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  1. I was just floating around Youtube and stumbled on this great moment in our all too painul history. Enjoy my friends. http://youtu.be/7YRkDicMr3Y
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  2. cosmetic surgery. just basically cut it off like trimming a ....oh god I can't even type it
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  3. I love Rex, I mean love him. I agree with all you say here. That said, if I have one criticism for Rex, it is that I don't know if he really values the QB position for what it is in the NFL today. I saw how he pushed for guys he valued over the years. I don't think he has much say anymore, but he did for a while, at least it seemed like that in the media and also in Hard Knocks. If he wanted a better backup, he could have had it, and he could have pushed to draft one as well. If he really valued the QB position, he would have been screaming for a real one at every opportunity he has gotten. If he had ever once done this, we would have heard about it being that everything slips out of Jetville through the media. The only thing we have ever really heard him say about the QB position was how much he loved Sanchez and how great he thought he was. Never once did I hear about him push for a real alternative. His actions with Sanchez also back this up. That said, every HC will have flaws, and Rex's pro's so greatly exceed his con's it's not even funny.
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  4. what I like most about this article is it gives Kerry Rhodes his due. He's hated for various reasons but was an excellent safety for this team, back when they were really good. The fact that Calvin Pryor comes from the same program, wears the same number, but is known as a hitter (which Kerry never was known for) is very exciting indeed.
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  5. GOB doesn't get mentioned because he wouldn't share.
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  6. That's actually right about the time that the comic started distancing itself from the campy serial version of the character. Dennis O'Neil and Neal Adams took over the crux of the duties between Detective Comics and Batman and the rest was history. People like to credit the darker turn of the character to Frank Miller, but the truth of the matter is that it began about 16 years earlier with this issue of Batman in 1970. I'm a bit biased because I'm a bit of a Neal Adams groupie, but IMO this is the greatest Batman cover of all time.
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  7. Only on JetNation would a mod write this.
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