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Postby j » 29 Apr 2005, 01:55

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jonathan wrote:Oh dear.

I have committed crimes against humanity and musical taste.

*leaves board*

PS do you know where I can get a good quality spade?

Right here, baby...

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umm....er...I know I was asking for a tool, but...er.....

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Postby Jeff K » 29 Apr 2005, 02:24

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Dick Trickle wrote:Dear Jeff,

What impact will Heath Miller and Fred Gibson have on the Steelers offense next year, especially considering the departure of Plaxico Burress?


I, for one, would really like to hear your response to this one, Jeff.


Since the Steelers are perennial also rans and crack under pressure, I'd suggest you pose this question to the runner-up in the BCB Cup, SBA. He's more equipped to answer this kind of question.
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Postby Uncle Spellbinder » 29 Apr 2005, 02:26

Jeff K wrote:
Uncle Spellbinder wrote:
Dick Trickle wrote:Dear Jeff,

What impact will Heath Miller and Fred Gibson have on the Steelers offense next year, especially considering the departure of Plaxico Burress?


I, for one, would really like to hear your response to this one, Jeff.


Since the Steelers are perennial also rans and crack under pressure, I'd suggest you pose this question to the runner-up in the BCB Cup, SBA. He's more equipped to answer this kind of question.


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Postby marios » 29 Apr 2005, 02:29

And what about the Bulls? They started well enough (2-0) but do you think they can do it? The Wizards suck so it's more than possible. How far do you see them going Jeff?

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Postby Uncle Spellbinder » 29 Apr 2005, 02:31

marios jeff k wrote:And what about the Bulls? They started well enough (2-0) but do you think they can do it? The Wizards suck so it's more than possible. How far do you see them going Jeff?


I'd personally live to see the Bulls do it. Been a fan since the "pre-Jordan" days. Can they? I think not. At least not this year.
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Postby Jeff K » 29 Apr 2005, 02:32

Uncle Spellbinder wrote:
Jeff K wrote:
Uncle Spellbinder wrote:
Dick Trickle wrote:Dear Jeff,

What impact will Heath Miller and Fred Gibson have on the Steelers offense next year, especially considering the departure of Plaxico Burress?


I, for one, would really like to hear your response to this one, Jeff.


Since the Steelers are perennial also rans and crack under pressure, I'd suggest you pose this question to the runner-up in the BCB Cup, SBA. He's more equipped to answer this kind of question.


Pussy. :D


Need I remind you that I am now a champion due to my stunning victory in the BCB Cup. To answer a question about the Steelers is beneath me now. Besides, what difference does it make who they get? Cowher will fuck it up eventually. Unlike me, of course.
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Postby Uncle Spellbinder » 29 Apr 2005, 02:34

Jeff K wrote:
Uncle Spellbinder wrote:
Jeff K wrote:
Uncle Spellbinder wrote:
Dick Trickle wrote:Dear Jeff,

What impact will Heath Miller and Fred Gibson have on the Steelers offense next year, especially considering the departure of Plaxico Burress?


I, for one, would really like to hear your response to this one, Jeff.


Since the Steelers are perennial also rans and crack under pressure, I'd suggest you pose this question to the runner-up in the BCB Cup, SBA. He's more equipped to answer this kind of question.


Pussy. :D


Need I remind you that I am now a champion due to my stunning victory in the BCB Cup. To answer a question about the Steelers is beneath me now. Besides, what difference does it make who they get? Cowher will fuck it up eventually. Unlike me, of course.


Apologies, Sire. I bow in your grace. Your Steeler opinion is, of course, correct.
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Postby Jeff K » 29 Apr 2005, 02:34

marios jeff k wrote:And what about the Bulls? They started well enough (2-0) but do you think they can do it? The Wizards suck so it's more than possible. How far do you see them going Jeff?


The entire NBA sucks this year with the exception of Miami and Phoenix. SBA and I are like the Heat and Suns of the BCB Cup and the rest don't count.
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Postby Uncle Spellbinder » 29 Apr 2005, 02:38

Jeff K wrote:SBA and I are like the Heat and Suns of the BCB Cup and the rest don't count.


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Postby marios » 29 Apr 2005, 02:40

Jeff K wrote:
marios jeff k wrote:And what about the Bulls? They started well enough (2-0) but do you think they can do it? The Wizards suck so it's more than possible. How far do you see them going Jeff?


The entire NBA sucks this year with the exception of Miami and Phoenix. SBA and I are like the Heat and Suns of the BCB Cup and the rest don't count.


Miami got Dwyane Wade, who i like, but i hate teams who rely so much on centers (ie Shaq). I like the Suns though.

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Postby Andrew Lou Goldman » 29 Apr 2005, 02:46

marios jeff k wrote:
Jeff K wrote:
marios jeff k wrote:And what about the Bulls? They started well enough (2-0) but do you think they can do it? The Wizards suck so it's more than possible. How far do you see them going Jeff?


The entire NBA sucks this year with the exception of Miami and Phoenix. SBA and I are like the Heat and Suns of the BCB Cup and the rest don't count.


Miami got Dwyane Wade, who i like, but i hate teams who rely so much on centers (ie Shaq). I like the Suns though.


The Heat rely on their center? Christ, Alonzo Mourning put up 21 and 9 on New Jersey, because Shaq's not 100%. Eddie Jones, Udonis Haslem and Damon Jones have made HUGE contributions to the Heat's success this year. Even Shaq admits these guys (plus Wade, Dooling, Laettner and others) have "carried him" since he's been injured.

Shaq is definitely far from their only weapon.
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Postby Jeff K » 29 Apr 2005, 02:53

Dick Trickle wrote:
marios jeff k wrote:
Jeff K wrote:
marios jeff k wrote:And what about the Bulls? They started well enough (2-0) but do you think they can do it? The Wizards suck so it's more than possible. How far do you see them going Jeff?


The entire NBA sucks this year with the exception of Miami and Phoenix. SBA and I are like the Heat and Suns of the BCB Cup and the rest don't count.


Miami got Dwyane Wade, who i like, but i hate teams who rely so much on centers (ie Shaq). I like the Suns though.


The Heat rely on their center? Christ, Alonzo Mourning put up 21 and 9 on New Jersey, because Shaq's not 100%. Eddie Jones, Udonis Haslem and Damon Jones have made HUGE contributions to the Heat's success this year. Even Shaq admits these guys (plus Wade, Dooling, Laettner and others) have "carried him" since he's been injured.

Shaq is definitely far from their only weapon.


Dick, this is my tribute thread. They are not interested in your opinion, only mine.

Thank you.
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Postby Andrew Lou Goldman » 29 Apr 2005, 02:56

Dick, this is my tribute thread. They are not interested in your opinion, only mine.

Thank you.


Yeah, good point.

Sorry.

It won't happen again (unless of course, someone wants to know why Bill Cowher needs to die.)
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Postby Uncle Spellbinder » 29 Apr 2005, 03:00

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Postby marios » 29 Apr 2005, 03:17

Dick Trickle wrote:
marios jeff k wrote:
Jeff K wrote:
marios jeff k wrote:And what about the Bulls? They started well enough (2-0) but do you think they can do it? The Wizards suck so it's more than possible. How far do you see them going Jeff?


The entire NBA sucks this year with the exception of Miami and Phoenix. SBA and I are like the Heat and Suns of the BCB Cup and the rest don't count.


Miami got Dwyane Wade, who i like, but i hate teams who rely so much on centers (ie Shaq). I like the Suns though.


The Heat rely on their center? Christ, Alonzo Mourning put up 21 and 9 on New Jersey, because Shaq's not 100%. Eddie Jones, Udonis Haslem and Damon Jones have made HUGE contributions to the Heat's success this year. Even Shaq admits these guys (plus Wade, Dooling, Laettner and others) have "carried him" since he's been injured.

Shaq is definitely far from their only weapon.


I haven't been following the NBA that much so i guess you might be right about that. Excuse me but i just have this irrational dislike of all things Shaq. I've always liked Eddie Jones though!

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Postby no one » 29 Apr 2005, 03:26

Hotsie wrote:Uncle Spellbinder, she's even more beautiful in real life.



ooooooooooh, mamacitaaaa..... :oops: you're being so kind to me with that *LOL*....thank you

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Postby Still Baron » 29 Apr 2005, 05:12

Jeff K wrote:
marios jeff k wrote:And what about the Bulls? They started well enough (2-0) but do you think they can do it? The Wizards suck so it's more than possible. How far do you see them going Jeff?


The entire NBA sucks this year with the exception of Miami and Phoenix. SBA and I are like the Heat and Suns of the BCB Cup and the rest don't count.


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Postby no one » 29 Apr 2005, 05:26

christine natch mcvie wrote:
Hotsie wrote:Uncle Spellbinder, she's even more beautiful in real life.


You mean she's real??? :!:


come over here and see for yourself, if you dare :twisted:

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Postby Walk In My Shadow » 29 Apr 2005, 06:30

Dear Jeff,

Will this thread make it to 90 pages?

Sincerely,

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Postby Lonely Planet Boy » 29 Apr 2005, 06:52

Jeff - Will you be posting a picture of the BCB Cup where so we can see what you won?

(Congratulations, by the way.)