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Rausch
12-28-2005, 10:30 PM
It appears he likes Newfrogland.

Not sure why he's holding a puppy...

http://www.monsterhunter.us/beastof7chutes/

Frazod
12-28-2005, 10:39 PM
I think it's just some Frog-Canadian whose pits got out of control.

The dog looks like a poodle.

Only in Quebec would a Big Foot have a poodle as a pet. Was probably banished from the Pacific Northwest by the other Big Foots. (or is that "Big Feet"?)

Hmm.... :hmmm:

SLAG
12-28-2005, 10:46 PM
http://www.oftm.com/chupa.html

I thought he was in mexico

jspchief
12-29-2005, 08:28 AM
I'd like to take this opportunity to remind everyone that we could have used that draft pick to get...


WR Keary Colbert, Starter
DT Darnell Dockett, Starter
C Nick Hardwick, Starter
S Stuart Schweigert, Starter
DT Randy Starks, Starter
CB Derrick Strait, Starter
DT Tim Anderson, Starter
WR Bernard Berrian, Starter
QB Matt Schaub, #2
TE Chris Cooley, Starter (more TDs than Gonzo)
DE Anthony Hargrove, Starter


In a draft where we were weak on defense and aging at many offensive positions, we chose a worthless toy for Al Saunders instead any number of players that could have provided true depth and possible upgrades at starting positions. At least the bum is wasting a roster spot for his 10 snaps this year.

Mecca
12-29-2005, 08:31 AM
I'd like to take this opportunity to remind everyone that we could have used that draft pick to get...


WR Keary Colbert, Starter
DT Darnell Dockett, Starter
C Nick Hardwick, Starter
S Stuart Schweigert, Starter
DT Randy Starks, Starter
CB Derrick Strait, Starter
DT Tim Anderson, Starter
WR Bernard Berrian, Starter
QB Matt Schaub, #2
TE Chris Cooley, Starter (more TDs than Gonzo)
DE Anthony Hargrove, Starter


In a draft where we were weak on defense and aging at many offensive positions, we chose a worthless toy for Al Saunders instead any number of players that could have provided true depth and possible upgrades at starting positions. At least the bum is wasting a roster spot for his 10 snaps this year.

The only one of those guys who'd really help us is Dockett and he's a smallish DT.

jspchief
12-29-2005, 08:34 AM
The only one of those guys who'd really help us is Dockett and he's a smallish DT.Yeah, none of those others could help as much as Kris Wilson has. :rolleyes: Take another bong hit.

SLAG
12-29-2005, 08:36 AM
...Take another bong hit.

You say that as if its a bad thing :D

Mecca
12-29-2005, 08:38 AM
Yeah, none of those others could help as much as Kris Wilson has. :rolleyes: Take another bong hit.

Kris Wilson was a really crappy pick, so was Siavii for that matter. That looks like a horrid draft right now. We should have moved up for Chris Gamble that year but not much we can do about that now.

QuikSsurfer
12-29-2005, 09:05 AM
You say that as if its a bad thing :D

wait wait wait... so is he saying that it IS a bad thing??

SLAG
12-29-2005, 09:08 AM
wait wait wait... so is he saying that it IS a bad thing??

yeah

QuikSsurfer
12-29-2005, 09:11 AM
yeah

:bong: seems okay to me

milkman
12-29-2005, 09:15 AM
I'd like to take this opportunity to remind everyone that we could have used that draft pick to get...


WR Keary Colbert, Starter
DT Darnell Dockett, Starter
C Nick Hardwick, Starter
S Stuart Schweigert, Starter
DT Randy Starks, Starter
CB Derrick Strait, Starter
DT Tim Anderson, Starter
WR Bernard Berrian, Starter
QB Matt Schaub, #2
TE Chris Cooley, Starter (more TDs than Gonzo)
DE Anthony Hargrove, Starter


In a draft where we were weak on defense and aging at many offensive positions, we chose a worthless toy for Al Saunders instead any number of players that could have provided true depth and possible upgrades at starting positions. At least the bum is wasting a roster spot for his 10 snaps this year.

Stop it!
You're depressing me!

The only one of those guys who'd really help us is Dockett and he's a smallish DT.

You are either just joking, and I missed the humor, or just high.

Or then there is also the possibility that you're simply a dipshit.