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|11 hours 40 min ago||is it just me||
or is that stuffing ball recipe remarkable similar to Pete Schweddy's recipe?
|2 days 8 hours ago||wow||
you're bring back memories of arguments I used to have with people who were in love with Drew Henson. I still don't understand those people.
|3 days 10 hours ago||stay heeeeere||
|4 days 12 hours ago||why does he||
have to watch roosters?
|5 days 7 hours ago||good one||
in the same vein as "very unique" I just thought of another one that bugs me--"my personal opinion" of course it's personal. I can see that there are other types of opinions- a group opinion, a professional opinion, etc, but if you say "my" then "personal" becomes pedantic. Just makes the speaker sound like a high school kid trying to eek out the 500th word on an essay
|5 days 9 hours ago||I agree||
also, I have a labrador who at one point was nicknamed the "counter shark" because he would eat pretty much anything we left on the counter (whole loaves of bread, including the bag, frozen chicken/ground beef left out to thaw/ phone chargers/ anything not nailed down) and whenever he would get something (like a chicken-sicle) I would text my wife and say "duuuh-duut" to imitate the Jaws sound.
but, thats just like, my opinon, man
|5 days 9 hours ago||well, theres a few choices||
all of the sudden
mute point (and I swear to God I had someone once tell me it was a "moo" point)
for all intensive purposes
should of/ would of/ could of
mortified (many people seem to think that indicates a level of fright or disgust because they use it as a synonym for horrified or terrified)
I know there's more, I just cant think of them right now
|1 week 7 hours ago||have you been watching old episodes of||
Zooboomafoo? Thats my son's favorite show, and we have seen the Capybara episode probably somewhere between 45 and 450,000 times
|1 week 5 days ago||what is||
a brussel sprout? All of the sudden, I realize you may be referring to the small, cabbage like vegetable known as the Brussels sprout. For all intensive purposes, its a mute point, I guess.
|2 weeks 2 days ago||we should all||
take a moment to be thankful for what we do have, and realize how luckymany of us are that a coaching search is the largest source of stressed have these days.
Ace, I hope you have a full and speedy recovery. Its nice to hear you have such a wonderful support system. All the best wishes in the world unto you
|2 weeks 3 days ago||Ive seen that as well||
I prefer the first version because the "all of our fish have AIDS" line rubs me the wrong way. Not sure why. I grew up in Cleveland and normally have a good sense of humor about my hometown (self-depricating humor is ALWAYS funny, to me) but that just made me mad for some reason. Totally irrational, I am
|2 weeks 3 days ago||I hope I can make the event||
on the 12th. That Winking Lizard is right in the middle of my old stomping grounds. There's a Crazy Horse a couple doors down as well, if anyone is interested. For now, please enjoy this hastily made Cleveland tourism video:
|2 weeks 5 days ago||Browns fan here||
can I get a hit of what you're smoking? I wouldn't let Pat Shurmur make me a cup of coffee. His offenses with the Rams were below average, his tenure with the Browns was an abomination (horrible playcalling, couldn't handle game management situations, tons of formation/procedural penalties, countless timeouts burned because it took too long for him to call a play, etc. etc) AND he only got the job because his Uncle Fritz was Mike Holmgren's DC in the past (cronyism is bad everywhere). Somehow he managed to get hired by Chip Kelly as an OC, but that's just a title, we all know who runs the offense for the Eagles.
|2 weeks 5 days ago||hell, I was born||
in the 70s and I'm STILL not an adult
|2 weeks 6 days ago||duh||
having it at 430 gives them time for a couple bong rips and some oreos first
|5 weeks 7 hours ago||if only||
Sonny had EZ pass the whole war could have been avoided
|5 weeks 7 hours ago||what if||
they're doing a story on Dennis Martinez?
|5 weeks 8 hours ago||winner winner||
|5 weeks 1 day ago||and what I forgot to mention||
the brother in law didn't want to press charges but the police said because it classifies as "domestic violence" they didn't have a choice. Had they not been related to each other, the BIL could have said not to press charges and that would have been the end of it.
|5 weeks 1 day ago||yes||
simple assault is a class 5 (minor) misdemeanor, which doesn't require disclosure on applications while and domestic violence is a class two and does require disclosure in many instances, and as another poster said, those words paired together often make a hiring managers mind up for them before they bother vetting the details if the incident
|5 weeks 1 day ago||well||
the brother in law had been living in their basement rent free for over a year and had too much to drink and was saying some awful things to his sister(my neighbors wife) and my neighbor gave him a few chances to pipe down, but he wouldn't shut up...so a wrestling match ensued and the brother in laws gf called 911 immediately.
So, while not ideal, I think my neighbors actions were quite defensible
|5 weeks 1 day ago||yes very true||
I had a neighbor get in a scuffle with his brother in law on Thanksgiving once, he got charged with domestic violence because they were related. Had they not been related it would have been a simple assault charge. It still follows him around today. Ive seen firsthand his it has made switching jobs very very difficult for him for that exact reason .
|5 weeks 3 days ago||its the nfl||
other than rooting for ex-Wolverines to do well I root for the Browns. So even though Hoyer is a Spartan and Mallet was in Ann Arbor for a while, I'm rooting like hell for Hoyer on Sunday
|6 weeks 2 days ago||did he win||
any playoff games after Elway retired?
|7 weeks 3 days ago||maybe Gene Smith||
needs an assistant?
|8 weeks 1 day ago||Browns fan||
Nice guy, knows some offensive football, knows how to utilize the talent on hand (except, oddly, Cam Newton when he was in Carolina...another reason for pause). Not really sure how he'd fare as a HC, his time was too short in Cleveland. On the plus side, he was humble enough to hire strong and experienced coordinators, and didnt hire underlings who would easily bow to his authority, which means he is not afraid to be challeneged if it is in the best interests of the team. On the minus suide, his best years as OC came with Norv Turner at his side (either as the HC or the OC). Not sure if thats causation or correlation
One point of order- 2007 was about the best season the Browns have had since they've come back. Went 10-6. 5 Pro-Bowlers (DA, Braylon, Kellen, JT and Cribbs.
And the Phil Savage mucked it all up in the offseason
|10 weeks 7 hours ago||not so fast my friend||
I heard on a number of ESPN radio shows last week discussions abut whether a two loss SEC team would be more desrving in that scenario than a one loss team from another league. The table is already being set, in case that happens.
Obviously, I dont agree, Im just reporting the news
|10 weeks 5 days ago||I didn't want||
half of these guys when they rumored to be in the running for the Browns job, and I only "like" the Browns. I "like like" Michigan so, no please God no.
I think we need to stop hoping for some magical savior or latching on to a guy because of a hot season. Then again, I've got no better ideas so yeah...this sucks all the way around.
|10 weeks 6 days ago||hate to tell you this||
but if the Browns win the Super Bowl the world will immediately come to an end and we will all die.
|11 weeks 3 hours ago||right||
in theory ego shouldn't come into play, but it does. In a situation like this it's going to come down to the owner choosing one or the other, or paying both enough that they don't care anymore