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    [quote user="AsianGiant"][quote user="DutchGMenFan"][quote user="AsianGiant"][quote user="DutchGMenFan"]


    [quote user="GMENFAN4EVER"]I should go get some sleep. Have a good night all!
    [/quote]</P>


    LOL!! come on man!! it is 4.15am here and i have to get to work in 45 min. sure u can stay a lill longer...[]</P>


    good night man</P>


    [/quote]

    Wow really? You're crazy!!!
    [/quote]</P>


    ..i know... my nickname has always been "crazy dutchman" ..... i hope i can keep my eyes open today. just didn't want to miss out on my first FF draft. Figured i couldn't go to sleep afterwards, else i will over sleep....</P>


    [/quote]

    Wow! well a+++ for effort, I guess you're about to get ready to work while I am ready to go
    close my eyes!!! Crazy how fast we can communicate yet we are so far....


    [/quote]</P>


    LOL!! true! but i really hate "getting up" this early for work. Specially on mondays, since most Gmen games are late games...</P>


    good night man!!</P>


    mjg: i m leaving too. Have a good evening!!</P>

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      [quote user="DutchGMenFan"]

      LOL!! i bet there is! hope they come with european style plugs.. if not i need an other converter for that... </p>


      that reminds me: Hey mjg!! long time not seen! remember to bring a international plug when u come to germany! (and some converters)</p>[/quote]

      I can't wait to start travelling, I really need to get out of the U.S. and see how the rest of
      the world lives.....I also would like to see and hear other people's point of view about the U.S.

      So you and MJ are meeting up? That is too cool.....

      I am off now guys, see ya!!

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        [quote user="DutchGMenFan"][quote user="AsianGiant"][quote user="DutchGMenFan"]


        [quote user="AsianGiant"]here you go, it's only $18.....


        [/quote]</P>


        hmmm... that doesnt look too bad..!! didn't know that!! next time i m over there i will look into it! thnx man!</P>


        [/quote]

        Don't let anyone hold you down, there's always an answer!!
        [/quote]</P>


        LOL!! i bet there is! hope they come with european style plugs.. if not i need an other converter for that... </P>


        that reminds me: Hey mjg!! long time not seen! remember to bring a international plug when u come to germany! (and some converters)</P>[/quote]already have my travel kit. May bring my xbox so I'll need a converter. Sorry I've been in and out lately, been working my arse off.

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          So did y'all read Strahan's statement.............whatever...........

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            [quote user="JerseyGiant21"]So did y'all read Strahan's statement.............whatever...........
            [/quote]can you post it?

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              <p id="story-body">To the New York Giants' Fans:



              As many of you know, I am contemplating one of the biggest decisions of
              my football career, whether I should retire or continue playing. Like
              all athletes, I knew this day would come when I would have to stand
              before that proverbial fork in the road. But I must admit that it's not
              until you're actually staring at the two diverging paths do you really
              grasp how impactful and painful this decision can be. I was hoping to
              make this personal decision quietly and without much hoopla, but given
              the recent torrent of erroneous media reports and totally inaccurate
              assumptions, I feel that I have to come forward and publicly set the
              record straight with those for whom I have toiled the last fourteen
              years--you fans.



              This off season has been one of the best in my professional career. I
              have worked extremely hard to make sure that I'm in shape and ready to
              tackle the rigors of another physical season. I am proud to say that at
              my body feels years younger and ready to compete at the highest level.
              I love training and preparation, and this off season has made it clear
              to me that this is one aspect of the game that I will miss tremendously
              when I decide to one day unstrap the helmet for the last time. I went
              into this off season with every intention of entering a 15th season
              with the Giants, the only team I've ever played for during my career.
              But I am human, and despite the images of me grimacing and tackling
              opposing quarterbacks and running backs, I have to face my mortality
              like anyone else. When an athlete like myself who does what I do for a
              living starts having doubts, then it's time to take a step back and
              seriously consider my future. Anyone who plays in the NFL with doubts
              or second guessing is not only putting themselves at risk, but their
              teammates also. I will never do that.</p>
              <p id="story-body">What 's been most disappointing has been all of this nonsense that I'm
              holding out for more money. The truth is that football has been very
              good to me and I have been fortunate enough to be surrounded by
              advisors who have ensured that my family and I will live comfortably
              for the rest of my life.You deserve to know what's really going on. My
              agent met with the Giants earlier in the year and discussed many things
              including my contract.Money is not the reason that I have not reported
              to training camp and it will not be a factor for my return. This has
              already been communicated to the Giants and while the reports may
              indicate a"hard line" taken by the team regarding money , it is not
              necessary, as this issue had been decided well before July



              Despite what some might believe there are those of us who make
              decisions that have nothing to do with money. Many athletes ask
              themselves daily if they are emotionally and psychologically at the
              level where they can compete at the highest level for twenty-four
              weeks. For them also it isn't about the money, rather a serious athlete
              asking serious questions about his future. All that I ask, after
              fourteen seasons,is that you afford me the patience so that I might
              arrive at my decision on my own terms.



              As GM Jerry Reese has said, the Giants are not going to hold a spot for
              me. I completely understand his stance as football is a business and he
              must do what is in the best interest of the team. I know that I am only
              one player. I want to express my thanks to the owners and coaches for
              their extremely kind words about my career as a Giant to date. I have
              been proud to wear the Giant uniform thoughout my professional
              career.You have my word that I will try to make the correct decision as
              quickly as possible. If I decide to play, I hope that you will continue
              to cheer me on like you have for all of these years. If I decide to
              hang up the cleats, then I will bid you all a tremendous thank you for
              the privilege to play a game that has blessed me in so many ways and
              created memories I will cherish for the rest of my life. I humbly thank
              you for your understanding and being the best fans in the world.



              Michael Strahan



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                JG did you watch the hall of fame game? Gump-ball and Collingsworth have to be the worst duo in broadcasting.</P>

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                  [quote user="JerseyGiant21"]
                  <P id=story-body>To the New York Giants' Fans:

                  As many of you know, I am contemplating one of the biggest decisions of my football career, whether I should retire or continue playing. Like all athletes, I knew this day would come when I would have to stand before that proverbial fork in the road. But I must admit that it's not until you're actually staring at the two diverging paths do you really grasp how impactful and painful this decision can be. I was hoping to make this personal decision quietly and without much hoopla, but given the recent torrent of erroneous media reports and totally inaccurate assumptions, I feel that I have to come forward and publicly set the record straight with those for whom I have toiled the last fourteen years--you fans.

                  This off season has been one of the best in my professional career. I have worked extremely hard to make sure that I'm in shape and ready to tackle the rigors of another physical season. I am proud to say that at my body feels years younger and ready to compete at the highest level. I love training and preparation, and this off season has made it clear to me that this is one aspect of the game that I will miss tremendously when I decide to one day unstrap the helmet for the last time. I went into this off season with every intention of entering a 15th season with the Giants, the only team I've ever played for during my career. But I am human, and despite the images of me grimacing and tackling opposing quarterbacks and running backs, I have to face my mortality like anyone else. When an athlete like myself who does what I do for a living starts having doubts, then it's time to take a step back and seriously consider my future. Anyone who plays in the NFL with doubts or second guessing is not only putting themselves at risk, but their teammates also. I will never do that.</P>

                  <P id=story-body>What 's been most disappointing has been all of this nonsense that I'm holding out for more money. The truth is that football has been very good to me and I have been fortunate enough to be surrounded by advisors who have ensured that my family and I will live comfortably for the rest of my life.You deserve to know what's really going on. My agent met with the Giants earlier in the year and discussed many things including my contract.Money is not the reason that I have not reported to training camp and it will not be a factor for my return. This has already been communicated to the Giants and while the reports may indicate a"hard line" taken by the team regarding money , it is not necessary, as this issue had been decided well before July

                  Despite what some might believe there are those of us who make decisions that have nothing to do with money. Many athletes ask themselves daily if they are emotionally and psychologically at the level where they can compete at the highest level for twenty-four weeks. For them also it isn't about the money, rather a serious athlete asking serious questions about his future. All that I ask, after fourteen seasons,is that you afford me the patience so that I might arrive at my decision on my own terms.

                  As GM Jerry Reese has said, the Giants are not going to hold a spot for me. I completely understand his stance as football is a business and he must do what is in the best interest of the team. I know that I am only one player. I want to express my thanks to the owners and coaches for their extremely kind words about my career as a Giant to date. I have been proud to wear the Giant uniform thoughout my professional career.You have my word that I will try to make the correct decision as quickly as possible. If I decide to play, I hope that you will continue to cheer me on like you have for all of these years. If I decide to hang up the cleats, then I will bid you all a tremendous thank you for the privilege to play a game that has blessed me in so many ways and created memories I will cherish for the rest of my life. I humbly thank you for your understanding and being the best fans in the world.

                  Michael Strahan

                  #92</P>
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                  </DIV>[/quote]ugh ..... "puke" nice job by his lawyer. Now watch TAGF and all those fools eat this up. Thanks JG.

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                    Mike had since the superbowl to retire and let fans know.

                    It makes no logical sense to be in this situation NOW.

                    If he decides to come back, I will root and cheer for him since he HAS BEEN
                    a great Giant for so many years and it is 99% chance that this is his last year.

                    If he decides to retire then so be it as well....

                    But he needs to end this drama now and just make a decision already...

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                      Yeah baby........[&lt;)]




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                        Boring.........

                        I hope this Strahan stuff is resolved....the longer it plays out.....the angrier I get.................

                        What a soap opera........

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                          [quote user="JerseyGiant21"]Yeah baby........[&lt;)]




                          [/quote]a little bored today?

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                            The Insider says that Lindsay Lohan entered the Cirque Lodge drug and alcohol rehab in Sundance, Utah this weekend. It is her third rehab in little more than 6 months. She completed a 30-day course at the Wonderland rehab facility in Los Angeles on February 16th. Less than three months later, she was arrested for DUI after crashing her Mercedes into a curb in Beverly Hills. A police spokesman said a "usable amount" of cocaine was found at the scene. She entered Promises rehab in Malibu one week later, then completed a 45 day stay. When she began her treatment at Promises, it was described as, "a serious medical treatment program, not the in-and-out ruse used by other starlets in the recent past". Eight days after being released, she was arrested for DUI and possession of cocaine. Of her latest stint in rehab, the Insider says: </P>
                            <BLOCKQUOTE>According to sources within the facility, the 21-year-old star arrived this weekend to begin the intense rehabilitation program that is expected to last a minimum of 30 days.
                            The center treats men and women over the age of 18. According to the Cirque Lodge Web site, upon check-in, a thorough mental and physical examination is completed.
                            The Lodge was named by Town &amp; Country magazine to be one of the country's top rehabs. For a price tag of $30,000 and up, the rehab offers privacy -- with rooms for 16 residents at a time. Rooms boast spectacular views, Jacuzzi tubs and private fireplaces.
                            </BLOCKQUOTE>Well this should break the cycle for sure. Nothing reinforces that you’ve hit rock bottom quite like Jacuzzi tubs and private fireplaces. She'll definitely ponder how far she’s fallen as she sits in the custom cedar sauna or watches a movie in the theater with stadium style seating. The word "hero" gets thrown around a lot these days, but in my opinion, Lindsay Lohan might just be the most courageous hero who ever lived. </DIV>

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                              Anybody around tonight?

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                                [quote user="mjg407"]Anybody around tonight?[/quote]

                                Sorry I haven't been around, I have been home the last two days sick.

                                I am such a baby when I am sick, that is my achilles heal. I don't pretend to be macho,
                                when I'm sick, I curl up like a fetus and want everyone to leave me alone.... [:$]

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