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  1. 1. If DWC could only post once a week...what would the subject be?

    • DWC feels Chad is going to be real good/All Pro
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    • DWC feels Mangini is really good
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    • DWC feels the Jets' D is going to be great
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    • DWC feeling the Patriots do not make the playoffs
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It would have to be Mangini is really good.

Because that means Mangini will make the right play calls at the right time for Chad to lead his team to victory on his way to an All-Pro season.

It would have to be Mangini is really good.

Because we will sweep the Patriots this season with great coaching and great play calling from Mangini and actually keep the Pats out of the playoffs.

It would have to be Mangini is really good.

Because this is his 2nd year running the 3-4, 4-3, 46 D and players such as Vilma, Rhodes, and Ellis will all step up and have this D playing great.

It would have to be Mangini is really good.

Because he has learned from 2 of the best in BB and BP's.

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Damn I guess im hated by alot of Jet fans on this site.

I guess im just gonna change my ways...

-We can never win with Chad as the QB because Chad has a noodle arm

-Leon Washington will never be anything more than a 3rd down back

-Vilma is way 2 small to be a IMLB in a 3-4

-D-Slob was a waste of a draft pick and M.Nugent was drafted way to high

-Mangini will always live in the shadows of BB and never lead the Jets to the promise land

-K.Rhodes had a lucky season last year and will have a sophmore jinx this season

-J.Miller will never become a solid CB, he's only good at KR's and even some of those were lucky

-Release J.Mac because he has never been anything since Tennesee

-Start KC because he is the only hope the Jets have at winning more than 10 games

Maybe as a fan of the Jets... Im gonna change. Wait till you all see the new DWC, I bet I will be loved

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Damn I guess im hated by alot of Jet fans on this site.

I guess im just gonna change my ways...

-We can never win with Chad as the QB because Chad has a noodle arm

-Leon Washington will never be anything more than a 3rd down back

-Vilma is way 2 small to be a IMLB in a 3-4

-D-Slob was a waste of a draft pick and M.Nugent was drafted way to high

-Mangini will always live in the shadows of BB and never lead the Jets to the promise land

-K.Rhodes had a lucky season last year and will have a sophmore jinx this season

-J.Miller will never become a solid CB, he's only good at KR's and even some of those were lucky

-Release J.Mac because he has never been anything since Tennesee

-Start KC because he is the only hope the Jets have at winning more than 10 games

Maybe as a fan of the Jets... Im gonna change. Wait till you all see the new DWC, I bet I will be loved

its not hate, its repetition. we've scene the same threads through the entire offseason, and while the season is about to finally begin and we have something to talk about, we don't want to get back to Chad debates.

i need a burrito, maybe i'm just ornery cause i haven't had my daily dose of mexican food.

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Damn I guess im hated by alot of Jet fans on this site.

I guess im just gonna change my ways...

-We can never win with Chad as the QB because Chad has a noodle arm

-Leon Washington will never be anything more than a 3rd down back

-Vilma is way 2 small to be a IMLB in a 3-4

-D-Slob was a waste of a draft pick and M.Nugent was drafted way to high

-Mangini will always live in the shadows of BB and never lead the Jets to the promise land

-K.Rhodes had a lucky season last year and will have a sophmore jinx this season

-J.Miller will never become a solid CB, he's only good at KR's and even some of those were lucky

-Release J.Mac because he has never been anything since Tennesee

-Start KC because he is the only hope the Jets have at winning more than 10 games

Maybe as a fan of the Jets... Im gonna change. Wait till you all see the new DWC, I bet I will be loved

THATS THE SPIRIT!

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I don't recall any posters that are Jets fans that have said that Rhodes' season last year was lucky and that Mangini will never leave Bill Belichick's shadow / lead the Jets to the promise land.

And to be honest, Justin McCareins had an average 2004 season, a poor 2005 and so far a good training camp in 2006. He's not bad, but he is getting paid close to what Cotchery is making to be the #3 when we have a young emerging player in Chansi Stuckey waiting to take over the #3 role.

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It would have to be Mangini is really good.

Because that means Mangini will make the right play calls at the right time for Chad to lead his team to victory on his way to an All-Pro season.

It would have to be Mangini is really good.

Because we will sweep the Patriots this season with great coaching and great play calling from Mangini and actually keep the Pats out of the playoffs.

It would have to be Mangini is really good.

Because this is his 2nd year running the 3-4, 4-3, 46 D and players such as Vilma, Rhodes, and Ellis will all step up and have this D playing great.

It would have to be Mangini is really good.

Because he has learned from 2 of the best in BB and BP's.

Are you going to hide after the Pat beat the Jets on opening day????

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If he could only post once a week, it would look like this:

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It would have all your subject ideas and then some, including photographs of Chad love.

Now, if DWC were to write a song like Willie Nelson and Julio Iglesias:

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It would look like this:

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That ball in your sig has some nice ZIP!!

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Damn I guess im hated by alot of Jet fans on this site.

I guess im just gonna change my ways...

-We can never win with Chad as the QB because Chad has a noodle arm

-Leon Washington will never be anything more than a 3rd down back

-Vilma is way 2 small to be a IMLB in a 3-4

-D-Slob was a waste of a draft pick and M.Nugent was drafted way to high

-Mangini will always live in the shadows of BB and never lead the Jets to the promise land

-K.Rhodes had a lucky season last year and will have a sophmore jinx this season

-J.Miller will never become a solid CB, he's only good at KR's and even some of those were lucky

-Release J.Mac because he has never been anything since Tennesee

-Start KC because he is the only hope the Jets have at winning more than 10 games

Maybe as a fan of the Jets... Im gonna change. Wait till you all see the new DWC, I bet I will be loved

The same way you were laughed of Jets Insider. :P:p Last year you said the Pats wouldn't break 500, and China Doll would lead the Jets to the AFC Championship game. You say the same stupid stuff every off-season then hide when your proven wrong. Sorry but even delusional Jet fans want some football I.Q. behind their delusions. You simply don't have a clue, your a parrot that just repeats things again and again. ;)

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The same way you were laughed of Jets Insider. :P:p Last year you said the Pats wouldn't break 500, and China Doll would lead the Jets to the AFC Championship game. You say the same stupid stuff every off-season then hide when your proven wrong. Sorry but even delusional Jet fans want some football I.Q. behind their delusions. You simply don't have a clue, your a parrot that just repeats things again and again. ;)

DWC might be a homer, maybe what you would call "mentally retarded", but why the **** are you here for? Every time I read one of your posts, I just want to kill a kitten, and I think I may have killed 113 kittens so far, so, save the kittens, stop posting.

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The same way you were laughed of Jets Insider. :P:p Last year you said the Pats wouldn't break 500, and China Doll would lead the Jets to the AFC Championship game. You say the same stupid stuff every off-season then hide when your proven wrong. Sorry but even delusional Jet fans want some football I.Q. behind their delusions. You simply don't have a clue, your a parrot that just repeats things again and again. ;)

It is my belief that you will never add anything of value to this board. You may try to prove me wrong next month when your posting privileges return.

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A thread about me... And guess what? A Pats troll get banned... Ya gotta love-it!

I like most of the Patriot posters on JN, but Shasta... She was 2 much to handle.

In the mean time... Maybe we should make more threads about myself, lol.

:tumbleweed:

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courtesy of cnn

Borneo's pygmy elephants in danger

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  • Conservationists: Endangered elephants threatened by logging on their habitat
  • WWF: Elephants thrive best in forests on flat lowlands and in river valleys
  • WWF: 40% of Sabah forest in lost to logging, human settlement in last 40 yrs

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KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) -- Satellite tracking of pygmy elephants has found that the endangered animals -- unique to Borneo island -- are under threat due to logging and commercial plantations encroaching on their habitat, conservationists said Thursday.

art.pygmy.ap.jpgWWF workers check a collar fitted with a satellite tracking unit on a pygmy elephant in Sabah, Malaysia.

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A World Wildlife Fund study, based on two years of satellite tracking, found that pygmy elephants thrive best in forests on flat lowlands and in river valleys -- the same terrain preferred by loggers and oil palm plantations.

About 40 percent of forest in the Malaysian state of Sabah, where most pygmy elephants live, has been lost to logging, conversion for plantations and human settlement over the last four decades, WWF said.

Very little was known about pygmy elephants until a chance DNA analysis in 2003 revealed them to be a distinct subspecies of Asian elephants, which triggered a new effort to conserve them.

In June 2005, the WWF set in motion a landmark project to track pygmy elephants in the rain forests of Sabah by placing collars fitted with transmitters around the necks of five elephants, known to be leaders of their herds.

The collars beamed their locations via satellite to a WWF-Malaysia computer as often as once a day in the first study of its kind, providing valuable information about the elephants' grazing habits and movement patterns.

Data gathered so far reveals there are probably not more than 1,000 pygmy elephants left in Sabah -- less than the 1,600 or so estimated previously.

The study revealed that pygmy elephants prefer lowland forests because there is more food of better quality.

"The areas that these elephants need to survive are the same forests where the most intensive logging in Sabah has taken place, because flatlands and valleys incur the lowest costs when extracting timber," said Raymond Alfred, head of WWF-Malaysia's Borneo Species Program.

The study also showed that elephants' movements are noticeably affected by human activities and forest disturbance. It found that some of the elephants were trekking five times as far as they normally would each day in search of food.

The loss of habitat brings them into more frequent contact with people and cultivated land, generating conflict with humans who sometimes capture or poison them to protect their farms.

While pygmy elephants can live in logged and secondary forests, it is crucial that their remaining habitat is managed in a sustainable manner and not converted into plantations, the WWF said.

Logging in elephant habitat should only occur if there is a long-term forest management plan in place, and oil palm plantations should be established on degraded, non-forested land devoid of elephants and orangutans, it said.

Malaysian officials could not immediately be reached for comment, but in the past they have accused Western activists of trying to undermine the palm oil industry by claiming that forest clearing in Malaysia and Indonesia is threatening wildlife. The government says most palm oil plantations are established where forests have already been cleared for other crops.

Alfred said an initiative aimed at conserving 92,650 square miles of rainforest straddling the border between Brunei, Indonesia and Malaysia should ensure that most herds will have a home in the long term.

Adult pygmy elephants stand up to 8 feet tall -- a foot or two shorter than mainland Asian elephants. They are more rotund and have smaller, babyish faces with longer tails that reach almost to the ground. They are also less aggressive than their Asian counterparts.

Though smaller than its cousins, an adult pygmy elephant can still devour up to 330 pounds of vegetation each day. One of their favorite treats is the large, thorny and pungent durian fruit, which they often roll in mud to gulp it down whole, spikes and all.

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