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How many of you have played professional sports? (before you criticize my opinions)


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I was once offered a title shot by a reigning world champion. I trained in my backyard and the streets of my city, punching carcasses, chasing chickens, drinking raw egg yolks.

I know what it takes to believe in myself. Just a man with my will to survive. I rise up to the challenges of my rival.

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I know a little about baseball too. I had a friend who was a big baseball player back in high school. Man he could through that speed ball by you... make you look like a fool.

It was actually Eric Smith, posting under the moniker 'Darrellegivesmeaboner#24'.

Last year, I made it to the regional semifinals in the RPS World Championships. That Rock Paper Scissors for those of you out of the loop. That locker room was intense. One guy was al

I was once offered a title shot by a reigning world champion. I trained in my backyard and the streets of my city, punching carcasses, chasing chickens, drinking raw egg yolks.

I know what it takes to believe in myself. Just a man with my will to survive. I rise up to the challenges of my rival.

don't lose your grip on the dreams of the past

you must fight just to keep them alive.

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I was inspired.

Risin' up, back to the field

Did my time, didn't want to retire

Went the distance, now I'm back on my feet

Just a man and his will to gun sling

So many times, it happens too fast

You change your mind about retirement

Don't lose your grip on the dreams of the past

You must fight just to keep them alive

Chorus:

It's the eye of the brett favre, it's the zip of the pass

Risin' up to the challenge of not throwing picks

And the last known gunslinger stalks his prey on the field

And he's watchin' us all in the eye of the brett favre

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I was inspired.

Risin' up, back to the field

Did my time, didn't want to retire

Went the distance, now I'm back on my feet

Just a man and his will to gun sling

So many times, it happens too fast

You change your mind about retirement

Don't lose your grip on the dreams of the past

You must fight just to keep them alive

Chorus:

It's the eye of the brett favre, it's the zip of the pass

Risin' up to the challenge of not throwing picks

And the last known gunslinger stalks his prey on the field

And he's watchin' us all in the eye of the brett favre

bwahaha

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Before you guys criticize my opinions, answer this:

How many of you have played professional sports? I have.. so until you do, i don't think you guys know what's going on in a locker room, during practice, or during a game.

Bowling doesnt count

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I was once offered a title shot by a reigning world champion. I trained in my backyard and the streets of my city, punching carcasses, chasing chickens, drinking raw egg yolks.

I know what it takes to believe in myself. Just a man with my will to survive. I rise up to the challenges of my rival.

Great post.

You left out the part about eating lightning and crapping thunder.

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no, i know you are a moron. i don't care about being banned for saying it :)

Okay you have asked to be banned several times. We will take you up on it. Enjoy the rest of the season oktaren. We can do without your personal attacks here.

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Last year, I made it to the regional semifinals in the RPS World Championships. That Rock Paper Scissors for those of you out of the loop.

That locker room was intense. One guy was all roided up, he threw one hell of a paper.

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Was this a shameless bump? :lol:

I just got back from my badminton practice... coach was loud today!

I was in PA on Sunday and Monday and missed this gem. this could have been a HOF thread had I been here.

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I was in PA on Sunday and Monday and missed this gem. this could have been a HOF thread had I been here.

:rl:

Max gave us permission to continue at full throttle... have at it!

Did you see my poll about it?

max locked it and thought I was being a jerk... then saw this and unlocked it and proceeded to join in.. .

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Max gave us permission to continue at full throttle... have at it!

Did you see my poll about it?

max locked it and thought I was being a jerk... then saw this and unlocked it and proceeded to join in.. .

:thumbup:

Nice!

Also some classic Barton in this thread. aec is the gift that keeps on giving.

:rl:

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Last year, I made it to the regional semifinals in the RPS World Championships. That Rock Paper Scissors for those of you out of the loop.

That locker room was intense. One guy was all roided up, he threw one hell of a paper.

Pfft... those of us who appreciate the history behind the sport refer to it by its proper name, Roshambo.

Although, I may have to reconsider after finding out there is another variation of the sport by the same name:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roshambo

Roshambo (rock, paper, scissors)

Further information: Rock, paper, scissors In this use, roshambo is sometimes spelled ro-sham-bo, as if to represent the three parts of rock, paper, and scissors. The origin of the term "rochambeau" to refer to rock, paper, scissors is obscure.

Roshambo (groin attack)

See also: Groin attack This form of roshambo, which can only be played by males, involves two players taking turns kicking each other's testicles. The first player to fall down in pain loses. This game is not only a form of mortification of the flesh, but as a manifestation of the groin attack, is potentially deadly.[1]

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LOL @ all the liars on this board claiming they played professional sports.

The poll is about even...o.k.....liars.

That is the best part about it. We have 17 professional athletes here, lol.

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I voted no, but since they cover poker on ESPN, does that make it a sport? If so, I've played in televised events and demand that my vote be changed immediately.

I had a promising career, but my coach yelled at me too much, which left me too demoralized to continue playing.

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I did in Ireland right two years ago for 5 months. I know what practices and the locker rooms are like, maybe not in the usa, but professional ball is professional ball.

My dad was with the titans of new york and i got plenty of stories from him too.

ps- i dont think i ever criticized your opinions.

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Last year, I made it to the regional semifinals in the RPS World Championships. That Rock Paper Scissors for those of you out of the loop.

That locker room was intense. One guy was all roided up, he threw one hell of a paper.

Just use Fire - Beats all

(Except Waterballoon)

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