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Old 06-15-2010, 10:43 AM   #1
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U.S. Man Arrested for 'Hunting' Bin Laden

Unless your name is Chuck Norris, what is someone doing trying to hunt down Bin Laden on their own?

U.S. Man Arrested for 'Hunting' Bin Laden - WSJ.com
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Old 06-15-2010, 11:02 AM   #2
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YES im so glad you posted this. i read it this morning.

no red blooded american man cant say that they didnt atleast once dream of being the one to hunt osama down and kill his ass. i always envisioned myself hiding in wait inside of a crap hole of an outhouse waiting for osama to use it. then i reach up, grab his ass and pull him down into the shit, tie his ass up and march him to israel where i turn him over to the US embassy.

i always wondered why an american ex-marine type guy dying of cancer didnt try and do what this gentleman did. apparently this was this guys 7th trip to pakistan. he had kidney transplant. maybe he realized at 52 and with a kidney transplant, that there was a greater calling for him in his waning years of physicality.

i commend the man. i hope he gets all the oprah shows and hoopla that other people in the US are doing for attention like having 17 kids, heidi and spence etc.
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Gotta say it:

lame.
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Well isn't there a pretty big ransom for Bin Laden rather he is dead or alive. I'm thinking its like 25 mil or something like that.
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Old 06-15-2010, 11:22 AM   #5
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Gotta say it:

lame.
Every response to his posts should now just be "lame"
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Every response to his posts should now just be "lame"

Who are you talking about, OTM?
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Old 06-15-2010, 11:33 AM   #7
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Who are you talking about, OTM?
yes, just messin' with him
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Who are you talking about, OTM?
OTM put up a "lame" response in the Bowen interview thread.
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Old 06-15-2010, 11:35 AM   #9
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lol. dang fellas.no need to be all sensitive. one lil non-positive comment and now im going to get followed around with this lame thing? dirt hit me with it yesterday. it was kinda funny.

i did email matt my question, doubt he will respond but if he does i WILL NOT post it. sorry it had to come to that fellas.

edit - hope you all know im just jokin. yeah i could have expressed my frustration better but i have the social restraint of a 4 year old with a water gun.
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This is great, let the man hunt. I just hope he he doesn't accidentally shoot U.S. military personal before he gets gets to Osama. Or worse, get himself killed.
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lol. dang fellas.no need to be all sensitive. one lil non-positive comment and now im going to get followed around with this lame thing? dirt hit me with it yesterday. it was kinda funny.

i did email matt my question, doubt he will respond but if he does i WILL NOT post it. sorry it had to come to that fellas.
So I guess you were saying 'lame' because your question didn't get answered? You could have expressed that disappointment in a better way.

And yes, it will follow you around. Lame indeed.
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holy shit fellas. after posting in this thread i checked my email and low and frakin behold, the man responded. pretty sweet. i know i come off all lame in kissing his ass but hey, ill kiss a mans ass if he sacrifices his body for the skins.

Craig,


Thanks for the e-mail and the comments


I do remember the play you were talking about. We were in Cover 1, and Steve ran a post route on Champ (who was playing outside leverage).


My only option at the time was to try and get the ball out, but give it to Steve--he held on and Carolina eventually stole that game for us. Don't have any time at all to think in that situation and you just let your instincts take over.


-Matt


On Fri, Jun 11, 2010 at 10:24 AM, Craig < @yahoo.com> wrote:

On November 16th, 2003, you had 5 tackles, 1 interception and 1 forced fumble in a Redskins' 20 to 17 loss to the Carolina Panthers.

One of those tackles came with about 2 and half minutes to play in the 4th quarter, with the Redskins leading the game 17 to 13. Carolina and Jake Delhomme had the ball at our 37 yard line.

Delhomme threw a 30 yard completion to a then relatively unknown wide receiver named Steve Smith at our 7 yard line. On that play, you absolutely blasted Steve Smith as he was in the act of catching the ball. Somehow Steve Smith maintained possession, got up and did the "brush my shoulders off" move.

Do you remember that play?

Did you think your only hope of dislodging the ball from Smith was to blast him?

What went through your mind immediately after blasting Steve Smith but realizing he held onto the ball?

Knowing that you were coming off a concussion one week prior to that hit, if you had the chance to go back, would you have just wrapped up Smith and conceded the catch at our 7 yard line or would you do what you did, which was sacrifice your body to a train wreck collision knowing it was the only way to possibily jar the ball loose and negate the completion?

My brother and I are huge skins fans, we had always liked you but on that play you and Steve Smith instantly endeared yourselves to us. We actually work together as attorneys now and he just came into my office, saw I was writing an email to you (but not the subject content), he got a big smile on his face and started talking about the hit you put on Steve Smith. I didn't tell him I was writing to ask you about one of our more memorable redskins hits, I'll wait and hope to get a reply then shove it in his face.

Thank you for taking the time to read this. This is actually the thrid time I have tried to ask you this question over the internet but everytime my question wasnt selected so I figured I try the man himself.

Thank you for your time reading this and your dedication to the skins. I really hope you can replace Chip Hernandez or someone else involved in the DC Metro area sports coverage. Looks like your well on your way.

With Regards,

Craig
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Not so lame now is he?
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So I guess you were saying 'lame' because your question didn't get answered? You could have expressed that disappointment in a better way.

And yes, it will follow you around. Lame indeed.

I thought S10's "lame" in the Rolling Thunder thread was much more offensive.
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I thought S10's "lame" in the Rolling Thunder thread was much more offensive.
He at least clarified. OTM just dropped the lame bomb and didn't explain.
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