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Discussion in 'January 2011' started by roscoe36, Oct 19, 2010.
You guys have got me rolling this morning.
I was wondering whether someone would end up posting about those possessions without me doing it first. There was a third possession either right before those two or right after those two that was utterly appalling as well but I can't remember what exactly he did though. I might start calling him Pong and Will Bynum is Ping. Workin to get us more bawls.
In honor of Rodney Stuckey, I gave a ride to school to 14 of my son's friends in my little Sebring this morning.
This letter has been sitting on JD's desk unopened since mid Dec. "Cheney, WA., December 13, 2010 – Eastern Washington University today announced that it will conduct a voluntary Safety Recall involving approximately 1 2007 Model Year Point Guard(s) produced between 2005 and 2007 to repair a neurotransmitter substance deficiency. Due to the lack of serotonin messenger, the point guard could be compelled to drive recklessly into stationary objects while in operation and show no emotional reaction whatsoever."
It seems you forgot this piece: "Also, high concentrations of estrogen may be released, which could lead to uncontrollable hugging of combatants immediately following a competition."
...and Prone to fainting spells at any moment. Use with caution!
Getting on the train, Stuckey-style. YouTube - Getting on board a train in China
I thought for sure the guard was going to stop that first guy who started pushing. Wrong again.
I would think that a human "french fry scoop" like McDonald's uses could be employed to just load those passengers through the top of the car. It would be just as humane...
Holy Jeebus!!!! I can not believed that happened.... I was thinking the whole time that someone was gonna get knocked out by someone already in the car. Then when that didn't happen the employees for the train station started pushing? Unbelievable. That is crazy. Super collider would feel right at home.
It was white-gloved service though.
That's not funny. Just to let you know: I only help with the gang push when the appearance of rightful socks are needed. Yep, that's me in the white ones. And please don't say I look like Jerry Lewis.
No time to read the thread. Quick report on game. Good rotation used in first half. 2nd half was winnable - despite it being a 2nd game of a back to back. Problem was the coach -who true to form would not adjust when things went badly in the 2nd half. He basically just threw in the towel- something he did a lot of last year though not lately. Bottom line - we need a coach. Hopefully, Gores will buy the team soon - and ditch Kuester in a hurry. If Ben Wallace can't guard his guy - and the team can't score with him in the game - it just might be time to make an adjustment - rather than throw in the towel - showing no heart at all. He compounded that lack of courage by babbling on about his team not showing effort. Again - he was the only guy in the game not showing effort. Rather than effort, all you get from Kuester after the game is a pile of stinky excuses.
I'm not deluding myself into thinking that this was a winnable game. Maybe sometimes we can sneak up an elite team here and there. But the Lakers did to us what we used to do all the time to other teams - they stepped on our necks in the second half and easily ran away with the win. It's cute to think we were trading punches with the big boys, but come on - the Lakers are prizefighters. They wore us down for the first half and then elevated their game for the TKO. If we were really capable of hanging tough with them down the stretch, we wouldn't have the record we do.
Good call....the Pistons currently have a 15% chance of making the playoffs.
Winnable game - you don't quit unless you are a quitter. The coach is the last person who should quit trying to win a game.
He doesn't quit...He just doesn't know how to win. He does like spinning his wheels though.
My perspective is definitely a fan perspective. The coach and players should never admit to themselves or others that they believe that, even if they do.
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