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  • #91944

    Patrick Pass
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    The answer is vain, he’s so vain

    #91945

    chicowalker
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    Independent Beatty would have said “Emma Stone? haven’t had her yet.  See you at 10”

    #91946

    Lebron
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    I’m going to have to block any trade for WinitforRemerswaal, reminds me that grampa wasn’t around for 2004.

    #91948

    chicowalker
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    It was just brought to my attention from an old classmate that I (we) have something in common with Denzel- both beat out by Casey Affleck.  He was at CR&L for the 92 New England Drama fest, and we lost to them.  I just vomited all over myself seeing my dual roles :ohmy:   :lol:

     

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4viIt9aMv17YXpHd3J0blRkR0U/view

    #91949

    GreatWhiteDhale
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    So he’s too senile to deftly think on his feet when faced with an unexpected situation that happens once every 50 years? Who the hell expects the wrong card to be in that envelope in that situation? Fatty would be proud of this kind of MMQB’ing.

    I’m not saying he is senile, just not as quick on his feet. If he thought something was wrong, take a second before dumping it in Dunaway’s lap.

    Come back, Regular Brian.

    My agenda is truth.

    #91950

    Feejis
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    That 80 year old guy faced with a situation nobody else has ever faced on live TV should’ve been a quicker thinker?

    That is the steamiest pile of hottakes possible.

    #91951

    Canadian Soldier
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    It was just brought to my attention from an old classmate that I (we) have something in common with Denzel- both beat out by Casey Affleck. He was at CR&L for the 92 New England Drama fest, and we lost to them. I just vomited all over myself seeing my dual roles :ohmy: 😆 https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4viIt9aMv17YXpHd3J0blRkR0U/view

    Marty King, one of the greats, Danno!  And was that George Cain?   :lol:

    #91952

    Major Intangibles
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    Even if we pay his $51.00 posting fee, I’m hearing rumblings that GonzoLyroball will only agree to join SonsofSteveGarvey.  :ozzy:

    Nothing will be saved. All will be lost. And our new onion-headed sad emoticon is unable to convey the depth of that loss. -10/22/25 (sic) Daily Thread

    #91953

    chicowalker
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    It was just brought to my attention from an old classmate that I (we) have something in common with Denzel- both beat out by Casey Affleck. He was at CR&L for the 92 New England Drama fest, and we lost to them. I just vomited all over myself seeing my dual roles :ohmy: 😆 https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4viIt9aMv17YXpHd3J0blRkR0U/view

    Marty King, one of the greats, Danno! And was that George Cain? 😆

    :lol:   Might as well have been.  My younger brother played Abel.  When we won the RI Drama fest, one of the judges was heaping effusive praise on the realism of the scene where Cain slayed (slew?) Abel, not realizing that I was in fact beating the shit out of my brother.  I wasn’t much of an actor, but I was an effective goon

    #91954

    Major Intangibles
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    Per Bert, The Cardinals have placed the franchise tag on Jones.

    AZ Man Clings To Life After Slapped With Franchise Tag

    “He just wanted to explore free agency” heartbroken teammates tell reporters

    Nothing will be saved. All will be lost. And our new onion-headed sad emoticon is unable to convey the depth of that loss. -10/22/25 (sic) Daily Thread

    #91955

    Claude45
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    So remember when that hardo TEs coach was named interim Dolphins head coach he had the Dolphins run the Oklahoma drill? The media was just over the moon excited, especially the likes of Breer.

    http://www.pennlive.com/news/2017/02/college_cant_escape_suit_by_fo.html

    Whoops, I love to hear the media back track on that.

    #91956

    NumberFour
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    It was just brought to my attention from an old classmate that I (we) have something in common with Denzel- both beat out by Casey Affleck. He was at CR&L for the 92 New England Drama fest, and we lost to them. I just vomited all over myself seeing my dual roles :ohmy: 😆 https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4viIt9aMv17YXpHd3J0blRkR0U/view

    :ph34r: Hated those fuckers. We beat their asses in ’93.

    #91957

    NumberFour
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    So he’s too senile to deftly think on his feet when faced with an unexpected situation that happens once every 50 years? Who the hell expects the wrong card to be in that envelope in that situation? Fatty would be proud of this kind of MMQB’ing.

    I’m not saying he is senile, just not as quick on his feet. If he thought something was wrong, take a second before dumping it in Dunaway’s lap.

    Have you even seen it? First of all, he takes many seconds trying to figure out WTF is going on. Then, when she’s giving him the business for stalling, all he does is show her the card. As in, “Look at this shit…”

    :rollseyes:

    #91958

    Coma
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    Patriots name Nick Caley tight ends coach. He was a coaching assistant this year. Yet another John Carroll alum Yes-man.

     

    Fixed

    #91959

    Suzy
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    The thing is, who in a million years could possibly imagine that the people in charge of the envelopes could fuck up that colossally?! I’m guessing that the (80-year-old!!) guy had more presence of mind than those criticizing him after the fact ever would have.

    What an amazingly shitty position to find yourself in.

     

    #91961

    Kevin
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    Yes, my brothers and Suzy! I have a dream! I have a dream that one day all posters will be judged not by the picture in their profile, but by the quality of their song parody!

    #91962

    Coma
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    Fatty, re: the drooling monster in Indy’s book club What’s great about the book club—one of the things anyway—is that Luck reads the selections he picks. I would offer that first reading a book you are recommending is not great, it is the bare minimum.

    Late to this, but it’s staggering that PK would think it’s “great” that someone who puts together a book club would actually read the books they are recommending. What did he think the standard was going to be – “I heard other people talk about it” “I liked the cover art” “They made this author’s last book into a movie, so I figured their other stuff was also good” ?

    The thing is, in terms of idiotic or offensive stuff that PK says, this isn’t even that bad, by his standards. Somehow, in an era when missteps get people fired, King has somehow become bulletproof. And it’s not like he changed his approach. If anything, he’s become emboldened to put his ugly American, finger-wagging persona on display.

    #91966

    Patrick Pass
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    Steelers give Antonio Brown richest deal in WR history. Assuming he doesn’t blow out an ACL, which would be a shame, they should continue to score in the teens versus the Patriots.

    #91967

    CornerBlitz
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    It would be an awesome prank if it was George Hamilton backstage who switched the cards just to fuck with Beatty.

    #91968

    Lebron
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    Four years from now they’ll be paying Brown $18.5 million.  And they’ll also tag Bell, sign him to an extension, so he can continue to stand behind the line of scrimmage waiting to get tackled. Well done!

    #91969

    328 Chauncey St
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    Check the envelope, are we sure she’s alive? October 2016:

    Costume designer Janet Patterson, a four-time Oscar nominee for period films like Bright Star, The Portrait of a Lady and The Piano, has died. Rocco Hindman, the head of the agency that represented her, said Tuesday that she died recently in Australia. Due to the wishes of her family, he would not reveal her age or the date of her death. The Portrait of a Lady star Nicole Kidman on Monday night paid tribute to the late designer. The actress said “she’s not here anymore, but she lives on through those beautiful clothes and images.”

    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/janet-patterson-dead-oscar-nominated-costume-designer-dies-941312

    I don’t think they are saying she’s not dead..as you have seen, she is. The photo they used, however, is not her; it’s a photo of a producer that is still alive.

     

    Edit: Or what 3 people posted already :wall:

     

     

     

    #91970

    02062
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    It happened to Schmuel at the 64 Oscars and it was a gas my man.

    Davis Jr. read the nominees: Irma La Douce, Bye Bye Birdie, A New Kind of Love, Sundays and Cybele and The Sword in the Stone. However, he then announced the winner as John Addison for Tom Jones, who was not even in the category.

    After a moment of confusion among the audience members, the entertainer realized he was given the incorrect envelope.

    “Wait till the NAACP hears about this,” he joked as the right envelope was brought out.

    Davis Jr. then put on a pair of glasses, saying, “I ain’t gonna make no mistake this time, baby.”

    #91971

    jforb
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    Four years from now they’ll be paying Brown $18.5 million. And they’ll also tag Bell, sign him to an extension, so he can continue to stand behind the line of scrimmage waiting to get tackledsit on the bench watching the season end. Well done!

    #91975

    Major Intangibles
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    It happened to Schmuel at the 64 Oscars and it was a gas my man. Davis Jr. read the nominees: Irma La Douce, Bye Bye Birdie, A New Kind of Love, Sundays and Cybele and The Sword in the Stone. However, he then announced the winner as John Addison for Tom Jones, who was not even in the category. After a moment of confusion among the audience members, the entertainer realized he was given the incorrect envelope. “Wait till the NAACP hears about this,” he joked as the right envelope was brought out. Davis Jr. then put on a pair of glasses, saying, “I ain’t gonna make no mistake this time, baby.”


    “A pair of glasses? You’re gilding the lily, Sambo! You coulda just used a monocle! I kid, I kid. But winning an Oscar; what a feeling, am I right? Oh. I forgot.”

    Nothing will be saved. All will be lost. And our new onion-headed sad emoticon is unable to convey the depth of that loss. -10/22/25 (sic) Daily Thread

    #91976

    02062
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    Four years from now they’ll be paying Brown $18.5 million. And they’ll also tag Bell, sign him to an extension, so he can continue to stand behind the line of scrimmage waiting to get tackledsit on the bench watching the season end. Well done!

    I’m sure Peter King will tell us that as always, the Sainted Rooney Family did what was best for everyone and never thought of themselves.

     

    #91977

    Yahtzee
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    2016 would have killed Bonnie & Clyde right then and there, n’est-ce pas?

    #91978

    Fred West Lynn
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    It was just brought to my attention from an old classmate that I (we) have something in common with Denzel- both beat out by Casey Affleck. He was at CR&L for the 92 New England Drama fest, and we lost to them. I just vomited all over myself seeing my dual roles :ohmy: 😆 https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4viIt9aMv17YXpHd3J0blRkR0U/view

    :ph34r: Hated those fuckers. We beat their asses in ’93.

    I was in a production of Rosenkrantz and Guildenstern are Dead. Great fun exploring JHancock Hall etc. Figuring ourselves as the most avant garde of all the troupes, we took particular joy at the poor kids who were there beating that old war horse, The Crucible.

    Eight years later, I’m chatting with my new boss who casually let it drop that his wife was the drama teacher/director of said production of The Crucible. Never did find out if he knew my little secret.

    #91979

    NumberFour
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    It was just brought to my attention from an old classmate that I (we) have something in common with Denzel- both beat out by Casey Affleck. He was at CR&L for the 92 New England Drama fest, and we lost to them. I just vomited all over myself seeing my dual roles :ohmy: 😆 https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4viIt9aMv17YXpHd3J0blRkR0U/view

    :ph34r: Hated those fuckers. We beat their asses in ’93.

    I was in a production of Rosenkrantz and Guildenstern are Dead. Great fun exploring JHancock Hall etc. Figuring ourselves as the most avant garde of all the troupes, we took particular joy at the poor kids who were there beating that old war horse, The Crucible. Eight years later, I’m chatting with my new boss who casually let it drop that his wife was the drama teacher/director of said production of The Crucible. Never did find out if he knew my little secret.

    Was that the one where they just screeched for 40 minutes? Seemed like every year some hackers would do The Crucible.  :weei:

    #91980

    Yahtzee
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    Regular Brian better not stumble across this thread.

    #91981

    Miserable Fellow
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    It was just brought to my attention from an old classmate that I (we) have something in common with Denzel- both beat out by Casey Affleck. He was at CR&L for the 92 New England Drama fest, and we lost to them. I just vomited all over myself seeing my dual roles :ohmy: 😆 https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4viIt9aMv17YXpHd3J0blRkR0U/view

    :ph34r: Hated those fuckers. We beat their asses in ’93.

    I was in a production of Rosenkrantz and Guildenstern are Dead. Great fun exploring JHancock Hall etc. Figuring ourselves as the most avant garde of all the troupes, we took particular joy at the poor kids who were there beating that old war horse, The Crucible. Eight years later, I’m chatting with my new boss who casually let it drop that his wife was the drama teacher/director of said production of The Crucible. Never did find out if he knew my little secret.

    Was that the one where they just screeched for 40 minutes? Seemed like every year some hackers would do The Crucible. :weei:

    Little did we know we were doing 4th wall breakings some two or three decades ago. :ph34r:

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