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smokeyone

smokeyone

Member Since 11 Jul 2010
Offline Last Active Today, 07:08 AM

In Topic: like desperadoes waiting for a train, and its still April.

Today, 07:00 AM

View PostDJSdawg, on 23 April 2014 - 12:57 AM, said:

1. Only the biggest homer of all would truly think stupid SEC coaches magically figured it all out in 2013, but if you look closely, there really was no difference in how UGA played him from 2012 to 2013.
2. Peppers did not have a dropoff like Clowney did, and you are gonna have to prove that John Abe did before your point is factual.

1. Year to year improvements in Olines, changes in coaching staffs, accumulated film, change in O scheme, changes in Clowneys support on D, off the field issues to deal with, Clowneys change in goals, nagging unreported injuries, changes in off the season conditioning, more maturity from Clowneys, different treatment from the refs, the list of variables you can't see in a box score is pretty endless.

Comparing one year to the next and using a boxscore and not atleast game film is not a good way to draw absolutes.

In Topic: Cuonzo Martin to Cal

Yesterday, 09:15 PM

View PostGatorUnvrsty, on 22 April 2014 - 08:53 PM, said:

So you were posting close-up pics of somebody else's needle dick? Dude, just stop, you're making folks force their puke back down.

And I see you as what you are... obviously ignorant as hell, lacking in basic job skills, and kept by his ol' lady.

To your credit, you also seem like a drunk and can be an asshole at will; so I guess you've got that going for you.

I copied and posted a story off reddit and didn't look for links on it. I apolozed at the time and do so again. It was a funny story that had no photos in my copy and paste.

The job skills thing is funny. I was a district manager before I was 30 and have a very solid reputation in the industry as one that was able to turn around a couple of small companies and make them very profitable. Don't confuse the fact that at 38 I am able to work on my terms at jobs I enjoy with lacking job skills. I can walk away from working tomorrow and have my wife do the same and live comfortably off savings and non W2 income without missing a beat. We made choices in lifestyle 20 years ago to ensure that would be an option at 40.

You would be surprised how little I actually dink. I am not nor have I ever been a drunk. You did get one right, I can actively choose to be an asshole. Especially when I can give a Posted Image less about the opinion of the person I am talking to.

In Topic: like desperadoes waiting for a train, and its still April.

Yesterday, 08:59 PM

View PostGatorHater24, on 22 April 2014 - 08:37 PM, said:

So Gurley > Davis?

A healthy, motivated, happy Gurley is one of the best RBs if not the best on a college roster in a long time. Is issues are: 1)is he and can he stay healthy. He will be forced to carry the load behind a less than great line with little support from a new QB. That means a ton of carries with teams loading up to shut him down. 2) he is done after this year and its a throw away year, how much is he going to leave on the field game in and game out? 3) How happy and dedicated is he going to be this year. Is he going to show up every play in every game or is he going to mail it in? The draft is a strong consideration and he just watch Murray get carted of the field at the end of his SR season. RBs have a very narrow window to make NFL money, how much is he willing to risk in his last year?

In Topic: like desperadoes waiting for a train, and its still April.

Yesterday, 08:48 PM

View PostDJSdawg, on 22 April 2014 - 08:46 PM, said:

Variables have always and are always up for discussion. Problem with that is that you wouldnt know that due to your inability to participate in a detailed football discussion. Silly unfounded trash talk is all you bring to the table, and all we have to do is trace the trash you have posted over the past month or so for proof.

Get back to me when you start watching football, not just reading box scores and other peoples opinions.

In Topic: Cuonzo Martin to Cal

Yesterday, 08:43 PM

View PostGatorUnvrsty, on 22 April 2014 - 08:37 PM, said:

Yeah, that's rich coming from a guy who posts pictures of his needle dick on a site with a 99.9% male membership... what's that say about your posting "style"?

Between that and your posts about your dumps your family must be very proud.

In fact, that you have a family at all is a testament to the enduring and unparalleled generosity of women.

I'm a risk-taker by nature; so despite the potential for massive, widespread brain cell loss, I read some of your posts.

Honestly, I'd probably exercise the ignore feature and avoid the mind-boggling amount of ignorance you choose to share with us all; but moderators have to be able to read all posts, enlightened and obtuse, so I just consider it an occupational hazard.

The penis pics were not mine.

Dudes generally don't comment that much on family being proud and the generosity of women. I swear " dude" the more you post the more I see you as hairy armpitted chick with under developed breast. Dark unkempt hair, you know the type.