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slew40484
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Member since: September 20, 2005
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"Who dey? Who dey? Who dey think gonna beat dem Bengals?

Apparently it is difficult to make the "th" sound with no front teeth. Texoma-slim, I'm from Kentucky, and believe it or not, I have all of my teeth. My wife is unrelated to me and my children have only five fingers and toes on each appendage. Do not start with the stereotyping bullshit. I'm damn proud of my heritage and the dialect that we speak here. Now, you got a problem wit dat?

posted by slew40484 at 10:06 AM on October 03

Taking one for the team?

Hell, I thought doing grass drills til I puked was bad enough. What ever happened to the good 'ol days when the only real humiliation to be endured was when you missed a tackle on a running back and had the coach and rest of the team up your ass (figuratively speaking, of course)?

posted by slew40484 at 01:36 PM on September 29

What'd Jew say?

Sorry, guys...didn't mean to post twice. My bad.

posted by slew40484 at 08:48 AM on September 22

What'd Jew say?

Protestant, Catholic, Jew, whatever. Each person is going to be judged on his/her beliefs and what is truly within his/her heart. Yes, Jesus was born a Jew. And his Disciple Peter became the first Pontiff of what is now the Roman Catholic Church. To me, (Note this is MY OPINION and not what I think YOU should believe), any RELIGION is fanaticism. Religions all have doctrines and interpretations handed down by a select group of men who tell you what's right and wrong. FAITH, on the other hand, compels one to read the Bible, believe what is says without misconstruing the meaning to suit one's own needs and accepting Christ as the Son of the Living God. I believe one is not always right in faithfully being religious. I feel one should be religiously FAITHFUL. Sometimes, I wonder just exactly what the Bible truly said, before being interpreted (or re-written) By King James for the Church of England. Is Hell really a fiery pit, or was the Church trying to scare the Hell out of people? Does Hell even exist? Is Hell, not a place of constant torment, or is it a total and complete separation from God? Or, is it when someone's spirit simply ceases to exist? My point here is, none of us will really know the truth until we're dead. So, in the meantime, let's all just believe what we feel is right in our own hearts and minds, stop trying to force one's views on their fellow man, and just simply do the right thing.

posted by slew40484 at 08:47 AM on September 22

What'd Jew say?

Protestant, Catholic, Jew, whatever. Each person is going to be judged on his/her beliefs and what is truly within his/her heart. Yes, Jesus was born a Jew. And his Disciple Peter became the first Pontif of what is now the Roman Catholic Church. To me, (Note this is MY OPINION and not what I think YOU should believe), any RELIGION is fanatacism. Religions all have doctrines and interpretations handed down by a select group of men who tell you what's right and wrong. FAITH, on the other hand, compels one to read the Bible, believe what is says without misconstruing the meaning to suit one's own needs and accepting Christ as the Son of the Living God. I believe one is not always right in faithfully being religious. I feel one should be religiously FAITHFUL. Sometimes, I wonder just exactly what the Bible truly said, before being interpreted (or re-written) By King James for the Church of England. Is Hell really a fiery pit, or was the Church trying to scare the Hell out of people? Does Hell even exist? Is Hell, not a place of constant torment, or is it a total and complete separation from God? Or, is it when someone's spirit simply ceases to exist? My point here is, none of us will really know the truth until we're dead. So, in the meantime, let's all just believe what we feel is right in our own hearts and minds, stop trying to force one's views on their fellow man, and just simply do the right thing.

posted by slew40484 at 08:33 AM on September 22

Robby Gordonís Helmet to Assist Hurricane Katrina Victims

Easy, there, Cannuck...that's OUR tradition, eh?

posted by slew40484 at 12:55 PM on September 21

Robby Gordonís Helmet to Assist Hurricane Katrina Victims

Oh, yeah...and being called "Petty" was a good thing!

posted by slew40484 at 11:23 AM on September 21

Robby Gordonís Helmet to Assist Hurricane Katrina Victims

do you think the drivers from past decades never threw helmets or wrecked each other Case in point: 1979 Daytona 500, Cale Yarborough & Bobby Allison duking it out in the infield after wrecking each other on lap 200. Now THAT was the golden age of stock car racing, when the cars actually looked stock, when men were men and sheep were nervous.

posted by slew40484 at 11:21 AM on September 21

Robby Gordonís Helmet to Assist Hurricane Katrina Victims

So he decided to auction off his helmet for a noble cause. That is commendable, but, he's still a little fucking prick who needs to quit his whining and go back to open-wheel. Ain't that right, Michael?

posted by slew40484 at 11:12 AM on September 21

Laveranues Coles Shares a Secret

Are you people saying that "redsoxrgay" is something derogatory? You mean it's not referring to a group of happy, joyous baseball players? Who'da thunk it?

posted by slew40484 at 02:57 PM on September 20