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Old 01-03-2013, 10:32 PM   #61
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Not to take the focus away from wild-card weekend, but according to ESPN Jerry Brown's autopsy showed he was sober. I just don't get it. I don't want to criticize a dead man and all, but why would you ride shotgun if you were sober and your friend was drunk? And not just drunk, but it sounds like he was hammered.
Good point. That's really strange.
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Not to take the focus away from wild-card weekend, but according to ESPN Jerry Brown's autopsy showed he was sober. I just don't get it. I don't want to criticize a dead man and all, but why would you ride shotgun if you were sober and your friend was drunk? And not just drunk, but it sounds like he was hammered.
A lot of times drunk people are insistent that they are "fine to drive" and in fact do so. I've had a friend that did exactly that back in the day and wouldn't be surprised if this were the case as well.
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Most are picking Seattle to win this game. I forgot we just beat them last year in Seattle lol. But of course both teams are way different now
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Old 01-04-2013, 12:55 AM   #64
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Most are picking Seattle to win this game. I forgot we just beat them last year in Seattle lol. But of course both teams are way different now
Went to the Seattle game last year. The team fought hard, even though the season was already toast, and I remember wondering if there's still beef over playoff losses 2005/2007. Extra motivation among our guys vs Seattle?
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Went to the Seattle game last year. The team fought hard, even though the season was already toast, and I remember wondering if there's still beef over playoff losses 2005/2007. Extra motivation among our guys vs Seattle?
I don't think so, really other than a few guys this team is completely different then 2007. I just think we r so hungry to win and Griffin is starving to be the best, he still has that chip on his shoulder of not being taken number 1 IMO.
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Not to take the focus away from wild-card weekend, but according to ESPN Jerry Brown's autopsy showed he was sober. I just don't get it. I don't want to criticize a dead man and all, but why would you ride shotgun if you were sober and your friend was drunk? And not just drunk, but it sounds like he was hammered.
I guess this shows you don't have to be drunk to make a bad decision.
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I don't think so, really other than a few guys this team is completely different then 2007. I just think we r so hungry to win and Griffin is starving to be the best, he still has that chip on his shoulder of not being taken number 1 IMO.
2005 and 2007 are too long ago for either team to really care about, but they both apparently haven't forgotten about this

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2005 and 2007 are too long ago for either team to really care about, but they both apparently haven't forgotten about this

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Gotta say, it sounds like hall was kind of a douche (assuming this is true). No reason to start an argument and use harsh language around a little kid. not classy at all.
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2005 and 2007 are too long ago for either team to really care about, but they both apparently haven't forgotten about this

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Shocker it started with DHall running his mouth!
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Gotta say, it sounds like hall was kind of a douche (assuming this is true). No reason to start an argument and use harsh language around a little kid. not classy at all.
To be fair my guess is he didn't much notice that there was a kid standing out there. She was like 10 yards away. It's not like he wasd yelling at her. I do love how Fletcher basically steps in front of him and is ready to lay the wood.
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lol...is the woman Tebowing? lololololol what a fool
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Gotta say, it sounds like hall was kind of a douche (assuming this is true). No reason to start an argument and use harsh language around a little kid. not classy at all.
Since DHall is always diplomatic, restrained, and compassionate in his speech, I blame the little girl for starting the fracas.
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lol...is the woman Tebowing? lololololol what a fool
Yes, and "the woman" looks remarkably similar to his wife. Rex Ryan, head clown of the Jets Clown Car, strikes again.
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