It looks like T.O. isn't the only one who is angry about how much he gets the ball...
posted by kingosiris at 01:09 PM on October 27
Yea but it's too bad they had to get rid of a top prospect in Either (who isn't even 20 yet) in the process for a 26 year old who has never played a full season.
posted by kingosiris at 02:15 AM on July 30
Of course, he took a team that didn't have any great players and took them to the playoffs unlike LeBron James and Kobe Bryant with all the superstars that surround them. So you are telling me that Amare Stoudemire and Shawn Marion aren't great players? What superstars play for the Lakers and Cavs? Because Lamar Odom is no superstar, and neither is Alan Hughes. If Nash did get the MVP, then Kobe got screwed. I didn't see Nash get 81 points in a game, or get 50+ points in 5 games.
posted by kingosiris at 03:40 AM on April 27
This year, it's a toss up. Anyone has a chance to win it (with the exception of the Habs). I'll pick one, cross my fingers and pray.
posted by kingosiris at 12:19 PM on April 19
I say Breese to New Orleans. New Orleans drafts Mario Williams (or a new FIMA director) and Lion Heart to Tennessee to reunite with Norm Chow.
posted by kingosiris at 12:45 PM on March 14
Well it's about time someone did something about those surfers. All they want to do is destroy the environment with all of that foam inside their boards! I think it's kind of ironic that surfers, who are some of the most environmentally conscious people in the world, are getting shafted by the same local activists that are being sued for contaminating the water supply of over 10 orange county cities.
posted by kingosiris at 12:51 PM on December 09
Good move by the Eagles sitting him for 4 games without pay. Probably mark him as inactive after that...so I would drop him from my fantasy team.
posted by kingosiris at 05:02 PM on November 07
That is just horrid!
posted by kingosiris at 01:18 PM on October 31
Keep that poor excuse for a football team out of here! No one supported the Rams or the Raiders because neither one of the owners were interested in putting a good football team toghether. They didn't care who was on the field, as long as people came to see them. When people wised up and stoped going to the games, they went somewhere else to start over again. If they bring the Saints to LA, then everyone here will be forced to watch their games on TV every week, instead of being able to watch interesting games.
posted by kingosiris at 05:17 PM on October 27
Pierce is a stud now, and was a stud in Washington. You trust a guy enough to start him at an important position every game, he gets over 100 tackles (individual and assisted) a couple of pics, a fumble and TD. For Christ sake, give him the money because he earns it! In Arrington's best season, he had less tackles that Pierce did, granted he had more forced fumbles, but 2 knee opperations, and 1 inflated ego later, he is the most expensive (un-injured) bench warmer ever! As long as Snyder is owner of the Skins, they have NO shot at the Super Bowl.
posted by kingosiris at 04:28 PM on October 17
There is no way to trade him by tuesday with a salary cap that is up to their eyes. I don't see Arrington giving any of his signing bonus back to free up some cap room just to be traded. They're going to have to wait untill the offseason to trade him, and will probably get low-balled. I bet the Skins are kicking themselves in the ass for not giving Antonio Pierce the money that he deserves.
posted by kingosiris at 02:41 PM on October 17
Someone's a Cowboy fan. I do agree though. I was expecting to see something interesting, and instead I get a recap of what I just watched on TV.
posted by kingosiris at 03:14 AM on September 20
So that was the reason he didn't like Dan Snyder.
posted by kingosiris at 01:31 PM on September 19
Damn it!!! I had him on my fantacy team!
posted by kingosiris at 03:46 PM on September 13
How is one of the bes moments of the year when an angry old man almost hits a homerun? Maby if he had some juice, he would have actually gotten the ball out.
posted by kingosiris at 12:08 PM on September 13
How is this crap news?
posted by kingosiris at 10:46 AM on September 13
The atmosphere's become rubbish too.These days at home matches, what usually happens? You get to the ground at 2.50pm, just in time to hear a local radio DJ induce a faux-atmosphere by shouting: "Are you ready? I said: Are you ready? Let's make some noise!" Like sheep, the crowd responds, sings one song, and then settles back into silence. If football fans are idiots, then, according to this guy, you football fans must be on the same boat. This article goes in circles. First he talks about how much rubbish american football is, then he turns around and says the same thing about the sport that he is exalting! WTF is going on in merry 'ol England? Also... if a ref makes a bad call in a american football game, he gets booed, and chastised. If a ref makes a bad call in a football match, he gets pelted with whatever is in close proximity... including road flares! Haven't seen that in any civilized sport. In my opinion if you do that sober, since they don't sell alcohol, then footie-ball fans are the idiots here.
posted by kingosiris at 05:47 PM on August 18
I feel the same way about inclusion of mentally challenged kids in regular classrooms. It's okay for that kid, but it ends up retarding the growth of the rest of the class. If you don't believe me, ask a teacher placed in that situation. I am a teacher who has been placed in that same situation. It absolutely does NOT "retard" the growth of the rest of the class. If anything it helps the children. The term "inclusion" doesn't just pertain to the handicapped kids. The kids in school today are going to have to grow up with handicapped kids, if they don't learn how to handle some of these situations properly at a young age, they will grow up like a lot of the people on this thread. The rest of the kids that aren't developmentally delayed, learn that those kids arenít monsters, and arenít all that much different. They don't sit in their desk and drool. They participate along with the rest of the kids, sure they might not understand things as fast as the other kids, but they see the other kids doing it, and it helps them learn. It's easier for them to figure things out when they see other kids doing it, rather then an adult showing them. The reason some teachers complain about it is because it take more patience. Usually the teachers that complain, are the teachers that decided to become a teacher for the summers off, and great hours. I bet if YOU were at the game, you wouldn't even be able to tell which kid was handicapped. They were probably all picking grass, or playing around with their glove.
posted by kingosiris at 02:35 PM on July 29
"Manny said there was a misunderstanding and that Coach Saban went in after practice and said he was sorry he yelled," Schaffer said. Manny said he was sorry, too" Yea right, then Coach Saban took him out for pancakes! I can just imagine Nick Saban apologizing for yelling at any player...especialy a rookie!
posted by kingosiris at 06:08 PM on July 27
Hey while they're at it they can change the cleavlend browns to the cleavland hispanics.
posted by kingosiris at 12:52 PM on July 17
Cumulitive batting average of .289 On base % of .372 Slugging % of .517 3 time Gold Glove winner Throughout 19 seasson...what does a guy have to do? Hell they let Tony "Doggie" Perez in!
posted by kingosiris at 01:14 PM on July 15
Anaheim is about 50 miles away from Los Angeles. The Angels still play in Anaheim, not L.A.
posted by kingosiris at 01:31 PM on June 23
Crap lad, that was a great game!
posted by kingosiris at 04:36 PM on May 25
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