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CosmicPal
09-19-2005, 11:18 AM
I know this sounds ridiculous, but I'm considering a class action suit against ESPN/ABC/Walt Disney and the Hearst Corporation.

I'm sorry, but this isn't so much about the Chiefs, but rather the blatant ignorance and bias displayed by the entire ESPN staff regarding last night's telecast.

I have already contacted ESPN directly, and my next voice of contact will be Rosa M. Gatti, Senior Vice President, and then a letter to the NFL.

I wasn't home all day yesterday, so I didn't set my DVR to record the game, so if anyone recorded the game I'd appreciate it if you PM me. If you're interested in filing a class-action suit, you may PM me as well.

Again, this isn't about the Chiefs- this is about presenting a fair, balanced, and unbiased program for all viewers. Sterling Sharpe must be wearing Randy Moss's briefs or something, 'cause I was, like most people have already indicated, sickened and disgusted by the blatant bias given to Randy Moss and the rest of the Raiders organization. It's a good gawddamn thing we didn't play a "Randy Moss" drinking game, 'cause we'd all have alcohol poisoning before the first quarter ever ended.

This was a football game between two historic franchises. A game matching arguably one of the best rivalries in sports. A game which featured both current and future Hall of Famers on both sides of the ball. This game displayed two teams that personify what football is all about, and what is should be all about. It is what football fans crave. It was a game loaded with stars that received little to absolutely no mention.

I'm sick and tired of watching a football game every now and then only to hear a biased view from an ex-jock who's only interest is to suck the cock of his "special" player. I'm not interested in making any money, I'm only interested in giving the fans a voice to expose their displeasure, so we might be able to enjoy future games without all the biasness.

BTW- Great game for the Chiefs, however the public wouldn't know that. To the average football fan, the Chiefs were lucky and Randy Moss would have won the game had they just thrown the ball to him every phucking play. Phuck you Sterling Sharpe. You'll be hearing from me- the pissed-off football fan.

The Bad Guy
09-19-2005, 11:19 AM
Wow.

Bwana
09-19-2005, 11:20 AM
Ummm.....OK, you may want to consider switching to decaffeinated.

Saulbadguy
09-19-2005, 11:20 AM
I know this sounds ridiculous,
Yes.

jspchief
09-19-2005, 11:22 AM
Could you be any more of a whiny bitch? Suing a company because they don't give your team enough love? Good grief, get over it.

Donger
09-19-2005, 11:22 AM
I wasn't home all day yesterday, so I didn't set my DVR to record the game, so if anyone recorded the game I'd appreciate it if you PM me. If you're interested in filing a class-action suit, you may PM me as well.

So, you didn't watch or hear the game?

MichaelH
09-19-2005, 11:23 AM
Be happy Chris Berman didn't call our team the Chefs.

Amnorix
09-19-2005, 11:24 AM
And your damages are what, exactly? How were you harmed by this horrible coverage?

CosmicPal
09-19-2005, 11:24 AM
So, you didn't watch or hear the game?

No, I watched the entire game at my brother's who was hosting a party....

irishjayhawk
09-19-2005, 11:26 AM
It's one thing to write them letters and express the...well..hatred of the broadcast...but to propose a class action suit is kinda overboard.

Saulbadguy
09-19-2005, 11:27 AM
Did Sterling Sharpes voice give you seizures?

CosmicPal
09-19-2005, 11:27 AM
Could you be any more of a whiny bitch? Suing a company because they don't give your team enough love? Good grief, get over it.

Read the post- it isn't about giving any particular team "love" that is precisely what the drama is all about- the fact we couldn't listen to the game for five seconds without hearing Randy Moss or seeing Randy Moss. I could care less if they had favored the Raiders, but the fact that we had to listen to this Randy Moss fest was unbelieveable.

I'm suprised the phucking producer didn't tell Sterling to shut the phuck up, and if they can't do it, well then it's up to the fans to tell him to shut up....

Saulbadguy
09-19-2005, 11:28 AM
FWIW, I would not be opposed to sending a letter to ESPN for the ridiculous coverage. I'm just lazy, so I don't have the initiative to do such a thing.

However, the notion of a lawsuit is just plain retarded.

Bootlegged
09-19-2005, 11:29 AM
I hope this is teh satire or teh drunk

Cochise
09-19-2005, 11:29 AM
WTF? I dont even know where to begin tearing this apart. First of all, ESPN is under no obligation to provide you with dick. If they wanted to cancel the game telecast and show figure skating or the lumberjack competition they can. They can put anyone on TV they want to.

Second, for you to sue you have to show injury. What has Sterling Sharpe cost you? How have you been injured? Because you endured commentary you didn't necessarily agree with? What kind of dollar amount are you planning on putting on having to listen to someone say something you don't agree with?

Just what we need... the government wasting its time regulating the balance of power between TV football commentators.

This is the worst idea in the history of everything. In fact, this is the sort of frivolous thing that it hacks me off people would crowd the legal system with. There is real, actual work that courts need to do that is important to people's welfare instead of wasting time on this crap

CosmicPal
09-19-2005, 11:30 AM
It's one thing to write them letters and express the...well..hatred of the broadcast...but to propose a class action suit is kinda overboard.

I agree- I've already written to ESPN about it. I have no idea what kind of suit, if any, could ever come of this. I just feel like I've been raped by Randy Moss last night...geez- maybe that's a suit right there. :shake:

trndobrd
09-19-2005, 11:30 AM
It sounds like an interesting case. Just so you know, your attorney is probably going to want some cash up front rather than a contingency fee.

Bootlegged
09-19-2005, 11:31 AM
How about a "no class suit"?

beavis
09-19-2005, 11:32 AM
I'm going to sue the NFL if the Chiefs don't win the Superbowl this year. We are owed this much and I demand satisfaction!

Cochise
09-19-2005, 11:34 AM
It sounds like an interesting case. Just so you know, your attorney is probably going to want some cash up front rather than a contingency fee.

ROFL no kidding

He'd have a better chance helping a prison inmate sue to for having to use a spork.

Bwana
09-19-2005, 11:58 AM
On second thought, if you are going to file a suit against ESPN make it about the fact that they showed Al Davis on national TV! Good God, the guy looked like a corpse. I'm sure several childern experienced nightmares after that 5 second shot of the "dead guy in a chair."

StcChief
09-19-2005, 12:04 PM
Again, this isn't about the Chiefs- this is about presenting a fair, balanced, and unbiased program for all viewers. Sterling Sharpe must be wearing Randy Moss's briefs or something, 'cause I was, like most people have already indicated, sickened and disgusted by the blatant bias given to Randy Moss and the rest of the Raiders organization. It's a good gawddamn thing we didn't play a "Randy Moss" drinking game, 'cause we'd all have alcohol poisoning before the first quarter ever ended.

These can't be used in the same sentence by ABC/ESPN etc. Rating are all that matters, they think
everyone viewing based on population location wants Raiders/NY/NE teams to win.

No respect until we are cruisin along. Remember our 9-0 start?

Piss on national media.

gblowfish
09-19-2005, 12:06 PM
Read the post- it isn't about giving any particular team "love" that is precisely what the drama is all about- the fact we couldn't listen to the game for five seconds without hearing Randy Moss or seeing Randy Moss. I could care less if they had favored the Raiders, but the fact that we had to listen to this Randy Moss fest was unbelieveable.

I'm suprised the phucking producer didn't tell Sterling to shut the phuck up, and if they can't do it, well then it's up to the fans to tell him to shut up....Sterling's Got a Man Crush!!!!

Nelson Muntz
09-19-2005, 12:06 PM
WTF? I dont even know where to begin tearing this apart. First of all, ESPN is under no obligation to provide you with dick. If they wanted to cancel the game telecast and show figure skating or the lumberjack competition they can. They can put anyone on TV they want to.



Actually they are under an obligation to show it. Its called a contract with the NFL. I believe if they cancelled their telecast of Sunday Night Football for figure skating, the NFL would have a little problem with that.

htismaqe
09-19-2005, 12:07 PM
I think we should file a class action suit against Carl Peterson.

After all, he seriously considered not drafting Derrick Johnson.

Calcountry
09-19-2005, 12:37 PM
WTF? I dont even know where to begin tearing this apart. First of all, ESPN is under no obligation to provide you with dick. If they wanted to cancel the game telecast and show figure skating or the lumberjack competition they can. They can put anyone on TV they want to.

Second, for you to sue you have to show injury. What has Sterling Sharpe cost you? How have you been injured? Because you endured commentary you didn't necessarily agree with? What kind of dollar amount are you planning on putting on having to listen to someone say something you don't agree with?

Just what we need... the government wasting its time regulating the balance of power between TV football commentators.

This is the worst idea in the history of everything. In fact, this is the sort of frivolous thing that it hacks me off people would crowd the legal system with. There is real, actual work that courts need to do that is important to people's welfare instead of wasting time on this crapNo one forced you to listen to his crap. You could have muted the TV like I did. :rolleyes:

Calcountry
09-19-2005, 12:40 PM
These can't be used in the same sentence by ABC/ESPN etc. Rating are all that matters, they think
everyone viewing based on population location wants Raiders/NY/NE teams to win.

No respect until we are cruisin along. Remember our 9-0 start?

Piss on national media.The rest of the leagues teams are fodder, AI teams if you will, for the east coast teams consumption. OMG, there are actually people that like those teams. Woww. sarcasm off/

Simplex3
09-19-2005, 12:43 PM
Did Sterling Sharpes voice give you seizures?
No, but Michael Irvin's does.

HemiEd
09-19-2005, 12:45 PM
Actually they are under an obligation to show it. Its called a contract with the NFL. I believe if they cancelled their telecast of Sunday Night Football for figure skating, the NFL would have a little problem with that.

Beat me to it, some major dollars are involved. ESPN should be called on the carpet for the coverage of this game in some manner. Contacting the NFL might be an appropriate course of action.

Simplex3
09-19-2005, 12:47 PM
On second thought, if you are going to file a suit against ESPN make it about the fact that they showed Al Davis on national TV! Good God, the guy looked like a corpse. I'm sure several childern experienced nightmares after that 5 second shot of the "dead guy in a chair."
Better yet, that dead-faced stare was after the Un-named Receiver's long TD catch. I'm guessing that dude has either completely checked out or he was crapping his pants right then. Could go either way.

KCTitus
09-19-2005, 12:51 PM
Screw the lawsuit nonsense...some lawyer gets eleventy billion and I get a check for 12 cents or some crap.*

I do, however, want to draft a letter/email to voice my displeasure at their choice of announcers.

If anyone has any contact information, I would appreciate it if you could share.








*-Disclaimer: I have to identify myself as having an anti lawyer bias, otherwise, Amnorix would scurry into this thread to talk some bs about how I dont know anything about lawyers and class action lawsuits even though I received a check for 40 cents as a result of a class action lawsuit I had no idea I was a part of.

HemiEd
09-19-2005, 01:08 PM
Screw the lawsuit nonsense...some lawyer gets eleventy billion and I get a check for 12 cents or some crap.*

I do, however, want to draft a letter/email to voice my displeasure at their choice of announcers.

If anyone has any contact information, I would appreciate it if you could share.


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*-Disclaimer: I have to identify myself as having an anti lawyer bias, otherwise, Amnorix would scurry into this thread to talk some bs about how I dont know anything about lawyers and class action lawsuits even though I received a check for 40 cents as a result of a class action lawsuit I had no idea I was a part of.


I just went to ESPNs site and sent an email through the "contact us" area than concerns TV. http://sports.espn.go.com/sitetools/s/contact/espntv.html

Amnorix
09-19-2005, 01:08 PM
Actually they are under an obligation to show it. Its called a contract with the NFL. I believe if they cancelled their telecast of Sunday Night Football for figure skating, the NFL would have a little problem with that.

Right, the NFL could sue. You could, well, watch figure skating. I guess you might have some kind of claim as a third party beneficiary of the contract, but that would be a relatively weak case.

Amnorix
09-19-2005, 01:10 PM
*-Disclaimer: I have to identify myself as having an anti lawyer bias, otherwise, Amnorix would scurry into this thread to talk some bs about how I dont know anything about lawyers and class action lawsuits even though I received a check for 40 cents as a result of a class action lawsuit I had no idea I was a part of.



ROFL ROFL ROFL ROFL

Cochise
09-19-2005, 01:12 PM
Right, the NFL could sue. You could, well, watch figure skating. I guess you might have some kind of claim as a third party beneficiary of the contract, but that would be a relatively weak case.

Alright, everyone knows what I mean. ESPN does not owe you as a viewer anything. They could have martha stewart and joan rivers do the announcing or something if they wanted to. Hell they already had Dennis Miller do it.

Dr. Facebook Fever
09-19-2005, 01:14 PM
This is the worst idea in the history of everything.
I'm adding you to my sig with that one...

Phobia
09-19-2005, 01:43 PM
Some peon at ESPN is reading your emails right now laughing his ass off. You've just made his entire year. He'll likely print off the email and frame it next to a picture of a mullet driving a 4x4 Camaro.

Buster's Dad
09-19-2005, 01:45 PM
Hell, ESPN is still tooting Randy moss's horn today, what highlights I have seen the are all saying, mike ditka included, that the refs robbed moss and the raiders. but nobody is saying anything about Dante's runback called back, and the two holding calls on Black on 1st and goal, that very easly could of been a touchdown, 2 for them and 2 for us forget it and just go ahead and play the game. that something the raiders can't seem to do :hmmm: :hmmm:

Calcountry
09-19-2005, 01:48 PM
Those 2 guys doing the game, was ESPN's contribution to the Hurricane game. They moved their A team to cover that.

We did our part to help out by having to listen to that crap.

philfree
09-19-2005, 01:50 PM
Who was Sharpe talking to anyways? Wasn't the game blacked out in Oakland?

PhilFree:arrow:

HemiEd
09-19-2005, 01:51 PM
Some peon at ESPN is reading your emails right now laughing his ass off. You've just made his entire year. He'll likely print off the email and frame it next to a picture of a mullet driving a 4x4 Camaro.


Ya think? :hmmm: 4X4 Camaro? ROFL

Actually I have already received a response, automated. I feel better now.

HemiEd
09-19-2005, 01:54 PM
Who was Sharpe talking to anyways? Wasn't the game blacked out in Oakland?

PhilFree:arrow:


No, those empty seats were sold to Chicago voters.

Calcountry
09-19-2005, 01:55 PM
No it wasn't.

Lbedrock1
09-19-2005, 02:57 PM
WTF? I dont even know where to begin tearing this apart. First of all, ESPN is under no obligation to provide you with dick. If they wanted to cancel the game telecast and show figure skating or the lumberjack competition they can. They can put anyone on TV they want to.

Second, for you to sue you have to show injury. What has Sterling Sharpe cost you? How have you been injured? Because you endured commentary you didn't necessarily agree with? What kind of dollar amount are you planning on putting on having to listen to someone say something you don't agree with?

Just what we need... the government wasting its time regulating the balance of power between TV football commentators.

This is the worst idea in the history of everything. In fact, this is the sort of frivolous thing that it hacks me off people would crowd the legal system with. There is real, actual work that courts need to do that is important to people's welfare instead of wasting time on this crap
Settle yourself, this is not going anywhere and no one will get sued. There is one thing you are wrong about they can not cancel the game and show figure skating because they signed a contract with the nfl to show the game so they are under obligation to those that pay for cable and satellite and nfl sunday ticket payers to show the game. If they did not show the game and showed figure skating and it is not a blackout they could get sue by the nfl which could get sued by the DTV which could be sued by the nfl sunday ticket holders. Eveyone would be sued all over the U.S. becuase they couldn't see the beloved chiefs.

Fishpicker
09-19-2005, 03:05 PM
meh... that was the best game commentary Ive seen on ESPN regardless of the bias. ya its sad that SS cant remove his pucker from Randy's but seriously it doesnt matter one bit. Everybody who heard that commentary is bound to realize that SS is reliving his career vicariously through his blatant raider touting.

Saggysack
09-19-2005, 03:32 PM
This reminds me of a ghetto momma that wants to sue the City of Wichita and Wichita media outlets for 50,000 because the BTK sntencing coverage made her miss her talk shows.

Nelson Muntz
09-19-2005, 03:46 PM
Right, the NFL could sue. You could, well, watch figure skating. I guess you might have some kind of claim as a third party beneficiary of the contract, but that would be a relatively weak case.

Let me clarify, I don't agree with the lawsuit at all. I think its ridiculous along with millions of other lawsuits filed recently. I was just responding to the numbnutt that thought ESPN could just show something else without repercussions.

Skip Towne
09-19-2005, 04:06 PM
So are you going to use Amorix or BabyLee? I'd think Amnorix would be in a bad mood since his POS team just got it's head handed to it. (Hey, I had to work hard to work that in there).

Boozer
09-19-2005, 04:18 PM
Some peon at ESPN is reading your emails right now laughing his ass off. You've just made his entire year. He'll likely print off the email and frame it next to a picture of a mullet driving a 4x4 Camaro.

http://nw-amcar.com/upload/4x4%20camaro%20red%20neck%20mullet%20car%20(1).JPG
...and all others similarly situated.

Cochise
09-19-2005, 04:23 PM
Let me clarify, I don't agree with the lawsuit at all. I think its ridiculous along with millions of other lawsuits filed recently. I was just responding to the numbnutt that thought ESPN could just show something else without repercussions.

I was speaking figuratively there, genious. :rolleyes:

Skip Towne
09-19-2005, 04:24 PM
http://nw-amcar.com/upload/4x4%20camaro%20red%20neck%20mullet%20car%20(1).JPG
...and all others similarly situated.
I'll bet that's what Phobia looked like a few years ago.

Bearcat
09-19-2005, 04:27 PM
ROFL

ct
09-19-2005, 04:37 PM
I agree- I've already written to ESPN about it. I have no idea what kind of suit, if any, could ever come of this. I just feel like I've been raped by Randy Moss last night...geez- maybe that's a suit right there. :shake:

Ok, I've read all of 16 posts in this thread, and already I've determined you need to STFD & STFU !!

So the ESPN talking heads aren't giving you the love you need, so they get wind of this stupid tirade, and guess what? The only mention they'll have of the KC Chiefs is your silly ass goin Johnny Cochran!! F-Off you whiny biatch!

|Zach|
09-19-2005, 04:56 PM
I don't think the telecast tries to pretend that what they are doin is "unbiased"

Tinlar
09-19-2005, 05:06 PM
Hell, ESPN is still tooting Randy moss's horn today, what highlights I have seen the are all saying, mike ditka included, that the refs robbed moss and the raiders. but nobody is saying anything about Dante's runback called back, and the two holding calls on Black on 1st and goal, that very easly could of been a touchdown, 2 for them and 2 for us forget it and just go ahead and play the game. that something the raiders can't seem to do :hmmm: :hmmm:

The reason they are saying Moss got robbed was because he did. His TD catch was clean and that made them settle for 3 instead of 7. We won by more than 4 points so it hardly matters.

Rain Man
09-19-2005, 05:16 PM
While I would like to see better coverage of Kansas City, there are some other potential lawsuits that would increase my enjoyment of professional football even more, and I'd rather sue for those first. These would include:

1. Stop allowing QBs to intentionally ground the ball outside the tackles. I'm paying to see violence.

2. No more of those weenie fair catches on punts. The returner is open game at all times.

3. Cheerleaders wear entirely too much clothing.

4. If there's a fight on the field, show it on camera. No more cutting away while the refs break it up.

5. Wide receiver contact rules. See Point #1.

Zebedee DuBois
09-19-2005, 05:22 PM
While I would like to see better coverage of Kansas City, there are some other potential lawsuits that would increase my enjoyment of professional football even more, and I'd rather sue for those first. These would include:

1. Stop allowing QBs to intentionally ground the ball outside the tackles. I'm paying to see violence.

2. No more of those weenie fair catches on punts. The returner is open game at all times.

3. Cheerleaders wear entirely too much clothing.

4. If there's a fight on the field, show it on camera. No more cutting away while the refs break it up.

5. Wide receiver contact rules. See Point #1.

I think the cheerleaders should be required to retrieve the kicking tees, and bring out the new footballs between plays....and the cameras should be required to show them running out and back.

Rain Man
09-19-2005, 05:26 PM
I think the cheerleaders should be required to retrieve the kicking tees, and bring out the new footballs between plays....and the cameras should be required to show them running out and back.


This is precisely why I consider you one of the greatest minds of our generation.

CosmicPal
09-19-2005, 05:39 PM
First of all- it was a patently stupid idea to begin with- and I’m rather embarrassed and humbled I even posted this to begin with. I don't know what in gawd's name I was thinking this morning when I wrote this, but the idea of the suit was beget by the fact so many peeps evidently felt the same way I did, and that is we were robbed of quality programming. Instead, it was nothing more than a bloody Moss orgy and I simply couldn’t take it anymore.

First of all, I had no intention of filing a suit for monetary gains, and I would never take it upon myself to solicit an attorney about something as ridiculous as a class action suit nor would I ever want that kind of media attention. It was nothing more than a feeble attempt at generating interest in people contacting ESPN to complain about the quality of last night’s programming. I should have just entitled the thread, “Write to ESPN and tell them to STFU”

I did it myself- composed an email to ESPN stating my disgust with the choice of announcers and their bias behavior on national TV. I should have left it at that. But, I couldn’t…Here’s a copy of what I sent ESPN:

You guys are a bunch of phucktards.

Sincerely,

A disgruntled football fan who’s out of beer.

Take it for what it’s worth.

No, seriously- I feel pretty dumb now that I started such a thread. This is your opportunity to sue me for posting such idiocy on the web and taking up valuable ChiefsPlanet space.

I will now retire to the corner of the room and avoid the Planet for a very long time as I’m rather embarrassed about all of this. So, sue me.

Zebedee DuBois
09-19-2005, 05:45 PM
This is precisely why I consider you one of the greatest minds of our generation.

I am so putting that in my resume.

Cochise
09-19-2005, 05:45 PM
I will now retire to the corner of the room and avoid the Planet for a very long time as I’m rather embarrassed about all of this. So, sue me.

ROFL If everyone did that, there would be no one posting :p

Didn't mean to come off so harsh. It would be nice if we could do something to them for that horrid announcing crew. :cuss:

Calcountry
09-19-2005, 05:50 PM
First of all- it was a patently stupid idea to begin with- and I’m rather embarrassed and humbled I even posted this to begin with. I don't know what in gawd's name I was thinking this morning when I wrote this, but the idea of the suit was beget by the fact so many peeps evidently felt the same way I did, and that is we were robbed of quality programming. Instead, it was nothing more than a bloody Moss orgy and I simply couldn’t take it anymore.

First of all, I had no intention of filing a suit for monetary gains, and I would never take it upon myself to solicit an attorney about something as ridiculous as a class action suit nor would I ever want that kind of media attention. It was nothing more than a feeble attempt at generating interest in people contacting ESPN to complain about the quality of last night’s programming. I should have just entitled the thread, “Write to ESPN and tell them to STFU”

I did it myself- composed an email to ESPN stating my disgust with the choice of announcers and their bias behavior on national TV. I should have left it at that. But, I couldn’t…Here’s a copy of what I sent ESPN:

You guys are a bunch of phucktards.

Sincerely,

A disgruntled football fan who’s out of beer.

Take it for what it’s worth.

No, seriously- I feel pretty dumb now that I started such a thread. This is your opportunity to sue me for posting such idiocy on the web and taking up valuable ChiefsPlanet space.

I will now retire to the corner of the room and avoid the Planet for a very long time as I’m rather embarrassed about all of this. So, sue me.Your thread sure entertained me today. Please continue with your creativity. :thumb:

CosmicPal
09-19-2005, 05:53 PM
Your thread sure entertained me today. Please continue with your creativity. :thumb:

I figured somebody besides gochiefs ought to do some entertaining around here.

chiefs4me
09-19-2005, 06:14 PM
hmmmm, to me, Randy's catch was good, I don't hate the man like some of you do. And I..yes I, think we did get lucky...if SS bothered you so much ....you should of muted the tv and turn on the radio coverage...:)



And please don't leave over this...everybody has a dumb moment now and then.....:p

OldTownChief
09-19-2005, 06:21 PM
The reason they are saying Moss got robbed was because he did. His TD catch was clean and that made them settle for 3 instead of 7. We won by more than 4 points so it hardly matters.

It would have mattered. The Raiders would have kicked a winning FG on 4th down at the end to put us in a deep hole.

Rain Man
09-19-2005, 06:54 PM
It would have mattered. The Raiders would have kicked a winning FG on 4th down at the end to put us in a deep hole.

Well, maybe, but then Dante would have run back the ensuing kickoff for a touchdown.

OldTownChief
09-19-2005, 07:05 PM
Well, maybe, but then Dante would have run back the ensuing kickoff for a touchdown.


:thumb:

Skip Towne
09-19-2005, 07:08 PM
And please don't leave over this...everybody has a dumb moment now and then.....:p
I'm gonna trust you on that one......you should know.

chiefs4me
09-19-2005, 07:16 PM
I'm gonna trust you on that one......you should know.




:shrug:

Valiant
09-19-2005, 07:27 PM
great thing is you can prolly win some money...

ENDelt260
09-19-2005, 07:50 PM
I got a check for $651 from a class action suit in the mail today.

Woot.

Um, carry on.

Phobia
09-19-2005, 08:07 PM
Dude, we already knew you were a dumbass. It's not like this thread outed you or anything. Kotter told us about it a long time ago. He has some special spider sense or something.

CosmicPal
09-19-2005, 08:10 PM
Dude, we already knew you were a dumbass. It's not like this thread outed you or anything. Kotter told us about it a long time ago. He has some special spider sense or something.

I have a phobia regarding stupidity

Rain Man
09-19-2005, 08:14 PM
I got a check for $651 from a class action suit in the mail today.

Woot.

Um, carry on.


Defective deck?

Ugly Duck
09-19-2005, 09:10 PM
OK... some of the stuff on this thread I can understand, like the thing about making the cheerleaders wear teenier uni's. But the "refs favor Oakland" thing is totally through the looking glass. And Moss gets all the spotlight wherever he goes. It was just the same when he wore Purple. The dude is on pace to break the Rice Records - he'll get all the glitter and glamour until he falls off of that pace. Difference is, now its the AFCW that has to put up with it.

Great pub for the Raiderz, and fills the stands as well. Jes plug your ears whenever you see the pundits begin to genuflect towards Moss. I hit the mute whenever that horrible woman on the sidelines does her Oprah thing about the players family lives and their inner feelings. Just mute out the Mossly adulation.

(Why do they let that woman blabber about stuff when the game is on? Sometimes she's still yacking about someone's brother as the ball is hiked. I just don't get it. She's absolutely horrible.)

chiefs4me
09-19-2005, 09:24 PM
OK... some of the stuff on this thread I can understand, like the thing about making the cheerleaders wear teenier uni's. But the "refs favor Oakland" thing is totally through the looking glass. And Moss gets all the spotlight wherever he goes. It was just the same when he wore Purple. The dude is on pace to break the Rice Records - he'll get all the glitter and glamour until he falls off of that pace. Difference is, now its the AFCW that has to put up with it.

Great pub for the Raiderz, and fills the stands as well. Jes plug your ears whenever you see the pundits begin to genuflect towards Moss. I hit the mute whenever that horrible woman on the sidelines does her Oprah thing about the players family lives and their inner feelings. Just mute out the Mossly adulation.

(Why do they let that woman blabber about stuff when the game is on? Sometimes she's still yacking about someone's brother as the ball is hiked. I just don't get it. She's absolutely horrible.)



They should give her job to me...I could do it much better....:D

Skip Towne
09-19-2005, 09:27 PM
They should give her job to me...I could do it much better....:D
I agree. You blabber pretty good.

Boise_Chief
09-19-2005, 09:42 PM
Great pub for the Raiderz, and fills the stands as well.

heh not likely. Does anyone know how to search and find out when the last time the raiders sold out anything.

chiefs4me
09-19-2005, 09:56 PM
I agree. You blabber pretty good.





:D.......bite me ole man

















;)

dacoolman88
02-04-2006, 02:30 PM
they won't cae dude

dacoolman88
02-04-2006, 02:30 PM
care*