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  1. On 12/24/2020 at 4:49 PM, Beerfish said:

    My Favourite CS & N song.  Just excellent, lyrics, music, harmonies and production.

    Brings back memories round 1976, had a tape of Dead from 1976 Englishtown, NJ, one of the many benefits of having a best friend with older brothers 10 years our senior, so at 11 I had that plenty of tapes, and remember having a total of 2, 8 track tapes....... Queen A night at the Opera and CSN with this song. I'm not a hippie born in '65, love all kinds of music. Good Fkin Music...

     

     

     

     

     

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  2. 2 hours ago, More Cowbell said:

    Sanchez's claim to fame

    mark sanchez fumble GIF

    Sanchez was a gym rat. We used to play a game at recess called ''Kill the Guy with the Ball'' back in the late 70's when we then 7th and 8th grade boys were aloud to beat the living **** out of of each other on playgrounds of white privilege. Sanchez was under a head coach that was very good at doing just that, it's a shame that ownership or management didn't recognize that right out of the shoot and handled it accordingly. Rex didn't know **** about how to handle Sanchez, shame.

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  3. 1 hour ago, Gastineau Lives said:

    That may well be, I leave insight to my betters,  I at least TRY to make people laugh. The difference between you and I is that I'm not universally ridiculed and despised somewhere I spend this much time. At least I'm occasionally funny and interesting. You, on the other hand are not insightful, not interesting, not funny, you aren't even friendly. You basically contribute nothing but varying levels of annoyance.

    You're either painfully unselfaware or an absolute sociopath to inflict punishment on everyone with this garbage. Every. *******. Day. You must see it, no? You know that what I'm saying is true, dude. How's that for insight? I'm saying this for your own sake, SAR.

    If they want to ban me for telling you the truth, fine. I'll take the bullet for everyone. 

    And by the way, who needs insight when the other person claims that the QB led the team to playoff victories and the defense was exposed as a fraud when the opponents in the four playoff wins scored:

    14,14, 16 and 21

    Please dude, stop embarrassing yourself. I'm starting to think you won a lottery or something if you have as much money as you can't seem to shut up about. And if that's not the case, then you've obviously mistaken the ability to make money for intelligence. In other words, your arrogance is based on an illusion, Yankee fan. Oh, look, more insight.

    I I remember SAR doing something with Gruden, and Juden many many moons ago, it was entertaining. Maybe it's the wrong site or person, however, memory usually serves.

  4. 3 minutes ago, munchmemory said:

    Talk about funky.

     

    Shame it went past the 2 min. requirement prolly would have heard it on WCBS 101.1, in 72 oldies with cousin Brucie? on my moms car radio.  Nah, they didn't necessarily play that kinda funk, just Wild Cherry....? Lol. Awesome.

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  5. 6 hours ago, Rhg1084 said:

    Sure he’s had some missteps along the way. Not resigning Robby, drafting a QB in round 4. 
     

    However these 2 moves alone have cemented him a great GM.

    1) Drafting Mekhi Becton. This guy is an All Pro LT for next 12 years.

    2) Trading Jamal for two 1s and a 3. What an absolute haul. Not to mention saving the $16m in cap space we’d have to use on him. Jamal having a lot of problems in Seattle 

    Douglas is the best GM this team has had in awhile. He will make us a contender soon. 

    I am amazed how the word "great" is used around here, actually in many places.

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  6. 6 minutes ago, munchmemory said:

    My Mom died of the same terrible disease.   I was happy, but also surprised, that Alex survived that long.  My Mom was gone in three months from stage 4 pancreatic cancer.

    I remember Alex hosting a bunch of game shows back in the 60s.  He was always clever, funny and a gentleman.  Sending condolences to his wife, family, friends and fans.  RIP.

    You didn't have to share that, but you did, sorry for your loss. Thanks for sharing. I look at AT as a celebration of life, 80, Jeopardy, watch it mostly every night, good for the brain. I am in know way trying to draw any comparisons to your loss, to AT nobody replaces a mother or can fill her shoes. 

     

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