me these. lol.
</p>


stop supporting terrible reality shows that ruin television.</p>Jersey Shore attracts 9 million viewers each week and I'm not one.


Pizz is... he LOOOVE snookie

Morehead State
04-26-2011, 02:43 PM
OK. Since I'm leaving tomorrow I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to predict anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</P>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</P>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</P>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</P>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</P>

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 02:45 PM
OK. Since I'm leaving tomorrow I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to predict anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</p>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</p>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</p>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</p>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</p>

keep dreaming

you and your first round running backs - whats the point?

last year u were creaming over spiller

JPizzack
04-26-2011, 02:45 PM
Morehead, (if youre still here)....
My brother had asked me the other day if there are like cheap guitars for beginners he should be looking for to learn electric.
Since my dad got me my first guitar (a fairly expensive one at that), I embarassingly admit i dont know much about what he's asking me.

Anything youre familiar with??

if its electric, Ibanez has like a good startup package for like 150 typically. You get like amini amp and guiatar at sam ash...
</P>


Get an Ibanez no matter what. Ibanez is like buying a Honda. they are always good quality.</P>


If its electric, get a Roland Micro Cube amp. They are awesome and cost about 100 bucks. But you are really better off getting an amp on Craig's list. You can get a decent one for about $50 bucks.</P>


</P>


nice, thanks. </P>

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 02:46 PM
OK. Since I'm leaving tomorrow I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to predict anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</p>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</p>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</p>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</p>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</p>

Giants trade a couple of picks down to pick up another pick for like the 5th round, which they will then waste on like a backup QB that will never see the field, and then snatch pouncey

lttaylor56
04-26-2011, 02:49 PM
Kendra Wilkinson on Dancing with the stars last night: Instructor tells her that she has to shake everything that God gave her. She say's God didn't give me these. lol.
</p>


stop supporting terrible reality shows that ruin television.</p>


Jersey Shore attracts 9 million viewers each week and I'm not one.
</p>


ditto.</p>you love that muff cabbage
BTW--I read that the jacked guy on jersey shore's ex-gf, Sammi-something was getting hit on by some San diego charger football players. If it's a mindless t&amp;a reality show, I'll give it 10 or 15 minutes of my time, but the idol, and it's offshoots, bachelor, biggest loser---no way, I'm not watching.

Morehead State
04-26-2011, 02:51 PM
OK. Since I'm leaving tomorrow I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to predict anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</P>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</P>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</P>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</P>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</P>




keep dreaming

you and your first round running backs - whats the point?

last year u were creaming over spiller
</P>


I don't remember being hot on Spiller last year and I'm definately not hot on Ingram. As I said, its not what I would do.</P>


<FONT size=5>Read, Matt.</FONT></P>


This is my prediction, not my hope. My hope is Jimmy Smith. The reality is that there is no one except D lineman and Ingram with value at 19 if Costanzo isn't there. And I will slit my wrists if we draft another D lineman # 1.</P>

dezzzR
04-26-2011, 02:53 PM
Girardi is known for over working pitchers. </p>


He did it in Florida, and has been doing it in NY. </p>

i can't say i agree wtih that cuz then i'd be a hypocrit

I killed him for NOT letting Joba throw like a real starter

they let Hughes pitch man... if he can't handle the load then he can't be pitcher. Hes been getting babied for a couple of years now, he had his shot and now he has dead arm...

personally i think its something to really worry about.
they treated hughes just like joba. they usually took him out after the 6th. the dead arm is not from over use, its probably cause he was under used.



http://espn.go.com/mlb/player/gamelog/_/id/28638/year/2010/phil-hughes


thats not true, in 20 of his 30 starts he threw over 100 pitches - 8 of those games were into the 7th

games he didn't throw 100 pitches

game 1 - 99 pitches, threw 7 innings
game 2 - 99 pitches, threw 7 innings
game 3 - 94 pitches, 5.2 innings 10 hits, 6 ER
game 4 - 98 pitches, 5 innings, 9 hits


go loo kat the rest lol

i think you need to re look at those numbers, he was taken out in the 6th or before 22 times last year. talk about babying a pitcher.


i dont see how u can get babying just from seeing the innings

are u not lookin at how many pitches he had?

April 15 - 5.0 innings 108 pitches
April 27 - 5.2 innings 109 pitches
May17 - 5.0 innings 104 pitches
May 22 - 5.2 innings 117 pitches
June 8 - 6.0 innings 10 hits 102 pitches
June 13 - 5.2 innings 110 pitches
June 29 - 5.2 innings 94 pitches (10 hits 6 ER)
July 4 - 6 innings 101 pitches
July 20 - 5.0 innings 98 pitches (9 hits 6 ER)
July 30 - 6.0 innings 104 pitches


theres like 2 games in august when he got pulled a lil early but how can uy say he was babied with those games?


i dont care about the pitch count. when girardis babying a pitcher he takes them out in the 6th or when ever he thinks they might blow it. hughes was an overall better starter than joba. probably why he left him in longer in some games. 170 innings isnt a lot for a starting pitcher.

lttaylor56
04-26-2011, 02:54 PM
Kendra Wilkinson on Dancing with the stars last night: Instructor tells her that she has to shake everything that God gave her. She say's God didn't give me these. lol.
</p>


stop supporting terrible reality shows that ruin television.</p>Jersey Shore attracts 9 million viewers each week and I'm not one.


Pizz is... he LOOOVE snookie
I heard they are neighbors?

dezzzR
04-26-2011, 02:56 PM
OK. <u>Since I'm leaving tomorrow</u> I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to predict anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</p>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</p>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</p>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</p>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</p>the liberal elitest is going home. thaaank gooood

lttaylor56
04-26-2011, 02:58 PM
OK. Since I'm leaving tomorrow I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to predict anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</p>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</p>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</p>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</p>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</p>




keep dreaming

you and your first round running backs - whats the point?

last year u were creaming over spiller
</p>


I don't remember being hot on Spiller last year and I'm definately not hot on Ingram. As I said, its not what I would do.</p>


<font size="5">Read, Matt.</font></p>


This is my prediction, not my hope. My hope is Jimmy Smith. The reality is that there is no one except D lineman and Ingram with value at 19 if Costanzo isn't there. And I will slit my wrists if we draft another D lineman # 1.</p>Have a great trip MH--I hope Constanzo is there, but have a feeling that he will not be.

Morehead State
04-26-2011, 02:58 PM
OK. <U>Since I'm leaving tomorrow</U> I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to predict anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</P>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</P>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</P>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</P>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</P>


the liberal elitest is going home. thaaank gooood
</P>


How's that birther thing working out for ya kid?</P>

Morehead State
04-26-2011, 02:59 PM
OK. Since I'm leaving tomorrow I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to predict anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</P>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</P>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</P>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</P>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</P>




keep dreaming

you and your first round running backs - whats the point?

last year u were creaming over spiller
</P>


I don't remember being hot on Spiller last year and I'm definately not hot on Ingram. As I said, its not what I would do.</P>


<FONT size=5>Read, Matt.</FONT></P>


This is my prediction, not my hope. My hope is Jimmy Smith. The reality is that there is no one except D lineman and Ingram with value at 19 if Costanzo isn't there. And I will slit my wrists if we draft another D lineman # 1.</P>


Have a great trip MH--I hope Constanzo is there, but have a feeling that he will not be.
</P>


I don't think so either. Maybe the Cowboys will take him.</P>

lttaylor56
04-26-2011, 03:01 PM
OK. <u>Since I'm leaving tomorrow</u> I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to <font color="#ff0000">predict</font> anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</p>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</p>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</p>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</p>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</p>the liberal elitest is going home. thaaank gooood
Actually, an observation,---In my short tenure here, I have witnessed two occassions where MMB has made <font color="#ff0000">predictions</font> and wagered on them. This is not about his winning or losing, but the predictions. LOL.

dezzzR
04-26-2011, 03:01 PM
OK. <u>Since I'm leaving tomorrow</u> I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to predict anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</p>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</p>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</p>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</p>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</p>


the liberal elitest is going home. thaaank gooood
</p>


How's that birther thing working out for ya kid?</p>excellent. trumps leading all repub candidates

JPizzack
04-26-2011, 03:04 PM
Kendra Wilkinson on Dancing with the stars last night: Instructor tells her that she has to shake everything that God gave her. She say's God didn't give me these. lol.
</P>


stop supporting terrible reality shows that ruin television.</P>


Jersey Shore attracts 9 million viewers each week and I'm not one.


Pizz is... he LOOOVE snookie
I heard they are neighbors?
</P>


I hate both of you.</P>

Morehead State
04-26-2011, 03:09 PM
OK. <U>Since I'm leaving tomorrow</U> I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to predict anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</P>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</P>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</P>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</P>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</P>


the liberal elitest is going home. thaaank gooood
</P>


How's that birther thing working out for ya kid?</P>


excellent. trumps leading all repub candidates
</P>


Trump has the same chance of getting elected as I do.</P>


It willbe Romney vs. Obama.</P>

dezzzR
04-26-2011, 03:15 PM
OK. <u>Since I'm leaving tomorrow</u> I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to predict anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</p>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</p>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</p>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</p>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</p>


the liberal elitest is going home. thaaank gooood
</p>


How's that birther thing working out for ya kid?</p>


excellent. trumps leading all repub candidates
</p>


Trump has the same chance of getting elected as I do.</p>


It willbe Romney vs. Obama.</p>whats your beef with trump? i mean, i know you like the way they do things in france and the rest of euro, but come on. hes the new hip.

Morehead State
04-26-2011, 03:19 PM
OK. <U>Since I'm leaving tomorrow</U> I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to predict anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</P>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</P>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</P>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</P>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</P>


the liberal elitest is going home. thaaank gooood
</P>


How's that birther thing working out for ya kid?</P>


excellent. trumps leading all repub candidates
</P>


Trump has the same chance of getting elected as I do.</P>


It willbe Romney vs. Obama.</P>


whats your beef with trump? i mean, i know you like the way they do things in france and the rest of euro, but come on. hes the new hip.
</P>


He doesn't know anything.</P>


He said he would place a 25% tarrif on all Chinese goods coming to this country. This is a 25% tax on the American people. This would cripple our economy and cause a dangerous trade war.</P>


He also said that he would confiscate all the oil wells in Iraq "To the victor go the spoils" he said. This is a direct violation of international law and would be most accounts, create such world upheaval it would essentially start World War III.</P>


The guy is a carnival barker. He's P. T. Barnum. Not a serious world figure.</P>


He's a joke.</P>

lttaylor56
04-26-2011, 03:19 PM
OK. <u>Since I'm leaving tomorrow</u> I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to predict anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</p>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</p>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</p>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</p>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</p>


the liberal elitest is going home. thaaank gooood
</p>


How's that birther thing working out for ya kid?</p>


excellent. trumps leading all repub candidates
</p>


Trump has the same chance of getting elected as I do.</p>


It willbe Romney vs. Obama.</p>whats your beef with trump? i mean, i know you like the way they do things in france and the rest of euro, but come on. hes the new hip.
I would like to see them give Trump a shot at it. I mean wtf, can it get any worse? Let's run the country like a business with the ultimate goal to generate a profit. Holy ****, what a novel idea?

JPizzack
04-26-2011, 03:20 PM
OK. <U>Since I'm leaving tomorrow</U> I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to predict anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</P>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</P>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</P>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</P>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</P>


the liberal elitest is going home. thaaank gooood
</P>


How's that birther thing working out for ya kid?</P>


excellent. trumps leading all repub candidates
</P>


Trump has the same chance of getting elected as I do.</P>


It willbe Romney vs. Obama.</P>


whats your beef with trump? i mean, i know you like the way they do things in france and the rest of euro, but come on. hes the new hip.

3 words....(although some arent words lol, you get the point)
USFL, NY/NJ, Generals

we're talking about a guy who single-handedly destroyed a porfessional sports league with his OWN AGENDA....and people think this guy is fit to run a country? lol</P>

lttaylor56
04-26-2011, 03:22 PM
OK. <u>Since I'm leaving tomorrow</u> I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to predict anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</p>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</p>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</p>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</p>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</p>


the liberal elitest is going home. thaaank gooood
</p>


How's that birther thing working out for ya kid?</p>


excellent. trumps leading all repub candidates
</p>


Trump has the same chance of getting elected as I do.</p>


It willbe Romney vs. Obama.</p>


whats your beef with trump? i mean, i know you like the way they do things in france and the rest of euro, but come on. hes the new hip.

3 words....(although some arent words lol, you get the point)
USFL, NY/NJ, Generals

we're talking about a guy who single-handedly destroyed a porfessional sports league with his OWN AGENDA....and people think this guy is fit to run a country? lol</p>eh, sports, schmortz, I dunno, I say give the Don a crack at it.

dezzzR
04-26-2011, 03:24 PM
OK. <u>Since I'm leaving tomorrow</u> I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to predict anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</p>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</p>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</p>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</p>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</p>


the liberal elitest is going home. thaaank gooood
</p>


How's that birther thing working out for ya kid?</p>


excellent. trumps leading all repub candidates
</p>


Trump has the same chance of getting elected as I do.</p>


It willbe Romney vs. Obama.</p>


whats your beef with trump? i mean, i know you like the way they do things in france and the rest of euro, but come on. hes the new hip.
</p>


He doesn't know anything.</p>


He said he would place a 25% tarrif on all Chinese goods coming to this country. This is a 25% tax on the American people. This would cripple our economy and cause a dangerous trade war.</p>


He also said that he would confiscate all the oil wells in Iraq "To the victor go the spoils" he said. This is a direct violation of international law and would be most accounts, create such world upheaval it would essentially start World War III.</p>


The guy is a carnival barker. He's P. T. Barnum. Not a serious world figure.</p>


He's a joke.</p>im not worried. look at all the things obama promised to do lol

JPizzack
04-26-2011, 03:25 PM
not to mention all the important things MH said ;)</P>


</P>


I say we elect a homeless man with no experience in anything.
the definition of starting fresh, and only gut instinct to go off of. impenatrable by lobbyying, because he wouldnt understand anyway. Best idea i've ever had!</P>

dezzzR
04-26-2011, 03:25 PM
OK. <u>Since I'm leaving tomorrow</u> I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to predict anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</p>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</p>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</p>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</p>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</p>


the liberal elitest is going home. thaaank gooood
</p>


How's that birther thing working out for ya kid?</p>


excellent. trumps leading all repub candidates
</p>


Trump has the same chance of getting elected as I do.</p>


It willbe Romney vs. Obama.</p>whats your beef with trump? i mean, i know you like the way they do things in france and the rest of euro, but come on. hes the new hip.
I would like to see them give Trump a shot at it. I mean wtf, can it get any worse? Let's run the country like a business with the ultimate goal to generate a profit. Holy ****, what a novel idea?
lmao +10000

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 03:27 PM
Girardi is known for over working pitchers. </p>


He did it in Florida, and has been doing it in NY. </p>

i can't say i agree wtih that cuz then i'd be a hypocrit

I killed him for NOT letting Joba throw like a real starter

they let Hughes pitch man... if he can't handle the load then he can't be pitcher. Hes been getting babied for a couple of years now, he had his shot and now he has dead arm...

personally i think its something to really worry about.
they treated hughes just like joba. they usually took him out after the 6th. the dead arm is not from over use, its probably cause he was under used.



http://espn.go.com/mlb/player/gamelog/_/id/28638/year/2010/phil-hughes


thats not true, in 20 of his 30 starts he threw over 100 pitches - 8 of those games were into the 7th

games he didn't throw 100 pitches

game 1 - 99 pitches, threw 7 innings
game 2 - 99 pitches, threw 7 innings
game 3 - 94 pitches, 5.2 innings 10 hits, 6 ER
game 4 - 98 pitches, 5 innings, 9 hits


go loo kat the rest lol

i think you need to re look at those numbers, he was taken out in the 6th or before 22 times last year. talk about babying a pitcher.


i dont see how u can get babying just from seeing the innings

are u not lookin at how many pitches he had?

April 15 - 5.0 innings 108 pitches
April 27 - 5.2 innings 109 pitches
May17 - 5.0 innings 104 pitches
May 22 - 5.2 innings 117 pitches
June 8 - 6.0 innings 10 hits 102 pitches
June 13 - 5.2 innings 110 pitches
June 29 - 5.2 innings 94 pitches (10 hits 6 ER)
July 4 - 6 innings 101 pitches
July 20 - 5.0 innings 98 pitches (9 hits 6 ER)
July 30 - 6.0 innings 104 pitches


theres like 2 games in august when he got pulled a lil early but how can uy say he was babied with those games?


i dont care about the pitch count. when girardis babying a pitcher he takes them out in the 6th or when ever he thinks they might blow it. hughes was an overall better starter than joba. probably why he left him in longer in some games. 170 innings isnt a lot for a starting pitcher.


na thats not babying a pitcher.

Hughes didn't get babied at all except for maybe the end of the year which was when he clearly started losing his effectiveness

ny06
04-26-2011, 03:28 PM
not to mention all the important things MH said ;)</P>


</P>


I say we elect a homeless man <FONT color=#0000ff>with no experience in anything</FONT>.
the definition of starting fresh, and only gut instinct to go off of. impenatrable by lobbyying, because he wouldnt understand anyway. Best idea i've ever had!</P>


</P>


Didn't America already do that with Obama</P>

Morehead State
04-26-2011, 03:28 PM
OK. <U>Since I'm leaving tomorrow</U> I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to predict anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</P>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</P>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</P>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</P>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</P>


the liberal elitest is going home. thaaank gooood
</P>


How's that birther thing working out for ya kid?</P>


excellent. trumps leading all repub candidates
</P>


Trump has the same chance of getting elected as I do.</P>


It willbe Romney vs. Obama.</P>


whats your beef with trump? i mean, i know you like the way they do things in france and the rest of euro, but come on. hes the new hip.
</P>


He doesn't know anything.</P>


He said he would place a 25% tarrif on all Chinese goods coming to this country. This is a 25% tax on the American people. This would cripple our economy and cause a dangerous trade war.</P>


He also said that he would confiscate all the oil wells in Iraq "To the victor go the spoils" he said. This is a direct violation of international law and would be most accounts, create such world upheaval it would essentially start World War III.</P>


The guy is a carnival barker. He's P. T. Barnum. Not a serious world figure.</P>


He's a joke.</P>


im not worried. look at all the things obama promised to do
</P>


We need someone with a sound economic philosophy. Someone with a keen understanding of the world and the need for REDUCED American military involvement.</P>


We need sound, small government solutions to get us out of the financial, military and diplomatic mess we are in.</P>


Trump is a self promoting clown. Its the last thing we need. We need an adult. We have had children in the White House for the last 10 years. And we are facing the abyss as a product.</P>

lttaylor56
04-26-2011, 03:28 PM
not to mention all the important things MH said ;)</p>


</p>


I say we elect a homeless man with no experience in anything.
the definition of starting fresh, and only gut instinct to go off of. impenatrable by lobbyying, because he wouldnt understand anyway. Best idea i've ever had!</p>One of the most brilliant ideas--I have heard in a long time. Anyway it goes, more will be taken out of our checks, less will be deductible, health insurance will continue to skyrocket and gasoline will continue to go up. God bless America.

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 03:28 PM
OK. <u>Since I'm leaving tomorrow</u> I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to <font color="#ff0000">predict</font> anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</p>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</p>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</p>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</p>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</p>the liberal elitest is going home. thaaank gooood
Actually, an observation,---In my short tenure here, I have witnessed two occassions where MMB has made <font color="#ff0000">predictions</font> and wagered on them. This is not about his winning or losing, but the predictions. LOL.


lol my money is always up

im still waiting to double or nothing with bandy lol

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 03:28 PM
OK. <u>Since I'm leaving tomorrow</u> I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to predict anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</p>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</p>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</p>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</p>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</p>


the liberal elitest is going home. thaaank gooood
</p>


How's that birther thing working out for ya kid?</p>excellent. trumps leading all repub candidates


yea say that like its a good thing

lttaylor56
04-26-2011, 03:30 PM
OK. <u>Since I'm leaving tomorrow</u> I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to <font color="#ff0000">predict</font> anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</p>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</p>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</p>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</p>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</p>the liberal elitest is going home. thaaank gooood
Actually, an observation,---In my short tenure here, I have witnessed two occassions where MMB has made <font color="#ff0000">predictions</font> and wagered on them. This is not about his winning or losing, but the predictions. LOL.


lol my money is always up

im still waiting to double or nothing with bandy lol
A man with no fear of losing. Without risk, their is no higher reward.

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 03:31 PM
OK. <u>Since I'm leaving tomorrow</u> I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to predict anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</p>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</p>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</p>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</p>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</p>


the liberal elitest is going home. thaaank gooood
</p>


How's that birther thing working out for ya kid?</p>


excellent. trumps leading all repub candidates
</p>


Trump has the same chance of getting elected as I do.</p>


It willbe Romney vs. Obama.</p>


whats your beef with trump? i mean, i know you like the way they do things in france and the rest of euro, but come on. hes the new hip.
</p>


He doesn't know anything.</p>


He said he would place a 25% tarrif on all Chinese goods coming to this country. This is a 25% tax on the American people. This would cripple our economy and cause a dangerous trade war.</p>


He also said that he would confiscate all the oil wells in Iraq "To the victor go the spoils" he said. This is a direct violation of international law and would be most accounts, create such world upheaval it would essentially start World War III.</p>


The guy is a carnival barker. He's P. T. Barnum. Not a serious world figure.</p>


He's a joke.</p>im not worried. look at all the things obama promised to do lol


maybe the situation can be his VP

they would own the world

dezzzR
04-26-2011, 03:40 PM
OK. <u>Since I'm leaving tomorrow</u> I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to predict anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</p>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</p>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</p>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</p>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</p>


the liberal elitest is going home. thaaank gooood
</p>


How's that birther thing working out for ya kid?</p>


excellent. trumps leading all repub candidates
</p>


Trump has the same chance of getting elected as I do.</p>


It willbe Romney vs. Obama.</p>


whats your beef with trump? i mean, i know you like the way they do things in france and the rest of euro, but come on. hes the new hip.
</p>


He doesn't know anything.</p>


He said he would place a 25% tarrif on all Chinese goods coming to this country. This is a 25% tax on the American people. This would cripple our economy and cause a dangerous trade war.</p>


He also said that he would confiscate all the oil wells in Iraq "To the victor go the spoils" he said. This is a direct violation of international law and would be most accounts, create such world upheaval it would essentially start World War III.</p>


The guy is a carnival barker. He's P. T. Barnum. Not a serious world figure.</p>


He's a joke.</p>im not worried. look at all the things obama promised to do lol


maybe the situation can be his VP

they would own the world
honestly with the way "your man" is running the country into the ground, you shouldnt talk.

ny06
04-26-2011, 03:41 PM
Giants let Chris Canty work out</P>


http://sports.espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/news/story?id=6430611&amp;campaign=rss&amp;source=NFLHeadlines</P>


I like what Coughlin said.</P>


'Hey, the grass out there is ready to go.'" </P>

Morehead State
04-26-2011, 03:41 PM
Trump may be one of the few people who is more dangerous to this country than Obama.

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 03:42 PM
OK. <u>Since I'm leaving tomorrow</u> I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to predict anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</p>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</p>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</p>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</p>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</p>


the liberal elitest is going home. thaaank gooood
</p>


How's that birther thing working out for ya kid?</p>


excellent. trumps leading all repub candidates
</p>


Trump has the same chance of getting elected as I do.</p>


It willbe Romney vs. Obama.</p>


whats your beef with trump? i mean, i know you like the way they do things in france and the rest of euro, but come on. hes the new hip.
</p>


He doesn't know anything.</p>


He said he would place a 25% tarrif on all Chinese goods coming to this country. This is a 25% tax on the American people. This would cripple our economy and cause a dangerous trade war.</p>


He also said that he would confiscate all the oil wells in Iraq "To the victor go the spoils" he said. This is a direct violation of international law and would be most accounts, create such world upheaval it would essentially start World War III.</p>


The guy is a carnival barker. He's P. T. Barnum. Not a serious world figure.</p>


He's a joke.</p>im not worried. look at all the things obama promised to do lol


maybe the situation can be his VP

they would own the world
honestly with the way "your man" is running the country into the ground, you shouldnt talk.


please, you shoudl be ashamed to call yourself a republican with the **** your party has pulled.

dezzzR
04-26-2011, 03:46 PM
OK. <u>Since I'm leaving tomorrow</u> I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to predict anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</p>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</p>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</p>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</p>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</p>


the liberal elitest is going home. thaaank gooood
</p>


How's that birther thing working out for ya kid?</p>


excellent. trumps leading all repub candidates
</p>


Trump has the same chance of getting elected as I do.</p>


It willbe Romney vs. Obama.</p>


whats your beef with trump? i mean, i know you like the way they do things in france and the rest of euro, but come on. hes the new hip.
</p>


He doesn't know anything.</p>


He said he would place a 25% tarrif on all Chinese goods coming to this country. This is a 25% tax on the American people. This would cripple our economy and cause a dangerous trade war.</p>


He also said that he would confiscate all the oil wells in Iraq "To the victor go the spoils" he said. This is a direct violation of international law and would be most accounts, create such world upheaval it would essentially start World War III.</p>


The guy is a carnival barker. He's P. T. Barnum. Not a serious world figure.</p>


He's a joke.</p>im not worried. look at all the things obama promised to do lol


maybe the situation can be his VP

they would own the world
honestly with the way "your man" is running the country into the ground, you shouldnt talk.


please, you shoudl be ashamed to call yourself a republican with the **** your party has pulled.

lol i dont consider myself repub.

Morehead State
04-26-2011, 03:47 PM
OK. <U>Since I'm leaving tomorrow</U> I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to predict anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</P>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</P>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</P>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</P>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</P>


the liberal elitest is going home. thaaank gooood
</P>


How's that birther thing working out for ya kid?</P>


excellent. trumps leading all repub candidates
</P>


Trump has the same chance of getting elected as I do.</P>


It willbe Romney vs. Obama.</P>


whats your beef with trump? i mean, i know you like the way they do things in france and the rest of euro, but come on. hes the new hip.
</P>


He doesn't know anything.</P>


He said he would place a 25% tarrif on all Chinese goods coming to this country. This is a 25% tax on the American people. This would cripple our economy and cause a dangerous trade war.</P>


He also said that he would confiscate all the oil wells in Iraq "To the victor go the spoils" he said. This is a direct violation of international law and would be most accounts, create such world upheaval it would essentially start World War III.</P>


The guy is a carnival barker. He's P. T. Barnum. Not a serious world figure.</P>


He's a joke.</P>


im not worried. look at all the things obama promised to do lol


maybe the situation can be his VP

they would own the world
honestly with the way "your man" is running the country into the ground, you shouldnt talk.


please, you shoudl be ashamed to call yourself a republican with the **** your party has pulled.

</P>


Obamacare will be an albatross around our necks for the forseeable future. It was maybe the dumbest pieces of legislation ever passed by Congress.</P>


The only hope we have is the Supreme Court ruling it unconstitutional.</P>

Morehead State
04-26-2011, 03:48 PM
OK. <U>Since I'm leaving tomorrow</U> I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to predict anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</P>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</P>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</P>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</P>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</P>


the liberal elitest is going home. thaaank gooood
</P>


How's that birther thing working out for ya kid?</P>


excellent. trumps leading all repub candidates
</P>


Trump has the same chance of getting elected as I do.</P>


It willbe Romney vs. Obama.</P>


whats your beef with trump? i mean, i know you like the way they do things in france and the rest of euro, but come on. hes the new hip.
</P>


He doesn't know anything.</P>


He said he would place a 25% tarrif on all Chinese goods coming to this country. This is a 25% tax on the American people. This would cripple our economy and cause a dangerous trade war.</P>


He also said that he would confiscate all the oil wells in Iraq "To the victor go the spoils" he said. This is a direct violation of international law and would be most accounts, create such world upheaval it would essentially start World War III.</P>


The guy is a carnival barker. He's P. T. Barnum. Not a serious world figure.</P>


He's a joke.</P>


im not worried. look at all the things obama promised to do lol


maybe the situation can be his VP

they would own the world
honestly with the way "your man" is running the country into the ground, you shouldnt talk.


please, you shoudl be ashamed to call yourself a republican with the **** your party has pulled.

lol i dont consider myself repub.
</P>


I am because their phylosophy is closer to mine. But I dislike Republican politicians only slightly less then Democrats.</P>

MattMeyerBud
04-26-2011, 04:13 PM
whoa whoa whoa

how does dezz NOT consider himself a repub?

based on what?

JPizzack
04-26-2011, 10:15 PM
look at this ****ing guy.....i wouldn't piss on fire to put him out.....well, I'd piss on him, but avoid the fire
http://sports.espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/news/story?id=6432554

--Ryan also believes that the Jets, two-time AFC finalists, have emerged from the Giants' shadow.

"When
people ask me what it's like to share New York with the Giants, my
response is always, I am not sharing it with them -- they're sharing it
with me," Ryan says, adding, "I know it's going to piss off every Giants
fan to hear this, but here you go: We are the better team. We are the
big brother."</p>

He doesn't stop there, claiming the Jets are "going
to remain the better team for the next 10 years. Whether you like it or
not, those are the facts and that's what's going to happen."--</p>

lttaylor56
04-27-2011, 08:37 AM
look at this ****ing guy.....i wouldn't piss on fire to put him out.....well, I'd piss on him, but avoid the fire
http://sports.espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/news/story?id=6432554

--Ryan also believes that the Jets, two-time AFC finalists, have emerged from the Giants' shadow.

"When
people ask me what it's like to share New York with the Giants, my
response is always, I am not sharing it with them -- they're sharing it
with me," Ryan says, adding, "I know it's going to piss off every Giants
fan to hear this, but here you go: We are the better team. We are the
big brother."</p>

He doesn't stop there, claiming the Jets are "going
to remain the better team for the next 10 years. Whether you like it or
not, those are the facts and that's what's going to happen."--</p>It got me fired up a bit when I read as well. What a ****head? **** him and his jet's.

lttaylor56
04-27-2011, 08:49 AM
look at this ****ing guy.....i wouldn't piss on fire to put him out.....well, I'd piss on him, but avoid the fire
http://sports.espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/news/story?id=6432554

--Ryan also believes that the Jets, two-time AFC finalists, have emerged from the Giants' shadow.

"When
people ask me what it's like to share New York with the Giants, my
response is always, I am not sharing it with them -- they're sharing it
with me," Ryan says, adding, "I know it's going to piss off every Giants
fan to hear this, but here you go: We are the better team. We are the
big brother."</p>

He doesn't stop there, claiming the Jets are "going
to remain the better team for the next 10 years. Whether you like it or
not, those are the facts and that's what's going to happen."--</p>It got me fired up a bit when I read as well. What a ****head? **** him and his jet's.
I am hearing about a possible trade with the Steelers to move up for Pouncy?

Morehead State
04-27-2011, 09:19 AM
look at this ****ing guy.....i wouldn't piss on fire to put him out.....well, I'd piss on him, but avoid the fire
http://sports.espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/news/story?id=6432554

--Ryan also believes that the Jets, two-time AFC finalists, have emerged from the Giants' shadow.


"When people ask me what it's like to share New York with the Giants, my response is always, I am not sharing it with them -- they're sharing it with me," Ryan says, adding, "I know it's going to piss off every Giants fan to hear this, but here you go: We are the better team. We are the big brother."</P>


He doesn't stop there, claiming the Jets are "going to remain the better team for the next 10 years. Whether you like it or not, those are the facts and that's what's going to happen."--</P>


It got me fired up a bit when I read as well. What a ****head? **** him and his jet's.
I am hearing about a possible trade with the Steelers to move up for Pouncy?
</P>


Why would they move up for Pouncey? He's a major reach at 19. He will be there ate 19 (and I hope to God we don't take him). He's a late first rounder at best. Unless some team is completely foolish.</P>


Anyway, a trade with Pittsburgh would be a move down, not up. I can see moving down to 31 and grabbing Pouncey there.</P>

lttaylor56
04-27-2011, 09:24 AM
look at this ****ing guy.....i wouldn't piss on fire to put him out.....well, I'd piss on him, but avoid the fire
http://sports.espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/news/story?id=6432554

--Ryan also believes that the Jets, two-time AFC finalists, have emerged from the Giants' shadow.


"When people ask me what it's like to share New York with the Giants, my response is always, I am not sharing it with them -- they're sharing it with me," Ryan says, adding, "I know it's going to piss off every Giants fan to hear this, but here you go: We are the better team. We are the big brother."</p>


He doesn't stop there, claiming the Jets are "going to remain the better team for the next 10 years. Whether you like it or not, those are the facts and that's what's going to happen."--</p>


It got me fired up a bit when I read as well. What a ****head? **** him and his jet's.
I am hearing about a possible trade with the Steelers to move up for Pouncy?
</p>


Why would they move up for Pouncey? He's a major reach at 19. He will be there ate 19 (and I hope to God we don't take him). He's a late first rounder at best. Unless some team is completely foolish.</p>


Anyway, a trade with Pittsburgh would be a move down, not up. I can see moving down to 31 and grabbing Pouncey there.</p>Not sure, but something is going on with Steelers. I'm thinking this best case scenario:
NYG gets Costanzo with our standard pick
NYG trades with Pitty for an additional 1st round pick for Pouncy?

lttaylor56
04-27-2011, 09:24 AM
look at this ****ing guy.....i wouldn't piss on fire to put him out.....well, I'd piss on him, but avoid the fire
http://sports.espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/news/story?id=6432554

--Ryan also believes that the Jets, two-time AFC finalists, have emerged from the Giants' shadow.


"When people ask me what it's like to share New York with the Giants, my response is always, I am not sharing it with them -- they're sharing it with me," Ryan says, adding, "I know it's going to piss off every Giants fan to hear this, but here you go: We are the better team. We are the big brother."</p>


He doesn't stop there, claiming the Jets are "going to remain the better team for the next 10 years. Whether you like it or not, those are the facts and that's what's going to happen."--</p>


It got me fired up a bit when I read as well. What a ****head? **** him and his jet's.
I am hearing about a possible trade with the Steelers to move up for Pouncy?
</p>


Why would they move up for Pouncey? He's a major reach at 19. He will be there ate 19 (and I hope to God we don't take him). He's a late first rounder at best. Unless some team is completely foolish.</p>


Anyway, a trade with Pittsburgh would be a move down, not up. I can see moving down to 31 and grabbing Pouncey there.</p>Not sure, but something is going on with Steelers. I'm thinking this best case scenario:
NYG gets Costanzo with our standard pick
NYG trades with Pitty for an additional 1st round pick for Pouncy?

Don't you have a plane to catch?

Morehead State
04-27-2011, 09:27 AM
look at this ****ing guy.....i wouldn't piss on fire to put him out.....well, I'd piss on him, but avoid the fire
http://sports.espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/news/story?id=6432554

--Ryan also believes that the Jets, two-time AFC finalists, have emerged from the Giants' shadow.


"When people ask me what it's like to share New York with the Giants, my response is always, I am not sharing it with them -- they're sharing it with me," Ryan says, adding, "I know it's going to piss off every Giants fan to hear this, but here you go: We are the better team. We are the big brother."</P>


He doesn't stop there, claiming the Jets are "going to remain the better team for the next 10 years. Whether you like it or not, those are the facts and that's what's going to happen."--</P>


It got me fired up a bit when I read as well. What a ****head? **** him and his jet's.
I am hearing about a possible trade with the Steelers to move up for Pouncy?
</P>


Why would they move up for Pouncey? He's a major reach at 19. He will be there ate 19 (and I hope to God we don't take him). He's a late first rounder at best. Unless some team is completely foolish.</P>


Anyway, a trade with Pittsburgh would be a move down, not up. I can see moving down to 31 and grabbing Pouncey there.</P>


Not sure, but something is going on with Steelers. I'm thinking this best case scenario:
NYG gets Costanzo with our standard pick
NYG trades with Pitty for an additional 1st round pick for Pouncy?

Don't you have a plane to catch?
</P>


2:07</P>

lttaylor56
04-27-2011, 09:28 AM
look at this ****ing guy.....i wouldn't piss on fire to put him out.....well, I'd piss on him, but avoid the fire
http://sports.espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/news/story?id=6432554

--Ryan also believes that the Jets, two-time AFC finalists, have emerged from the Giants' shadow.


"When people ask me what it's like to share New York with the Giants, my response is always, I am not sharing it with them -- they're sharing it with me," Ryan says, adding, "I know it's going to piss off every Giants fan to hear this, but here you go: We are the better team. We are the big brother."</p>


He doesn't stop there, claiming the Jets are "going to remain the better team for the next 10 years. Whether you like it or not, those are the facts and that's what's going to happen."--</p>


It got me fired up a bit when I read as well. What a ****head? **** him and his jet's.
I am hearing about a possible trade with the Steelers to move up for Pouncy?
</p>


Why would they move up for Pouncey? He's a major reach at 19. He will be there ate 19 (and I hope to God we don't take him). He's a late first rounder at best. Unless some team is completely foolish.</p>


Anyway, a trade with Pittsburgh would be a move down, not up. I can see moving down to 31 and grabbing Pouncey there.</p>


Not sure, but something is going on with Steelers. I'm thinking this best case scenario:
NYG gets Costanzo with our standard pick
NYG trades with Pitty for an additional 1st round pick for Pouncy?

Don't you have a plane to catch?
</p>


2:07</p>Are you going to wear an NYG g-string to mess with the guy at security for your full body scan? lol

lttaylor56
04-27-2011, 09:38 AM
look at this ****ing guy.....i wouldn't piss on fire to put him out.....well, I'd piss on him, but avoid the fire
http://sports.espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/news/story?id=6432554

--Ryan also believes that the Jets, two-time AFC finalists, have emerged from the Giants' shadow.


"When people ask me what it's like to share New York with the Giants, my response is always, I am not sharing it with them -- they're sharing it with me," Ryan says, adding, "I know it's going to piss off every Giants fan to hear this, but here you go: We are the better team. We are the big brother."</p>


He doesn't stop there, claiming the Jets are "going to remain the better team for the next 10 years. Whether you like it or not, those are the facts and that's what's going to happen."--</p>


It got me fired up a bit when I read as well. What a ****head? **** him and his jet's.
I am hearing about a possible trade with the Steelers to move up for Pouncy?
</p>


Why would they move up for Pouncey? He's a major reach at 19. He will be there ate 19 (and I hope to God we don't take him). He's a late first rounder at best. Unless some team is completely foolish.</p>


Anyway, a trade with Pittsburgh would be a move down, not up. I can see moving down to 31 and grabbing Pouncey there.</p>


Not sure, but something is going on with Steelers. I'm thinking this best case scenario:
NYG gets Costanzo with our standard pick
NYG trades with Pitty for an additional 1st round pick for Pouncy?

Don't you have a plane to catch?
</p>


2:07</p>Are you going to wear an NYG g-string to mess with the guy at security for your full body scan? lol
I recommend not to wear the thong--or these guy's will be called for your cavity search. Don't say I didn't warn you.

http://urbanpackrat.com/diary/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/gay-guys.jpg

Morehead State
04-27-2011, 09:42 AM
look at this ****ing guy.....i wouldn't piss on fire to put him out.....well, I'd piss on him, but avoid the fire
http://sports.espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/news/story?id=6432554

--Ryan also believes that the Jets, two-time AFC finalists, have emerged from the Giants' shadow.


"When people ask me what it's like to share New York with the Giants, my response is always, I am not sharing it with them -- they're sharing it with me," Ryan says, adding, "I know it's going to piss off every Giants fan to hear this, but here you go: We are the better team. We are the big brother."</P>


He doesn't stop there, claiming the Jets are "going to remain the better team for the next 10 years. Whether you like it or not, those are the facts and that's what's going to happen."--</P>


It got me fired up a bit when I read as well. What a ****head? **** him and his jet's.
I am hearing about a possible trade with the Steelers to move up for Pouncy?
</P>


Why would they move up for Pouncey? He's a major reach at 19. He will be there ate 19 (and I hope to God we don't take him). He's a late first rounder at best. Unless some team is completely foolish.</P>


Anyway, a trade with Pittsburgh would be a move down, not up. I can see moving down to 31 and grabbing Pouncey there.</P>


Not sure, but something is going on with Steelers. I'm thinking this best case scenario:
NYG gets Costanzo with our standard pick
NYG trades with Pitty for an additional 1st round pick for Pouncy?

Don't you have a plane to catch?
</P>


2:07</P>


Are you going to wear an NYG g-string to mess with the guy at security for your full body scan? lol
I recommend not to wear the thong--or these guy's will be called for your cavity search. Don't say I didn't warn you.

http://urbanpackrat.com/diary/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/gay-guys.jpg
</P>


No but my nipple rings might set off the metal detector.</P>

lttaylor56
04-27-2011, 09:50 AM
look at this ****ing guy.....i wouldn't piss on fire to put him out.....well, I'd piss on him, but avoid the fire
http://sports.espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/news/story?id=6432554

--Ryan also believes that the Jets, two-time AFC finalists, have emerged from the Giants' shadow.


"When people ask me what it's like to share New York with the Giants, my response is always, I am not sharing it with them -- they're sharing it with me," Ryan says, adding, "I know it's going to piss off every Giants fan to hear this, but here you go: We are the better team. We are the big brother."</p>


He doesn't stop there, claiming the Jets are "going to remain the better team for the next 10 years. Whether you like it or not, those are the facts and that's what's going to happen."--</p>


It got me fired up a bit when I read as well. What a ****head? **** him and his jet's.
I am hearing about a possible trade with the Steelers to move up for Pouncy?
</p>


Why would they move up for Pouncey? He's a major reach at 19. He will be there ate 19 (and I hope to God we don't take him). He's a late first rounder at best. Unless some team is completely foolish.</p>


Anyway, a trade with Pittsburgh would be a move down, not up. I can see moving down to 31 and grabbing Pouncey there.</p>


Not sure, but something is going on with Steelers. I'm thinking this best case scenario:
NYG gets Costanzo with our standard pick
NYG trades with Pitty for an additional 1st round pick for Pouncy?

Don't you have a plane to catch?
</p>


2:07</p>


Are you going to wear an NYG g-string to mess with the guy at security for your full body scan? lol
I recommend not to wear the thong--or these guy's will be called for your cavity search. Don't say I didn't warn you.

http://urbanpackrat.com/diary/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/gay-guys.jpg
</p>


No but my nipple rings might set off the metal detector.</p>You will not be able to get thru security today without thinking about this convo. lmao.

Did you see the recent movie with Russel Brand, "Take him to the Greek"?

dezzzR
04-27-2011, 09:58 AM
look at this ****ing guy.....i wouldn't piss on fire to put him out.....well, I'd piss on him, but avoid the fire
http://sports.espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/news/story?id=6432554

--Ryan also believes that the Jets, two-time AFC finalists, have emerged from the Giants' shadow.

"When
people ask me what it's like to share New York with the Giants, my
response is always, I am not sharing it with them -- they're sharing it
with me," Ryan says, adding, "I know it's going to piss off every Giants
fan to hear this, but here you go: We are the better team. We are the
big brother."</p>

He doesn't stop there, claiming the Jets are "going
to remain the better team for the next 10 years. Whether you like it or
not, those are the facts and that's what's going to happen."--</p>just like hes going to win the superbowl again?? all talk no substance.

dezzzR
04-27-2011, 09:58 AM
look at this ****ing guy.....i wouldn't piss on fire to put him out.....well, I'd piss on him, but avoid the fire
http://sports.espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/news/story?id=6432554

--Ryan also believes that the Jets, two-time AFC finalists, have emerged from the Giants' shadow.

"When
people ask me what it's like to share New York with the Giants, my
response is always, I am not sharing it with them -- they're sharing it
with me," Ryan says, adding, "I know it's going to piss off every Giants
fan to hear this, but here you go: We are the better team. We are the
big brother."</p>

He doesn't stop there, claiming the Jets are "going
to remain the better team for the next 10 years. Whether you like it or
not, those are the facts and that's what's going to happen."--</p>just like hes going to win the superbowl again?? all talk no substance.

lttaylor56
04-27-2011, 10:08 AM
look at this ****ing guy.....i wouldn't piss on fire to put him out.....well, I'd piss on him, but avoid the fire
http://sports.espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/news/story?id=6432554

--Ryan also believes that the Jets, two-time AFC finalists, have emerged from the Giants' shadow.

"When
people ask me what it's like to share New York with the Giants, my
response is always, I am not sharing it with them -- they're sharing it
with me," Ryan says, adding, "I know it's going to piss off every Giants
fan to hear this, but here you go: We are the better team. We are the
big brother."</p>

He doesn't stop there, claiming the Jets are "going
to remain the better team for the next 10 years. Whether you like it or
not, those are the facts and that's what's going to happen."--</p>just like hes going to win the superbowl again?? all talk no substance.
I sincerely hope so, because if the stinkin Jet's win a SB? Argghhh---I do not even want to consider how miserable our lives will be if we have another sub par season.

lttaylor56
04-27-2011, 10:12 AM
I'm screwed up with the NYG pre-season schedule. We should have 2 home/2 away if there's a season right? I can't find the schedule I saw that says-2 home/2 away. All I can come up with is Bears at home on monday 8/22?

MattMeyerBud
04-27-2011, 10:57 AM
look at this ****ing guy.....i wouldn't piss on fire to put him out.....well, I'd piss on him, but avoid the fire
http://sports.espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/news/story?id=6432554

--Ryan also believes that the Jets, two-time AFC finalists, have emerged from the Giants' shadow.

"When
people ask me what it's like to share New York with the Giants, my
response is always, I am not sharing it with them -- they're sharing it
with me," Ryan says, adding, "I know it's going to piss off every Giants
fan to hear this, but here you go: We are the better team. We are the
big brother."</p>

He doesn't stop there, claiming the Jets are "going
to remain the better team for the next 10 years. Whether you like it or
not, those are the facts and that's what's going to happen."--</p>just like hes going to win the superbowl again?? all talk no substance.


im goin xmas eve, **** that

JPizzack
04-27-2011, 11:15 AM
look at this ****ing guy.....i wouldn't piss on fire to put him out.....well, I'd piss on him, but avoid the fire
http://sports.espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/news/story?id=6432554

--Ryan also believes that the Jets, two-time AFC finalists, have emerged from the Giants' shadow.


"When people ask me what it's like to share New York with the Giants, my response is always, I am not sharing it with them -- they're sharing it with me," Ryan says, adding, "I know it's going to piss off every Giants fan to hear this, but here you go: We are the better team. We are the big brother."</P>


He doesn't stop there, claiming the Jets are "going to remain the better team for the next 10 years. Whether you like it or not, those are the facts and that's what's going to happen."--</P>


just like hes going to win the superbowl again?? all talk no substance.


im goin xmas eve, **** that
</P>


yesssss</P>


if youre not on tv somehow, im disowning you as an acquaintence =P</P>

dezzzR
04-27-2011, 11:18 AM
im really glad we play the eagles early. i want them dead!!

dezzzR
04-27-2011, 11:25 AM
look at this ****ing guy.....i wouldn't piss on fire to put him out.....well, I'd piss on him, but avoid the fire
http://sports.espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/news/story?id=6432554

--Ryan also believes that the Jets, two-time AFC finalists, have emerged from the Giants' shadow.

"When
people ask me what it's like to share New York with the Giants, my
response is always, I am not sharing it with them -- they're sharing it
with me," Ryan says, adding, "I know it's going to piss off every Giants
fan to hear this, but here you go: We are the better team. We are the
big brother."</p>

He doesn't stop there, claiming the Jets are "going
to remain the better team for the next 10 years. Whether you like it or
not, those are the facts and that's what's going to happen."--</p>just like hes going to win the superbowl again?? all talk no substance.
I sincerely hope so, because if the stinkin Jet's win a SB? Argghhh---I do not even want to consider how miserable our lives will be if we have another sub par season.
rex ryan is an ***. type of guy you would love to have coach your team, but hes a scumbag. how are the giants the little brothers when we beat them 30 something to 16 the last time we played AND they kept their starters in for longer. not to mention the giants 7 championships to the jets 1. yea maybe our big, ******ed, unsuccessful brother

byron
04-27-2011, 11:44 AM
look at this ****ing guy.....i wouldn't piss on fire to put him out.....well, I'd piss on him, but avoid the fire
http://sports.espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/news/story?id=6432554

--Ryan also believes that the Jets, two-time AFC finalists, have emerged from the Giants' shadow.


"When people ask me what it's like to share New York with the Giants, my response is always, I am not sharing it with them -- they're sharing it with me," Ryan says, adding, "I know it's going to piss off every Giants fan to hear this, but here you go: We are the better team. We are the big brother."</P>


He doesn't stop there, claiming the Jets are "going to remain the better team for the next 10 years. Whether you like it or not, those are the facts and that's what's going to happen."--</P>


It got me fired up a bit when I read as well. What a ****head? **** him and his jet's.
I am hearing about a possible trade with the Steelers to move up for Pouncy?
</P>


Why would they move up for Pouncey? He's a major reach at 19. He will be there ate 19 (and I hope to God we don't take him). He's a late first rounder at best. Unless some team is completely foolish.</P>


Anyway, a trade with Pittsburgh would be a move down, not up. I can see moving down to 31 and grabbing Pouncey there.</P>


Not sure, but something is going on with Steelers. I'm thinking this best case scenario:
NYG gets Costanzo with our standard pick
NYG trades with Pitty for an additional 1st round pick for Pouncy?

Don't you have a plane to catch?
</P>


2:07</P>


Are you going to wear an NYG g-string to mess with the guy at security for your full body scan? lol
I recommend not to wear the thong--or these guy's will be called for your cavity search. Don't say I didn't warn you.

http://urbanpackrat.com/diary/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/gay-guys.jpg
</P>


No but my nipple rings might set off the metal detector.</P>Have a great trip MH...give the queen my regards

JPizzack
04-27-2011, 12:03 PM
just had to most awkward but infuriating moment.....</P>


we are having a quick mini-meeting in my office....myself, 2 male coworkers sitting in the member chairs in front of my desk, and my supervisor is behind me, sitting indian style on the filing-cabinet- wrap around desk...
Some guy walking buy, kind does that vear move where he walks close the the entrance of my office....
this guy is in his mid 50s id guess....and here is his attire:
beat up cowboy boots, jeans that are way too tight for him to be wearing, a sleeveless tshirt(that he clearly cut himself) with some sort of redneck scene going on....and a snakeskin cowboy hat....

he leans in, looks around, looks at my supervisor, and with a grin on his face goes "you look like a hillbilly sittin like that..." and starts walking away chuckling...
we're all like wtf?! she doesnt even get a word out, cuz we're all confused, just ,"ummm..."
idk why...but i go..."you look like a hillbilly because youre alive..."
he walks back, and goes "huh?".....and im like ,"private meeting...if you'll excuse us..."
someone...was....confused...</P>

dezzzR
04-27-2011, 12:14 PM
haynesworth charged with sexual harassment

JPizzack
04-27-2011, 12:21 PM
haynesworth charged with sexual harassment
</P>


yea my buddy the skins fan was telling me about it....the story is so ridiculous. whats wrong with that guy?! lol</P>

lttaylor56
04-27-2011, 12:25 PM
just had to most awkward but infuriating moment.....</p>


we are having a quick mini-meeting in my office....myself, 2 male coworkers sitting in the member chairs in front of my desk, and my supervisor is behind me, sitting indian style on the filing-cabinet- wrap around desk...
Some guy walking buy, kind does that vear move where he walks close the the entrance of my office....
this guy is in his mid 50s id guess....and here is his attire:
beat up cowboy boots, jeans that are way too tight for him to be wearing, a sleeveless tshirt(that he clearly cut himself) with some sort of redneck scene going on....and a snakeskin cowboy hat....

he leans in, looks around, looks at my supervisor, and with a grin on his face goes "you look like a hillbilly sittin like that..." and starts walking away chuckling...
we're all like wtf?! she doesnt even get a word out, cuz we're all confused, just ,"ummm..."
idk why...but i go..."you look like a hillbilly because youre alive..."
he walks back, and goes "huh?".....and im like ,"private meeting...if you'll excuse us..."
someone...was....confused...</p>Free spirit Supervisor---sitting criss -cross -applesauce? What a freak that other dude is.

lttaylor56
04-27-2011, 12:26 PM
JP-Sorry you can't see this photo--This pic is not photoshoped---holy ****!!
http://www.photoblip.com/images/212/3ebd3aff5b9069619cf123846813d61c.jpg

shocknaweny
04-27-2011, 12:33 PM
OK. Since I'm leaving tomorrow I must make my prediction for our first round pick. Of course it seems that I am the only one here who ever has the guts to predict anything (I'm still standing by my pick of 102 wins for the Sox).</P>


If Costanzo is there I say he will be the pick.</P>


If not, I'm predicting Mark Ingram.</P>


Its not what I would do, but I have a feeling.</P>


Pouncey is a reach at 19. I prefer Jimmy Smith but I think Ingram is the best value outside of Smith.</P>


</P>


</P>


Giants surprise everyone and take Stephen Paea !</P>

JPizzack
04-27-2011, 12:41 PM
I'm sorry....all I see is some kind of mutant being, with a ridiculously tiny cranium...

lttaylor56
04-27-2011, 01:41 PM
I'm sorry....all I see is some kind of mutant being, with a ridiculously tiny cranium...I thought you could not see images at work?

lttaylor56
04-27-2011, 01:42 PM
<span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Man: "Haven't we met before?"</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Woman: "Perhaps. I'm the receptionist at the VD Clinic."</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Man: "Haven't I seen you someplace before?</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Woman: "Yeah, that's why I don't go there anymore."</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Man: "Is this seat empty?"</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Woman: "Yes, and this one will be too if you sit down."</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Man: "So, wanna go back to my place ?"</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Woman: "Well, I don't know. Will two people fit under a rock?"</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Man: "Your place or mine?"</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Woman: "Both. You go to yours and I'll go to mine."</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Man: "I'd like to call you. What's your number?"</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Woman: "It's in the phone book."</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Man: "But I don't know your name."</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Woman: "That's in the phone book too."</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Man: "So what do you do for a living?"</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Woman: "I'm a female impersonator."</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Man: "Hey, baby, what's your sign?"</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Woman: "Do not Enter"</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Man: "How do you like your eggs in the morning?"</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Woman: "Unfertilized !"</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Man: "Hey, come on, we're both here at this bar for the same reason"</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">

</span><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Woman: "Yeah! Let's pick up some chicks!"</span>

JPizzack
04-27-2011, 01:46 PM
I'm sorry....all I see is some kind of mutant being, with a ridiculously tiny cranium...I thought you could not see images at work?
</P>


just most of the major photo hosting sites that people are obsessed with.</P>

JPizzack
04-27-2011, 01:52 PM
lol ive done this multiple times......</P>


http://i.imgur.com/MUKTK.png</P>

lttaylor56
04-27-2011, 02:02 PM
lol ive done this multiple times......</p>


http://i.imgur.com/MUKTK.png</p> That is funny ****.

ny06
04-27-2011, 02:04 PM
JP-Sorry you can't see this photo--This pic is not photoshoped---holy ****!!
http://www.photoblip.com/images/212/3ebd3aff5b9069619cf123846813d61c.jpg
</P>


That is the definition of human growth hormone. </P>


That guy will be lucky to live past 40. </P>


</P>

DavenIII
04-27-2011, 02:07 PM
Any plans for draft day?

lttaylor56
04-27-2011, 02:09 PM
This is funny, a cheerleader get's eaten.

http://www.videobash.com/video_show/mascot-eats-cheerleader-4043?utm_source=MGID&amp;utm_medium=PT&amp;utm_campaign=MG ID-videopage#11 (http://)

lttaylor56
04-27-2011, 02:17 PM
JP-Sorry you can't see this photo--This pic is not photoshoped---holy ****!!
http://www.photoblip.com/images/212/3ebd3aff5b9069619cf123846813d61c.jpg
</p>


That is the definition of human growth hormone. </p>


That guy will be lucky to live past 40. </p>


</p>Is that Lindsey in the back ground? GH-His nads must be the size of a stubby pencil.

ny06
04-27-2011, 02:19 PM
JP-Sorry you can't see this photo--This pic is not photoshoped---holy ****!!
http://www.photoblip.com/images/212/3ebd3aff5b9069619cf123846813d61c.jpg
</P>


That is the definition of human growth hormone. </P>


That guy will be lucky to live past 40. </P>


</P>


Is that Lindsey in the back ground? GH-His nads must be the size of a stubby pencil.
</P>


I don't know who that girl is, but she looks stupied next to him. </P>


Majority of women who are not bodybuilders don't like that look on a guy. </P>


That guy doesn't have nads, he traded them in for dumbells </P>

JPizzack
04-27-2011, 02:38 PM
Any plans for draft day?
</P>


no....</P>


plans to make this thread not suck??</P>

dezzzR
04-27-2011, 02:44 PM
Any plans for draft day?
</p>


no....</p>


plans to make this thread not suck??</p>youre lokking at him snooker. [:D]

JPizzack
04-27-2011, 02:48 PM
Any plans for draft day?
</P>


no....</P>


plans to make this thread not suck??</P>


youre lokking at him snooker. [:D]
</P>


not you...you suck.</P>

lttaylor56
04-27-2011, 02:48 PM
Any plans for draft day?
</p>


no....</p>


plans to make this thread not suck??</p>What happened to the Wild Cowbowy too tight Denim Dan today? He works in your office? That would be perfect for comical relief.

JPizzack
04-27-2011, 02:50 PM
Any plans for draft day?
</P>


no....</P>


plans to make this thread not suck??</P>


What happened to the Wild Cowbowy too tight Denim Dan today? He works in your office? That would be perfect for comical relief.
</P>


no it was just some white trash member....nobody knew who he was....not even my supervisor who he made the comment to....**** that ****er</P>

dezzzR
04-27-2011, 02:57 PM
Any plans for draft day?
</p>


no....</p>


plans to make this thread not suck??</p>


youre lokking at him snooker. [:D]
</p>


not you...you suck.</p>spshhh, im oozing with awesomeness

JPizzack
04-27-2011, 03:01 PM
Any plans for draft day?
</P>


no....</P>


plans to make this thread not suck??</P>


youre lokking at him snooker. [:D]
</P>


not you...you suck.</P>


spshhh, im oozing with awesomeness
</P>


nope....thats AIDS!</P>

DavenIII
04-27-2011, 03:03 PM
Any plans for draft day?
</p>


no....</p>


plans to make this thread not suck??</p>


youre lokking at him snooker. [:D]
</p>


not you...you suck.</p>


spshhh, im oozing with awesomeness
</p>


nope....thats AIDS!</p>

I'm pretty sure i don't want to be oozing with anything....that sounds terrible.

lttaylor56
04-27-2011, 03:11 PM
Any plans for draft day?
</p>


no....</p>


plans to make this thread not suck??</p>


youre lokking at him snooker. [:D]
</p>


not you...you suck.</p>


spshhh, im oozing with awesomeness
</p>


nope....thats AIDS!</p>

I'm pretty sure i don't want to be oozing with anything....that sounds terrible.
ooozing of any sort is not good

JPizzack
04-27-2011, 03:55 PM
boooooooored....and only 3.5 more hours of this ****....i hate my life

patsrule666
04-27-2011, 04:13 PM
boooooooored....and only 3.5 more hours of this ****....i hate my lifekwitcha*****ingandgetbacktowork...

patsrule666
04-27-2011, 04:35 PM
This is funny, a cheerleader get's eaten.

http://www.videobash.com/video_show/mascot-eats-cheerleader-4043?utm_source=MGID&utm_medium=PT&utm_campaign=MGID-videopage#11 (http://)Holy cow,sir!!!
How have you managed to rack up that many posts in such a short period of time? Do you sleep in here???

Kase-1
04-27-2011, 04:37 PM
Whats good strangers???

So draft day is 2moro, honestly there are so many directions I would be pleased with. Jimmy Smith is def my fav pick this year but hell with his off the field issues he may fall into the 2nd.

No more Rangers, No more Knicks, ugh, I think I may have to start following the Yanks hardcore, and whats with Phil Hughes' dead arm did he go all shake-weight on a whole bar in chelsea??

MattMeyerBud
04-27-2011, 04:57 PM
Any plans for draft day?
</p>


no....</p>


plans to make this thread not suck??</p>


youre lokking at him snooker. [:D]
</p>


not you...you suck.</p>


spshhh, im oozing with awesomeness
</p>


nope....thats AIDS!</p>

I'm pretty sure i don't want to be oozing with anything....that sounds terrible.


your... your ALIVE?!

lttaylor56
04-27-2011, 09:04 PM
Any plans for draft day?
What's up D? How are the sports going? What leagues are active right now? I want costanzo tmrw night.

MattMeyerBud
04-28-2011, 09:33 AM
i am so mad at how non excited i am for this

dezzzR
04-28-2011, 09:41 AM
i am so mad at how non excited i am for this

yea im really uninterested. what times it start?

dezzzR
04-28-2011, 09:43 AM
colon looked sick last night

MattMeyerBud
04-28-2011, 09:55 AM
i am so mad at how non excited i am for this

yea im really uninterested. what times it start?


prolly 7 would be my guess

dezzzR
04-28-2011, 11:28 AM
so what are we going for in the draft? im somewhat interested now.

Morehead State
04-28-2011, 11:31 AM
Hello from France buttmunches.</P>


Friggin expensive here.</P>


I still predict Ingram but hoping for Smith.</P>


</P>


Love,</P>


</P>


Morehead</P>

dezzzR
04-28-2011, 11:33 AM
Hello from France buttmunches.</p>


<u>Friggin expensive here.</u></p>


I still predict Ingram but hoping for Smith.</p>


</p>


Love,</p>


</p>


Morehead</p>dont worry, well be there soon enough.

dezzzR
04-28-2011, 12:05 PM
wheres pizz??? hes late for his soup

ny06
04-28-2011, 01:02 PM
Hello from France buttmunches.</P>


Friggin expensive here.</P>


I still predict Ingram but hoping for Smith.</P>


</P>


Love,</P>


</P>


Morehead</P>


</P>


I don't want Ingram. </P>


But it seems if he is available the Giants will draft him</P>

byron
04-28-2011, 01:29 PM
Hello from France buttmunches.</P>


Friggin expensive here.</P>


I still predict Ingram but hoping for Smith.</P>


</P>


Love,</P>


</P>


Morehead</P>Hey I hear that don't wear pants in the southern part of France they use grass some how...bad I know its all I got ...have a great time bring back pics...beaches..lol

byron
04-28-2011, 01:32 PM
I'll take a rb that catch and hold on to the ball and keep his mouth shut...just saying....I'll take a football season first tho

dezzzR
04-28-2011, 01:42 PM
is ingram good enough to be a 1st rounder?

lttaylor56
04-28-2011, 02:08 PM
i am so mad at how non excited i am for this

yea im really uninterested. what times it start?
I saw coverage somewhere saying it starts at 8pm--I'm not staying up late for this, no way.

lttaylor56
04-28-2011, 02:10 PM
Hello from France buttmunches.</p>


Friggin expensive here.</p>


I still predict Ingram but hoping for Smith.</p>


</p>


Love,</p>


</p>


Morehead</p>Hello across the pond MH---Is Europe in a giant hoopla over the Royal Wedding?

shocknaweny
04-28-2011, 02:11 PM
very quiet in here I see.

shocknaweny
04-28-2011, 02:13 PM
i am so mad at how non excited i am for this

</P>


+1 Matt....</P>

lttaylor56
04-28-2011, 02:16 PM
is ingram good enough to be a 1st rounder?
My opinion is Ingram is a first rounder, however I hope Costanzo is on the board at that time and we grab him. I would put o-line infront of an rb for sure. What you think?

JPizzack
04-28-2011, 02:27 PM
is ingram good enough to be a 1st rounder?
My opinion is Ingram is a first rounder, however I hope Costanzo is on the board at that time and we grab him.* I would put o-line infront of an rb for sure.* What you think?


I would agree about Ingram. However I dont know how I would feel about about us taking him. I wouldnt be mad about it or anything but there are other concerns to be addressed i feel.

dezzzR
04-28-2011, 02:28 PM
is ingram good enough to be a 1st rounder?
My opinion is Ingram is a first rounder, however I hope Costanzo is on the board at that time and we grab him. I would put o-line infront of an rb for sure. What you think?
im really not well informed on anyone coming out of the draft but im reading all the olinemen arent really first round material.

lttaylor56
04-28-2011, 02:30 PM
is ingram good enough to be a 1st rounder?
My opinion is Ingram is a first rounder, however I hope Costanzo is on the board at that time and we grab him. I would put o-line infront of an rb for sure. What you think?


I would agree about Ingram. However I dont know how I would feel about about us taking him. I wouldnt be mad about it or anything but there are other concerns to be addressed i feel.

Yep--O-line is Eli's bread and butter. Give the boy time and don't allow him to be hurried.

JPizzack
04-28-2011, 02:32 PM
is ingram good enough to be a 1st rounder?
My opinion is Ingram is a first rounder, however I hope Costanzo is on the board at that time and we grab him.* I would put o-line infront of an rb for sure.* What you think?


I would agree about Ingram. However I dont know how I would feel about about us taking him. I wouldnt be mad about it or anything but there are other concerns to be addressed i feel.

Yep--O-line is Eli's bread and butter.* Give the boy time and don't allow him to be hurried.




yea but o-linemen in the late first round is pointless. top 10, sure.....but you can get really good players in the 2nd and 3rd

lttaylor56
04-28-2011, 02:34 PM
is ingram good enough to be a 1st rounder?
My opinion is Ingram is a first rounder, however I hope Costanzo is on the board at that time and we grab him. I would put o-line infront of an rb for sure. What you think?
im really not well informed on anyone coming out of the draft but im reading all the olinemen arent really first round material.
This year I prob know the most about o-line rookies. I hope to god we don't go with defense like usual.

Olineman I like are:

Costanzo
Solder
Tyrone Smith -no way he will be around for #19
Pouncy

lttaylor56
04-28-2011, 02:38 PM
is ingram good enough to be a 1st rounder?
My opinion is Ingram is a first rounder, however I hope Costanzo is on the board at that time and we grab him. I would put o-line infront of an rb for sure. What you think?


I would agree about Ingram. However I dont know how I would feel about about us taking him. I wouldnt be mad about it or anything but there are other concerns to be addressed i feel.

Yep--O-line is Eli's bread and butter. Give the boy time and don't allow him to be hurried.




yea but o-linemen in the late first round is pointless. top 10, sure.....but you can get really good players in the 2nd and 3rdGood Point, there's more than 32 top notch players in the draft. Lot's of talent in the later rounds. I can't wait to hear about Bellichecks antics this year. The pat's are absolutely loaded with picks.

lttaylor56
04-28-2011, 02:43 PM
lmao
http://www.12thblog.com/wp-content/images/2011/01/a34/10.jpg

JPizzack
04-28-2011, 02:59 PM
LMAO! terrible.....but i laughed anyway.... =P

lttaylor56
04-28-2011, 03:05 PM
LMAO! terrible.....but i laughed anyway.... =PAfter the day I have had, I am off-beat with my humor.

dezzzR
04-28-2011, 03:32 PM
hahahahaha yea thats bad. hahaaha

Morehead State
04-28-2011, 03:40 PM
Hello from France buttmunches.</P>


Friggin expensive here.</P>


I still predict Ingram but hoping for Smith.</P>


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Love,</P>


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Morehead</P>


Hey I hear that don't wear pants in the southern part of France they use grass some how...bad I know its all I got ...have a great time bring back pics...beaches..lol</P>


Well I'm here in my hotel room. Its 9:30 and we just came from dinner. I need some down time since I haven't slept since Tuesday night. I'm hoping to stay awake (or at least go to sleep and wake up for the draft) The only way I have of following it is here on the computer interweb.</P>


I still say Ingram although I would disagree with that pick. My pick would be Jimmy Smith assuming that Costanzo is gone at 19.</P>


Tomorrow is a 9 hour private tour with me, my daughter and my son in law of all the battle sites and cemeteries. I expect that it will be emotional and I'm looking forward to it very much.</P>


Lets hope someone good drops to us tonight......</P>

dezzzR
04-28-2011, 03:47 PM
Hello from France buttmunches.</p>


Friggin expensive here.</p>


I still predict Ingram but hoping for Smith.</p>


</p>


Love,</p>


</p>


Morehead</p>


Hey I hear that don't wear pants in the southern part of France they use grass some how...bad I know its all I got ...have a great time bring back pics...beaches..lol</p>


Well I'm here in my hotel room. Its 9:30 and we just came from dinner. I need some down time since I haven't slept since Tuesday night. I'm hoping to stay awake (or at least go to sleep and wake up for the draft) The only way I have of following it is here on the computer interweb.</p>


I still say Ingram although I would disagree with that pick. My pick would be Jimmy Smith assuming that Costanzo is gone at 19.</p>


Tomorrow is a 9 hour private tour with me, my daughter and my son in law of all the battle sites and cemeteries. I expect that it will be emotional and I'm looking forward to it very much.</p>


Lets hope someone good drops to us tonight......</p>awesome man. id cry like a baby. what beach are you going too? are you going to see carentan?

Morehead State
04-28-2011, 03:55 PM
Hello from France buttmunches.</P>


Friggin expensive here.</P>


I still predict Ingram but hoping for Smith.</P>


</P>


Love,</P>


</P>


Morehead</P>


Hey I hear that don't wear pants in the southern part of France they use grass some how...bad I know its all I got ...have a great time bring back pics...beaches..lol</P>


Well I'm here in my hotel room. Its 9:30 and we just came from dinner. I need some down time since I haven't slept since Tuesday night. I'm hoping to stay awake (or at least go to sleep and wake up for the draft) The only way I have of following it is here on the computer interweb.</P>


I still say Ingram although I would disagree with that pick. My pick would be Jimmy Smith assuming that Costanzo is gone at 19.</P>


Tomorrow is a 9 hour private tour with me, my daughter and my son in law of all the battle sites and cemeteries. I expect that it will be emotional and I'm looking forward to it very much.</P>


Lets hope someone good drops to us tonight......</P>


awesome man. id cry like a baby. what beach are you going too? are you going to see carentan?
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Not sure. I'm sure we'll go to Omaha and Utah. I'll let you know tomorrow night.</P>

patsrule666
04-28-2011, 04:39 PM
Hello from France buttmunches.</P>


Friggin expensive here.</P>


I still predict Ingram but hoping for Smith.</P>


*</P>


Love,</P>


*</P>


Morehead</P>


Hey I hear that don't wear pants in the southern part of France they use grass some how...bad I know its all I got ...have a great time bring back pics...beaches..lol</P>


Well I'm here in my hotel room.* Its 9:30 and we just came from dinner.* I need some down time since I haven't slept since Tuesday night.** I'm hoping to stay awake (or at least go to sleep and wake up for the draft)* The only way I have of following it is here on the computer interweb.</P>


I still say Ingram although I would disagree with that pick.* My pick would be Jimmy Smith assuming that Costanzo is gone at 19.</P>


Tomorrow is a 9 hour private tour with me, my daughter and my son in law of all the battle sites and cemeteries.* I expect that it will be emotional and I'm looking forward to it very much.</P>


Lets hope someone good drops to us tonight......</P>


awesome man. id cry like a baby. what beach are you going too? are you going to see carentan?
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Not sure.* I'm sure we'll go to Omaha and Utah.* I'll let you know tomorrow night.</P> It really is amazing how much respect they have and how well they take care of our fallen heroes over there..Enjoy the tour.......

Still hung up on that speed thing huhh??

I really do not think the Giants have that much interest in taking Ingram. I am sticking to my theory of LT. If Pouncey is not there, they may take the pick or drop back a few spots and still get somebody like Carimi. That really is not a bad pick for you guys.

As far as running back, i believe somebody like Shane Vereen in the 3rd or possibly the 4th would be a great pick for you guys.

2nd round pick for you guys would be the defensive side. imo............

Kase-1
04-28-2011, 06:45 PM
Seems like you guys in this thread FINALLY generated some interest in this years draft... BOUT TIME!!!!

I gotta say, I hate how they do the draft with 1st round the 1st night, then rounds 2 and 3 the next day, and finally 4-7 on a third day.... Its ridiculous

lttaylor56
04-28-2011, 07:17 PM
Hello from France buttmunches.</P>


Friggin expensive here.</P>


I still predict Ingram but hoping for Smith.</P>


</P>


Love,</P>


</P>


Morehead</P>


Hey I hear that don't wear pants in the southern part of France they use grass some how...bad I know its all I got ...have a great time bring back pics...beaches..lol</P>


Well I'm here in my hotel room. Its 9:30 and we just came from dinner. I need some down time since I haven't slept since Tuesday night. I'm hoping to stay awake (or at least go to sleep and wake up for the draft) The only way I have of following it is here on the computer interweb.</P>


I still say Ingram although I would disagree with that pick. My pick would be Jimmy Smith assuming that Costanzo is gone at 19.</P>


Tomorrow is a 9 hour private tour with me, my daughter and my son in law of all the battle sites and cemeteries. I expect that it will be emotional and I'm looking forward to it very much.</P>


Lets hope someone good drops to us tonight......</P>


awesome man. id cry like a baby. what beach are you going too? are you going to see carentan?
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Not sure. I'm sure we'll go to Omaha and Utah. I'll let you know tomorrow night.</P>


It really is amazing how much respect they have and how well they take care of our fallen heroes over there..Enjoy the tour....... Still hung up on that speed thing huhh?? I really do not think the Giants have that much interest in taking Ingram. I am sticking to my theory of LT. If Pouncey is not there, they may take the pick or drop back a few spots and still get somebody like Carimi. That really is not a bad pick for you guys. As far as running back, i believe somebody like Shane Vereen in the 3rd or possibly the 4th would be a great pick for you guys. 2nd round pick for you guys would be the defensive side. imo............</P>


MH-Post pics of the beaches if you can. I would be very interested. Hopefully we go oline for 1st pic. If we do, I have to agree, NYG will not be able to control themselves from not going for defense in the 2nd rd. LOL. </P>

lttaylor56
04-28-2011, 07:21 PM
Seems like you guys in this thread FINALLY generated some interest in this years draft... BOUT TIME!!!!

I gotta say, I hate how they do the draft with 1st round the 1st night, then rounds 2 and 3 the next day, and finally 4-7 on a third day.... Its ridiculous
I don't like the way it is done now either. I have to admit, I am getting slightly amped for the draft tonite. </P>


There's so much talent available, I wish we could fill all our needs with bpa. Interested to see where Von Miller(LB-Texas A&amp;M)goes.</P>

lttaylor56
04-28-2011, 07:44 PM
I don't think he will be available and I want an o-lineman in the 1st---but Ingram looks like a low center of gravity. Wonder if he can hold onto the ball better than BJ or AB?

lttaylor56
04-28-2011, 07:50 PM
Where the **** are you guys?

JPizzack
04-28-2011, 07:57 PM
Where the **** are you guys?

I'm here, but im watching the Yankee game, gonna flip to draft and such, and im also cleaning my room, hardcore...

lttaylor56
04-28-2011, 08:00 PM
Where the **** are you guys? I'm here, but im watching the Yankee game, gonna flip to draft and such, and im also cleaning my room, hardcore...</P>


How was u day off? </P>


Met's are on a roll, but I'm not getting too excited. We should have Cam Newton go first in about 10-15 minutes.</P>

byron
04-28-2011, 08:00 PM
Hello from France buttmunches.</P>


Friggin expensive here.</P>


I still predict Ingram but hoping for Smith.</P>


</P>


Love,</P>


</P>


Morehead</P>


Hey I hear that don't wear pants in the southern part of France they use grass some how...bad I know its all I got ...have a great time bring back pics...beaches..lol</P>


Well I'm here in my hotel room. Its 9:30 and we just came from dinner. I need some down time since I haven't slept since Tuesday night. I'm hoping to stay awake (or at least go to sleep and wake up for the draft) The only way I have of following it is here on the computer interweb.</P>


I still say Ingram although I would disagree with that pick. My pick would be Jimmy Smith assuming that Costanzo is gone at 19.</P>


Tomorrow is a 9 hour private tour with me, my daughter and my son in law of all the battle sites and cemeteries. I expect that it will be emotional and I'm looking forward to it very much.</P>


Lets hope someone good drops to us tonight......</P>Yea ..While I didn't have to serve I had plenty of friends who did..I have a great respect for our vets past and present...I get emotional just thinking about all the brave soul who gave their lives for our freedom,,,Aresomeyou get to see them places/beaches Chris my highest regards to all the fallen...

JPizzack
04-28-2011, 08:04 PM
Where the **** are you guys? I'm here, but im watching the Yankee game, gonna flip to draft and such, and im also cleaning my room, hardcore...</P>


How was u day off?* </P>


Met's are on a roll, but I'm not getting too excited.* We should have Cam Newton go first in about 10-15 minutes.</P>

i didnt accomplish much....except i tore a mattress pad cover thing...whatever the **** it's called and had to go buy a new one.....of course while I'm at the store i also felt it necessary to buy more pillows but AT LEAST i threw 2 others out this time lol. new pillows are the **** imo ;P

lttaylor56
04-28-2011, 08:04 PM
Hello from France buttmunches.</P>


Friggin expensive here.</P>


I still predict Ingram but hoping for Smith.</P>


</P>


Love,</P>


</P>


Morehead</P>


Hey I hear that don't wear pants in the southern part of France they use grass some how...bad I know its all I got ...have a great time bring back pics...beaches..lol</P>


Well I'm here in my hotel room. Its 9:30 and we just came from dinner. I need some down time since I haven't slept since Tuesday night. I'm hoping to stay awake (or at least go to sleep and wake up for the draft) The only way I have of following it is here on the computer interweb.</P>


I still say Ingram although I would disagree with that pick. My pick would be Jimmy Smith assuming that Costanzo is gone at 19.</P>


Tomorrow is a 9 hour private tour with me, my daughter and my son in law of all the battle sites and cemeteries. I expect that it will be emotional and I'm looking forward to it very much.</P>


Lets hope someone good drops to us tonight......</P>


Yea ..While I didn't have to serve I had plenty of friends who did..I have a great respect for our vets past and present...I get emotional just thinking about all the brave soul who gave their lives for our freedom,,,Aresomeyou get to see them places/beaches Chris my highest regards to all the fallen...+1 Agreed. Welcome to Draft Night B! Let's geta football fix. </P>


Where is DEzz--get in here young man.</P>


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Kase-1
04-28-2011, 08:04 PM
Where the **** are you guys?Im here, watching the draft and LOVING the HATE on goodell

lttaylor56
04-28-2011, 08:07 PM
Where the **** are you guys? I'm here, but im watching the Yankee game, gonna flip to draft and such, and im also cleaning my room, hardcore...</P>


How was u day off? </P>


Met's are on a roll, but I'm not getting too excited. We should have Cam Newton go first in about 10-15 minutes.</P> i didnt accomplish much....except i tore a mattress pad cover thing...whatever the **** it's called and had to go buy a new one.....of course while I'm at the store i also felt it necessary to buy more pillows but AT LEAST i threw 2 others out this time lol. new pillows are the **** imo ;PI know your a rockstar, so I'm not going to ask-how your tore the pad--lol. I sleep with 4 full size pillows and 1 smaller one.