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    Re: A noticeable double standard regarding Giants, their fans and their "confidence"

    [quote user="PatPatson"][quote user="NYCDBS"]I'll tell you why he's nervous.... He is scared to death of the implications of losing tomorrow. The pats haven't won anything since spygate they need this win for validation. That whole "dynasty" is tainted. Too bad, its not going to happen on our watch...[/quote]

    Ok, so when Chris Canty responded to Brady's comments was he being nervous?

    By your logic he's being nervous too.

    Personally, I see it as Canty getting pissy and lashing out over what brady said. He can do that, but he looks no more or less nervous than I purportedly do.[/quote]

    What??? Can you read? How does my logic parallel Canty being nervous?

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    Re: A noticeable double standard regarding Giants, their fans and their "confidence"

    [quote user="ru_gmen55"]Why do you keep saying Burress was crying? Burress made a prediction, and Brady brushed it off. For the record, he said they'd score 21...Brady acted like that was he funniest and most ridiculous thing he had ever heard...we all know how the rest of the story goes.

    Btw, yes...you are whining...and you are not showing any signs of stopping. Regarding the fans...do you really think Pats fans aren't ****y? You seem pretty damn sure that the Pats will win...and why not? They're your team. You care way too much about what other peop,e are saying. Just tune it out and watch the game...Jesus...[/quote]

    Dude, if you think for a second I'm the only person on this planet who feels how I do (tired of the Giants walking around with entitlement and their fans being overtly ****y over a game yet to be played) you're tremendously mistaken.

    You only think im whining because someone didn't pay you the attention you deserved when you were a child.

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    Re: A noticeable double standard regarding Giants, their fans and their "confidence"

    [quote user="NYCDBS"][quote user="PatPatson"][quote user="NYCDBS"]I'll tell you why he's nervous.... He is scared to death of the implications of losing tomorrow. The pats haven't won anything since spygate they need this win for validation. That whole "dynasty" is tainted. Too bad, its not going to happen on our watch...[/quote]

    Ok, so when Chris Canty responded to Brady's comments was he being nervous?

    By your logic he's being nervous too.

    Personally, I see it as Canty getting pissy and lashing out over what brady said. He can do that, but he looks no more or less nervous than I purportedly do.[/quote]

    What??? Can you read? How does my logic parallel Canty being nervous?[/quote]


    *******, No, the Pats and their fans need this win for CLOSURE. Not validation. A win tomorrow will ensure "The Giants were the Patriots daddy, and were for 4 years, then when they got too big for their britches and got quite obnoxious and ****y, they ended up losing a game that THEY themselves ands the WORLD guaranteed they would win...and they lost it with everyone wanting them to win, thinking they would win and most of their fanbase filling up said venue".

    it'd be a prologue to SB42.

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    Re: A noticeable double standard regarding Giants, their fans and their "confidence"

    [quote user="PatPatson"]And should the Patriots win tomorrow, it WILL be revenge for SB 42.

    With the world picking and rooting for you guys, it rivals that loss for the Patriots if you guys lose. I'm dead serious.[/quote]

    http://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/...-bag-super-bag

    From Bill Simmons

    Q: I don't believe for a second the Pats beating the Giants will
    somehow offset what happened in Super Bowl 42. The Pats were one game
    away from a perfect season and the Giants took it away. No amount of
    wins will ever make up for that. That was a once in a lifetime situation
    and the Giants destroyed it. You can say "Oh we beat them in the
    rematch" and they'll always be able to counter with, "We ruined your
    perfect season." Now nod your head shamefully and keep lying to
    yourself.

    Mike, Westerly, R.I.

    Awesome, just awesome.

    Q: I'm sorry, but you can't really believe that a 2012 Patriots Super
    Bowl win will atone for 2008. As a sports fan, you know that not all
    championships are equal. The 2008 Super Bowl was the equivalent of
    someone punching you in the face, stealing your wife and posting an
    Internet video of them having sex (which your friends occasionally
    played just to mess with you). You now meet this man in 2012 and are
    trying to get revenge by keying his new car. Good Luck!

    Jesse, Ann Arbor

    and getting better.

    Q: I hate to go all 19th century on you chaps, but anyone who thinks
    that a Pats win in Indy will make up for 2007 must think The War of 1812
    made up for the American Revolution.

    D. Zimmerman, Brooklyn


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    Re: A noticeable double standard regarding Giants, their fans and their "confidence"

    Yes I matched wits with a Pats fan and won!!!





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    Re: A noticeable double standard regarding Giants, their fans and their "confidence"

    [quote user="Harooni"]Yes I matched wits with a Pats fan and won!!!



    [/quote]

    Ok, so now you're trying to insult me *******?

    I wish I was like you and didn't take life seriously and gave a damn about nothing at all.

    I could use such a careless, lackadaisical attitude like yours.


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    Re: A noticeable double standard regarding Giants, their fans and their "confidence"

    [quote user="PatPatson"]

    Ok, so now you're trying to insult me *******?

    I wish I was like you and didn't take life seriously and gave a damn about nothing at all.

    I could use such a careless, lackadaisical attitude like yours.[/quote]

    look the only care i have is should i order the Giants superbowl champs long sleeve in white or black [6]


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    Re: A noticeable double standard regarding Giants, their fans and their "confidence"

    [quote user="Mohann"][quote user="PatPatson"]And should the Patriots win tomorrow, it WILL be revenge for SB 42.

    With the world picking and rooting for you guys, it rivals that loss for the Patriots if you guys lose. I'm dead serious.[/quote]

    http://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/...-bag-super-bag

    From Bill Simmons

    Q: I don't believe for a second the Pats beating the Giants will
    somehow offset what happened in Super Bowl 42. The Pats were one game
    away from a perfect season and the Giants took it away. No amount of
    wins will ever make up for that. That was a once in a lifetime situation
    and the Giants destroyed it. You can say "Oh we beat them in the
    rematch" and they'll always be able to counter with, "We ruined your
    perfect season." Now nod your head shamefully and keep lying to
    yourself.

    Mike, Westerly, R.I.

    Awesome, just awesome.

    Q: I'm sorry, but you can't really believe that a 2012 Patriots Super
    Bowl win will atone for 2008. As a sports fan, you know that not all
    championships are equal. The 2008 Super Bowl was the equivalent of
    someone punching you in the face, stealing your wife and posting an
    Internet video of them having sex (which your friends occasionally
    played just to mess with you). You now meet this man in 2012 and are
    trying to get revenge by keying his new car. Good Luck!

    Jesse, Ann Arbor

    and getting better.

    Q: I hate to go all 19th century on you chaps, but anyone who thinks
    that a Pats win in Indy will make up for 2007 must think The War of 1812
    made up for the American Revolution.

    D. Zimmerman, Brooklyn

    [/quote]

    Mohan, Bill Simmons is God?

    Also, I since retracted and admit while it won't replace 42 it will be a prologue to SB42.

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    Re: A noticeable double standard regarding Giants, their fans and their "confidence"

    [quote user="Harooni"][quote user="PatPatson"]

    Ok, so now you're trying to insult me *******?

    I wish I was like you and didn't take life seriously and gave a damn about nothing at all.

    I could use such a careless, lackadaisical attitude like yours.[/quote]

    look the only care i have is should i order the Giants superbowl champs long sleeve in white or black [6]
    [/quote]


    Look, you're a jackass and your significant other's a *****.

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    Re: A noticeable double standard regarding Giants, their fans and their "confidence"

    [quote user="PatPatson"][quote user="Mohann"][quote user="PatPatson"]And should the Patriots win tomorrow, it WILL be revenge for SB 42.

    With the world picking and rooting for you guys, it rivals that loss for the Patriots if you guys lose. I'm dead serious.[/quote]

    http://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/...-bag-super-bag

    From Bill Simmons

    Q: I don't believe for a second the Pats beating the Giants will
    somehow offset what happened in Super Bowl 42. The Pats were one game
    away from a perfect season and the Giants took it away. No amount of
    wins will ever make up for that. That was a once in a lifetime situation
    and the Giants destroyed it. You can say "Oh we beat them in the
    rematch" and they'll always be able to counter with, "We ruined your
    perfect season." Now nod your head shamefully and keep lying to
    yourself.

    Mike, Westerly, R.I.

    Awesome, just awesome.

    Q: I'm sorry, but you can't really believe that a 2012 Patriots Super
    Bowl win will atone for 2008. As a sports fan, you know that not all
    championships are equal. The 2008 Super Bowl was the equivalent of
    someone punching you in the face, stealing your wife and posting an
    Internet video of them having sex (which your friends occasionally
    played just to mess with you). You now meet this man in 2012 and are
    trying to get revenge by keying his new car. Good Luck!

    Jesse, Ann Arbor

    and getting better.

    Q: I hate to go all 19th century on you chaps, but anyone who thinks
    that a Pats win in Indy will make up for 2007 must think The War of 1812
    made up for the American Revolution.

    D. Zimmerman, Brooklyn

    [/quote]

    Mohan, Bill Simmons is God?

    Also, I since retracted and admit while it won't replace 42 it will be a prologue to SB42.[/quote]

    When did I even imply he was God? He's just another jackass Pats fan.

    And who cares if you retracted, I was just sprinkling a little salt in you apparently still open wound.

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