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BroadwayJoe12

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  1. Kelly Slater, absolutely. Close second would be Andy Irons, but without the bipolar disorder. Third would be Shane McConkey, never saw anyone enjoy skiing, or anything really, more than he did. Fourth: Jimmy Chin. Dude is just f*cking awesome at everything.
  2. Unquestionably, talent. If we're assuming a baseline level of talent to get you drafted in the first place, then I would go with drive. I think the NBA is the best example of this.
  3. The biggest difference seems to with regards to an actual plan. Regardless of outcome, there was clearly a ?well-thought out design, which was linearly executed over the better part of a year. They had a specific situation in mind, they went out and achieved it. That in and of itself is a shift in how this franchise has conducted themselves over the couple decades. It could still go t!ts up, but there is a feeling of competence for the time being.
  4. ...And, of course, when these incidents happen, we all ask ourselves the same question: “Was it a white girl?”
  5. If you weren't late to the last meeting, you would know that we don't allow this type of flippant discussion. I DON'T READ THE WEEKLY MINUTES JUST FOR FUN, DOUG
  6. Clandestine. Secret rendezvous. Stealth. Stabbed in the back. It's like he was filling in a Tom Clancy edition of Mad Libs and just replaced "Russia" with "The Jets."
  7. I see what you did here, but I still stand by my usage. The place is trash. I'm surprised they don't have a "next" button just to scroll through each individual player in the box score.
  8. Literally every single thing on ESPN is click bait. Not figuratively. Literally. It's been trash for over a decade. But ya know, I'm sure this time the grades will be meaningful.
  9. True. But there aren't too many dead-end jobs that pay $1-3m per year, where on your next interview you can always say "yea, the results weren't what I would have liked, but it was with the Jets..."
  10. Best press conference in a while, from the media and HC standpoint. The reporters are supposed to ask the tough questions, albeit annoying and repetitive. Far too long have things happened in this organization and gone completely unchecked or unanswered. Questions were appropriate. Answers were appropriate. Gase might be a sociopath, but he's obviously an intelligent guy, which is certainly a change. He clearly realizes that this will 100% be an afterthought in a matter of weeks.
  11. Yes, yes I think he does. Coming for the fans next. Ya'll better watch out. Keep up the dogsh*t posts and you'l be cheering on Karen and Janice in the South Florida's Masters division of lawn bowling.
  12. Says the guy who disappeared for half a year and somehow managed to improve his well-established, shaky-at-best reputation. Le'veon Bell is on the verge of pulling a Tomshane and returning with a dominating vigor. JUST YOU WAIT
  13. I, for one, am outraged at each individual occurrence. Outraged.
  14. It did. And part of me wonders is if it was the same thing that plagued Robbie Cano when he was struggling. He made things look so effortless that when he didn’t produce, which wasn’t often, people assumed he was dogging it. Don’t think we’ll ever know for sure.
  15. Fun Sanchez fact, his slugging % on fastballs is something otherwordly like 1.095, which is ~260 points better than the next guy, JD Martinez. I think the key is this, last year, he was injured and swinging at terrible pitches. This year, he's controlling the strike zone and getting into fastball counts and just f*cking demolishing pitchers. And while his defense has been suspect, his pop time is 1.95 and one of this throws was 1.87 the other day which essentially shut down the Rays run game. For baseline, anything under 2.0 is fantastic.
  16. The way he's raking, I'd let him catch with his feet.
  17. Same. Saw a drop when moms bought me that watch for my birthday. Picked right back up once I got used to the added weight.
  18. "Trash begets trash" ~ Sir Ralph Waldo Emerson
  19. Pretty well-documented that long-term anabolic steroid use leads to significantly increased incidence in tendon rupture. You can argue the definition of long-term, but there is a very real link between anabolic steroid use and tendon rupture.
  20. Pot-stirring hater. He's clean, Just like Clay Matthews and Brian Cushing were.
  21. Marginally. I like my coach to have some lunatic pathological liar in him. But that’s more of a me thing.
  22. The Kraken keeps on raking. Said it before, this team reminds me a lot of 2009.

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