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    Laszlo Panaflex
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    Pete’s mailbag is always a treat, this week he tells us how the Patriots draft may unfold. As a bonus, Pete gets to remind us 2 more times how much more he cares about the Humboldt situation than we do. https://www.si.com/nfl/2018/04/11/patriots-draft-quarterback-bill-belichick-josh-mcdaniels-mmqb

    “I can only imagine what it feels like to be a Canadian. “

    #122274

    jforb
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    7995, think that’s +6 today, +5 yesterday

    Wonder if he’ll pimp hitting 8000.

    #122275

    Major Intangibles
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    Aren’t there rappers serving time right here in New England for parole violations Bob could have visited first?

    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

    #122276

    GreatWhiteDhale
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    On T&R this morning I heard a replay from yesterday of them cracking jokes about Ray Lewis’s comments and them talking about the team songs from the 1986 Super Bowl. How about some effort boys?

    Come back, Regular Brian.

    My agenda is truth.

    #122277

    Lebron
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    ESPN doing a top draft moment for each franchise, Reiss came up with this beauty

    Selecting their first Super Bowl-winning QB in 1993

    #122279

    Suzy
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    Pete’s mailbag is always a treat, this week he tells us how the Patriots draft may unfold. As a bonus, Pete gets to remind us 2 more times how much more he cares about the Humboldt situation than we do. https://www.si.com/nfl/2018/04/11/patriots-draft-quarterback-bill-belichick-josh-mcdaniels-mmqb

    This is (probably) terrifically phony, but follow the plot line: This sentence makes me want to kick puppies. It’s not “probably” phony, it’s definitely phony, because it’s speculative about a scenario that has not happened, but might. So not real. But also not “phony” because it’s not propagating a falsehood, or a lie per se- it’s a prediction of sorts. I won’t even touch “terrifically”. How, how can he be so bad at this? I’m not even talking about his DadJean takes, just his inability to craft a sentence properly? He’s been doing this for nearly 40 FUCKING YEARS. What would be the equivalent in another industry (besides multiple firings). I’ve been a short order cook since ’78. Diners all across the country. Just don’t ask me to do eggs, not my strong suit

    Fat load can’t write to save his life. You’re right–his longevity, good reputation, and influence are all baffling. I live for the day he drops dead or better yet, is exposed as a pervert. Something, anything.

    #122280

    InThisTown
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    Aren’t there rappers serving time right here in New England for parole violations Bob could have visited first?

    Pour out some coffee milk for Lil Rhody  :-(

    #122281

    Coma
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    A high bar but that may be LJ’s most indecipherable work yet. Nothing in the cartoon connects to anything else in the cartoon, in any way. After looking at that nose, I think LJ may be struggling with some issues. Why a snowman? Why a tin cup? Why reference Joe DiMaggio? Why an anal plug for a nose (back me up BiLA)? When you see the Yankees get blown out in a game, you obviously think of Frosty running. LJ’s a real untalented weirdo. His “career” is a real mystery.

    At first I thought it was poop. Most of the buttplugs these days are neon colors for some reason. 😆

    Maybe so they don’t get lost? Or mistaken for other implements – “You people have no idea how upsetting it is to take out your toolbox with your hammers and dollies for dent removal and find someone’s buttplug in there. Put your stuff back where it belongs!”

    A hottake we probably won’t hear on local sports talk radio is that we won’t know how good the Red Sox are until they play a good team, like the Angels or Blue Jays.

    #122282

    InThisTown
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    Bob Ryan’s take being buttplugs of the 60s can do anything today’s buttplugs can do, without having to do things like being neon to distract you from their relative mediocrity

    The Hondo was the most durable two-way, multi-position sex toy of the 60s. Fact.

    #122283

    Kingasaurus
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    Bob Ryan’s take being buttplugs of the 60s can do anything today’s buttplugs can do, without having to do things like being neon to distract you from their relative mediocrity

    The Hondo was the most durable two-way, multi-position sex toy of the 60s. Fact.

    Don’t talk to me if you never saw that buttplug in person.

    #122284

    02062
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    Image result for on three inside the sports huddle

    https://www.si.com/vault/1972/09/04/613622/see-no-evil-hear-no-evilha

     

     

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    #122286

    Coma
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    Just unearthed video taken of the New England media contingent in the press box following the most recent Super Bowl: Chaos

    That reminds me of how detestable Shaughnessy is. He’s very big on being objective and only “rooting for the story,” but has said the two sporting events that got an emotional reaction out of him were Red Sox-Yankees, ALCS Game 7 in 2003 and Super Bowl 42.

    #122287

    Suzy
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    Just unearthed video taken of the New England media contingent in the press box following the most recent Super Bowl: Chaos

    That reminds me of how detestable Shaughnessy is. He’s very big on being objective and only “rooting for the story,” but has said the two sporting events that got an emotional reaction out of him were Red Sox-Yankees, ALCS Game 7 in 2003 and Super Bowl 42.

    Troll cunt.

    #122288

    Lebron
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    Rizzo going to the DL with back issues, Genius Joe walking on Ryan’s side of the street

    “I still believe guys swing too much,” Maddon told reporters Tuesday. “I came here this morning and I’m hearing cracks of the bat down the hallways in the batting cage. I don’t think Billy [Williams] did that, I don’t think [Ron] Santo did that, I don’t think Ernie [Banks] did that. They probably didn’t have a batting cage to do that in.

    “With Anthony, I’m trying to convince him to back off — no pun intended — a little bit, because swinging too often can exaggerate the issue,” Maddon said. “If more swings were the answer, everybody would hit .300.”

    Guys, enough of this practice stuff, I’ve opened a frisky little Zin why don’t we sit back enjoy some vino and talk about other things like that fascinating Josh Rosen.  That’s what Ernie would do

    #122289

    Suzy
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    Rizzo going to the DL with back issues, Genius Joe walking on Ryan’s side of the street

    “I still believe guys swing too much,” Maddon told reporters Tuesday. “I came here this morning and I’m hearing cracks of the bat down the hallways in the batting cage. I don’t think Billy [Williams] did that, I don’t think [Ron] Santo did that, I don’t think Ernie [Banks] did that. They probably didn’t have a batting cage to do that in. “With Anthony, I’m trying to convince him to back off — no pun intended — a little bit, because swinging too often can exaggerate the issue,” Maddon said. “If more swings were the answer, everybody would hit .300.”

    Guys, enough of this practice stuff, I’ve opened a frisky little Zin why don’t we sit back enjoy some vino and talk about other things like that fascinating Josh Rosen. That’s what Ernie would do

     Right?! What a dink. And can he ever shut his fucking yap and protect his players? He’s a pro at throwing red meat to the media clowns and trashing a player in the process. Despicable.

    Oh and Genius, I don’t think you mean “exaggerate.” There’s another word that sounds a lot like it that may be the one you want.

    #122290

    jforb
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    Banks wanted to relax, not play two all the time.

    #122292

    chicowalker
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    Those guys also finished last for 1000 straight years

    #122294

    02062
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    Why couldn’t Tito win that Game 7?

     

     

     

    #122295

    Humphrey
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    Image result for on three inside the sports huddle https://www.si.com/vault/1972/09/04/613622/see-no-evil-hear-no-evilha

    Odd confluence of posts.   Lebron mentioned the 1993 draft and the #2 pick that year was Rick Mirer, who Jim McCarthy would tout week after week over Bledsoe.   Whatever Bledsoe was or wasn’t, his career was on a different level than Mirer’s, who was the poster child for overrated Notre Dame football players.

    #122296

    Feejis
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    Yeah, Ted Williams never did practice hitting.

    #122298

    BrianInLA
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    I was just about to post something like that. Tiger Woods has been doing it wrong all these years. No need to hit 90,000 golf balls daily. Just relax, wear a funny outfit, make some cute quotes and collect the trophy’s.

     

    #122299

    Fred West Lynn
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    Heard 2 minutes of Dickerson whining that he hasn’t been able to find work. Guess that’s what happens when you have no marketable skills.

    I enjoyed that. Kirk/Gerry should do a segment like this every week. Make it like the old, old, old game show “Queen for a Day”. “The interview will climax with Bailey Kirk/Gerry asking the unemployable contestant what he/she needed most and why he/she wanted to win the title of Queen for a Day “Hottaker for a Day”. Many women sports media members broke down sobbing as they described their plights, and Bailey Kirk/Jerry was will always be quick to comfort them and offer a clean white handkerchief to dry their eyes. The winner, to the musical accompaniment of Pomp and Circumstance anything by Springsteen, would be draped in a sable-trimmed red velvet robe, given a glittering jeweled crown to wear, placed on a velvet-upholstered throne, and handed a dozen long-stemmed roses to hold as he/she wept, often uncontrollably, while his/her list of prizes are announced.”

    “anything by Springsteen” =  :lol:   :lol:   :lol:

    #122300

    Fred West Lynn
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    Just unearthed video taken of the New England media contingent in the press box following the most recent Super Bowl: Chaos

    That reminds me of how detestable Shaughnessy is. He’s very big on being objective and only “rooting for the story,” but has said the two sporting events that got an emotional reaction out of him were Red Sox-Yankees, ALCS Game 7 in 2003 and Super Bowl 42.

    I call B.S. Game 4 of 2004 WS took away his ill-gotten “Curse of… ” meal ticket. Upset, abused, adrift, inconsolate are all emotions and they were on him like a cloak of sorrow.

    #122301

    Ironhead
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    Loyko joined BSJ as a draft analyst.   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:

    #122302

    02062
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    Mr. Ironhead, please pick up the white courtesy phone please.

     

    Here’s some news: I’m joining and the team to provide and NFL Draft Coverage. Here is a link to subscribe:

    Oops – Never mind.

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