Thread: Chiefs n00bs on your way
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Old 10-08-2012, 09:26 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by 58-4ever View Post
With all the media attention that ChiefsPlanet is getting right now, both directly and indirectly, I expect there to be a huge influx of n00bs. This will take an epic effort of Skip Towne proportions to keep these people in line. I will need a few volunteers to make sure that this place stays maintains its intellectual, yet tasteless nature.

Last time we were mentioned in a Whitlock column, 2005 I believe, we gained some incredible people. Let's hope that's the way this goes as well.

On a side note, great job with the banner. This movement has so much potential, from billboards to banners, to letter bombing, etc.... It's simply not fair for the rest of this fairly talented team (a 10-6 football team with an average QB at the helm) to have Matt Cassel under center.

If repost, please suck my balls.
****in' A right, you did - that's how I found the place.

Eh, the Winston case is a nice little study in separating the wheat from the chaff. If any of the noobs feel inclined to come in here and tell us how awful we are for being happy to see Cassel leave the game, it's time to open fire.
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