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  1. Come on guys. You know 10 is Kraft's BAC.
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  2. well that did a lot of good. i want my $35.37 back. Please tell me you havent spent it on a new pink chemise for tom shane. OY!
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  3. Don't know how known this is, but the Supreme Court just made a ruling on the Fourth Amendment. http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=306449 The police now have the right to enter your home without a warrant, as long as they hear "unlawful activity" going on before entering. Basically, there was a drug sting at a house in Kentucky. Police announced their presence and the people inside obviously started to flush evidence. The police did not have a warrant (which they could've easily obtained) and seized evidence before it disappeared. The State Supreme Court ruled that it violated the fourth amendment, but thankfully, the Supreme Court decided that it was not in violation of the fourth amendment. The ramifications of this are horrible, imo. How easy is it for the police to forcibly search your house without a warrant and claim that they heard noises going on.
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  4. I like how he actually thought he could fool them with run up gut on 1st down. Look if you're going to do it, don't waste time trying to fool them. Seriously how did he think that would fool somebody. Then on 2nd down, when 1st down failed with run up gut, why would a play action pass fool them? All you're doing is wasting time and making it even easier to shut you down. If your logical reasoning was that you'd fool them on 1st down with something, and then that failed even though you thought they'd be fooled, why would you then try to expect them to overcompensate to stop what you thought was going to fool them the first time the next time by doing the opposite to fool them? They already showed even if they are fooled, like you thought they'd be, they still don't have to worry about it, so they can concentrate on the other thing...that you are going to fool them into. I mean it's so simplistic. He honestly thinks he is fooling people on every single play and then that carries over into fooling them the other play. In his thinking, 1st down we fool them by running when we're passing. Second down we fooled them 1st down by running when they thought pass, so obviously now they'll think run, so I'll fool them with play action pass! This same moron did run run pass until the end of the 1st half in that game. Then down 17-0, with losses/nothing on the 1st two downs, backed up near the goal line he thinks....play action pass will fool them! It was so obvious, the pass rushers didn't respect the run threat at all there, and while the line was busy trying to sell the run, defenders blow by and Sanchez gets crushed. This is how you're supposed to do it: you execute what you want without trickery and show the other team they can't stop you. Other team plays to stop that because they know they can't stop it otherwise. You then do something else. The best teams alternate several things that opponents can't stop, and the trickery is merely in the things attack different areas so that if you compensate one way, you are weak the other way. These things are also done in such a way that generally the risk-reward ratio is slanted to favor the reward side for the offense executing it. Not to barely pick up a 1st down or something, these are designed home run plays when there's trickery. Otherwise regularly it's just execution. Ah well whatever there won't be football anyway.
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