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  1. 2 minutes ago, munchmemory said:

    Look, I really hope you're joking about this.  Do you have any idea how many people have rectal issues?  Everything from common hemorrhoids, to anal fissures, to cancer.  I've had several friends and family in that boat.  Proctologists are there to help folks who are in pain or life threatening situations.  

    What, you would look down on a urologist, too?  A doctor assisting men and women with incontinence, simple infections, prostate issues or cancer, especially as we age as men?  Come on, now.  You are sounding hopelessly clueless.

    Stabler died at age 69... I believe of CC. Man he was fun to watch, they all were back then. Another Bama QB.

    Stabler died of colon cancer on July 8, 2015, at the age of 69. He had been diagnosed with the disease in February 2015. After some initial confusion when The Tuscaloosa News leaked a draft obituary for Stabler before word of his death could be confirmed, his family confirmed his death in a statement issued on July 9.[48][49]

    Renowned for being cool and cerebral on the field, Stabler was equally legendary for his off-field exploits;[citation needed] he wrote in his 1986 autobiography Snake, "The monotony of [training] camp was so oppressive that without the diversions of whiskey and women, those of us who were wired for activity and no more than six hours sleep a night might have gone berserk".[46] Stabler told stories of drunk Raiders teammates pointing guns at him, and bailing out a teammate from jail who was wearing nothing but blue cowboy boots and his Super Bowl ring. "We were the only pro team who traveled with its own bail bondsman", he said.[47]................


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  2. 32 minutes ago, joewilly12 said:

    Thanks for your concern. If it isn’t broken don’t fix it . Been through enough with operations and doctors the last 10 years to last a lifetime. I’m good. I won’t even go near a blood testing facility these days out of fear of getting covid I pick and choose what I do where I go if I can avoid places instead of risking getting sick and dieing I do. I have no fear in death but also not going to walk into it. Back in March I went in for second back surgery emergency wound up getting pneumonia laying in hospital for 6 days no visitors eating sh*tty food and staring at a ceiling. I see my Dr on a video conference and if that’s not good enough for her then who cares she understands my feelings and point on the entire situation.  Insurance company stopped my PT I wanted to go back to the gym surgeon says yes general practitioner says no. Who’s right who wins it’s all a matter of choice. 

    I heard some guys never even got a chance to experience hospital food. Makes no sense do your PT at the gym, or home get a third tie breaker opinion? idk

  3. On 11/5/2020 at 6:15 PM, Gastineau Lives said:

    I've always been curious about what my fellow posters look like. I've given you all faces but I'm still curious. I also think we wouldn't be half as nasty to each other if we weren't just anonymous. I think most of you know what I look like but here:



    Two childish jerkoffs react. 

    For some reason the Divinlys pop in my head. Sorry couldn't resist.

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  4. 2 minutes ago, Patriot Killa said:

    I don’t understand why top rated centers from one ream to the Jets and look like absolute practice squad sh*t

    O- line most important thing if you want to score points. Takes time to build and gel they really work as one. It will be addressed, give him time.

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