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  1. Mogilny

    Mogilny All-Star Forum Donor

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    Robin Hanson agrees.
     
  2. coynejeremy

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    No love for Ray Kurzweil?

    By the way, here's a fascinating site that helps us understand if we're there yet.

    IS THE SINGULARITY HERE YET?
     
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  3. dba

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    Why sure, didn't you get the notice...

    Oh.

    Never mind.

    (everybody keep quiet around cj)
     
  4. BallDon'tLie

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    Hji Ralphie.
    I know who a Ralphie is but wasn't sure what a Raphie is.

    I have deduced that Bill was insinuating that you were somehow associated with the practice of proposing lopsided fantasy sports trades. Laim was insulted by my offer of two young multi-category fantasy stallions for an injury-ravaged, aging superstar who is 3 years past being able a reliable fantasy option.

    I think you should let old Billy know how you feel about him using your name as an adjective like that. :boxing:
     
  5. BallDon'tLie

    BallDon'tLie All-Star 3x Fantasy Champion

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    I believe were playing you guys this week.
    ...thanks for the bulletin board material!
    Don't blame AK's bed bug infestation and recent viruses on my team man.
    We have a cleaning staff of undocumented immigrants that do a helluva job keeping our facillities ship-shape.
    '47 was a disease-ridden, walking ball of bacteria before he got here and it's one of the reasons his unsanitary butt is gone.

    During contract negotiations, his agent kept going on and on about how much water we were gonna save due to his propensity for not taking showers. The dude had a series of Excel spreadsheets that were so convincing that we added an extra 3% onto the backend of his deal.

    Just looking at this action shot of Andrei KiriSTINKO makes me want to go wash my hands.
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    Talk about "fantasy" basketball! BDL, you have one active imagination, my friend. Not one word of your post is true! When the Squirrels came through Seattle last week, Nick Batum and Roy Hibbert got fleas.


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  7. dba

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    I am searching the internet now for some body condoms the Cogs can wear in Denver next week. Sure, maybe a few more turns because it's hard to grip the ball, but better than a head full of cooties.

    We use sonic showers in Orbit City.
     
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  8. BallDon'tLie

    BallDon'tLie All-Star 3x Fantasy Champion

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    I know for a fact that a few of my guys have some minor STDs but nothing contageous in an airborn manner.
    You guys are barking up the wrong tree man!

    Have a nice day.
     
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    ...speaking of STD's my team played like herpes last night and we are off to a "wonderful" start this week.
    We would have been better off trying to kick the ball into the hoop.
     
  10. Slippy

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    I wanted to move JV out of the lineup but those 3 blocks are quite valuable. My Gasol/Monroe 1-2 punch needs to get back on track because I rely on my C's to pad my assists :der: .

    One thing good about fantasy bball is you get to see a variety of stats. I like the 7, 15, and 30 day stats. Knight is trending up and Kemba is ballin'! Nice way to compare guys.
     
  11. BallDon'tLie

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    I really need Dirk to come back and be a top 20 player.
    The Squirrels are coming back down to earth.

    ...Lowry gets hurt in the 1st quarter in a MONDAY game? - crap!
     
  12. Slippy

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    The battle between the mooseheads and the squirrels has become a contest of who can imitate the pistons better. Both teams clank ball off the iron more often than Chucky V but the Squirrels have a slight edge in that regard.
     
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  13. dba

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    Holiday went a little lame this week and without his assists the Cogs dropped the assist category to the wombatz by three making the final 6-3 instead of 7-2. Amazingly that was my first injury this season that really hurt, other than my accidental drafting of Al Harrington who's still holding down my IR slot.
     
  14. BallDon'tLie

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    BIG matchup for the Denver Squirrels this week after a nailbiter with Slip's team that resulted in (yet another) victory for Denver.
    I was reading some trash-talk from Talbot Street last week but the internets seem pretty quiet right now.

    Here's a look at what we used to hydrate ourselves after last night's win.
    For the record, we chucked all the empty bottles at Talbot Street's team bus after we were done.
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  15. Slippy

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    Of all the regrets I had, the biggest was not putting AK-47 in the lineup. The margins for 2 categories were very small.
    We were still pulling ourselves out of a cataclysmic nosedive. My team is solid though. If we ever match up again, hopefully Dirk and Eric Gordon will be battling it out with the rest of the team.
     
  16. dba

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    Cogs are gearing up ("gearing up", cool huh?) for the 1/2 matchup with the Squirrels this week by revamping the starting lineup. Faried goes to the bench for Marion and Holiday limps off and is replaced by Calderon.

    It's a classic matchup - the steampunk Cogs versus the small furry mammals.
     
  17. Slippy

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    Two tips from a seasoned (1 matchup) veteran.
    1. Insist your mascot wear kevlar
    2. Spray the locker room BEFORE the players arrive.

    We got a 'special' away game cake and it was actually Mike Conley trying to get back to the Mooseheads. His eyes were all red and his speech slurred but then rufus tackled him and said he had to get into uniform. I never want to hear a grown man cry like that ever again. ever.
     
  18. webz

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    Cogs are formidable. But my unwanted draft and FA scrubs put up a fight. If I can just stay in the playoff hunt maybe Bynum and Amare will be back by then. Ha!
     
  19. dba

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    Made it through Denver with only a couple of antibiotics shots. Might have been the first time we've won turnovers.

    Who to start, who to start...
     
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    Looking at getting punked by the Microwaves. 'Scoe is doing a bang up job working the wire. At least eric gordon's back.
     

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